Lollapalooza is probably one of the biggest festivals, ranging from Woodstock took place. Hundreds of groups, thousands of fans ... could be better?
Apparently you can.
Coldplay performed last Friday Lollapalooza this year - the competitors, but on the other side of the park. Muse, a versatile and very popular band, performed on one side of the park, play at the same time. This brings the fans to tear into two crowds: Coldplay, Muse, or six?
Well, those who remained true to their roots Coldplay is a good deal. The fifth album from Coldplay nearing completion, and the fans who have seen their performances have heard a number of new songs. The public could not be happier - I think the only thing that could be better than hearing Christ Martin sing new songs is to hear some of his old stuff too. Oh, wait. It happened.
Sing one of his most popular songs, "Yellow," has attracted fans to come together, each also inspired others. The interpretation of the song was as pristine as when it first hit stereo 10 years.
Other Oldies their hit "Lost" from their last album Viva Vida or Death and all his friends and another classic from their album A Rush of Blood to the Head, "The Scientist".
As the audience of his new album, fans will have to wait a little longer to get the Full Monty. His fifth album is ready for publication the week of October 24, 2011.
Martin also played a memorable tribute to Amy Winehouse, Amy Winehouse hit a popular mix "Rehab," which blended into the song "Fix You", off Coldplay album X & Y.
View and make it even more memorable, fireworks lit up the stage, when their fans rather mythical experience. This is not to say Muse is given stellar performance. Their side of the park seemed just as excited about what they heard. I think it's less than the Battle of the Bands, and more union of all these talented artists.