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New Meetup: BellX1 @ Highline Ballroom

From: Rachel
Sent on: Tuesday, February 10, 2009 5:25 PM
Announcing a new Meetup for Indie/BritPop Fans United!!

What: BellX1 @ Highline Ballroom

When: March 14,[masked]:00 PM

Where: Click the link below to find out!

Meetup Description: 1019RXP-New York's Rock Experience Presents
Bell X1
Harlem Shakes

March 14,2009
Concert starts @ 7:30PM
Doors open @ 7 PM
Tickets $20.00

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General Admission Standing Room Only / All Ages / Full dinner menu available

Bell X1 used to be a band called Juniper. Juniper berries are used to make gin. "Gin and tonic dressing gown..." is a lyric from Bell X1's debut album, Neither am I, released in 2000 in Ireland. Ireland used to be poor, and now it's blingin, with scattered showers. Showers of critical acclaim followed the release of their (multi platinum n ting) second record, Music in Mouth, in 2003 in the UK and Ireland; the public too were keen. Keane, Snow Patrol, The Frames, Bon Jovi (?!) and Elliot Smith are some of the people that Bell X1 have toured with. With the song Eve, the Apple of My Eye on the latest OC soundtrack, the band recently played in New York and LA, where some of the OC cast came to see the show. Showing their ignorance, the band didn't know who they were being introduced to, bringing to mind the meeting of Homer Simpson and Billy Corgan - "Billy Corgan, Smashing Pumpkins" ..."Homer Simpson, smiling politely". Their current record Flock was released in Ireland and went straight to number 1 in the pop charts, followed by many sold out shows and all that jazz. Their new record titled Blue Lights on The Runway is due out in Spring 2009.

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