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Brandon Flowers on when The Killers first met Noel Gallagher on the 2005 NME Tour

Brandon Flowers has shared the moment in which The Killers met Noel Gallagher on the 2005 NME Tour along with the impact Oasis had on him.Flowers spoke to Zane Lowe on his Apple Music Radio show in celebration of their new greatest hits album, ‘Rebel Diamonds‘, which was released today (December 8). While on the show, The Killers’ frontman recounted the time in which he met the former Oasis member while on the NME tour in 2005 alongside Bloc Party, The Futureheads, Franz Ferdinand and Kaiser Chiefs.Lowe brought up the moment in which Killers drummer Ronnie Vannucci Jr.

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Meet the Jonas Brothers’ opening sibling act: buzz band Lawrence
the Jonas Brothers hit the ultimate home run when they opened their 2023 North American trek, simply called The Tour, with two sold-out shows at Yankee Stadium in August.But for another local sibling act that has been opening for the JoBros — Lawrence, fronted by Clyde Lawrence and his younger sister Gracie — there were mixed emotions about making their stadium debut at the home of the Bronx Bombers.“It was definitely pretty crazy to play a New York staple like that,” Gracie told The Post. “On the other hand, we are diehard Mets fan, so it felt borderline wrong.”Still, the Manhattan natives were able to put aside their Big Apple baseball allegiances — at least for two nights — to set the stage for the “Sucker” trio.“I mean, not only is it such a famous venue and such a big deal as New Yorkers, but with it also being the first shows of the tour and by far the biggest crowds we’d ever played to … it felt like the first day of school times a million or something,” said Clyde.Following two nights at Prudential Center in Newark, NJ, Clyde, Gracie and the rest of their soul-pop octet — which just released the new single “23” — will be rounding back to home base for the final US date on the Jonas Brothers tour Saturday at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center.“It’s gonna be awesome,” said Clyde.