The Guide to The Killers Tickets

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Facts about the Killers:
There 3 brilliant band crews named Dave Keuning (guitarist), Ronnie Vannucci Jr. (drummer), Mark Stoermer (bassist), and Brandon Flowers (lead singer / keyboardist) — formed "The Killers" in Las Vegas, NV about in 2001.

The Killers, one of the best alternative rock bands, had 3 concert tours for (first album called "Hot Fuss" in 2004), (second album called "Sam's Town" in 2006) and (third album called "Day & Age" in 2008), also have released other two more albums "Sawdust" and "Live from the Royal Albert Hall" in 2009.

As for the end of August 2013, The Killers have sold more than 15 million albums in United Kingdom, United States, Canada and other Countries, that's so impressive!

They had received total nominations for 7 Grammy awards, 7 BRIT awards and 24 NME awards, it turned out they won 4 NME awards and 1 BRIT award for "Best International Band" in mid- 2000s.

Update on September 2012:
The Killers announced to launch their fourth headline tour in United States and Canada to promote their fourth studio album "Battle Born" staring November 2012 and then continue concerts to close out the year 2012.

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