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Muse planning MTV gig
The group is set to give a performance at the MTV EMA's – or European Music Awards – this year.
They have got full gigs lined up in the likes of Dublin, London, Prague and Birmingham, too.
Muse's latest LP came out late last month. Called The 2nd Law, it contains numbers such as Save Me, Follow Me and Supremacy.
Sparks Fly songstress Taylor Swift is set to strut her stuff come the EMAs, too, as are Gwen Stefani's band, No Doubt.
The group shot to fame in the UK following the number one success of their single, Don't Speak, back in the 1990s. They are also behind numbers like Hey Baby and New.
The European Music Awards are due to happen next month, on the 11th.
Published by AW.Posted on 3 Oct 2012 12:24 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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