The World Rocks around the Clock Ontario, Canada Rome, Italy A-Z Guide of Who's Playing Where Cornwall, UK France, Paris Edinburgh, UK Berlin, Germany; Event Key to Az Guide Canada (C); Cornwall (Ukc); France (F); Germany (G); Italy (I); Japan (J); London (Uk); America (Usa); South Africa (Sa)

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The World Rocks around the Clock Ontario, Canada Rome, Italy A-Z Guide of Who's Playing Where Cornwall, UK France, Paris Edinburgh, UK Berlin, Germany; Event Key to Az Guide Canada (C); Cornwall (Ukc); France (F); Germany (G); Italy (I); Japan (J); London (Uk); America (Usa); South Africa (Sa)


African Guitar Summit(C) A-ha (G) Akim El Sikameya(UKC) Alicia Keys (USA) Andrea Bocelli (F) Angelique Kidjo(UKC) Annie Lennox(UK) Articolo 31(I) Audioslave(G) Axelle Red (F) Ayub Ogada(UKC)

Bachman-Cummings(C) Barenaked Ladies(C) Bap (G) Bayete(SA) Bjork(J) Black Eyed Peas(USA) Blue Rodeo(C) Bon Jovi(USA) Brian Wilson(G) Bruce Cockburn(C) Bryan Adams(C)

Calogero (F) Celine Dion (C) Cerrone (F) Chartwell Dutiro(UKC) Chris de Burgh (G) Claudio Baglioni(I) Coco Mbassi(UKC) Coldplay (UK) Craig David (F)

Daara J (UKC) Destiny's Child (USA) Deep Purple (C) Dave Matthews Band (USA) David Hallyday(F) Def Tech(J) Diam's (UK) Dido(F, UK) Die Toten Hosen(G) Disiz La Peste(F) DobaCaracol f'ing Kna'an (C) Dreams Come True(J)

Elton John (UK) Faith Hill(I) Faudel(F) Florent Pagny(F)

Gemelli Diversi(I) Geoffrey Oryema(UKC) Good Charlotte (J) Gordon Lightfoot(C) Great Big Sea(G) Green Day(G)

Herbert Groenemeyer(G) Irene Grandi (I) Jabu Khanyile(SA) James Brown (F) Jann Arden (C) Jay-Z (USA) Jet(C) Joana Zimmer (G) Josh Groban (USA) Joss Stone (UK) Jovanotti (I) Juan Diego Florez (G) Juli (G)

Kaiser Chiefs (USA) Katherine Jenkins (G) Keane (UK) Keith Urban(USA) Kool Shen(F) Kyo(F)

Laura Pausini(I) Le Vibrazioni(I) Les Trois Accords(C)

Ligabue(I) Lindiwe(SA) Linkin Park(USA) Louis Bertignac(F) Ludacris(USA) Lucky Dube(SA)

Madonna(UK) Mahotella Queens(SA) Malaika(SA) Mariah Carey(UK) Maroon 5(USA) Maryam Mursal(UKC) Max Pezzali(I) McFly(J) Ms Dynamite(UK) Modou Diouf & O Fogum(UKC) Motley Crue(C) Muse(UK)

Negramaro(I) Negrita(I) Nek(I)

Orchestra Baobab(SA) Oumo Sangare(SA) Our Lady Peace(C)

Paul McCartney(UK) Pascal Obispo Pink Floyd(UK) Placebo(F)

Raphael (F) Razorlight (UK) Reamonn (G) Renee Olstead (G) REM (UK) Robbie Williams (UK) Rob Thomas (UK) Roxy Music (G)

Sam Roberts (C) Sarah McLachlan (USA) Sasha (G) Scissor Sisters (UK) Shakira (F) Sheryl Crow (F) Shikisha (UKC) Silbermond (G) Simple Plan (C) Siyaya(UKC) Snoop Dogg (UK) Snow Patrol (UK) Soehne Mannheims (G) Stereophonics (UK) Stevie Wonder (USA) Sting (UK)

The Cure (F) The Who (UK) The Tragically Hip (C) Thomas Mapfumo (UKC) Tim McGraw (I) Tina Arena (F) Tinariwen (UKC) Tiromancino (I) Tom Cochrane (C) Tracy Chapman (G) Travis (UK)

U2 (UK) UB40 (UK) Vasco Rossi (I) Velvet Revolver (UK)

Wasis Diop (J) Will Smith (USA) Wir Sind Helden (G)

Yannick Noah (F) Youssou N'Dour (F, UK)

Zola (SA) Zucchero (I)

Blues Brothers star Dan Aykroyd hosts

this awesome gig at Park Place in his homeland of Ontario. A capacity crowd of 40,000 will rock around the Rockies to Bryan Adams, Deep Purple, Celine Dion (by satellite from

Las Vegas), Motley Crue, The Tragically

Hip, Barenaked Ladies, African Guitar Summit, Jann Arden, Bachman- Cummings Band, Blue Rodeo and Bruce Cockburn.

PHILADELPHIA, USA

Stevie Wonder didn't perform in the

original Live Aid, but 20 years on he's topping the bill in the States. …

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