26 June, 2016 - NME.com
Jake Bugg has said he'd rather watch Earth Wind & Fire than Coldplay. Bugg was headlining the John Peel Stage at Glastonbury at the same time as Chris Martin's band were topping the bill on the Pyramid Stage. The Nottingham singer-songwriter told the half-empt tent: "I appreciate you coming out when you could have been watching Coldplay. "Or Earth, Wind & Fire, which is what I'd rather be seeing," he added. Bugg last performed at Glastonbury when he headlined the Other Stage in 2014. Since then, he has released his third album 'On My One', on which he worked with Beastie Boys' Mike D. Quizzed in 2015 on what it's like to work with the hip-hop star, Bugg replied: "It is a good idea to bounce ideas off someone and get an opinion. If he says it's cool it is cool. He's been playing me unheard Beastie Boys mixtapes."
26 June, 2016 - Billboard.com
It's pissing it down at Glastonbury, but only momentarily. People have the power, according to the opening gambit of Coldplay's pre-recording...
26 June, 2016 - NEWS.com.au
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26 June, 2016 - NME.com
Coldplay frontman Chris Martin kissed the Pyramid Stage floor as the band made their way on stage for their Glastonbury headline set. As his bandmates walked out ahead of him, the singer dropped to his knees and kissed the stage before getting up and striding out to start the band's set. Watch footage of the start of their performance below. Coldplay arrive to the Glastonbury 2016 stageWatch LIVE: https://t.co/EubrAALQUC https://t.co/4OMMyuTaTC— bbcglasto (@bbcglasto) June 26, 2016 The group opened up their set with a playback of Charlie Chaplin's iconic speech from the 1940 film The Great Dictator. The film tells the story of a Jewish barber played by Chaplin, who spends years in an army hospital, unaware of the simultaneous rise of fascist dictator Adenoid Hynkel also played by Chaplin. The speech begins: "I'm sorry, but I don't want to be an emperor. That's not my business. I don't want to rule or conquer anyone. I should like to help everyone if possible; Jew, Gentile, black man, white. We all want to help one another. Human beings are like that."
26 June, 2016 - NME.com
Gwyneth Paltrow watched Coldplay headline Glastonbury. The band, who are led by Paltrow's ex-husband Chris Martin, were the festival's final headliner, performing on the Pyramid Stage tonight (June 26). The actress was spotted taking photos and filming during 'Up & Up', on which the former couple's children Apple and Moses took to the stage to sing with their father. Gwyneth Paltrow shows love to @Coldplay, Glastonbury 2016Watch LIVE: https://t.co/EubrAALQUC #ColdplayGlastonbury pic.twitter.com/rYf00sSsi6— bbcglasto (@bbcglasto) June 26, 2016 At one point during the set, Martin was forced to play solo due to technical issues. While playing 'Everglow', Martin halted the band to ask about an issue with his piano's tuning. "Wait, wait, wait, what's going on there, man? Is that really out of tune?" he asked his bandmates. "One of us is out. "That's a terrible problem," he continued. "Shall we just skip to the next song or should I just do it on my own?" The crowd booed at the suggestion of missing the song, to which Martin responded: "OK, so having introduced the best band of my lifetime, now they're going to leave me on my own, but we can muster through." He then played the rest of the song by himself, before the band were reintroduced for the next track, 'Clocks'.
26 June, 2016 - NME.com
Fans have reacted online to Coldplay's Glastonbury headline set tonight (June 26). During the set, the band paid tribute to Warrington band Viola Beach, who were tragically killed in a car accident in Sweden earlier this year. The group, led by Chris Martin also invited Bee Gees' Barry Gibb on stage to cover some of his classic tracks and finished the set with festival organiser Michael Eavis covering Frank Sinatra's 'My Way'. Fans watching Coldplay's set on the Pyramid Stage were full of praise for the band, with even a handful of people who wouldn't class themselves as fans showing respect to the group. As much as I slay off coldplay it's class what they did for viola beach— Hannah (@ImNotJoeyRamone) June 26, 2016 Check out more fan reactions below: @coldplay have gone from being a band that I was never really interested in to one that I have got to see live #ColdplayGlastonbury— Karen Williams (@knwilliams) June 26, 2016 Coldplay at Glastonbury tonight are incredible! What a show! Very envious of those lucky enough to see it live #Glasto2016 #Coldplay— Ronan Ward (@LordWardy) June 26, 2016 Don't like Coldplay, but massive respect for what they've done tonight— Callum Davis (@CallumDavis1999) June 26, 2016 Coldplay at Glastonbury was divine, shame I didn't have time to revise for my exam tomorrow though— kate (@katedudge) June 26, 2016 Never really been a massive fan of Coldplay but they're were amazing at Glastonbury — Danii (@DanielleIsTiny) June 26, 2016 Fair play to Coldplay. That's a proper headline act that. Rate enjoyed it. #Glasto2016— Ryan Elliott (@ryjelliott) June 26, 2016 Coldplay absolutely smashed Glastonbury. What legends @coldplay @GlastoFest #ColdplayGlastonbury— Melanie Hazelip (@MelHazelip) June 26, 2016 Take a bow #coldplay. Just what the people needed #ColdplayGlastonbury— Steve Blacker (@s_blacker) June 26, 2016 Uplifting from @coldplay in every sense. Magnanimous. Selfless. Total contrast to events of past few days. #love #ColdplayGlastonbury— Phil Cunliffe (@phillancs) June 26, 2016 Goosebumps all the way through that set and again a little tear. Amazing #ColdplayGlastonbury— Clare Mansfield (@Clare05) June 26, 2016 Not a massive fan of Coldplay, but fair play to Chris Martin and the band #VIOLABEACH #Glasto2016 #ColdplayGlastonbury #ChrisMartin— Gary Hayes (@GaryHayes82) June 26, 2016
26 June, 2016 - NME.com
Fans have reacted to LCD Soundsystem's set at Glastonbury Festival tonight (June 26). James Murphy's crew closed out the festival on the Other Stage as Coldplay headlined on the Pyramid Stage. It was the dance-punk band's first UK performance since they returned from a hiatus last year (2015). Fans watching in person at Pilton Farm and at home thanks to the BBC lavished the band's set with praise, with one even suggesting the group were "getting God's approval tonight". James in pure white, a heavenly light: LCD Soundsystem are getting God's approval tonight #Glastonbury pic.twitter.com/oaZqbVLxa6— may zelda watson (@mayzwatson) June 26, 2016 Check out a range of other fan responses below. Red button - LCD Soundsystem now - sounding fantastic. pic.twitter.com/Mp9ZmpwUF0— Nathan Liddle-Hulme (@NathLiddleHulme) June 26, 2016 James Murphy & LCD Soundsystem u have blown my mind WHAT a set thank u v much x— Charlie (@cgireland) June 26, 2016 Everything is depressing rn but at least LCD Soundsystem are live at Glasto x— james (@Wemy_Wemyss) June 26, 2016 Tried to draw James Murphy while @lcdsoundsystem were on my telly. #Glastonbury pic.twitter.com/WQOCU6T5gk— Jonathan Edwards (@Jontofski) June 26, 2016 #nopyronoparty @lcdsoundsystem this is absolutely tremendous! pic.twitter.com/qc9UTo2Tpu— Scott Christian (@s_c_o_t_t_c_h) June 26, 2016 When someone great is back #lcdsoundsystem #Glastonbury2016 pic.twitter.com/CvBYBVjaXL— Kurt Ford (@kurtf92) June 26, 2016 Red button - LCD Soundsystem now - sounding fantastic. pic.twitter.com/Mp9ZmpwUF0— Nathan Liddle-Hulme (@NathLiddleHulme) June 26, 2016 Meanwhile, dubstep producer SBTRKT was among those showing his appreciation. Lcd Soundsystem still the best at it! glasto— S B T R K T (@SBTRKT) June 26, 2016 LCD Soundsystem blasted through 12 songs at Glastonbury Festival tonight, opening with 'Us V Them' followed by 'Daft Punk Is Playing At My House', and closing with 'New York, I Love You But You're Bringing Me Down' followed by 'Dance Yrself Clean'. In between they played 'I Can Change', 'Get Innocuous!', 'You Wanted A Hit', 'Tribulations', 'Movement', 'Yeah', 'Someone Great' and 'Losing My Edge'. The band will be back in the UK next month (July) for sets at T In The Park in Perthshire and Lovebox in London. A new studio album, their follow-up to 2010's 'This Is Happening', is expected later this year.
26 June, 2016 - NME.com
Coldplay welcomed Glastonbury founder Michael Eavis onto the Pyramid Stage during the last few songs of their headlining set. Demanding to speak to someone in charge, Martin was then joined on stage by Eavis. Martin introduced Eavis as "the best singer in the world", before stating the song would be "special". The band covered Frank Sinatra's 'My Way,' with Martin on the piano and Eavis singing the whole song solo. #ColdplayGlastonbury #MichaelEavisGlastonbury pic.twitter.com/xf2D6YgDSs— Coldplay (@coldplay) June 26, 2016 Michael Eavis did karaoke at this year's festival on Thursday, as had been tradition in recent years. Eavis has a long history of making appearances during the Thursday night of the festival, this year taking on an Elvis Presley classic. Appearing at the Avalon Cafe, Eavis sang Presley's 'Can't Help Falling In Love'.
26 June, 2016 - Billboard.com
The odds were stacked against this year's Glastonbury festival, rumored to be the last one held here at Worthy Farm in Pilton, Somerset. First...
26 June, 2016 - NME.com
During Coldplay's Glastonbury set encore, Chris Martin said that they would be taking a request from Instagram. A video of Glastonbury founder Michael Eavis was projected, with Eavis stating that often people ask him who he would love to play the festival. He replied that "most of them are dead now" but one that he's always wanted is The Bee Gees because they have "lovely songs". Getty Chris Martin told the crowd that he could do one better and bring out an actual Bee Gee, before introducing Barry Gibb. The pair proceeded to cover 'To Love Somebody' with a special, stripped-back acoustic performance before launching into a full band performance of 'Staying Alive'. Robin Gibb passed away on March 20 2012 following a long battle with cancer. Maurice Gibb died on January 12 2003 due to cardiac arrest.
26 June, 2016 - NME.com
Coldplay played a Viola Beach song during their Glastonbury set, after Chris Martin said that the late band "reminded us of ourselves in our early days". The Warrington band were on tour in Sweden when their car plummeted into a canal during a crash on February 13, killing all four band members (Kris Leonard, River Reeves, Tomas Lowe and Jack Dakin) and their manager Craig Tarry. Speaking to the crowd, Martin said that at this point in their show, the band usually cover 'Heroes' by David Bowie but instead, they wanted to do something different. Getty Speaking of the band's accident, Martin said '[Coldplay] thought that was just the worst' before introducing the track. He commented, "We're going to create Viola Beach's alternative future for them and let them play Glastonbury for a song." He added, "this would have been [Viola Beach] in 20 years." The band then projected a live performance of 'Boys That Sing' from Viola Beach, playing alongside the recording. Before playing, Martin urged the crowd to "send [Boys That Sing] up the charts. A 9-track album from Viola Beach will now be released on July 29 via the band's own Fuller Beans Records label. It will include 'Swings & Waterslides', which entered the UK Singles Chart following the tragedy, and lead single 'Boys That Sing'.
26 June, 2016 - NME.com
Technical issues during Coldplay's Glastonbury headline set forced Chris Martin to play solo. While playing 'Everglow', Martin halted the band to ask about an issue with his piano's tuning. "Wait, wait, wait, what's going on there, man? Is that really out of tune?" he asked his bandmates. "One of us is out. "That's a terrible problem," he continued. "Shall we just skip to the next song or should I just do it on my own?" The crowd booed at the suggestion of missing the song, to which Martin responded: "OK, so having introduced the best band of my lifetime, now they're going to leave me on my own, but we can muster through." He then played the rest of the song by himself, before the band were reintroduced for the next track, 'Clocks'.
26 June, 2016 - NME.com
Coldplay have paid tribute to the late Muhammad Ali during their headlining Glastonbury set. A projection of Ali appeared after a performance of 'Everglow', with a clip of Ali being interviewed after a match in 1977. Ali began: "God is watching me. God don't praise me because I beat Joe Frazier. God don't give nothing about Joe Frazier. God don't care nothing about England or America as far as we aware of." Getty Continuing, Ali said: "He wants to know how do we treat each other, how do we help each other. So I'm going to dedicate my life to using my name and popularity to helping charities, helping people, uniting people…..we need somebody in the world to help us all make peace. So when I die, if there's a heaven, I want to see it." The athlete famously suffered from Parkinson's disease which he battled for the last 32 years of his life. The star died in Phoenix, Arizona after being admitted to hospital on Thursday with respiratory problems. Ali, born Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr., was considered by many to be the greatest heavyweight boxer in history. He remains the only three-time lineal heavyweight champion of the world, taking home the title in 1964, 1974 and 1978. The boxer, often known simply as 'The Greatest', left behind nine children - seven daughters and two sons - from his four marriages.
26 June, 2016 - NME.com
Chris Martin took time out of Coldplay's headlining set at Glastonbury to comment on the unity of Glastonbury festival goers. The band are currently playing their fourth headlining slot at the festival, opening up their set with a playback of Charlie Chaplin's The Great Dictator speech. After playing 'Head Full of Dreams' and 2000's 'Yellow' Chris Martin addressed the crowd, saying Glastonbury is their "favourite place in the entire world." Getty Continuing he said, "We were scared of the world before we came here but you have restored our faith in the world. Together we can do great things." Before embarking on a performance of 'Everglow', Martin praised the crowd for getting through a weekend of rain and mud. "I was walking around with my two children – Apple and Moses – and I tip my hat to you," he said. "You've got through everything this weekend. The collapse of a country and everything," he added.
26 June, 2016 - Billboard.com
One of the hottest tickets during BET Week was the second annual EpicFest at Los Angeles’ Sony Studios on Saturday (June 25). Among the...
26 June, 2016 - NME.com
Rihanna has released a teaser for 'Sledgehammer', her new single from the soundtrack to Star Trek Beyond. "#SLEDGEHAMMER @StarTrekMovie fans, be up tomorrow by 8am EST for a special premiere!" she wrote on Twitter, suggesting the single and perhaps its video will premiere on Monday (June 27) at 8am EST (1pm GMT). #SLEDGEHAMMER @StarTrekMovie fans, be up tomorrow by 8am EST for a special premiere! pic.twitter.com/5ANOYlE4ba— Rihanna (@rihanna) June 26, 2016 News of Rihanna's Star Trek Beyond single broke on Friday (June 24) when Twitter account @PopCrave spotted a promo for the track on iTunes and shared a screen-grab with followers. The film itself hits cinema screens on July 22. Idris Elba plays the main villain in the movie, joining franchise regulars Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto and Simon Pegg, who has co-written its script. Meanwhile, Rihanna is currently on the UK leg of her 'Anti World Tour' tonight, with stadium dates in London and Coventry completed, and stadium dates in Glasgow and Manchester remaining. During her show in Dublin earlier this week, Rihanna was moved to tears as she performed on stage. She told the crowd later in their performance: "I only have ever in my life heard an audience of people scream so loud that they sound like one voice and that only happens in Ireland, in Dublin. Thank you so much."
26 June, 2016 - RollingStone.com
Drake topped the Billboard 200 for the eighth consecutive week as his Views sold an addition 124,000 copies to remain at Number One. Red Hot Chili Peppers' The Getaway kept this week's top spot a nail-biter until the end, but the band's latest LP fell 6,000 copies short of Views' total. However, the Peppers...
26 June, 2016 - NME.com
Coldplay opened up their headlining Glastonbury set with a playback of Charlie Chaplin's iconic speech from the 1940 film The Great Dictator. The film tells the story of a Jewish barber played by Chaplin, who spends years in an army hospital, unaware of the simultaneous rise of fascist dictator Adenoid Hynkel also played by Chaplin. The speech begins: "I'm sorry, but I don't want to be an emperor. That's not my business. I don't want to rule or conquer anyone. I should like to help everyone if possible; Jew, Gentile, black man, white. We all want to help one another. Human beings are like that." Getty It continues: "We want to live by each other's happiness, not by each other's misery. We don't want to hate and despise one another. In this world there is room for everyone, and the good earth is rich and can provide for everyone. The way of life can be free and beautiful, but we have lost the way." Coldplay then proceeded to play 'A Head Full of Dreams' – the title track from their seventh studio album before going into their 2000 hit 'Yellow'.
26 June, 2016 - Billboard.com
Jon Bon Jovi made a trip to his JBJ Soul Kitchen in Toms River, N.J., to give a fan a special surprise. The New Jersey native and the...
26 June, 2016 - NME.com
Glastonbury founder Michael Eavis has said that this year's festival is the muddiest in history, citing it worse than the mud of 1997. The festival has suffered the worst rain and mud since the festival began in 1970, with the the region’s entire supply of woodchip disappearing under the weight of the mud and rain. Speaking to The Guardian, Eavis said: “Every single bit of woodchip in the south of England, all of it is here over 1,000 acres. I’ve never seen mud like it in the whole life. This is worse than 1997. In all 46 years, it hasn’t been as bad as this." Getty Describing how he drove around the whole site last night (June 25) which took until 4:30am, Eavis said he found it uplifting that the 180,000 festival-goers are still in high-spirits despite the weather. “I drove round the whole site last night. It took right up until 4.30am and the sun was up and there was just thousands of happy people with smiles on their faces despite the adverse conditions," he explained. "It is extraordinary. I do not know how they do it, but they love it so much." Speaking of the rumoured move to Longleat, Eavis said: “We will be doing something hopefully in 2019, but they [Longleat] came this weekend to look and they are not that impressed. This is the home of the festival as far as I’m concerned forever."
26 June, 2016 - Billboard.com
Congrats to soul singer Jill Scott, who married her longtime boyfriend Mike Dobson on Saturday (June 25). News of the quiet ceremony surfaced after...
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