Hal ini disampaikan oleh Michael Eavis, pendiri gelaran musik tahunan paling akbar di Negeri Ratu Elizabeth tersebut baru-baru ini. The likelihood of the newly reconciled music makers hitting one of the Glastonbury stages seems a real possibility and anthem Sweet Child of Mine would go down well with any crowd. The Foos were playing at Gothenburg in Sweden two weeks ago (12 June), when Grohl fell a great height from the stage during 'Monkey Wrench'. We urge you to turn off your ad blocker for The Telegraph website so that you can continue to access our quality content in the future. We’ve got Coldplay on the Sunday night, and even Jeff Lynne’s ELO. Shangri-La will see a set by Mark Ronson and Tame Impala's Kevin Parker, which leaves room for a secret gig by the Australian group if Parker can get his bandmates on board. This is a call! The Foo Fighters are riding their sonic highway right into Queens. More about: Foo FightersGlastonbury Festival. When asked in an interview for Radio Four's Today programme if he would consider playing the festival, John replied: "I've never been asked... so I can't answer that question until they ask me.". Although they won't be in the top slot, Stone Roses would still make a for a storming warm-up for either Muse or Coldplay. They promised they'll be back, and with no current touring commitments, it's looking highly possible that the band could make a sneaky appearance. Little Mix, Confetti, review: more of the same, but who's complaining? I'm going to fix my leg. Singer Orlando Weekes told us: ‘Hugo [White, the band’s guitarist] has a reputation for revealing our plans when he’s not supposed to but we’ve told him to remain tight lipped tonight. Marcus Mumford and co might not be on the official line up, but Baba Maal, who they recently collaborated with, is. Chris Martin has been vocal about his excitement for Glastonbury 2016, but so maybe they will have to share the limelight once again with Beyoncé. It doesn't look likely, with Emily Eavis telling the Guardian: "There’s no planned Radiohead gig at the moment. But, who's to say she won't fancy a surprise sing-song while she's there? Eavis refused to reveal who those bands are – but the likes of Radiohead and Muse are among the bookies’ favourites to headline this year’s festival. Ever since Chris Evans whispered the name of one of the headline acts into Mark Owens' ear live on TFI Friday, people have been trying to work out whose name was said. The source is quoted as saying, "Michael was quick to book him for next year as he's desperate for the Foos to headline. Mrs Carter proved that she has what it takes to play the Pyramid Stage in 2011, so we live in hope that she could be making a surprise return to Worthy Farm. Here's hoping his absence will encourage Coldplay to invite former collaborators Beyoncé or Rihanna up instead. One thing is for certain: they are far more likely candidates than arch-rivals Oasis, as Noel Gallagher continues to insist the band won't be reforming any time soon. And then I'm going to come back. The British rockers are thought to have signed a deal to join Coldplay and Foo Fighters as headliners across the 2016 weekend. Could they turn up to offer their old friend a bit of on-stage support? 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Foo Fighters have reportedly been booked to headline Glastonbury 2016 after the band were forced to pull out of this year's slot when Dave Grohl broke his leg. The Foo Fighters will headline Britain’s Glastonbury Festival on June 26th. Personally I’d love to have them play next year but at the moment there’s no confirmation, so we’ll have to see.”. View and share your memories of the Foo Fighters' 25 years of rock and roll She stole the show at the Super Bowl half time show this year, despite Coldplay supposedly being the headline act. The band hasn’t performed at Glastonbury since 1998. The hard-rocking Grammy award winners will play a show on July 16, 2015, at CitiField. Axl Rose and Slash have put aside their differences to headline Coachella festival in the USA this April. Maybe after dropping this hint, the veteran pop star will be invited – he'd certainly be a hit with Glastonbury revellers if Dolly Parton's slot last year is anything to go by. Sheeran has since put an end to any hopes he would play Glasto 2016, at least until he has made album number three. But just because the headliners are booked, it doesn't mean there aren't still surprises to be found down on Worthy Farm. They've also got some new material to tout thanks to the release of A Moon Shaped Pool online earlier this month. The news was pleasant for many, but not entirely surprising. ", According to a source for The Sun, one of those three headliners booked for next year is Foo Fighters. Stone Roses thrilled fans by announcing three new gigs earlier this year. Although one man and his guitar might seem an unlikely headline act for a major festival, Sheeran has more than proved he can capture massive crowds in the past. However, with just days to go before the festival opens, The Sun reports that Gibb has been forced to stay home in Florida after a family illness. We rely on advertising to help fund our award-winning journalism. There had been a noticeable gap in Adele's tour schedule around Glastonbury, and organisers Michael and Emily Eavis had said that all three of this year's headline acts will are British, ruling out candidates including Beyoncé, Guns n Roses and most significantly of all, the Foo Fighters, who were forced to pull out of last year's festival when Dave Grohl broke his leg. But obviously we would love to have Radiohead back. While medics tended to Grohl backstage, the rest of the band played on with covers sung by drummer Taylor Hawkins, before Grohl came back with his leg in a cast to perform 'All My Life'. 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You have my promise right now that the Foo Fighters - we're going to come back and finish the show.". Although early reports suggested that the last remaining Bee Gee would be joining Jeff Lynne's ELO for the Sunday tea-time slot on the Pyramid Stage, it was thought by some that Gibb would be getting on the main stage a little later – to duet with Chris Martin on "a medley of Gibb's greatest hits". 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He is said to have fallen between a gap between a ramp and the audience, tumbling to the ground. ‘I’m not ruling anything out – you’d have to ask him if you want to know.’, MORE : There’s a petition to cancel Coldplay’s Glastonbury 2016 headlining slot, MORE : Beyonce to headline Glastonbury with Coldplay? Foo Fighters donate prize to raffle raising money for out-of-work staff at Soho rock bar 25/09/2020 Denmark: More than 200 people diagnosed with mink-related coronavirus Radiohead's other UK dates this year so far are three small gigs at London's Roundhouse - and so few fans managed to get tickets even frontman Thom Yorke shared his ire about the situation. Apparently Stone Roses are one of the few bands still on Michael Eavis' wishlist to play the Pyramid Stage. Instead, the festival is set to be headlined by THREE British bands, with Coldplay already announced for the Sunday night of the Worthy Farm bash.
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