Saturday, 25 December 2010

Gwyneth Paltrow join Coldplay on Eve

According to the news Gwyneth Paltrow's reply has trashed report that she is to join Coldplay on stage on New Year's Eve.

Astress 38 years old with her husdand Chris Martin's band perform at the Las Vegas show. But a rep for the mother-of-two said, "Although Paltrow will be in the city for New Year, she will not be following up her CMA's solo performance".

Music Contact said, 'There's absolutely no truth (to the rumour).'

American knowing to perform the guitar to play the title track of her film Country Strong at the awards kindly this year.

Thursday, 23 December 2010

Coldplay: Special Christmas Concerts Have Ended

Special Christmas concerts have ended to the Coldplay in help of homeless charity Crisis.

Across the country plummeting with temperature, in the UK their are thousand homeless folk when the season of winter seriously it is the big problem of this guys life and death both.

Coldplay have hooked up with homeless charity he is now eager to help.

The band have performed two concert after returning with thier festival themed new single 'Christmas Lights', their band perform only UK concert 2010, Coldplay did not disappoint.

Fans enjoyed to seems Take That member Gary Barlow in Liverpool. 'Christmas Lights' joining in a interpretation the singer remained onstage for a quick rendition of 'Back For Good'.

Coldplay have assure that the charity's work can be expanded.

Wednesday, 15 December 2010

Coldplay Reveal Next Project:LP Will Be A Concept Album

When Coldplay frontman Chris Martinvisited BBC Radio 1 earlier this month, he revealed that the band's long-awaited fifth LP could be their "last big shot".

Coldplay's Chris Martin and Jonny Buckland (r)

Coldplay recently released the holiday-themed song and video "Christmas Lights" and are slated to perform a string of secret dates in the U.K. as part of a homelessness awareness charity campaign. It has taken Coldplay four albums and 10 years to get around to it, but the band have confirmed they are finally on the verge of releasing their "concept" album.

The band have been working with U2 producerBrian Eno, with whom they have "spent a year making a lot of noise."

Martin said that the sound of the album will be markedly different from the grandiose sounds on Coldplay's previous album, Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends. "It's a concept album but it's supposed to be very personal within a big framework

Martin conceded that there had been some false starts: “We spent a year making a lot of noise. You know those things in a fairground where you have bran in a tub and in there are some hidden prizes? That’s sort of where we are at.”

Saturday, 11 December 2010

Coldplay to Pop in

The Christmas Top Of The Pops will head the bill by Coldplay with a one-off performance of their festive single.

Christmas Lights had been released by Coldplay last week and will be seen when the show returns to BBC1 on December 25.

Tinie Tempah, Ellie Goulding, JLS, Cee-lo Green and Scouting For Girls will also appearing on the TOTP special.

The show was axed in 2006 after more than 40 years but it returns for Christmas specials.

Friday, 3 December 2010

Coldplay: New album almost finished

Chris Martin frontman of the band Coldplay has unveiled that the recording of band new album is almost done.

To the band 2008 album Viva La Vida the group is currently working on their new album and Martin said that it is almost completed.

He told UK radio’s Xfm: 'We're waiting for a drumbeat from [drummer] Will tomorrow. Once Will's decided which beat he wants to do on a song – which we don't even have a title for yet – that will drastically speed up the process.'

Speaking on Xfm's evening show, the band confirmed that the untitled album, which is due for release next year, will be “more about the guitars than the piano”.

Talking about guitarist Johnny Buckland, Martin said: 'He's really doing great stuff, it's very exciting to stand next to it.'

Tuesday, 23 November 2010

Coldplay Announce First 2011 Shows

The first European festival dates of 2011 have been confirmed by the band Coldplay.

The band have been signed up to play the German Rock Am Ring and Rock Im Park events, which both take place on June 3-5. Kings Of Leon will also play both festivals.

Coldplay are among the bands rumoured to be headlining Glastonbury Festival next June. They are set for two UK charity gigs next month.

The band are expected to release their new album next year.

Saturday, 13 November 2010

Coldplay Plan Two Secret Gigs This December

According to Coldplay band they have announced two secret Christmas gigs to benefit the needy.The band will only play infront of 1000 people each night, and they will announce there location just a day before appearing.

The tickets for this charity show has been sold out. An additional 200 tickets auction will going to be held as well which includes meet and greet opportunities. Those will take place in the run up to the shows.

All the money generated out of this show will be denoted to the charity.

Coldplay is currently working in the studio on its fifth studio album which, according to, is due to be released early next year. Touring dates are expected to follow.

Wednesday, 3 November 2010

Coldplay A Sleep Inducing Band

According to a new survey, ColdPlay are the band most likely to send people to sleep.Canadian Singer And Irish Singer named Micheal Buble and Snow Patrol is on 2 place and 3 place respectively. Two other names who completed the top 5 numbers inclued Alicia Keys and Jack Johnson

This survey is conducted by Travelodge, It was revealed that about 84% of people listen to there music while they go to bed for sleep,while one in four fall asleep with their iPod on.

About 50% adults were of the view that they get a much better night's sleep if they have listened to music before drifting off.

Stevie Williams, of the Edinburgh Sleep Centre, said that “listening to soft, relaxing music at bedtime leads to a number of different benefits to a night's sleep”.

He continued: ''These benefits include a longer sleep duration period, fewer night time awakenings and shortening of the time it takes to fall asleep.''

Wednesday, 15 September 2010

Coldplay: Delay his new album to 2011

Coldplay band his frondman Chris Martin has verified that there will not be a new album this year. Coldplay fansite is has reported Chris Martin told a fan at a current meet and greet, that "Have still a lot of work to finish," and "There ain't gonna be a release for Christmas now that is for sure."
Fans of Coldplay they will have want and wait his fifth studio album until 2011 from the band since 1999 to be released.

Friday, 13 August 2010

Coldplay Guitar Heroes for iPhone

For the Guitar Hero App for iPhone avtivision are releasing new song packs and iPod touch including three song packs from Motorhead and KISS, plus a pack including songs from Band of Horses, Coldplay and Nada Surf.

In game store available for purchase through the app, the songpacks will contain the following tracks:

Song Pack featuring Band of Horses, Coldplay and Nada Surf • Band of Horses – "Laredo" • Coldplay – "Life In Technicolor II" •Nada Surf – "Weightless"

KISS Song Pack • "Love Gun" • "Lick It Up" • "I Love It Loud"

Motörhead Song Pack • "Iron Fist" • "Ace Of Spades" • "Overkill"

Tuesday, 6 July 2010

After 6 Music is saved Coldplay ecstatic

Fans for supporting their campaign to save BBC 6 Music from closure Coldplay have thanked, insisting they are "very pleased" to have achieved their aim.

Bosses at the alternative station announced plans to shut the station earlier this year in a bid to save money.
But the news infuriated stars including Lily Allen, David Bowie and Jarvis Cocker, who all backed a campaign to stop 6 Music from being pulled.
The station will now stay open after the corporation's chairman rejected proposals to close it earlier this week - and the Yellow hitmakers are ecstatic at the news.
In a post on Coldplay's official website, the band writes, "You might remember that, earlier this year, the BBC announced its plans to close 6 Music, the wonderful radio station which plays a crucial and unique role in British music. We're very pleased to report that the BBC Trust today rejected the station's planned closure. This was largely due to the enormous public opposition to the plans. So, we'd like to offer heartfelt congratulations to everyone at 6 Music and a big thanks to all of you who took the trouble to contact the BBC Trust and voice your opinions."
Former Pulp singer Cocker, who has his own show on 6 Music, also expressed his joy at the announcement, saying, "It's great that everyone's finally agreed with all the arguments to keep it on air. The BBC should be proud of 6 Music it provides something that can't be found anywhere else on the radio. It's been a pleasure to be involved with the station and I'm happy that it'll still be here to do what it does best play music that would otherwise go unnoticed on mainstream radio."

Friday, 2 July 2010

Coldplay kid wants to be Beyoncé

Gwyneth Paltrow’s six-year-old daughter wants to be “Beyoncé Knowles or a baker” when she gets older.

The 37-year-old actress has two children, Apple and four-year-old Moses, with her husband Chris Martin. Apple is a keen singer and loves bread, and so has decided she wants to be a pop star or a baker when she grows up.

“She’s a good singer, really good singer,” Gwyneth said in an interview on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. “She says wants to do concerts like Beyoncé or be a baker so I’m hoping for something somewhere in the middle.

“Although I wouldn’t put her in front of you Ellen on theAmerican Idol stage – you’d crush her!”

Ellen is a judge on the hit singing contest.

Gwyneth and Chris are good friends with Beyoncé and her husband Jay-Z. The couples met at a charity event in New York a few years ago and have been close ever since.

“We just kind of hooked up and become close,” Gwyneth explained. “They are incredible people, very kind and generous. She’s amazing at everything. She’s so good it’s nauseating. She’s so perfect it’s hard to take!”

Gwyneth also spoke about rumours she is planning to expand her family in the near future. She said she would love to have another baby, but would be just as happy if she didn’t.

“I would love to have another child at some point, but I feel so lucky to have two healthy nice ones that I’d be happy with that too,” she said.

Sunday, 20 June 2010

Coldplay : Martin's Lost Photos Returned By Train Staff

COLDPLAY rocker CHRIS MARTIN has been reunited with a handful of private family photos of him and wife GWYNETH PALTROW after his father lost them on a train.
Matt Fearn railway manager recognised the stars when he looked through the snaps, which he found in the pocket of a jacket belonging to Martin's dad Anthony, who had left the coat behind on a train travelling through Devon, England.
Fearn began looking for relatives of Martin, who hails from near by Exeter, and contacted a local newspaper for help.
Martin's grateful dad Anthony responded - and he's now heaping praise on the honest train employee.
Britain's Sunday Express he tells, "I'm very impressed with the initiative of the lost property office and Matt Fearn in special, who thought to rummage around in the pockets to try and identify who the jacket belonged to when it had no name in it.
"I thank him very much for taking the trouble and now I shan't be in the dog house for losing some rather important family photos."

Wednesday, 16 June 2010

COLDPLAY have done a U-turn and allowed their music to be used by hit TV show Glee.

Producers are now busy working on a special episode of the American series featuring the band's tracks.

I can't help feeling their revised decision to now hand over their music must be financially motivated.

Unless Chris's wife GWYNETH PALTROW had a word in his ear.

Let's be honest - it's a show for the girls and the gays.

On paper you can understand why the camp high school musical drama would not seem an obvious choice for Coldplay.

But the series has been a smash hit all over the world and the spin-off albums - three so far - have sold by the truckload.

Writer Ryan had approached the band after the success of a one-off MADONNA special to see if he could do a Coldplay episode too.

But they said no way.

Canadian soft rocker BRYAN ADAMS also turned down the show - and has so far stuck to his guns.

Ryan explained: "At the beginning a lot of people didn't know what we were and asked to see scripts.

"I refused because I didn't want to set the precedent of them having any involvement.

"My favourite rejection was from Bryan Adams

Monday, 14 June 2010

Hit studio for fifth album to Coldplay

Coldplay will return to their recording studio today to finish their fifth album.
The group - consisting of Chris Martin, Jonny Buckland, Guy Berryman and Will Champion - have had several weeks off after spending two months holed up in an abandoned North London church working non stop on the new record.
They are now back at work, and intent on completing their as-yet-unnamed record as soon as possible.
The band members have kept extremely quiet about the style and contents of their new album, but one of their crew members has posted a long message on the topic on the group's website.
The blogger, known only as Roadie #42, said the new tracks are "killer", even though they are not finished.
"The songs haven't assumed their final beautiful form yet but they're a very long way from their skin and bones phase," he wrote. "What's impossible not to conclude is that they have some killer tunes."
Roadie #42 has previously revealed the band had written so much new material, they were struggling to decide what to put on the album.
Coldplay is hoping to release their new record at Christmas.

Friday, 11 June 2010

Coldplay: Berryman Starts Up Antiques Company

COLDPLAY rocker GUY BERRYMAN is set to establish himself as a businessman after launching an antiques dealership.
The bassist has teamed up with his brother Mark, a former chef, to create Berryman's Antiques. His sibling has moved to Sweden to find and restore Scandinavian furniture, which the duo then ships to the U.K.
The brothers then sell the pieces, which include tables, chairs and cabinets, on the internet to make a healthy profit.
A source tells Britain's The Sun newspaper, "Their stuff sells for anything from a few hundred pounds to a few thousand."

Tuesday, 25 May 2010

Coldplay - Coldplay To Take U2'S Glastonbury Slot?

Rockers Coldplay have reportedly been approached to take over U2's headlining slot at the famed Glastonbury festival - after frontman BONO underwent emergency spinal surgery on Friday (21May10).

Organisers of the U.K.'s leading music festival are rushing to find a possible replacement for the Beautiful Day hitmakers after Bono injured his back while preparing for the band's 360 Degree world tour.

Chris Martin and his bandmates are currently working on their next album after wrapping up their Viva La Vida trek - but are said to be considering Glastonbury boss Michael Eavis' offer to play the festival next month (Jun10).

London rapper Dizzee Rascal is also believed to be in consideration for the slot on 25 June (10), according to British newspaper The Sun.

Bono, 50, is said to be recuperating under the care of a sports injury specialist and a neurosurgeon. U2 have scrapped the first show of their North American tour and are expected to make further cancellations due to Bono's back problems.

Wednesday, 31 March 2010

Coldplay to release new Album this Winter.

Coldplay will release a new album in 2010, according to Chris Martin.

The band are currently at work in their own studio, thought to be a converted church, in London. Speaking in a video interview with - which you can watch by clicking below - Martin said he wants to release the album "hopefully this Christmas". He added that the band are being extra security-conscious to make sure their new material doesn't leak online.

There's only two people in the whole building who know how to open all the recording files," Martin explained. "Even we [Coldplay] don't know how to do it. We couldn't even steal our own music at the moment. You would have to be a computer genius and a great burglar to get into the building, and download it, and mix it."

Friday, 19 March 2010

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ColdPlay Biography


Just months after Coldplay released their #1 debut album, Parachutes, in England, they were hailed as Band of the Year 2000 in the music press. How did these four college friends become the poster children for a nation's emotions? It may have happened at the speed of light, but it wasn't as easy as it seems.

Coldplay secured a permanent position in Britain's music elite by writing beautiful, simple songs that gently pulled at the heartstrings of a nation. Somewhere in between the confident, vulnerable guitar playing of Jonny Buckland, the melodic bassline of Guy Berryman, thoughtful drumming of Will Champion, and lead Chris Martin's stark, tenor vocals are answers for the soul. Although melancholy stands behind every Coldplay song, each one is also steeped in an unusual and sincere optimism rarely found in English bands. Songs face an inevitable sadness and yearning - a little thing called being real - to get to a better place where the truth held firm in pure emotion is pivotal. Songs like the remorseful "Trouble," with its memorable piano-line, the lonely "Spies" and mega-hit single "Yellow" reveal a hybrid of lyrics that can only be described as joy and remorse, all wrapped into one. "We just want the songs to reflect reality," says Chris.

In doing so, Coldplay may well be the most profound British act to emerge out of the millennium thus far. No one is more surprised by their popularity than the band. Who knew such an austere and tactile musical existence would lead to such greatness? Yet it has.

It all began when the members of Coldplay met in 1996 - their first week of college (University College London). Two and a half years later, they had their first official band session - a rehearsal in Jonny's bedroom in January of 1998. Jonny and Chris had been working on songs since they met, but the other two members hadn't really been around much until Guy joined the band to play bass just before dropping out of engineering school. The other two stuck with their studies, while also pursuing music.

Tuesday, 23 February 2010


Coldplay have revealed that their fifth studio album is scheduled for release at the end of the year. In an interview with, singer Chris Martin spoke about the follow up to 2008's 'Viva La Vida Or Death & All His Friends', which is reportedly being recorded in a converted church in London."We feel more excited about making music than ever," Martin said of the album, which he added he wants to be released "hopefully this Christmas".The singer added that the band are being extra security-conscious to make sure their new material doesn't leak online."There's only two people in the whole building who know how to open all the recording files," he explained. "Even we [Coldplay] don't know how to do it. We couldn't even steal our own music at the moment. You would have to be a computer genius and a great burglar to get into the building, and download it, and mix it."

Tuesday, 2 February 2010

Coldplay in greatest encore ever ?

Coldplay may have performed one of the greatest ever encores, or so says the charity which benefitted from the English rockers’ largesse last night.

The band performed at a double bill with the Killers late on Wednesday/early on Thursday at a gig following the BRITs music awards in London. While the BRITs was, to put it politely, a somewhat staid affair, the concert was much more rock’n'roll. The Killers stormed through a 45-minute set and the rowdy crowd of 2,000 loved every note. One downer was the nearly hour-long wait for Coldplay, which sucked some of the goodwill out of the air.

They warmed the crowd up again, however, with some older hits including “Yellow”, and then came the interesting bit.

First Coldplay provided the music for Take That’s Gary Barlow as he sang love ballad “Back for Good”, with Martin, one of the world’s biggest rock stars at the moment, on backing vocals. The humble gesture went down a treat. Then to round it all off, Coldplay were joined on stage by Barlow, The Killers, and none other than Bono to sing the finale (The Killers’ All These Things That I’ve Done).

The gig was held to raise money for War Child, a charity aiding child victims of war all over the world. On it’s Website, the charity is daring to suggest it may have been the “the greatest encore ever.