NINE INCH NAILS ANNOUNCE SECOND AND FINAL
NEW YORK AREA SHOW:
NINE INCH NAILS TO PERFORM MAY 10 AT NASSAU COLISEUM:
TICKETS TO GO ON SALE FRIDAY, APRIL 28 AT 4PM ET
April 24, 2000, New York, NY - nine inch nails announce today their second and final New
York area show on May 10 at Nassau Coliseum. The bandıs May 9 appearance at NYCıs
Madison Square Garden sold out in 30 minutes. Tickets for Nassau Coliseum will go on sale
April 28 at 4:00PM ET.
nine inch nailsı "Fragility v2.0" U.S. tour kicked off April 12 at Cleveland's CSU Convocation
Center and wraps on June 18 at Denverıs Pepsi Center. The 43 city tour is selling rapidly to new
fans eager to experience the band who redefined live performance in the 90ıs.
In reviewing the bandıs April 21 show at Chicagoıs UIC Pavillion (which sold out in 12 minutes),
THE CHICAGO TRIBUNEıs Greg Kot stated, "(Reznor) let his music speak, with dramatic
ebb-and-flow dynamics over a riveting 90 minutesStrobe-lit silhouettes behind a black curtain,
the five members of Nine Inch Nails entered with the tense lurch of "Somewhat Damaged,"
blurring the line between "real" instruments and electronic artifice with impressive ease. Though
Reznor's studio creations have become increasingly complex, the stage show was no less
ambitious, underpinning live drums with scalloped electronic beats and altering the tone of guitars
and keyboards to create cinematic soundscapes."
nine inch nails live is Trent Reznor (vocals, guitar, keyboards), Robin Finck (guitar, vocals,
keyboards), Danny Lohner (bass, guitar, keyboards, vocals), Charlie Clouser (keyboards,
theremin, vocals), and Jerome Dillon (drums).
Fans can log on to nine inch nailsı official website www.nin.com to review the complete tour
itinerary and purchase tickets online. One of the most unique artist sites on the web, nin.com v3.0
has just launched and features the latest tour news, contests, and exclusive images and video.
A Perfect Circle, fronted by Maynard James Keenan of Tool and producer/guitar player Billy
Howerdel, open for nine inch nails.
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