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Jay-Z, Strokes, Mark Ronson watch Kaiser Chiefs in New York Get Tickets

Plus Mark Ronson joins the band onstage

Kaiser Chiefs
Jay-Z, Mark Ronson and Nikolai Fraiture of The Strokes went to see Kaiser Chiefs play at New York's Webster Hall on Saturday night (November 15).

Ronson, who produced the band's recent album 'Off With Their Heads', joined the Leeds troupe on stage for percussion duties during 'You Want History'.

Ribbing the producer for wearing a smart suit and tie, singer Ricky Wilson introduced the producer on stage as, "Saul Rosenbaum, our New York lawyer".

The band played songs spanning their three albums, with Wilson crowdsurfing to the bar during 'The Angry Mob' to pour himself a whisky.

Kaiser Chiefs played:

'Spanish Metal'
'Everything Is Average Nowadays'
'Everyday I Love You Less and Less'
'Heat Dies Down'
'Never Miss A Beat'
'Ruby'
'Modern Way'
'Half The Truth'
'You Want History'
'Good Days Bad Days'
'Na Na Na Na Na'
'I Predict A Riot'
'Take My Temperature'
'The Angry Mob'
'Can't Say What I Mean'
'Oh My God'

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