Friday, 6 November 2009

Pet Shop Boys Cover Coldplay On Christmas EP

The Pet Shop Boys are to release a festive EP, entitled 'Christmas', on December 14.The five track EP includes a new version of 'It Doesn't Often Snow At Christmas', which was originally released in 1997 exclusively to the band's fan club.A re-imagining of Madness' 'My Girl' and a new version of 'All Over The World' from Pet Shop Boys' latest album 'Yes' is also included on the tracklisting.
A cover of Coldplay's 'Viva La Vida' also features on the EP.The EP's release will precede the band's UK tour, which gets udner way in Glasgow on December 17.For ticket information and to purchase tickets, check out Gigwise Gig Tickets.The tracklisting for 'Christmas' is:'It Doesn’t Often Snow At Christmas''My Girl''All Over The World''Viva La Vida/ Domino Dancing''My Girl (Our House mix)'

Tuesday, 3 November 2009

"Viva La Vida" Weezer Cover Coldplay's

Rivers Cuomo made Coldplay's "Viva La Vida" significantly nerdier when Weezer coveredon wednesday it in New York City (Oct. 28) night. According to Stereogum, Cuomo, clad in a geeky track suit, performed the Grammy Award winning tune before the rest of Weezer joined him on stage for the gig at the P.C. Richard & Song Theatre. Cuomo clearly isn't that familiar with the song, since he had a music stand with the lyrics to "Viva La Vida" set up in front of him, but he made sure to do a lot of hand-waving a la Chris Martin. We aren't sure what Martin would think of Cuomo slapping his own butt to the beat, though. We're also not sure what's with the Tai Chi movements before the bridge of "waaaa-ooohhhhh ohhh ohhh"s at the end of the song, but anyway, it's still hilarious.Weezer's seventh studio album, Raditude, is out Tuesday (Nov. 3).

You can see Weezer here:Dec. 1 Chicago, IL @ Aragon BallroomDec. 3 Milwaukee, WI @ Eagles BallroomDec. 5 Toronto, ON @ Air Canada CentreDec. 7 Boston, MA @ Agganis Arena at Boston UniversityDec. 9 Washington, DC @ Patriot CenterDec. 10 Camden, NJ @ Susquehanna Bank Center

Tuesday, 27 October 2009

Muse Is World’s Best Act, Q Mag says

Muse British rock band was branded the best musical act on the planet at the last night annual Q awards in London, Kings of Leon, Arctic Monkeys, Oasis and Coldplay outdoing other UK rivals.
Arctic Monkeys received the award for the best live act, after a battle which involved Blur, U2 and Take That among other acts, as indie band Kasabian walked away with the title of best album of the year with West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum.
The outstanding contribution to music award was given to former Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant, who was one of many classic performers honoured by the faithfuls of Q, a pop and rock music magazine published every month and appreciated for its interviews.
Q’s editor-in-chief Paul Rees said the magazine is proud to involve the nation’s music fans who decide on its awards recognising musical excellence and achievement during the past year. He added that, once again, Q readers voted by the thousands.
Rees said that the team at the magazine is equally thrilled to honour the enduring impact of those musicians who have shaped Britain’s musical landscape and still continue to do so today.
Formerly known as Cat Stevens, Yusuf Islam, was awarded the classic songwriter prize and “Q legend” award went to Edwyn Collins. Spandau Ballet was named “Q idol” and Marianne Faithful, “Q icon”.
The best new act award went to White Lies, the prize for breakthrough artist was awarded to Mr Hudson and Lady GaGa got the best video prize for Just Dance.
Lily Allen’s The Fear, the singer’s second number one single in the country, received the best track award.
Other winners included The Specials, who were celebrated for being an inspiration, Sonic Youth for their sound innovation and Frankie Goes to Hollywood got the prize for best classic song, with Relax.
Dublin boys and world class act U2 walked away with the Q classic album award for The Unforgettable Fire.

Friday, 23 October 2009

Coldplay to set Amazon record, Susan Boyle beats U2

There's a new record holder for the largest CD pre order ever on's Music Store and she round the likes of Norah Jones, U2, Bruce Springsteen and Coldplay.
It's Susan Boyle.
She's the woman who wowed the world on the TV show "Britain's Got Talent."
"I Dreamed A Dream," Her album doesn't come out until November 23rd, but Amazon says the response for pre orders is "unprecedented."

Sunday, 11 October 2009

Natalie Imbruglia New lease of life Coldplay

SHE is a soap opera star turned pop ingenue. They are a Grammy award winning alternative rock band.
Natalie Imbruglia singer in Australian would not be the first artist composed by Coldplay Bristish quarter. But her new album, Come To Life, features several contributions by Coldplay's lead singer Chris Martin, including a track, Lukas, that the band wrote but could not fit into their last album, Viva La Vida Or Death And All His Friends (2008).
Besides Lukas, Martin also wrote Fun and tweaked the chorus of Want for the album. Imbruglia, a big Coldplay fan, tells Life! over the telephone from London currently: 'Chris just called me out of the blue and told me he had some songs that he liked but couldn't fit into the Coldplay album.
'I didn't hesitate at all. I just said yes. He is a genius in the studio. He is very creative, very energetic and works around the clock. He raises the bar for me and it is nice to be around that kind of perfection.'
The star got to know Martin 'years ago' as she used to attend all of Coldplay's early gigs.

Monday, 5 October 2009

20th anniversary Simpsons episode for Coldplay

Coldplay has been announced as particular guests on the 20th anniversary episode of The Simpsons. According to, the episode will air on January 14th, 2010. An earlier report by suggested that in the episode, Homer Simpson hires the band to play privately for him and Bart after he wins the lottery with the band having to stop their performance while Bart goes to the bathroom. Previous musical acts that have made guest show on the long running series include U2, three of the Beatles, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Aerosmith, the White Stripes, the Smashing Pumpkins, Blink 182, the Who and the late Michael Jackson, while Green Day was heavily featured in the Simpsons movie a few years back. In other news, Coldplay is seemingly not quite done with touring behind their Viva La Vida album just yet. Although the pair ended the main cycle last month in London, they'll spend February and March touring Latin America stadiums, beginning on February 26th in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Sunday, 4 October 2009

Coldplay to Appear on "The Simpsons", Tour With Bat for Lashes

This January will mark the 20th anniversary of "The Simpsons". If Bart aged like normal people age, he'd be 30 now. For some reason, this news makes me improbably unhappy. But at least its big 20 anniversary episode to the gig has lined up a pretty big guest. As Coldplay's website reports, the band will appear on the gig's big anniversary episode, airing January 14, 2010. It'll be fun to see what the animators do with Chris Martin's perpetual cowlick. Coldplay also have some other big plans for 2010. They'll spend February and March touring stadiums in Latin America, with the great Bat for Lashes opening. Those dates are below.

Wednesday, 30 September 2009

Coldplay Five video award nods

Coldplay are leading the field at the UK Music Video Awards.
The shortlist has been announced and the band's promos for Life In Technicolor II which saw them replaced by puppets and Strawberry Swing, featuring frontman Chris Martin as a superhero, have landed them five nods.
Also up for multiple awards at the event on October 13 are Oasis, Glasvegas and Prodigy.

Sunday, 27 September 2009

Coldplay constantly watch audiences during gigs to refine song lists

English alternative rock band Coldplay constantly watch their audiences during concerts so that they can figure out which songs they are enjoying, and finally complicate their set list.
If the ‘Fix You’ hitmakers see people getting restless during certain songs, they axe the track from subsequent gigs.
“In some songs all you can look is a clear doorway and you can hear the crowd singing so you think, ‘Greatful, this song is great.’ And then it’s when the light all starts getting blocked and everyone’s going to the bathroom. Then you’re like, ‘OK, that song’s out,’” Contactmusic quoted frontman Chris Martin as saying.
The quartet, presently regarded as one of the world’s longest bands, started the UK leg of their world tour last weekend. (ANI)

Friday, 25 September 2009

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Thursday, 24 September 2009

Coldplay Lawsuit against over 'Viva La Vida' ends

LOS ANGELES -- Court records show guitarist Joe Satriani and Coldplay have reached an understanding that ends a copyright vilotion lawsuit filed over the band's smash hit "Viva la Vida."
Satriani sued Coldplay in December, claiming the band copied "substantial, original portions" of his 2004 song, "If I Could Fly."
Coldplay won a Grammy Award earlier this year for "Viva La Vida."
A federal judge in Los Angeles last week dismissed the case at the request of attorneys for both sides. No details about an understanding were included in court filings, other than each side would pay its own legal costs.
Satriani is a renowned guitarist who has been nominated for numerous Grammys during his career.

Tuesday, 22 September 2009

'similarities' Coldplay in new creative over music video

The band's promo for Strawberry Swing is accused of using virtually same idea as singer songwriter Dan Gallagher's clip for Something Else.

So soon after settling their plagiarism lawsuit with Joe Satriani, Coldplay have been caught up in yet another creative dispute. According to singer-songwriter Dan Gallagher, there are "striking similarities" between the music video for his song, Something Else, and theirs, for Strawberry Swing.
While Coldplay will breathe a sigh of relief it's the video, not the music under scrutiny, it's far easier to equivalence two gimmicky video clips than two songs' subtle chord structures. And as Gallagher pointed out in a statement, there's no doubt that his and Coldplay's music videos offer "an painful lot of similarities". Or rather, one big similarity: they both gig people interacting with animated chalk-boards.
"I think it's unfair that Strawberry Swing will likely be nominated for numerous awards and is being universally acclaimed as groundbreaking, when (Something Else director) Owen Trevor had virtually the same idea at least a year before," Gallagher said.
Of course, whereas Something Else is a low to mid-budget video using mostly white chalk, brick walls and few props, Coldplay's video is a suitably razzle-dazzle, blockbuster affair, with superheroes, super villains, costume changes and a vivid interplanetary finale. Also: giant squirrels.
Unlike Satriani (and Yusuf Islam), Gallagher concedes that Coldplay probably never saw his video. "I can't say they copied me," he admitted. But when he wrote to the band's arrangment, their glib response was not quite a denial. "I'm afraid the creative on the video was written by (production company) Shynola, not Coldplay," their reps resultedly replied.
Shynola, who have created music videos for Blur, Beck and Radiohead, have not commented on the alleged similarities.

Thursday, 17 September 2009

'reach copyright settlement' Coldplay

Coldplay have reportedly reached an out-of-court settlement with Joe Satriani after the latter accused the band of copying one of his songs.

Satriani sued the band last year claiming that they used "substantial, original portions" of his 2004 song If I Could Fly on their track Viva La Vida. But legal sources told Billboard that a financial settlement between the two parties may have been reached, and Coldplay would not be needed to admit any wrongdoing.
When he originally launched legal proceedings in Los Angeles in December, Satriani said: "I felt like a sticker went right through my heart. It hurt so much. The second I heard it, I knew it was If I Could Fly.

"Almost instantly, from the minute their song came out, my email box flooded with people going, 'Have you heard this song by Coldplay? They ripped you off man'. I mean, I couldn't tell you how many emails I received. Everybody noticed the similarities between the songs. It's pretty obvious."
Coldplay had initially responded by saying: "If there are any similarities between our two pieces of music, they are entirely coincidental and just as surprising to us as to him."
As well as Satriani, Yusuf Islam, the artist at one time known as Cat Stevens, is also reportedly considering taking action against the band for the same song. It is alleged that his 1973 song Foreigner Suite bore resemblance to Viva La Vida. Little known US band Creaky Boards have also accused Coldplay copying their song, again claiming it bore a resemblance to Viva La Vida.
Coldplay, led by Chris Martin, is one of the world's top-selling pop acts. The Viva La Vida single, taken from the album of the same name, was number one in both the US and UK Singles Charts. The album Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends also hit number one in the US and UK Album Charts.

Coldplay plagiarism suit dismissed

NEW YORK, Sept. 17 (UPI) A U.S. District Court judge in New York has dismissed guitarist Joe Satriani's plagiarism lawsuit against the British rock band Coldplay, legal records show.
Satriani impeached the group of lifting parts of his song "If I Could Fly" and using them in their hit "Viva la Vida."
However, Coldplay has insisted any similarity between the two songs was "entirely coincidental and just as surprising to us as to him."
Although Judge Dean Pregerson dismissed the case this week, he also suggested in his one page order that the two parties attempt to reach some sort of settlement, E! News reported.

Sunday, 13 September 2009

Coldplay return to UK over 'nervous'

Coldplay frontman Chris Martin has revealed the band was "really nervous" about playing the UK leg of its world tour, which started on Saturday.
The group played its first UK gig of this year at Manchester's Old Trafford Cricket Ground.
Martin said, "It spirits like we have been away for a long time. The four of us were feeling actually nervous about coming back home,"

Their Viva La Vida tour began in June 2008 and will wrap up on 19 September.
In June it was announced that rapper Jay-Z and Girls Aloud will both appear at Coldplay's final tour dates at Wembley Stadium.
Martin said the crowd of 50,000 had "given us a better response than we could possibly have asked for".
He added: "It is a bit like when Stefan Dennis went back to Neighbours he didn't know what the reaction would be.
The band closed the show with Life In Technicolour II, and gig goers were handed a free live album as they left the arena.
They are also scheduled to play Dublin on Monday the 156th date of their tour.


are only a few bands big enough to ask artists who are at the very top of their own genres to work as their support act. It tells you all you want to know about Coldplay's status that they launched a four night UK stadium excursion with the world's best known rapper as their opening act even if frontchap Chris Martin did puncture the moment by cackling, "I still can't quite believe it."
The you couldn't-make-it-up double bill was a courageous move for Coldplay, who are hopelessly outclassed by Jay-Z in the charisma and swagger department. To add to his attractions, he has just had his first UK No 1 single, Run This Town. The chance of Coldplay being upstaged by their support act was very real. In the event, they weren't. They can thank the audience's placid indifference to his urgent depictions of the world according to a bad lad made good. Jay-Z worked hard, firing out hits such as 99 Problems and Show Me What You Got and getting his guitarist to play The Star Spangled Banner. He finally got his due, leaving to warm clapping.
For all their record sales, Coldplay have little personal magnetism, which didn't bode well for a gig where the wideness of the venue demanded personalities big enough to fill it. Unexpectedly, though, they rose to the occasion, and then some. In this outdoor setting, their many hits, so mopey on record, expanded into magnificent processionals. Songs you had come to hate through perennial airplay, such as Fix You and Viva la Vida, suddenly sounded grand, in the best sort of way.
Chris Martin proved to be a bit of a wonder: the rock star who has made a life's work of walking on the mild side unleashed the brute within. There is one, believe it or not, and while Liam Gallagher can rest easy, it was still jaw dropping to look Martin racing around the stage, battering his guitar and singing more vehemently than he has ever dared in a studio. Who would have guessed he could imbue an acoustic version of Billie Jean sung on a mini stage in the middle of the crowd with double the paranoia of the original?
Was it his idea to use old X Factor picture of Simon Cowell to "critique" the audience when they sang along to Yellow? Martin urged us to bawl out the song, then Cowell appeared on screen, adjudging our effort a "complete and utter nightmare". Equally questionably, he orchestrated a "mobile phone Mexican wave", but redeemed himself by leading the group through a lovely, lilting encore of The Scientist.
"We've done 154 rehearsals around the world just to sound good in Manchester," Martin laughed. How about that? Coldplay in "surprisingly good" shock.

Thursday, 3 September 2009

Jo Whiley's Living Room Where Coldplay And Jay-Z To Play Spccial Show

Coldplay and Jay-Z are to play a special show in Radio 1 DJ Jo Whiley's living room. The performance, which will air live on the radio station, forms part of the annual Live Lounge tour. The five-day jaunt begins on September 14 with a special show at Kasabian guitarist Serge Pizzorno's house in Leicester.Whiley will then travel to X-Factor band JLS's living room in London on September 15, Biffy Clyro's Ayrshire house on September 16 and Dizzee Rascal's studio on September 17. The tour concludes with Jay-Z and Coldplay on September 18 just hours before the first of their two shows at London's Wembley Stadium.As with previous Live Lounge tours, each artist play an original song and a cover.

Wednesday, 26 August 2009

Chris Martin to Leave Coldplay, Gwyneth Paltrow Wants

Gwyneth Paltrow has been branded the Yoko Oko of Coldplay because she’s trying to assure her husband Chris Martin to leave the band and go solo.
The actress clearly feels her hubby will do better on his own.
“Gwyneth has outright told Chris that he should consider going solo,” a source told Betty Confidential. “She is busy doing all of her projects and she needs him to diversify as well. She doesn’t have a problem with Coldplay, but she needs Chris to think about trying a solo album just to see if he likes it.
“When Gwyneth referenced it, Chris was furious. He loves the band and he has no appetite to different things right now. Chris basically ignored her and walked away.”
In 2004, Paltrow said, “People ask if I will sing with the band or do a duet, but always in anterior of my mind is the Yoko effect. I don’t want to be known as the girl who split up Coldplay.”

Saturday, 22 August 2009

Coldplay 'Can't Have Song Back' + More

Australian singer Natalie Imbruglia says one of the songs Chris Martin wrote for her new album could have become "the best Coldplay song ever". She told BBC 6 Music, "I feel very lucky to have it and he's not having it back."A biopic based on the life of the traditional guitarist Jimi Hendrix is being made. Traditional Pictures has said it will develop the film and then seek agreement from the guitarist's estate.Singer Norah Jones has been co-writing her new album with the help of Ryan Adams and Okkervil River's Will Sheff. The as yet unnamed register will be released in November.Pearl Jam's singer Eddie Vedder broke the UK's smoking ban on Wednesday night by lighting up inside London's O2 Arena during the band's set. On top of that, he urged the confrence to do the same.

Wednesday, 12 August 2009

Coldplay apologise for cancelling Tampa show due to 'medical reasons'

Band say the performance will be rescheduled.
Coldplay have excused for having to cancel a gig at the Ford Amphitheatre in Tampa yesterday (August 9).
In a message posted on the band's official website,, it was described that the show would be rescheduled, and that the performance was cancelled due to aesculapian issues."We're sorry to report that Coldplay have been forced to postpone their show at the Ford Amphitheatre," the report read. "This is due to medical reasons. The show is currently being rescheduled – we'll give you the new details as soon as we have them. In the meantime, the band have asked us to rationalise on their behalf for the trouble this causes."Coldplay are set to play their next live show at the MCH Arena in Herning, kingdom of Denmark on August 16.

Sunday, 9 August 2009

Coldplay Intense polished show

On the final performance of the Coldplay group its current US Tour which ends tomorrow in Tampa, Grammy winning Brits Coldplay gave an intense polished show at Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre Friday.

Coldplay may be best known for every thing specially for the heart tugging ballads and mid tempo pop, but their live show transformed softer moments into booming rock songs that are more intense than on record. “Cemeteries of London” played like a modern version of a traditional folk story that swelled to a rhythmic conclusion. “Fix You” created a church-like atmosphere that built to a climax during which Martin twirled like a ragdoll and shuttered as if shot with bullets. And as on the “Viva La Vida” album, “42” morphs from launched piano intro into a spastic rhythmic romp.

At the end of “Strawberry Swing”, the band members weren’t static either they said “God Put a Smile on My Face". Martin sat alone in the centre of the amphitheater for “Hardest Part” as drummer Will Champion echoed his vocals from the stage. Champion proved an indispensable sideman (the Richards to Martin’s Jagger) hitting his kit like a determined wind up toy and singing along throughout the night. He pounded the tympani and bass drum as Martin sprinted back to join in on “Viva La Vida” and “Lost!” They abandoned the stage again for the edge of the lawn where mandolin, resonator guitar, and harmonica set the pace for an acoustic break that included Champion on vocals and guitar and a sincere cover of “Billie Jean.”
The group of the Coldplay took the stage again flashing stark white light on its audience for “Politik” and flying multi colored butterfly confetti into the crowd. Which closes “Viva La Vida,”at the “Death and All His Friends,” fittingly finished the set. Yet the massive hit “The Scientist” was saved for an encore. The triple bill made for an incredibly consistent show capped with Coldplay’s tireless headlining set.

Thursday, 30 July 2009

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Coldplay provide Vocal ability to "The Simpsons"

Coldplay’s Chris Martin has been included to the honorary listing of “Simpson” star appearances, which comprise Elizabeth Taylor, U2, and three Beatles. Martin and the members of Coldplay will be characteristic in an forthcoming episode, so stay tuned.

it seems that in the episode, Homer wins the lottery and hires Martin and his band to play a private performance for himself and Bart.

Intentional for other guest superstar voices this season is Sarah Silverman, who plays Bart’s hot-and-cold girlfriend. Anne Hathaway is also returning from Season 20 to perform a princess on Krusty the Clown’s show who ends up dating the rather wild character.

Coldplay appearance as a guest in the Simpsons

Yellow singers Chris Martin and the rest of his group will come into view in an episode in the 20th anniversary series, which starts in September, the Sun reports, when Homer calls the group to his house in Springfield after he wins the lottery and starts splatter out on luxuries.

Executive producer Al Jean revealed: "When Bart goes to the bathroom, Coldplay have to stop."

A source said: "Chris recorded his part with Dan Castellaneta (the voice of Homer) last week.

"He had four lines to do and upset them off. It was surreal hearing Homer and Chris talking but a really good laugh.

"Chris is the only one in the band with a speaking part, which he thoroughly enjoyed.

"He'll keep in mind it for ever and his kids will love it."

Monday, 27 July 2009

One-trick ponies: bands that keep reworking the same song

Ask the person on the street who they think is the greatest band in the world and they'll probably say Coldplay or the Killers. If they're a little more daring they might suggest AC/DC or Ramones. But all these bands have something in common: they have one song. Not literally, because they have the decency to give them different names – but they are all essentially reworking the same musical idea over and over again.

It's not unfair to say that certain bands have taken the "If it ain't broke, don't fix it" maxim to heart and based entire careers on one good idea. Ramones, a band who understood what it meant to be a brand, are masters of this. Such was Johnny Ramone's unerring dedication to their visual and musical identity that he imposed strict codes, and any deviation from their sartorial and musical formula was strictly forbidden (which might explain Dee Dee Ramone's brief spell as tracksuit-wearing rapper Dee Dee King). Fortunately, the Ramones one song – you know, the one that begins "1,2,3,4!" – has no extended guitar solo and clocks in at around two minutes – is a belter.

The Simpsons Adds Coldplay’s Martin to List of Musical Guests

Over the past 20 seasons, The Simpsons has recruited the biggest names in music to guest-voice on the show, and Season 21 will continue the tradition: EW’s Hollywood Insider reports Coldplay’s Chris Martin will lend his voice to an upcoming episode. Martin and Coldplay will appear as themselves as Homer Simpson, after winning the lottery, hires the band to play a private performance for himself and Bart. “When Bart goes to the bathroom, Coldplay has to stop,” Simpsons executive producer Al Jean told EW.

Coldplay’s Chris Martin dresses as a superhero in new video

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Coldplay’s latest video for new single Strawberry Swing features frontman Chris Martin as an animated superhero, saving a woman being held hostage by a giant squirrel in a teacup.

After its world premiere on on July 20, the ten-steps-left-of-centre vid will be shown at Odeon cinemas before Sacha Baron Cohen’s Bruno and Sandra Bullock’s The Proposal.

Sunday, 26 July 2009

Playing live shows Coldplay

Performing in Coldplay - performing in the world's biggest band - could get comfy.Cool Song by Coldplay.

Wednesday, 15 July 2009

Coldplay Concert Dates

Concert Dates

North America, with gigs scheduled in Toronto (30 July)
Montreal (1 August)
Tampa (9 August)
Denmark on 16 August.

Europe dates

Stockholm (22 August)
Munich (29 August)
Barcelona (4 September)
Paris (7 September)

Phoenix Park in Dublin (14 September)
Wembley Stadium in London (18 and 19 September).

Friday, 10 April 2009

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