Kaiser Chiefs at Aintree Racecourse Review by
THE Jockey Club
Live had an amazing night, as Liverpool
Light Night's was taking place at Aintree Racecourse. The historic horse racing
venue, not only had some dramatic racing, but also race goers got the chance to
end the night with none other than a performance by the English indie rock band
from Leeds, the
Chiefs! Always a crowd pleaser, this was the
perfect end to an amazing night's racing and even if you did not do well on the
geegees the vast majority could still enjoy this band's amazing sound. If you do
not know who the Kaiser Chiefs are, they had been called:- 'Parva'
when they originally formed back in 2000, but within that same year they evolved
and become the Kaiser Chiefs. Their album:- 'Employment' enjoyed
critical and commercial success with over 3 million copies sold. It has won the
band 3 Brit Awards, including:- 'Best British Group,' a NME award
for:- 'Best Album,' and was shortlisted for the Mercury Prize! All
those accolades have establishing them as 1 of the best bands of the new
Millennium. Now they can add performing at Aintree Racecourse to their CV.
Oddly, this is a very high honour, was only a very small hand-full of bands get
invited to do this!
To find out more about these types of events and also what's on offer, visit the
Jockey Club Live
website these events are not just at
Aintree Racecourse, but are run at other beautiful racecourses featuring world
class restaurants, lounges and bars, and when it's a Jockey Club Live event,
they will also give you a night of open air music on top of the sport delivered
by world class performers...