iTunes Festival London 2011: Best Live Coverage

iTunes Festival 2011 officially ends last night. Lot amount of bands performed their ability in a festival held by big company Apple.inc – which one providing in music industry with iTunes (most known as music store). Now, we wants to report the live acts of the bands we choosed since the festival be held in a full-month (July 1st – July 31st) took place at The Roundhouse, London.

1. Linkin Park (7/4)

During their session, Linkin Park has performed a cover of Adele’s hit single ‘Rolling In The Deep’. This record was released as a single to the iTunes Store, and soon makes its way atop the UK Rock Chart – week of July 10th.

2. My Chemical Romance (7/9)

My Chemical Romance performs one of their most popular song ‘Teenagers’.

3. Foo Fighters (7/11)

Walk is a top hit in recent weeks. In the US, the single reached #1 Rock Chart for a week (so far) to replace Rope which was #1 single for 20 weeks in a row. Foo Fighters’ Walk was also a top hit in UK in three weeks before have replaced by Linkin Park’s Rolling In The Deep.

4. The Script (7/12)

The Script performs on iTunes Festival as a part of their ‘Science & Faith Tour’.

5. Coldplay (7/22)

Like to other bands, people around the world can watch their performance via live streaming using computer, iPhone, iPod touch or iPad. The band promoted to watch their perform because five new song would be premiered, possibly from their upcoming fifth studio album. Below is one of them, ‘Charlie Brown’.

That’s all the best performs we have to report from iTunes Festival this year. For more info/ video Click Here.

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