The producers from HBO’s Game of Thrones recently confirmed that musician Ed Sheeran will make a cameo appearance on the 7th season of the hit show.
Beyoncé, Madonna and Coldplay are among the artists to sign an open letter marking International Women's Day on this "critical moment in history."
Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock for the past 24 hours, you know Beyoncé is pregnant with twins. Queen B took over everything yesterday after she posted a photo letting the world know that she and Jay Z are expecting. For a while yesterday, it felt like the world stopped and focused only on Beyoncé’s announcement — Trump who?
Such was the case this weekend in Melbourne when Coldplay frontman Chris Martin welcomed two fans onstage for a planned proposal on Lonardo Tanno’s behalf. Unfortunately, Martin plucked the wrong lady out of the audience, which made for a few moments of discomfort. Martin got all swept up in excitement (“I’m a sucker for this sh*t, I can’t say no”), which led to one puzzled woman, and when Martin realized the mistake, he hilariously asked, “What the f*ck are you doing here?” Within moments, the correct lady (Felicia Lie) soon materialized so that Tanno could get down on bended knee and perform the customary proposal gestures.
Now it seems Coldplay are the new Eagles, as they have become the target of a similar backlash. Thankfully, nobody died this time, but the band is under the glare of the spotlight after playing the world’s biggest stage – the Super Bowl halftime show – and inviting guests Bruno Mars and Beyoncé, who basically upstaged Coldplay at the band’s highest-profile show ever. Like the Eagles, Coldplay specialize in light and inoffensive mainstream rock that’s far from the cutting-edge.
Coldplay shares the new video, “Hymn For The Weekend,” their song featuring Beyonce taken from 2015’s A Head Full Of Dreams. Filmed in Mumbai, India, the clip is filled with colors from all across the spectrum and matches the upbeat vibe of the song itself as frontman Chris Martin leads the way and Queen Bey’s dreamy vocals add to the affair. Bollywood star Sonam Kapoor also makes a cameo appearance.
Chris Martin has shared this David Bowie story before, but in the wake of the singer's death, it's too good not to hear again.
Coldplay will snap their string of four consecutive #1 albums when their new release, A Head Full of Dreams, enters the Billboard 200 chart at #2, behind Adele’s blockbuster 25. And it won’t even be close. Coldplay’s album is expected to sell in 190K range in its first week. Adele’s album will sell about 625K in its third week.
Bruce Springsteen: The Ties That Bind: The River Collection (Columbia / Legacy) In the current world of non-stop reissued album and film classics, there are a few names guaranteed to ring cash registers and satisfy salivating customers worldwide. Among them are the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd and, indeed, Bruce Springsteen, whose ultimate claim to fame may be less his actual music than the degree of fervent affection his lifelong fans feel for him.
Tonight at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET, Yahoo Live with live stream Coldplay’s iHeartRadio Album Release Party for A Head Full of Dreams. Click HERE to watch!
On Thursday, Dec. 3, at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET, Yahoo Live with live stream Coldplay’s iHeartRadio Album Release Party for A Head Full of Dreams. Click HERE to watch!
On Thursday, Dec. 3, at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET, Yahoo Live with live stream Coldplay’s iHeartRadio Album Release Party for ‘A Head Full of Dreams.’ Click HERE to watch!
On Thursday, Dec. 3, at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET, Yahoo Live will live stream Coldplay’s iHeartRadio Album Release Party for ‘A Head Full of Dreams.’ Click HERE to watch!
Old pals, Chris Martin and Beyoncé, collaborate on “Hymn on the Weekend” for Coldplay’s forthcoming album. Coldplay collaborations can be a shocker (see: “Lost” featuring Jay Z and the Chris Martin and Kanye West duet “Champion”). Frontman Chris Martin recently opened up to The Wall Street Journal about the group’s track featuring Beyoncé called “Hymn on the Weekend,” a song that was born out of his desire to create a club track.
New Yorkers, world leaders and celebrities alike and joined together on Saturday (Sept. 26) for the 2015 Global Citizen Fest. Each year, Global Citizen Fest brings awareness to social issues through high-profile speakers and musical performances – this year featured Beyonce, Coldplay, Pearl Jam, Ed Sheeran, Tori Kelly, and more. These were some of the many highlights. Global Citizen Festival 2015: Watch the Live Stream 3:00 p.m.
There aren’t many rock singers that could replace Bono, but at a surprise U2 concert at New York’s Times Square Monday night, held to commemorate World AIDS Day, these guys were willing to give it a try.