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    Chris Martin streaming on live radio & Chris' top acoustics

    Chris Martin streaming on live radio.


    The upcoming secret show will not be Chris Martin's only live event next week! Chris is set to appear on US radio station, Fresh 102.7 on Thursday 7th, one day after his live and mainly family and friends show in New York. Fresh FM describe the event as "an acoustic performance of some of Coldplay’s songs from their latest album “Ghost Stories” for a select crowd of lucky fans". This Chris Martin performance is likely to be streamed via Fresh 102.7. There will be more information closer to the time!


    A lucky fan will be in for a chance to meet Chris Martin himself at the Fresh 102.7 studios. Enter here.


    Chris Martin streaming on live radio


    Another Chris Martin appearance which will be aired via Satellite radio will take place on Wednesday 6th August! It is believed to be another show exclusively for Sirius but we don't know the exact information just yet other than it will be available to stream live (audio) and on the day, Coldplayers who are not subscribers will be best informed by watching our forums for any listening points available.


    US Coldplayers can win tickets for the Sirius radio show here!


    (thank you to gai and Greengoose)


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    Chris Martin's top acoustic performances


    The great people at Fresh 102.7 FM have compiled a list of Chris Martin's top acoustic performances over the years. Enjoy fellow Coldplayers, the are many gems to delightfully watch!


    Viva La Vida


    Off of Coldplay’s fourth studio album “Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends,” this song is arguably Coldplay’s most popular song. Released in 2008, it is still being played on the radio six years later. This specific acoustic performance is extremely special to the New York City area, as it is from 12-12-12: The Concert For Sandy Relief.





    With the combination of the talents of two members of great rock bands, you are bound to get a pretty good acoustic performance. Chris Martin was joined by Oasis’ Noel Gallagher to perform Coldplay’s successful hit “Yellow.”






    This one is a bit of a throwback, but it could not be ignored. Chris Martin performed an acoustic version of one of Coldplay’s earlier hits “Trouble.” This song comes off of their 2000 studio album “Parachute.”


    Tut tut, "Parachutes"!




    Fix You


    Joined by band mate Jonny Buckland, Chris Martin sang an acoustic version of “Fix You” for charity. From their third studio album “X&Y,” “Fix You” is one of Coldplay’s most beautifully produced songs.





    The success of Coldplay’s music has not dwindled since the beginning of their career. “Paradise” is one of their newer hits, released in 2011. Chris Martin performs the song acoustically, and flawlessly, on the piano.

    Chris also utilized the success of “Paradise” to experiment with featuring different genres. He has performed the song live with Rihanna and rapper Jay Z.



    Every Teardrop is a Waterfall


    Again, band mate Jonny Buckland teamed up with Chris Martin for an acoustic performance of the hit song “Every Teardrop Is a Waterfall.” The song is featured on Coldplay’s studio album “Mylo Xyloto,” and was chosen as the first single, leading to its success.



    Wedding Bells


    While Chris Martin mostly sings Coldplay’s best hits, in this acoustic performance he sang an unreleased song. “Wedding Bells” was meant to be on “Mylo Xyloto” alongside “Every Teardrop Is a Waterfall” and “Paradise,” but it unfortunately did not make the cut.





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