Snow Patrol Won't Be Cut Off Like McCartney and Springsteen

07/27/2012
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(Classic Rock) London council bosses who forced Bruce Springsteen and Paul McCartney to stop playing mid-song in Hyde Park last week will allow pop-rock group Snow Patrol to play two and a half hours later into the night.

Fans were astonished after a moment hailed as "music history in the making" ground to a halt when promoters of the Hard Rock Calling cut the PA due to strict noise abatement rules.

Now Westminster Council, responsible for both performance licences, say they'll allow Snow Patrol to keep playing until 1am on Friday, supported by Duran Duran, Stereophonics and Paolo Nutini and insists it's a special case because it's connected with the budget-busting Olympic Games.

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