The show must go on
The owners of Paris music venue Le Bataclan have announced that they hope to reopen to the pubblic before the end of the year. During Eagles Of Death Metal's gig in november last year, 89 people were massacred by islamic terrorists. Le Bataclan has been closed since that orrible 13 of november. The Bataclan was one the capital's top venue for live music before the attacks. The Velvet Underground, Prince, Oasis, Guns N' Roses and The Clash have all played the venue. In a statement reported by Billboard the organiser said: “today we'd like to share to you some important news: we have decided to renovate The Bataclan. We will do everything in our power to host new shows before the end of 2016”.
Jesse Hughes, Eagles Of Death Metal's frontman, during the interview following the attacks said. That he “wants to be the first person to play in the Bataclan when it reopens” and he added “Our friends went there to see rock'n'roll and died, I'm going to go there and live”.