The British rock band Coldplay denied reports that it was planning two “peace concerts” for Israelis and Palestinians in November.
The British rock band Coldplay will play two “peace concerts” for Israelis and Palestinians. The concerts, set for Nov. 3 and 4, will be performed at an outdoor location north of the Dead Sea, Israel’s Channel 2 reported Monday.
Coldplay fans are not happy. The band fronted by Chris Martin has come under fire after posting a link to a “Freedom for Palestine” video by the band OneWorld on their Facebook page.
London’s spectacular summer of sports was brought to a close with a stunning display of fireworks over the Olympic Park and Stadium on Sunday. Coldplay and an all-star support cast brought the curtain down on the most-watched and best-attended Paralympic Games of all time, ending a six-week-long festival of sport in the British capital that began with the hugely successful Olympics.
She’s been having trouble making up her mind, but Gwyneth Paltrow now says she wants to raise her children Jewish.
Coldplay appears to have changed its mind about the Arab-Israeli conflict — at least when it gets in the way of promoting the band’s latest single.
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Coldplay is getting into some serious “Trouble” with its Jewish and pro-Israel fanbase. (See what we did there?)
A former bad boy of Israeli rock is set to perform his first concert pro Bono.