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.'