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Leeds Festival 2009 Line Up – Arctic Monkeys
Arctic Monkeys Leeds Festival Tickets are a British rock band AC High Green, a suburb of Sheffield, England. Formed in 2002, the group currently consists of Alex Turner (Vocals, guitar), Jamie Cook (guitar), Nick O'Malley (bass, vocals), Matt Helders (drums, vocals) and John Ashton as a member of the tour (keyboard, guitar, vocals). Former members include Andy Nicholson (bass, vocals) and Glyn Jones (vocals, guitar).
Their first album, Whatever People Say I Am, which is what I n issued in early 2006, became the biggest selling debut album of British music history, surpassing Oasis' Definitely Maybe and follow as the album best-selling debut of the band in the United Kingdom. Since then, the band released two albums: Favourite Worst Nightmare (2007) and Humbug (2009).
Arctic Monkeys is announced as one of the first acts to come to public attention on the Internet (based on fan sites and not the band) with commentators feel they represent the possibility of a change in how new bands are promoted and marketed.
In 2001, neighbors Alex Turner Jamie Cook and learned to play guitar, later, the two children received guitars as Christmas gifts, the couple formed a band with his compatriot Andy Turner Nicholson and Matt Helders. Nicholson already played bass, so Helders ended up playing the drums – "that was all that was left … they all had guitars and I bought a kit after a bit. "According to an interview with Blender magazine, Turner was not the original singer of the group, but rather, Glyn Jones, another assistant Stocksbridge High School, used to be the leader. Jones said he and Turner "bored [after the exams GCSE] so we started writing a song about a geek in our year …", and left the group because "they have the dedication to take new … to me that we were a group of children playing, because we were bored. "
While the reports themselves suggested that the name of his uncle Helders (or father) band, Helders later admitted that "many people ask us in the UK, so it started to stories "and had not the courage to tell the journalist who had originally been set.
They started repeat at Yellow Arch Studios in Neepsend, and played its first concert June 13, 2003 in Las grapes in the city of Sheffield in the middle.
After a few performances in 2003 the band began to record demos and burn them onto a CD to give concerts, which were quickly shared files between the fans. The group did not mind, saying "we never made those demos to make money or anything. We were giving away free anyway – that was a better way for people who listen. And what made the concert better, because people knew lyrics and come sing. "Admit it did not even know how to make their songs online.
Asked about the popularity of MySpace in a group interview with Prefix magazine, the group said they did not know what it was, and that the site had been created by their fans. "[When we went number one in England] we have in the new radio about how MySpace has helped us.
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