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Michael J. Fox details ‘f–king mind-blowing’ experience of playing with Coldplay at Glastonbury Festival

after his surprise appearance at Coldplay’s electric Glastonbury set over the weekend.The beloved actor, who has been battling Parkinson’s Disease since 1991, left fans delighted after he appeared onstage in front of a 120,000-strong crowd at the annual music festival in England, UK.The “Back to the Future” star joined the band for two of their songs during the encore section, where frontman Chris Martin launched into a freestyle riff in the middle of their 2021 hit “Humankind.”Calling the experience “f–king mind-blowing,” the actor thanked the 7-time Grammy-winning band for having him on.“Glastonbury, all the love and thanks to the @coldplay team who took such great care of us,” Fox, 63, wrote on Instagram Sunday. “And many thanks to Chris, Will, Johnny, Guy and Phil.” “Oh yeah in case you were wondering…it was f–king mind-blowing.

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Bob Dylan plays set of surprise ’50s covers and deep cuts on ‘Outlaw Music Festival Tour’ opener
Bob Dylan kicked off the ‘Outlaw Music Festival Tour’ this weekend with a typically unpredictable setlist of ‘50s blues and country covers and deep cuts – watch footage below.The music icon has garnered a reputation for idiosyncratic setlist choices – fans in Atlanta and Charlotte were once again caught off guard by his decision to indulge in choice cuts from years gone by over fan favourites.The opening night included versions of Willie Dixon’s ‘My Babe’, Chuck Berry’s ‘Little Queenie’ and Hank Williams’ ‘Cold, Cold Heart’, as well as four separate songs from his own 2012 album ‘Tempest’, including ‘Long And Wasted Years’ and ‘Scarlet Town’.Now he’s ripping up Little Queenie. What is happening??— Ray Padgett (@rayfp) June 22, 2024Best song yet— Ray Padgett (@rayfp) June 22, 2024That set also included more classic Dylan cuts such as ‘Simple Twist Of Fate’ and ‘Things Have Changed’, while the second night in Charlotte also included ‘Ballad Of A Thin Man’, ‘I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight’ and ‘Highway 61 Revisited’.The curious inclusion of songs from the ‘Tempest’ album was further highlighted after fans spotted T-shirts promoting the album’s 2012 tour on sale at the festival’s merch booth.The Bob Dylan shirt onsale last night was for “Tempest Tour 2012.” They’re new; it says “c2024” on the back.