Damon Albarn's new band make history

Their next gig will be broadcast worldwide online

Damon Albarn's new band make history
Damon Albarn’s new band are to play the first gig to be broadcast worldwide onsite via the MySpace website.

The festive fan-only event will take place at Wilton's Music Hall in east London next Tuesday (December 12).

Only 300 fans will get in. It will be the band's second major public performance after their BBC Electric Proms show at London’s Camden Roundhouse in October.

To be in with a chance of seeing the gig, MySpace members have to become a friend of The Good, The Bad and The Queen's MySpace profile at myspace.com/thegoodthebadandthequeen and answer a question about the band, who still don't officially have a name.

The lucky fans will be granted a place on the list and will be sent a confirmation a few days prior to the gig. 'The Good, The Bad and The Queen', the band's debut album, is out on January 22.

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