Hurricane Sandy effected the entire Tri-state area around New York City, leaving millions without power and displaced from their homes. The storm, which touched down around Halloween, is still at the forefront of our minds.
Pop stars did their part and performed at the largely classic rock-leaning 12-12-12 concert event that took place at New York City's Madison Square Garden on Dec. 12. Kanye West and Alicia Keys were on hand to lend their talents for good, as was Coldplay frontman Chris Martin.
The Jonas Brothers are playing select shows together once again and treating their fans to covers of hit songs by other artists. In recent concerts in Los Angeles, the trio put their own spin on songs by Bruno Mars, Coldplay and Frank Ocean.
Even after a year and a half of non-stop touring, Chris Martin isn't ready to leave the road, but during the final Australian show of Coldplay's Mylo Xyloto Tour, he acknowledged that the band won't be touring again for a while.
By now, Coldplay fans worldwide are probably set to watch the band on television, online, and on apps during their 'Live 2012' tour film, brought to us by Epix. The premiere of the original concert event will air on Nov. 17 and will be made available for purchase on Nov. 20, and with this clip of the band performing 'Hurts Like Heaven,' it looks as thought everyone prepping for the final viewing will be in for a helluva night.
Jay-Z and Coldplay will ring in the new year with a New Year's Eve concert on Dec. 31 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. This will be the second time the dynamic duo has celebrated the new year onstage together -- their first being in 2010 in Las Vegas.
Coldplay's 'Mylo Xyloto' album was created based on a single visual image, a burst of color amidst a dark world. That's according to guitarist Jonny Buckland, who describes the record and its corresponding tour in a new clip from the band's upcoming 'Live 2012' concert film and album.
Coldplay brought their French fans a pretty awesome surprise: Rihanna! The Bajan beauty joined the band onstage in Paris for their duet, 'Princess of China,' as well as a performance of a ballad version of her own breakthrough hit, 'Umbrella.'
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