The Top 100 Reading Bands Of The 2000s No.54: Them Crooked Vultures
Supergroups and Secret Sets have a tendency to disappoint, but not in the case of Them Crooked Vultures, the surprise appearance by these three Goliath’s of rock history has lasted long in the memories of our voters.
The Top 100 Reading Bands Of The 2000s No. 60: Kings Of Leon
Leeds lovers Kings Of Leon haven’t always endeared themselves to the Reading crowd, but their performances in 2005 and 2007 were of unquestionable quality and few cared if the band didn’t care for their reception. These were the star-making performances that created a new headliner.
The Top 100 Reading Bands Of The 2000s No. 66: Less Than Jake
Gainsville Florida’s punk Icon Less Than Jake join the countdown of the Top 100 Reading bands at no.66. These Reading veterans have been putting smiles of faces year after year, since 1999.
The Top 100 Reading Bands Of The 2000s No.67. Eminem
Chainshaws, homophobia, misogyny, Christian Antichrist, menace to society, etc…etc…etc…Eminem’s headline performance was dominated by media frenzy, but at the end of the day it was the quality of the performance, and not the hype, that has stood the test of time.
The Top 100 Reading Bands Of The 2000s No. 75: Limp Bizkit
Limp Bizkit may have left Reading and Leeds in the cold for a decade, but the Reading audience certainly didn’t hold it against them when they returned to riotous ovation in 2010.