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Madness at the Palace as band to play on roof

01 JUNE 2012

Queen rocker Brian May playing God Save The Queen from the roof of Buckingham Palace was one of the most memorable moments of the Golden Jubilee.

And ten years on, organiser Gary Barlow hopes to go one better by putting a full band up there.

Madness

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Eighties group Madness are expected to play their hit Our House to the royal family, 12,000 lucky members of the public and a worldwide audience.

Also playing at the Diamond Jubilee gig - although from the safety of the stage - are pop royalty Robbie WIlliams, Kylie Minogue, Elton John and Paul McCartney.

See the full line up and the songs each artist will perform below.

Presenters: Lenny Henry, Lee Mack, Peter Kay and Miranda Hart 

       

The show features performances from 

  • Robbie Williams: Mack the Knife, Let Me Entertain You
  • Cliff Richard: Medley
  • Annie Lennox: There Must Be An Angel
  • Elton John: I'm Still Standing, Your Song, Crocodile Rock 
  • Gary Barlow & Cheryl Cole: Need You Now 
  • JLS: Everybody In Love, She Makes Me Wanna 
  • Madness: Our House 
  • Ed Sheeran: A Team 
  • Kylie Minogue with Flawless: Medley 
  • Gareth Malone & The Military Wives: The National Anthem
  • Gary Barlow, Andrew Lloyd Webber, African Children's Choir,Gurrumul, Slum Drummers, Gareth Malone & The Military Wives: Sing 
  • Jessie J: Domino
  • Will.I.Am & Jessie J: I Gotta Feeling
  • Shirley Bassey: Diamonds Are Forever
  • Grace Jones: Slave To The Rhythm
  • Stevie Wonder: Three songs TBC
  • Paul McCartney: Live and Let Die plus two more songs TBC
  • Tom Jones: Delilah, Mama Told Me Not To Come
  • Jools Holland & Ruby Turner: You Are So Beautiful
  • Alfie Boe: O Sole Mio
  • Renee Fleming: Un Bel Di Vedremo
  • Alfie Boe & Renee Fleming: Somewhere
  • Lang Lang: Hungarian Rhapsody No6/Rhapsody in Blue
  • The Overtones


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