"We're going to create Viola Beach's alternative future for them and let them play Glastonbury for a song."
During a tribute to another band, Coldplay's Chris Martin invited his kids to join in on backup vocals — and they were clearly naturals!
Barry Gibb joined Coldplay during their Glastonbury grand finale for two Bee Gee covers: “To Love Somebody” and what lead singer Chris Martin called “the greatest song of all time,” “Stayin’ Alive.” BBC.com reports “Gibb was meant to play Glastonbury’s “legend” slot this year, but pulled out when a family member fell ill.” During their... Show More Summary
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Coldplay headlined the UK’s Glastonbury Festival tonight, closing out the fest with a few special guests and some covers. Instead of paying tribute to the late David Bowie by playing “Heroes,” Chris Martin announced that they would be honoring Viola Beach, the up-and-coming British band who were killed in a tragic car accident earlier this […]
Coldplay End Glastonbury 2016 With The Most Brilliant, Batshit Crazy Pyramid Stage Set Ever
In Binge And Purge, The A.V. Club’s Josh Modell is going through his collection of 2,000 CDs, writing a bit about each artist, and then purging the unnecessary in the hopes of cutting that number in half by the end of 2016. Read the intro here. Show More Summary
Rihanna and Coldplay are set to headline the 2016 Budweiser Made in America Festival later this year! The two day event will take place on September 3 and 4 in Philadelphia, Penn. for the fifth year in a row. Other acts that you can get excited about seeing include ColleGrove (2 Chainz and Lil Wayne), [...]
The Philadelphia festival also promises performances from Grimes, Jamie xx, DJ Khaled, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Gary Clark Jr., and more.
The Jay Z-curated Made in America Festival returns to Philadelphia this Labor Day weekend with a stacked lineup featuring headlining sets by Rihanna and Coldplay. The fest's roster also includes Chance the Rapper, Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz's ColleGrove project, Grimes, A$AP Ferg, Jamie xx, Martin Garrix and many more. This Made in...
Since 2012, Jay Z has curated the Budweiser Made in America Festival in Philadelphia. The two-day event returns to the Benjamin Franklin Parkway on September 3 and 4. Today, the lineup has been revealed. Rihanna and Coldplay will headline. Show More Summary
Jay Z has decided to spare himself more lemonade and got some friends to headline his annual Made in America Festival (which is not a screening of the O.J. doc, but imagine). This year, Rihanna and Coldplay will be the main event — instead of Beyoncé, as in years past. ... More »
Budweiser’s Jay Z-curated Made In America festival is coming back to Philadelphia this September, and it’s just announced this year’s lineup. The two headliners this year are the big-tent one-two punch of Rihanna and Coldplay, and the rest of the lineup is stacked with a set of names that, refreshingly, tend to veer away from […]
The festival will go down Labor Day weekend in Philadelphia.
Sounds like: The Killers, Coldplay, Howard What's so good? Well, this is a pleasant turnaround in style from a very-well-established band. Can't say I was expecting a mellow track like this... Young The Giant has built up a solid following through a raw and energetic indie rock sound. Show More Summary
Nobody said it was easy; nobody said it would be this hard. Perhaps vanilla Coldplay were riffing on the transfer market when they composed “The Scientist,” because one of this summer’s prospective moves certainly seems to be following...Show More Summary
LONDON — On June 23, tens of thousands of young Britons will be gathered at the Glastonbury music festival, whose headliners include Coldplay, Muse and Adele. Others will be avidly following the European Soccer Championship in France...Show More Summary
I interviewed LA’s Lincoln Jesser last year. (When we hung out, I got him to sing me some classic Coldplay, the same song he used to win over a high school girlfriend.) Lincoln messaged me the other day with link to his new single, “Time Will Tell.” He’s back and this time he’s working with a new vocalist Samuel […]