LG big gigs, could IB sell out these venues?

LG big gigs, could IB sell out these venues?

As ye wur
As ye wur

September 6th, 2017, 6:08 pm #1

Anyone lucky enough to get tickets?

If rumours are true about IB going back to the solo thing, do you think he could sell out such big venues as LG has? I dunno if I would want him to if we are being honest!! Can't imagine Ian's solo stuff being played in such venues, although his new stuff may be different. Fair play to Liam, looks like he has done well with this venture. I didn't like his first solo single but Chinatown and for what it's worth are better and interested to hear his album now!
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stiv
stiv

September 7th, 2017, 5:58 pm #2

they'll have a crack, no doubt. by the time the roses reunion came round, brown had come to the end of his deal with universal and i don't think it was being renewed. he was stuck in a rut playing and not selling out o2 academy size venues. the reunion has massively raised his profile, so he may be able to bag a pretty decent record deal. the nostalgia market is way bigger than it used to be too. he doesn't need to tour extensively now - lets face it, touring is just a way of raising funds and he's now seriously wedged. i'm sure he'd prefer to just do occasional arena dates, than slogging it out. that looks better to prospective record labels too.
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Stella
Stella

September 8th, 2017, 8:53 am #3

Thanks for that, a bit like a Frankie Knuckles devotee going to a 2Unlimited 'rave'

As you weren't 😂
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As he wurny
As he wurny

September 8th, 2017, 10:19 pm #4

they'll have a crack, no doubt. by the time the roses reunion came round, brown had come to the end of his deal with universal and i don't think it was being renewed. he was stuck in a rut playing and not selling out o2 academy size venues. the reunion has massively raised his profile, so he may be able to bag a pretty decent record deal. the nostalgia market is way bigger than it used to be too. he doesn't need to tour extensively now - lets face it, touring is just a way of raising funds and he's now seriously wedged. i'm sure he'd prefer to just do occasional arena dates, than slogging it out. that looks better to prospective record labels too.
Stiv, his performance at solo gigs was shite compared to his performances with the roses.
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stiv
stiv

September 9th, 2017, 10:06 am #5

who suggested otherwise?
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Boze
Boze

September 12th, 2017, 12:04 pm #6

Anyone lucky enough to get tickets?

If rumours are true about IB going back to the solo thing, do you think he could sell out such big venues as LG has? I dunno if I would want him to if we are being honest!! Can't imagine Ian's solo stuff being played in such venues, although his new stuff may be different. Fair play to Liam, looks like he has done well with this venture. I didn't like his first solo single but Chinatown and for what it's worth are better and interested to hear his album now!
The Liam gigs were only sold out because of organised touting. Absolute disgrace! Ticketmaster are playing a dangerous game, they state tickets can't be sold for more than face value and yet they are involved with the companies which do just that on a grand scale.
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Stella
Stella

September 12th, 2017, 2:18 pm #7

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