Monday, October 11, 2004

BUT BIGGER THAN YOU MIGHT THINK: While everyone gets excited about Franz Ferdinand's selling out venues across America, there's still a bit of a question mark hanging over if they can turn that into a more tangible type of success: Apparently, Supergrass have never quite mastered moving from selling tickets in the US to selling records.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Supergrass sold out two nights the last time they played Chicago. My upstairs neighbor worked at the club they were playing (a 1100 capacity club) and said that most people here think they are a new band. Which I thought was kind of funny.

I'm kind of annoyed they didn't come back here on their "anniversary tour." That is a HUGE pet peeve of mine, when UK bands do "tours" of the U.S. and only play a couple of dates on the east and west coasts.

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