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The homage of Phil Collins on Twitter:
At the celebration of the Golden Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II in 2002, Phil took over the drums at Buckingham Palace Garden as part of the "house band". Can you name the other musicians he's performing with? https://t.co/vHViQVciIG
— Phil Collins (@PhilCollinsFeed) 3 giugno 2018
"On the evening of Monday 3 June 2002, in what
is the culmination of the BBC’s UK-wide Music
Live Festival, an incredible line-up of artists will
descend on London to take part in a unique rock
and pop concert in the gardens of Buckingham
Palace. BBC One cameras will be there to
capture all the excitement live on screen.
This fantastic musical party celebrates 50 years
of great British music and includes unique
collaborations, performances of landmark songs
and new arrangements of classic numbers.
Artists from every generation are taking part and, as well as having a strong British contingent, the concert also includes major
international artists who have been inspired by,
or who have influenced, the British music scene.
Artists announced so far include: Blue, Dame
Shirley Bassey, Tony Bennett, Emma Bunton,
Eric Clapton, Phil Collins, The Corrs, Aretha
Franklin, Sir Elton John, Tom Jones, Atomic
Kitten, MIS-TEEQ, Sir Paul McCartney, Annie
Lennox, Rod Stewart, Queen and special guests,
Sir Cliff Richard, S Club 7, founding member of
the Beach Boys, Brian Wilson, and Pop Idol
winner Will Young.
The concerts are being presented by Ben Elton and
Lenny Henry. The show is under the creative
guidance of Beatles producer Sir George Martin
and respected music producer Phil Ramone, and
the musical directorship of acclaimed musician and
composer Michael Kamen.
The Queen’s Concerts – Party At The Palace is
a BBC production for BBC One."
from The BBC Press Release - CLICK HERE FOR PDF