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To mike from Dodgeville Wi, the band's very first gig was at the Whiskey a Go Go, where it all started.
I would know this because I was at the final tour and I listened to Nikki Sixx's speech about how the band started.
To Chace: from page 62 of The Dirt, I quote "Through his day job at the Starwood, Nikki somehow managed to talk his boss into letting us play our first shows there:two sets on Friday and Saturday opening up for Y&T.
At age 13, she was hired for her first professional acting job in the Channel 4 drama serial G. In 1992, she was added to the cast on the Channel 4 soap opera Brookside, where she increased her exposure in the role of Beth Jordache. Friel's on-air lesbian kiss with Nicola Stephenson was the first in British soap history, In 1996, Friel gained even greater exposure when she appeared in the television film The Tribe by Stephen Poliakoff, which included nudity and a much discussed ménage à trois sex scene between characters played by Friel, Jonathan Rhys Meyers and Jeremy Northam.
Anna Louise Friel (born 12 July 1976) is an English actress.
Born in Rochdale, Greater Manchester, England, she has been acting since the age of 13, appearing in a number of British television programmes.
Friel made her film debut in 1998 in David Leland's Land Girls and has since made a number of films such as A Midsummer Night's Dream (1999), Timeline (2003), Land of the Lost (2009) and Limitless (2011).
Outside of film, she played the role of Charlotte "Chuck" Charles in the ABC comedy series Pushing Daisies, for which she was nominated for a Golden Globe Award in 2008.