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It is not often that an artist is able to stand the test of time and have an impact on multiple generations. When a group is loved by children and the parents of the children they are nothing short of a legend. Radiohead is just that, legendary. Formed in 1985, the group is made up of Thom Yorke, Jonny Greeenwood, Ed O’Brien, Colin Greenwood, and Phil Selway.
They have been spending some time on the road performing across the world for their dedicated fans. According to PITCHFORK, they started the North American part of their tour at the American Airlines Arena in Miami Florida. Fans were treated with an opening performance by Dudu Tassa & the Kuwaitis. Radiohead’s set included some fan favorites such as “Morning Bell”, “Climbing Up the Walls”, “I Might Be Wrong”. Perhaps the most exciting part of their performance was when Radiohead performed “The Tourist”. This was the first time they performed this record in almost a decade. The surprise performance of the song was just one of the many songs they had the audience singing their hearts out in unison.
But, not everything can go perfectly. Group member Johnny Greenwood accidentally played what was suppose to be a Radiohead record but instead it was the beginning of a Bruno Mars song. Radiohead is currently still on tour off their most recent album A Moon Shaped Pool but later on this year they will be touring again with James Blake and Junun. Radiohead will be making the festival circuit performing at the Glastonbury Festival and Coachella.
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