Sounds like: Dustin Tebbutt, Bon Iver, Sigur Ros, Coldplay What's so good? Jacob Ithurburn returns with a stunning and stripped down performance of Brolly’s latest in “Things That Keep Me Up At Night.” Over a year since the single “I...Show More Summary
The nominations for the 2017 BRIT Awards have been announced. David Bowie, Radiohead, Anohni, Adele, Skepta, Coldplay, Zayn, Stormzy, and the 1975 are some of the British artists that have been nominated for awards. International artists...Show More Summary
After eight months of waiting, we finally have a new Lennon & Maisy cover to obsess over. The sisters and “Nashville” stars released their rendition of Coldplay’s “Up and Up” on their YouTube channel Friday, and it’s a must-listen. Plus,...Show More Summary
Lennon & Maisy never cease to amaze us. The Nashville-starring sister duo have made a name for themselves with original songs and covers, and their latest is an inspiring take on Coldplay's "Up and Up." What starts as a duet turns into much more as they're joined by various people sporting "Be Love" shirts. Show More Summary
Coldplay can do a lot of things, like transition from a gloomy band that sings pretty good songs about being sad to a dance-y band that sings annoying songs about being happy, but apparently one thing that it cannot do is bring peace to Israel and Palestine. Show More Summary
Will peace finally come to the region?
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Unprecedented concerts would take place in the fall and bring people from both regions together.
The band also plan to record a song with Israeli and Palestinian artists.
Coldplay are planning two "peace concerts" for Israelis and Palestinians, The Times Of Israel reports. The concerts are scheduled for 11/3 and 11/4 and will be held at an outdoor location north of the Dead Sea. Fifty-thousand tickets will go on sale for each show as soon as security and all the logistics are arranged,…
The New Yorker’s Page Turner has Rozina Ali writing about the erasure of Islam from the poetry of Rumi. Ali remarks, first off, that celebrities like Coldplay’s Chris Martin have been aided in their “spiritual journeys” by Rumi, and that he’s “often described as the best-selling poet in the United States.” “He is typically referred […]
A couple of years ago, when Coldplay’s Chris Martin was going through a divorce from the actress Gwyneth Paltrow and feeling down, a friend gave him a book to lift his spirits. It was a collection of poetry by Jalaluddin Rumi, the thirteenth-century Persian poet, translated by Coleman Barks. Show More Summary
Chris Martin’s penchant for giving surprise performances at events for the homeless received an extra dose of significance this week. The Coldplay co-founder stopped by a Crisis at Christmas homeless shelter in London without tipping...Show More Summary
Did you know that Coldplay was originally named Starfish? That Google was originally called BackRub? And that Pepsi was originally called Brad´s Drink? Here are 33 things that were originally called something completely different. (via Neatorama) The Presurfer
After George Michael passed away, countless stories of his secret philanthropic work came to light, including the fact that he volunteered anonymously at a homeless shelter. And yesterday, as The Sun reports, Coldplay's Chris Martin honored his fallen two-first-names comrade by dropping by a west London homeless shelter to surprise the residents with a cover…
Actress and aspiring lifestyle maven Gwyneth Paltrow believes that her “conscious uncoupling” with ex-husband Chris Martin of the band Coldplay has “contributed something positive to the culture of divorce.” The Daily Beast’s Tom Sykes said on Thursday that Paltrow was...
Chris Martin kicked off the holiday weekend with a surprise concert benefiting the homeless on Wednesday night (December 21) in New York City. The 39-year-old Coldplay hosted a surprise performance at the Mercury Lounge to benefit The Bowery Mission homeless shelter. The NYC-based charity helps home and feed the homeless and hungry. During his performance, [...]
And on the same day he met the Obama girls, Jay Z told him to cover Coldplay’s “Fix You.”