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Kennedy Stadium in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States (attended by about 100,000 people).[1]. "Did Live Aid do more harm than good?". ^ Youngs, Ian (27 August 2004). Judas Priest - "Living After Midnight" 75. It made us look like loonies".[45]. Watch and remember. "30 fun facts for the 30th birthday of Live Aid". Aside from his own set at both venues, he also played the drums for Eric Clapton, and played with the reuniting surviving members of Led Zeppelin at JFK. "Jam Master Jay" "King Of Rock" 10:27 Rick Springfield "Love Somebody" "State of the Heart" "Human Touch" 10:47 REO Speedwagon "Can't Fight This Feeling" "Roll With the Changes" 11:12 Crosby, Stills and Nash "Southern Cross" "Teach Your Children" "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes" 11:29 Judas Priest "Living After Midnight" "The Green Manalishi (With The Two-Pronged Crown)" "You've Got Another Thing Comin'" 12:01 Bryan Adams "Kids Wanna Rock" "Summer of '69" "Tears Are Not Enough" "Cuts Like a Knife" 12:39 The Beach Boys "California Girls" "Help Me, Rhonda" "Wouldn't It Be Nice" "Good Vibrations" "Surfin' U.S.A." 13:26 George Thorogood and the Destroyers (with Bo Diddley and Albert Collins) "Who Do You Love?" (with Bo Diddley) "The Sky Is Crying" "Madison Blues" (with Albert Collins) 14:05 Simple Minds "Ghost Dancing" "Don't You (Forget About Me)" "Promised You a Miracle" 14:41 Pretenders "Time the Avenger" "Message of Love" "Stop Your Sobbing" "Back on the Chain Gang" "Middle of the Road" 15:21 Santana (with Pat Metheny) "Brotherhood" "Primera Invasion" "Open Invitation" "By the Pool" "Right Now" 15:57 Ashford & Simpson (with Teddy Pendergrass) "Solid" "Reach Out and Touch (Somebody's Hand)" (with Teddy Pendergrass) 16:27 Madonna (with Thompson Twins and Nile Rodgers) "Holiday" "Into the Groove" "Love Makes The World Go Round" (with Thompson Twins and Nile Rodgers) 17:02 Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers "American Girl" "The Waiting" "Rebels" "Refugee" 17:30 Kenny Loggins "Footloose" 17:39 The Cars "You Might Think" "Drive" "Just What I Needed" "Heartbeat City" 18:06 Neil Young "Sugar Mountain" "The Needle and the Damage Done" "Helpless" "Nothing Is Perfect (In God's Perfect Plan)" "Powderfinger" 18:42 The Power Station "Murderess" "Get It On" 19:21 Thompson Twins (with Madonna, Steve Stevens and Nile Rodgers) "Hold Me Now" "Revolution" (with Madonna, Steve Stevens and Nile Rodgers) 19:38 Eric Clapton "White Room" "She's Waiting" "Layla" 20:00 Phil Collins "Against All Odds (Take a Look at Me Now)" "In the Air Tonight" 20:10 Led Zeppelin "Rock and Roll" "Whole Lotta Love" "Stairway to Heaven" 20:39 Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young "Only Love Can Break Your Heart" "Daylight Again/Find The Cost of Freedom" 20:46 Duran Duran "A View to a Kill" "Union of the Snake" "Save a Prayer" "The Reflex" 21:20 Patti LaBelle "New Attitude" "Imagine" "Forever Young" "Stir It Up" "Over the Rainbow" "Why Can't I Get It Over" 21:50 Hall & Oates (with Eddie Kendricks and David Ruffin) "Out of Touch" "Maneater" "Get Ready" (with Eddie Kendricks) "Ain't Too Proud to Beg" (with David Ruffin) "The Way You Do the Things You Do" "My Girl" (with Eddie Kendricks and David Ruffin) 22:15 Mick Jagger Hall & Oates Eddie Kendricks David Ruffin (with Tina Turner) "Lonely At the Top" "Just Another Night" "Miss You" "State Of Shock" (with Tina Turner) "It's Only Rock 'n Roll (But I Like It)" (with Tina Turner) 22:39 Bob Dylan Keith Richards Ronnie Wood "Ballad of Hollis Brown" "When the Ship Comes In" "Blowin' in the Wind" 22:55 USA for Africa "We Are the World" .

^ a b c Geldof, Bob (1986). The O'Reilly Factor. In addition, the transatlantic broadcast from Wembley Stadium suffered technical problems and failed during the Who's performance of their song "My Generation", immediately after Roger Daltrey sang "Why don't you all fade." (the last word was cut off when a blown fuse caused the Wembley stage TV feed to temporarily fail).[2] The Who played with Kenney Jones on drums and it was their first performance since they'd officially disbanded after their 1982 'farewell' tour. Thus, the concert continued for just over 16 hours, but since many artists' performances were conducted simultaneously in Wembley and JFK, the total concert's length was much longer. Retrieved 4 August 2015.

Liveaid.free.fr. ^ "He's buying a stairlift to heaven". Some of those involved in Northern Lights were actually quoted as saying that their managers told them to get down to the recording sessions because it would be a good career move! What a farce!"[38]. In Europe, the feed was supplied by the BBC, whose broadcast was presented by Richard Skinner, Andy Kershaw, Mark Ellen, David Hepworth, Andy Batten-Foster, Steve Blacknell, Paul Gambaccini, Janice Long, Mike Smith and Martina Duffy and included numerous interviews and chats in between the various acts. Since the official DVD release of Live Aid includes only partial footage of this event, unofficial distribution sources continue to be the only source of the most complete recordings of this event.

Peter, Paul and Mary were to have joined Bob Dylan for a rendition of "Blowing In The Wind" since they had recorded a cover version in the 1960s but Dylan called the organizers a few days before the show saying that he would play with Ronnie Wood and Keith Richards instead (ironically, Bill Wyman apparently told Geldof before not to approach the Stones because Keith doesnt give a fuck).[31] Stewart was not touring at the time and was ultimately unable to put together a band in time for the concert as was Billy Joel who actually did not like the idea of performing solo in front of such a big stadium audience. Uplinger came up with the idea to produce a four-hour video edit of Live Aid to distribute to those countries without the necessary satellite equipment to rebroadcast the live feed.[7]. Elton John - "Benny And The Jets" 60. v t e TCA Award for Outstanding Achievement in Movies, Miniseries and Specials The Burning Bed (1985) Live Aid (1986) Robin Williams: An Evening at the Met (1987) Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam (1988) What's Alan Watching? (1989) Sammy Davis Jr.'s 60th Anniversary Celebration (1990) The Civil War (1991) Billy Crystal 64th Academy Awards (1992) Fallen Champ: The Untold Story of Mike Tyson (1993) Prime Suspect III (1994) Baseball (1995) Pride and Prejudice (1996) Bastard out of Carolina (1996) From the Earth to the Moon (1998) Joan of Arc (1999) The Corner (2000) Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows (2001) Band of Brothers (2002) Taken (2003) Angels in America (2004) The Office: Christmas Special (2005) No Direction Home (2006) Planet Earth (2007) John Adams (2008) Grey Gardens (2009) The Pacific (2010) Sherlock (2011) Downton Abbey, series 2 (2012) Behind the Candelabra (2013) True Detective, season 1 (2014) The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst (2015) The People v. Depeche Mode, one of the most successful English bands of the 1980s, was not invited. Howard Jones - "Hide And Seek" 23. Bob Dylan with Keith Richards & Ron Wood - "Blowing In The Wind" 99.

Hall & Oates with Eddie Kendricks & David Ruffin - "Ain't Too Proud To Beg" 93. ^ Youngs, Ian (3 March 2004). juli 1985. Simple Minds - "(Don't You) Forget About Me" 47. Retrieved 14 January 2013. Marketed and distributed, under exclusive licence by Warner Vision Australia. Richard Skinner opened the show and introduced Charles, Prince of Wales and Diana, Princess of Wales Tommy Vance introduced Coldstream Guards, Status Quo, The Style Council, The Boomtown Rats, Nik Kershaw, U2 and Dire Straits Harvey Goldsmith introduced Adam Ant Andy Peebles introduced Spandau Ballet, Elvis Costello, Noel Edmonds, Howard Jones, Bryan Ferry, Paul Young, Griff Rhys Jones with Mel Smith and David Bowie Noel Edmonds introduced Sting with Phil Collins Griff Rhys Jones, Mel Smith, John Duffy and Martina Duffy introduced Queen Jack Nicholson, Tommy Vance and Martina Duffy introduced The Who Billy Connolly introduced Elton John John Hurt introduced Freddie Mercury and Brian May . Retrieved 7 November 2016. Copyright (c) – Woodcharm Ltd. King - "Rock Me Baby" 6. cf4ac695ea
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