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Just last month, former Oasis member Liam Gallagher made his solo performance debut in the states, playing secret gigs at the McKittrick Hotel and Rough Trade NYC. At the latter, Gallagher premiered a new song, “Eh La”, from his forthcoming solo debut album As You Were, due out October 6th, a month ahead of brother Noel’s forthcoming album with […]Read More →
Last night, in honor of his recent record release, singer/songwriter Conor Oberst took the stage at Rough Trade in Brooklyn. The show had only been advertised for a month or so, and rather allusively: CONOR OBERST W/ SPECIAL GUESTS DAWES, 21+, $20 TICKETS AT THE DOOR. For Conor Oberst fans, this seemed too good to […]Read More →
The standard sports stadium is set up so that seat number 1 is closer to the preceding section. For example seat 1 in section "5" would be on the aisle next to section "4" and the highest seat number in section "5" would be on the aisle next to section "6". For theaters and amphitheaters (i.e. venues that don't have sections around the entire stage) seat numbers follow a different logic. Instead the lower numbered seats are typically closer to the center of the stage while higher seat numbers are further from the center of the stage.
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