Phil Brodie Band "Muso" Information Page
AT THE PALACE
gardens of Buckingham Palace were used for public concerts for the first
time ever during Queen Elizabeth 11's
Golden Jubilee Celebrations. The doors of the palace gardens were opened
for a special rock & roll concert ,
for 12,000 specially invited fans to enjoy performances by some of the
biggest names in popular music.
Picnic hampers (special coolbags) were given free to guests, artistes
and workers during the concert at Buckingham Palace. They were packed
with goodies including champagne, smoked salmon wrap, "Jubilee
Chicken" and strawberries and cream.
The Queen is the first member of the British Royal Family to be awarded
a gold disc from the recording industry.
100,000 copies of the CD 'Party at the Palace', produced by EMI, were
sold within the first week of release.
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