The ceremony featured a “Symphony of British Music” over the last 50 years, which included a mega-set by The Who; a touch of Queen, Pink Floyd and The Kinks; five songs by the Beatles (though no Beatles performed in the ceremony); and the first performance in years by the reunited Spice Girls.
Sheeran fueled speculation that other members of the legendary group would when he told an Australian radio station that he was performing with Mason but “they’re trying to get someone else” from the band to join them.
The Olympics Closing Ceremony rumor mill has run the gamut, with talk of many iconic British acts taking the stage for what’s being touted as a celebration of British music in the last 50 years. Many names have come up, but never has Pink Floyd’s – until now.
Attribute it to the power of friendship, or maybe just the power of money, but even rock’s most bitter breakups have often resulted in reunions. Let’s take a look at the five most surprising reconciliations in the classic rock world.
Can you believe that these movies are 30 years old! I must say, some of my favorite movies came out in 1982. Darn, now I want popcorn! Rocky III Fast Times at Ridgemont […]
Summer’s here, which means the time is right for dancing in the seats (or on the lawn, if you’re on a tight budget) under the stars. As the temperature rises, rock, pop and country tours […]
Last night, CBS’s 60 Minutes profiled former Pink Floyd frontman Roger Waters, discussing, among other things, his mega-successful “Wall” tour. Waters spoke with CBS’s Steve Kroft about the enduring appeal of Pink Floyd’s The Wall […]
The inside story of one of rock’s landmark LPs is coming to DVD and Blu Ray. Pink Floyd The Story Of Wish You Were Here, featuring new interviews with band members Roger Waters, David Gilmour […]
Last night at London’s O2 Arena (part of [lastfm]Roger Waters[/lastfm]‘ current The Wall Live Tour), the three surviving members of [lastfm]Pink Floyd[/lastfm] came together for a rare on-stage collaboration, their third in as many decades. […]
Because so much of the classic-rock canon comes from the 1970s, it’s pretty easy to pick any random week of that decade and point to one or more songs or albums that were all over […]