Who Top Ten (but they're no Scissor Sisters)
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Thu Dec 23 07:40:00 CST 2004
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Scissor Sisters scoop UK Gig of the Year
The Scissor Sisters have scooped the UK Gig of the
Year award for their performance at this years V
The New York disco dollies were voted top act for
their camp stage show.
Summers open-air gigs by the Red Hot Chili Peppers in
Londons Hyde Park came second, followed by
performances from Keane, Maroon 5 and Snow Patrol.
Most of the acts, voted for by Virgin Radio listeners,
were newcomers to the music scene.
But veteran band The Who made the top 10 for their gig
at the Royal Albert Hall in aid of the Teenage Cancer
Singer Roger Daltrey and guitarist Pete Townshend
treated the audience to classics including My
Generation and The Kids Are Alright.
Oxfams Make Trade Fair gig, featuring REM, Coldplays
Chris Martin and Razorlight on the bill, earned a
mention, as did Franz Ferdinand playing their home
city of Glasgow.
David Bowie headlining the Isle of Wight festival was
also voted a highlight.
Nearly 4,000 listeners voted in the annual survey.
Virgin Radio breakfast DJ Pete Mitchell said: This
year has seen an amazing array of talent come through
into the mainstream.
The Scissor Sisters are one of the most original,
eccentric bands to come through and its no surprise
the British public are lapping up their performances.
Top 10 Gigs of 2004:
1 Scissor Sisters V Festival (August)
2 Red Hot Chili Peppers Hyde Park, London (June)
3 Keane V Festival (August)
4 Maroon 5 Brixton Academy (November)
5 Snow Patrol Belfast Ulster Hall (November)
6 Embrace Royal Court, Liverpool (November)
7 Oxfams Make Trade Fair Hammersmith Apollo, London
8 The Who Royal Albert Hall, London (March)
9 Franz Ferdinand Glasgow QMU (April)
10 David Bowie Isle of Wight Festival (June)
-Brian in Atlanta
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