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Luno - Never Let Me Down Again (Unplugged) / Depeche Mode Cover/


Czech band Luno perform a stripped down live acoustic cover of Depeche Mode's 1987 single 'Never Let Me Down Again'. Their rendition appears on their latest album release 'Close To Silence', out now on Indies Scope.

Depeche Mode - Should Be Higher (Live)


Depeche Mode perform a live rendition of their latest single 'Should Be Higher'; taken from their 2013 album 'Delta Machine'. The album reached number two on the UK charts following it's release, and went Platinum in three countries.

Picture - Martin Gore - Dave Gahan... Milan Italy, Thursday 20th February 2014

Martin Gore - Dave Gahan of Depeche Mode performs at the Mediolanum forum on February 20, 2014 in Milan, Italy - Milan, Italy - Thursday 20th February 2014

Arcade Fire Confirmed As First Headlining Act For Glastonbury 2014


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Arcade Fire are officially headliners at Glastonbury 2014! After much speculation and finger crossing, the Canadian alt-rockers have been confirmed as the first headline act for 2014's outing at Worth Farm in Somerset next June.

Arcade Fire
Arcade Fire will headline Glasto for the first time

The band confirmed their billing themselves, taking to Twitter to reveal a list of European dates due to take place in the same week at the end of June. As well as the stop off at Worthy Farm, AF will also be paying Rock In Roma and Villa Franca Di Verona a visit, as well as headlining a show at Marlay Park in Dublin. The band's own announcement was later followed up by a tweet from festival organiser Emily Eavis, with a statement from the festival's own Twitter page reading: "We're very pleased to announce that Arcade Fire will headline the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury 2014 on Friday 27th June."

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Bon Jovi Record Highest Earning World Tour Of 2013


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Bon Jovi made over $205m (£125m) collectively over the last twelve months of being on tour; an impressive amount by all means, ensuring they finish 2013 as the highest grossing touring group of the year. Since January, the band have performed 90 sets to over two million fans, according to Billboard's yearly rankings, with each show a sell-out, making them easy victors in this year's rankings.

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Bon Jovi performed to millions of people across the globe and made millions back in return

The Michael Jackson-inspired 'Michael Jackson The Immortal World Tour' by Cirque Du Soleil came in second and despite not scoring a single sell-out performance, they contortionists still managed to bring in $157m Third and fourth place was decided by a few (hundred) thousand, with Pink edging out Bruce Springsteen for the No. 3 spot. Her 114 shows in 2013, 111 of which sold out, earned the singer $147.9m as she performed to over 1.5 million people across the globe. Springsteen saw his 53 tours sell out in 36 locations, with over 1.3 million people paying a combined $147.6m to see The Boss.

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Picture - Martin Lee Gore - Depeche... Gothenburg Sweden, Wednesday 11th December 2013

Martin Lee Gore - Depeche Mode performing live on stage at the Scandinavium Arena - Gothenburg, Sweden - Wednesday 11th December 2013

Depeche Mode and Martin Lee Gore
Depeche Mode and Martin Lee Gore
Depeche Mode and Martin Lee Gore

Picture - Andy Fletcher - Depeche Mode... Manchester United Kingdom, Friday 15th November 2013

Andy Fletcher - Depeche Mode perform live at Manchester Arena as part of their 'Delta Machine' tour - Manchester, United Kingdom - Friday 15th November 2013

Depeche Mode and Andy Fletcher
Depeche Mode and Martin Gore
Depeche Mode and Martin Gore
Depeche Mode and Martin Gore
Depeche Mode and Martin Gore

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