Kaiser Chiefs Leeds Millennium Square 29th April 2006

Kaiser Chiefs Leeds Millennium Square 29th April 2006
kaiserchiefs I went to this gig with David and Laura. We had listened to the Kaiser’s album a lot, and when they announced a concert in Millennium Square in their home town of Leeds, we decided to buy tickets. The gig sold out straight away, and a second night was added. Support came from ex-Blur guitarist, Graham Coxon and a curious Japanese band, Polysics. The Kaisers burst onto the stage from behind a massive red velvet curtain and kept the energy levels high throughout their performance. kaiser They started with ‘Everyday I love you less and less’ and the crowd just went crazy. Front man Ricky Wilson, was on top form, working the crowd and generally going crazy. David stayed on in Leeds, met up with some old mates and went to see the Kaisers again at their second night in the Square. I picked up a copy of FanNaNaNaNaa, the official Kaiser Chiefs fanzine (From the House of Kaiser: I Predict a Riot) (see scan to left). Setlist: Everyday I Love You Less and Less; Highroyds; I Predict a Riot; Sink That Ship; Modern Way; Born to Be a Dancer; You Can Have It All; Learnt My Lesson Well; Put Me on the Cover of Your Magazine; Na Na Na Na Naa; Saturday Night; Heat Dies Down; Caroline, Yes. Encore: Take My Temperature; Not Surprised; Oh My God

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2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by dawn on August 19, 2013 at 9:39 pm

    a band full of raw energy saw them twice in 2011 there great!

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  2. Hi, I’ve been recently a lurker around your blog for a couple of months. I really like this article plus your entire web site! Looking forward to reading more!

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