Slaying 'Em in the Aisles
Scarlet confetti is a very good thing, and the front row gets covered with it at the end of a blistering performance by The Killers. Sounding as grand as the Grand Canyon, "When You Were Young" makes the case for The Killers as America's greatest rock band. No emo sniffling here. No tongue in cheek song titles. No cute bassist. This is a band who love The Joshua Tree so much they downloaded once a week just because they can. Brandon Flowers wears his ash-colored saloon keeper waistcoat and tie, and the drummer boasts a Blue Oyster 'tache. Their rocking is unabashedly sincere, and a little out of place in any awards show that features Kennedy.
- Watch The Killers perform "When You Were Young" from the Big show ... only on VSpot!
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