Queens Of The Stone Age, and The Charlatans amongst crowd for band's biggest US show to date...

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Members of The Charlatans, Queens Of The Stone Age and Hot Hot Heat were amongst the audience who packed in to see The Libertines as they stopped in Los Angeles on their US tour last night (October 2).

The sell-out show at the 1,000 capacity Henry Fonda Music Box Theatre in Hollywood saw Charlatan’s frontman Tim Burgess, Queens of the Stone Age guitarist Troy van Leeuwan, Hot Hot Heat’s Steve Bays and Paul Hawley and ‘That 70s Show’ actor Danny Masterson in attendance. It was The Libertines biggest US show to date.

The Libertines ripped through a 90 minute set including new single ‘What Became of the Likely Lads’, ‘Can’t Stand Me Now’, ‘Boys in the Band’ and ‘I Get Along’. One fan in the enthusiastic crowd managed to get on stage twice, though he was eventually cornered by security and led away.

The band have thirteen dates left on their North American tour, which will wrap up October 22 in Florida.

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