”It's important to me to perform in both Palestine and Israel and treat all my fans equally. Unfortunately it hasn't been possible to line up both visits with such short notice and therefore I'm postponing my appearance at the Meteor Festival.”
"Nick thinks this is about censorship of his music? What? Nick, with all due respect, your music is irrelevant to this issue, so is mine, so is Brian Eno’s so is Beethoven’s, this isn’t about music, it’s about human rights." - Roger Waters.
“It suddenly became very important,” Nick Cave said, ahead of his controversial, European tour-ending shows in Tel Aviv, ”to make a stand, to me, against those people who are trying to shut down musicians, to bully musicians, to censor musicians and to silence musicians.”
"A lot of stuff was said about this but, in the end, we played some music," Thom Yorke told the audience at Radiohead's concert in Tel-Aviv, Israel on Wednesday, right before launching into their final song of the night, "Karma Police." Radiohead made waves deciding to play …