The Pet Shop Boys rocked New York City's Hammerstein Ballroom!
They played new songs such as Love Etc., Building A Wall, The Way It Used To Be, Pandemonium, All Over The World.
They also played classics such as Left To My Own Devices, Being Boring, Go West, It's A Sin and West End Girls. They played fan favorites such as Two Divided By Zero, Why Don't We Live Together, Jealousy, King's Cross and Do I Have To? For flavor, they even played a cover of Coldplay's Viva La Vida.
An amazing night!
(This review was sent in from our friend at According2g.com and what he also did not mention is that he got to meet Neil and Chris backstage and hang with them for a minute.
Thanks to G for sending this in.-Dr.FB
The Killers played a not-so-secret show at New York's Hammerstein Ballroom tonight and the sweat soaked crowd was treated to a preview of The Killers upcoming album due in a few weeks.
They also played crowd favorites such as Read My Mind, Jennie Was a Friend Of Mine, Somebody Told Me, Mr. Brightside, For Reasons Uunknown, and a piano version of Sam's Town.
The energetic lead singer Brandon Flowers may not be a soldier, but he has soul!
Thanks to GED for the report.-Dr.FB