Coldplay gives us a look inside a world where sound and color have been banned. Mylo Xyloto, the hero in the upcoming comic book series, fights with his heart to restore sound and color to his futuristic world.
This episode features music from No Doubt, Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, Demi Lovato and Coldplay.
The same person who directed Adele’s ‘Live at Albert Hall’ show made this one.
Tune in at 8 pm ET/PT and donate to cancer research. Many stars will be answering the phones on Friday night, here’s who else has joined in.
When Coldplay takes to the stage for the Paralympics’ closing ceremony Sunday (September 9), the melodic British rock group will be joined by two high profile artists from the worlds of hip-hop and dance music– Jay-Z and Rihanna.
Soundtracking overwrought cable dramas, inspiring horses to get in the mood for love – is there anything the music of Coldplay can’t do?
“To make it not just a story about music, but a story about the power of creativity and the power of having a creative voice, which has always been a strong theme for the band,” says comic artist Mark Osborne.
Carrie Underwood has been taking the U.K. by storm, making new fans, giving interviews (some controversial), popping by 10 Downing Street, doing touristy stuff, and attending parties. And on Thursday night (June 20) she made […]
If you’ve been to a Coldplay show in the last year, you’ve probably seen the lovely, sparkling wristbands they’ve been handing out to their crowds. However, they’re finding dramatic holes in their pocket when the fans keep the devices and go home.
On Friday, news broke of the Beastie Boys’ Adam Yauch’s passing after a difficult battle with cancer. Later that evening, at the historic Hollywood Bowl in LA, Coldplay performed a touching version of the Beastie Boys’ “(You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (To Party).”