BBC Radio 2 Live in Hyde Park, A Festival in a day, September 11, 2016. Status Quo have been rockin' for six decades, notching up 65 hit singles, selling over 100m records worldwide and spending more than 400 weeks in the British singles chart. It's no wonder Francis Rossi and Rick Parfitt from the band were awarded OBEs in 2010 for their services to music. These days they've transformed their heads down rock, playing many of their legendary songs - from Pictures of Matchstick Men and Down Down, to Whatever You Want and Rockin' All Over the World - in a stripped-down acoustic style. Get ready for yet another outstanding performance at Radio 2 Live in Hyde Park.
BBC Radio 2 Live in Hyde Park, A Festival in a day, September 11, 2016. The legendary musician performs a hit-packed set in Hyde Park, also featuring tracks from his well received 32nd studio album, Wonderful Crazy Night.
On 14 September, 2014, Jeff Lynne's ELO accompanied by the BBC Concert Orchestra and backed by the Take That/Gary Barlow band, headlined BBC Radio 2s Festival In A Day in Londons famous Hyde Park. The show marked the first time in almost 30 years that ELO had performed on a festival state…
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