Trends: Beady Eye Off To Fast Start On Way To U.S. And Letterman Stage

It’s been a while since [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Liam Gallagher[/lastfm] was in the spotlight with Oasis, but tomorrow (Wednesday, June 22) he’ll take to the stage of the Ed Sullivan Theatre with new band Beady Eye. You’ll be able to watch the webcast right here as the band brings British rock ‘n’ roll swagger to Live on Letterman.

Today Trends looks at the infamous brother’s scrobbles, to see how Beady Eye is faring so far.

First official single “The Roller” dominates their six-month chart, but their other tracks aren’t trailing too far behind. The band’s gained a total of 1,441,661 plays from 80,097 listeners over the eight months they’ve been releasing music, so they have a fast starting pace to keep up with for current US shows.

The peak of listening for Beady Eye’s tracks coincides with the album’s release on March 1st, but a slope off in listeners since suggests that it’s a live show that will really engage fans with their tracks. Make up your own mind, with Live on Letterman’s exclusive webcast.

Learn more about Beady Eye at their page.

Catch Beady Eye Live on Letterman on The performance takes place Wednesday, June 22 at 8pm ET / 5pm PT.

Learn more about Beady Eye’s first North American tour.

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1 Response to Trends: Beady Eye Off To Fast Start On Way To U.S. And Letterman Stage

  1. Marco says:

    interesting Helen

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