Kasabian feel Fringe benefits.Byline: Edited by Mickey McMonagle
KASABIAN celebrated their biggest year yet with a sell-out show at Glasgow's SECC (Single Edge Contact Cartridge) A CPU module from Intel that held Pentium II and Pentium III chips and their L2 cache chips. The SECC plugged into Slot 1 on the motherboard and contained a single edge processor package (SEPP), which was the printed circuit on Thursday - and picked up a nice little surprise from Email at the gig.
The rockers - Tom Meighan, Sergio Pizzorno, Chris Edwards Chris Edwards may refer to one of the following persons:
Since 2000 T on the Fringe has played host to some of the most commercially successful artists as well as the best in alternative and emerging talent. award for their amazing show at Edinburgh's Corn Exchange in August. Tom said: "What a great surprise. It's brilliant to be recognised as the highlight of the festival because we loved playing that show - it was a real standout night for us."
Dave Corbet, of DF Concerts, who presented the award, said: "This year's T on the Fringe was the best yet.
"The Kasabian gig stood out with one of the most high-energy sets I've seen from them."
T-riffic: Chris, Tom, Serge and Ian with their award