Muse To Release Concert Film

The writer has posted comments on this article Stuti Agarwal Stuti Agarwal, TNN | Sep 24, 2013, 04.46 PM IST RELATED Next, she plans to travel to Geneva Popular TV actress Ritabhari Chakraborty is a huge fan of Bryan Adams . She went all the way to Paris just to attend the musicians’ concert, L’Olympia, which took place on September 20. Only last year, she had gone to Moscow to attend his concert. Next, she is planning to travel to Geneva , where the singer is scheduled to perform next. “I can travel the whole world to see him perform. I am ready to follow the rockstar wherever he goes, be it Moscow, Paris or Geneva. This time I got the concert’s ticket even before I booked my flight tickets. He is someone I can never get over.” The actress also went to Germany and Denmark as part of the trip. “This was my solo trip. I tried to get a seat closest to the stage. He is a fan-loving guy. During the performance, he would touch his fans’ hands, throw his cap at them, and sometimes even kiss a lady on her cheeks. Though he is 55, he is like a kid on stage. I plan to attend more acoustic shows of his.

Ethan Miller/Getty Images for Clear Channel Muse played their second-to-last American concert date of the year at iHeartRadio in Las Vegas last night, and after next month’s Austin City Limits , it might be a while before fans see them again Stateside. “Next year, we may do one festival or two, but were probably going to concentrate on getting into a new album,” Muses Matt Bellamy told Rolling Stone backstage at iHeartRadio. But fans will get a chance to experience a Muse concert in almost lifelike form, since the band will be releasing a concert film. “Over the summer, we played this massive gig in Rome Olympic Stadium, that was probably the best gig of the year,” Bellamy said. “Its gonna come out in 4K, which is the highest resolution concert ever shot. Its four times more powerful than HD, so its like ridiculous detail. When you see the concert being filmed, you can see all the crowd, you can see their faces being filmed.” See Where Muse Ranks on Our List of the 50 Greatest Live Acts Right Now The exact release plans are still up in the air, but Bellamy said he expects it to get a limited theatrical release in the U.S., including some Imax screens. It’s a rare occurence for a festival-headlining band big enough to have its own concert film to serve as an opening act, but Muse did so last night in Vegas when they performed before Queen.”Events like this didnt exist a few years ago and we are playing withtechnically opening forQueen tonight,” Bellamy said before the show. “At any point in our career, I wouldnt have thought wed actually get a chance to play with them.” The eclecticism of the iHeart lineup, which also included Elton John this year, proved an educational experience for Muse’s drummer, Dominic Howard.”Having some of those older greats on stage and seeing them play is wicked, because you can still learn so much from a lot of those kind of people that have been around for a while and got more experience than you,” he said. Bellamy also finds it inspiring. “Its odd because when you start out, you perceive those acts as being something really quite long before we even were born, but also well before we started,” he said. “And to somehow end up on a bill with them is quite strange because it makes you think, ‘How old are these people?’ I suppose it gives you hope for making music as an old person.”