Coldplay leading the People on tour
Coldplay has added four more U.S. shows to its Viva La Vida North American tour: October 29 in Boston, MA, at TD Banknorth Gardens; October 31 in Washington, DC, at Verizon Center; November 1 in Philadelphia, PA, at the Wachovia Center; and November 5 in Atlanta, GA, at Phillips Arena.
The band launched the first leg of its North American tour on July 14-15 with a pair of sold out shows at The Forum in Los Angeles, CA. The first leg of their world tour wrapped on July 30. Before returning to the States at the end of October, Coldplay will tour Europe beginning on September 1 in Strasbourg, France.
On August 10th, Coldplay were joined onstage by Alicia Keys, who played piano on ‘Clocks’ as the band closed the final night of Japanese festival Summer Sonic.
Coldplay frontman Chris Martin said Alicia Keys is the most beautiful woman on the planet except for his wife, Gwyneth Paltrow. During the track, Martin changed the lyrics so he could say that he’s “sitting on the piano with Alicia Keys”.
French Romantic painting by Eugène Delacroix, ‘Liberty Leading The People’ is used as the band’s album artwork for recent release of Viva La Vida Or Death And All His Friends. During their concerts the band is dressed in costumes aping the style of French revolutionaries.
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