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Only Seven Left makes own boys dreams come true

Only Seven Left makes own boys dreams come true

Only Seven Left makes own boys dreams come true

Only Seven Left makes own boys dreams come true. On September 24 is the debut of the young piano rock band Only Seven Left out. The CD titled  ’It Was All A Dream ‘is the theme of dreams. In the CD booklet contains photos of the worst nightmares of  band members: haunted by a mega spin with a finger on a skyscraper and dangling end up a war. The release of the album will be celebrated with a tour in the Netherlands with venues like Paradiso, 013 and Tivoli. Only Seven Left, are five boys from Hilversum aged 16 to 26 years, has a common dream: to break through pop songs with content to play. Besides catchy melodies and melancholic piano texts is the main ingredient for the fresh sound of the band. Wake Up Call. Past several years were all dreams: the no-budget music video for first single Wake Up Call was frequently along on TMF, 3FM DJ Coen adopted the band for five weeks as manager, Q-music. Wake Up Call bombarded daily wake-up-word album, Only Seven Left and played in Ahoy (rotterdam). program for Tokio Hotel and was a sold out tour with their friends Destine. Egypt and sprinkles. Previously the band back in the main hall of Paradiso with the dike as a program for Metro Station the Milky Way, and for thousands of screaming girls at the Tina day (magazine for young girls) . Also a tour of Egypt, rave reviews of 3voor12, Music Magazine OOR  and LiveXS and an interview at 50,000 packs sprinkles contributed to the awareness of Only Seven Left. Fans, Meanwhile the fanbase is growing steadily, ask any teenage girl to Only Seven Left and the chances she Bart (23 years, vocals and guitar), Hinne (16 years, bass), Jochem (19 years, guitar), Roderick (22 years, piano) and Bram (26 years, drums) is called by name. Including by actively Twitter, and blogging Hyving and fans starring in their video clips to play, the boys have a unique working relationship with the public.  Friends Also within the band, special click: Hinne Jochem and his brothers, the rest know each other through school and  other bands. Since they play together is one of friends have become inseparable. Outside the band activities to bring almost all free time together: an atmosphere that you immediately see the stage. Only Seven Left are proud to announce that they will be playing a handful of club shows in late September October. These gigs will coincide with the release of the widely anticipated and hotly tipped debut album to be released on september 25th

The dates in full are:
4 sept Summer Square, Hengelo
11 sept Duycker Buyten, Hoofddorp 
24 sep Tivoli de Helling, Utrecht (tour)
25 sep Rotown, Rotterdam (tour)
26 sep Tinadag, Wassenaar
2 okt         NS station, Amersfoort
8 okt         NS station, Groningen
15 okt       NS station, Leiden
21 okt Paradiso, Amsterdam (tour)
22 okt 013, Tilburg  (tour)
23 okt       NS station, Eindhoven
29 okt Nieuwe Nor, Heerlen (tour)
30 okt Paard van Troje, Den Haag (tour)

Black Eyed Peas Mistakenly Named Winners At French Music Awards

Florent Mothe

Florent Mothe

The Black Eyed Peas were mistakenly named as the winners of the Best International Group award at the NRJ Awards in Cannes, France on Saturday. It was later revealed that German band Tokio Hotel were the real winners.
In an embarrassing mistake, the French music awards show read out a card declaring the quartet as the winners, when the trophy should have gone to Tokio Hotel. Thankfully, the group –,, Taboo, and Fergie – did not collect the award on stage.  French choreographer Kamel Ouali, who read the card along with American singer Ke$ha, later apologized and explained that he had been confused because the card contained both the winner’s and the other nominees’.   Black Eyed Peas opened the awards ceremony with “I Gotta Feeling.” They won International Song of the Year for the same song at the event.   The NRJ Awards mistake was also committed last year when Katy Perry accepted the gong for best international song, only to have it reassigned to Rihanna. The winners were voted for by NRJ radio station listeners and TF1 viewers.

NRJ Music Awards 2010 Winners:

•International Female Artist of the Year: Rihanna
•Francophone Revelation of the Year: Florent Mothe
•International Revelation of the Year: Lady Gaga
•International Male Artist of the Year: Robbie Williams
•Francophone Male Artist of the Year: Christophe Willem
•International Group/Duo of the Year: Tokio Hotel
•Francophone Group/Duo of the Year: Mozart l’Opera Rock
•International Song of the Year: “I Gotta Feeling” – Black Eyed Peas
•Francophone Song of the Year: “L’Assasymphonie” – Florent Mothe
•International Album of the Year: “One Love” – David Guetta
•Francophone Album of the Year: “Cafeine” – Christophe Willem
•Song Most Downloaded of the Year in France: “Ca m’enerve” – Helmut Fritz
•NRJ Award of Honor: Robbie Williams and Beyonce

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Lady Gaga and Kings of Leon nominated for five MTV EMAs

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