SO MANY COOL THINGS HAPPENED IN SEPTEMBER THIS YEAR
Here Is Some of them
Rihanna Joined Coldplay on the 2nd September @ Stade de France in Paris, France
for two songs during their live show at the Stade de France in Paris, France , The Concert Was Used In Coldplay's Live 2012 Tour Film
Other Tour Dates
4 Cologne, Germany @ Rheinenergie Stadium
6 The Hague, Netherlands @ Malieveld
7 Los Angeles, US @ Shrine Auditorium (Stand Up To Cancer)
12 Munich, Germany @ Olympiastadion
14 Leipzig, Germany @ Red Bull Stadium
16 Prague, Czech Republic @ Slavia Eden Stadium
19 Warsaw, Poland @ National Stadium
22 Hannover, Germany @ AWD Arena
Coldplay Win Best Rock Video For Paradise At MTV Video Music Awards 2012
Here's a video of the winners
The VMAs 2012 took place a theStaples Center in Los Angeles on the 6th of September.
PARA PARA PARALYMPICS !!
On the 9th Of September 2012 Coldplay Performed One of the Biggest Shows In Their Career. Marking the end of an amazing summer of Olympic and Paralympic achievement .Coldplay Performed in the Ceremony Named Festival Of Flame With a Cast Of 1,200 People .The ceremony also included appearances by pop star Rihanna and Rapper Jay-Z as well as the parade of athletes and the passing of the Paralympic flag to the Mayor of Rio de Janeiro. The Ceremony Was Watched By A Peak Of 7.7 Million People
Sales Of Coldplay Music Boost Up After Amazing Paralympic Performace
of Coldplay’s singles, four were already in the top 200. Apart from Princess of China, Paradise is at Number 40 after being on the cusp of exiting the top 100, Fix You is at 74, up 97 places, and Viva La Vida has surged 148 places from 192 to 44.
Five others have re-entered the chart. Yellow, a song released in 2000, has risen to number 58 from outside the top 200, The Scientist to 60, Charlie Brown is at 87, and Every Tear Is A Waterfall is at 93.
Mylo Xyloto, the group’s latest album, is their highest overall entry at number 6, and both 2002’s A Rush Of Blood To The Head and Coldplay’s 2000 debut album, Parachutes, re-enter the chart from outside the top 200 at 53 and 61 respectively.
The band’s 2005 album X&Y is up 131 places from 194 to 63, and Viva La Vida Or Death And All His Friends climbs 138 places from Number 186 to 48.
Coldplay At No.1 Billboard's Top Grossing Tours
Coldplay Hit the Top Of The Billboard's Top Grossing Tours At The Time With $99.7 Million Dollars For Their Mylo Xyloto Tour
Coldplay Leaves EMI After Universal Takeover
Top acts including Kylie Minogue and Coldplay are being ditched by EMI as part of its takeover by French rival Universal Music.
As a result Britain will no longer boast an international music brand. EU and US regulators, which agreed the deal yesterday, said the new group would have to sell a large chunk of its acts as it could hurt competition.
Universal Music Group won approval Friday from American and European regulators to buy the famed British music company EMI, including the hugely lucrative Beatles catalogue.
But the EU imposed stringent restrictions on the deal, forcing Universal to sell some of EMI's biggest acts, such as Coldplay and Pink Floyd.
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