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the LondonNet Newsletter | 2nd March 2006, Issue 31 | www.londonnet.co.uk

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Fall Out BoyTopping Out - After establishing a strong niche in the booming American emo-pop-punk scene, Fall Out Boy is taking the party Britain's way with a full fledged tour of the UK. The band will perform two nights at London¹s Brixton Academy, May 24th and 25th. The tour comes in support of the bands' 2005 hit album, From Under the Cork Tree. The album's first two singles, Dance, Dance and Sugar, We're Goin' Down, each topped at number 6 on the American Pop 100 Billboard charts.- Patrick Allegri

Fall Out Boy
Brixton Academy
24 May, 2006

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Top Five Gigs

1) Fall Out Boy

2)The Zutons

3) The Streets
4) Red Hot Chili Peppers
5) Buena Vista Social Club

The Streets
Brixton Academy
11 May, 2006

The Streets

The Streets are set to perform at the Carling Academy in Brixton on May 11th in support of their soon-to-be released album, The Hardest Way to Make An Easy Living. The ongoing project of club music guru Mike Skinner of Birmingham, the Streets have been a hit with critics and listeners alike since they first hit the scene with the homemade single, Has It Come to This?.- Patrick Allegri

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The Zutons
Shepherd's Bush Empire
26 April, 2006


The Zutons take their imaginary planet (including the currency of Zuts and Ziddies) to Shepherd's Bush this spring, on the tour of their highly successful and critically loved Who Killed The Zutons?. A brave album and a brave Liverpudlian voice, big things are expected of the Zutons' live show.

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Red Hot Chili Peppers
Earl's Court
15-18 July, 2006

Red Hot Chili Peppers

Funk-rock legends the Red Hot Chili Peppers will play four nights at Earl's Court in mid-July. The band is touring Europe in support of the upcoming release of its 9th studio album, Stadium Arcadium. The double album is said to revisit the band's funk, punk, psychedelic, and metal roots. Last year the band released their first ever live album, Live in Hyde Park, which was recorded during their 2004 London performance. The concert became one of the most profitable single event concerts by a single band in history.- Pat Allegri

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Eugene Onegin


Royal Opera House
The fourth new production in the 2005/6 Season sees the return of Tchaikovsky's popular score after a gap of nearly thirteen years. Steven Pimlott's first production for the Company has designs by Antony McDonald, with Philippe Jordan conducting a fine cast including Dmitri Hvorostovsky (Eugene Onegin), Amanda Roocroft (Tatiana), Eric Halfvarson (Prince Gremin) and Rolando Villazón (Lensky) (-TS).

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Top Classical

1) Rigoletto, ENO
2) Madam Butterfly, ENO
3) Le Nozze di Figaro
4) Requiem Mixed Bill
5) Eugene Onegin
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