|Nobel Peace Prize Concert: 2005|
|unofficial live DVD|
|Recorded||11 December 2005|
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The event is staged annually on the same date, one day after the date of Alfred Nobel's death, to honour the Nobel Peace Prize laureate.
An award ceremony took place at the City Hall in Oslo on December 10, while this concert was held at the Oslo Spektrum Arena the following evening. The concert was broadcast to over 100 countries.
Before the band finished with "Nice", Simon Le Bon said "I would just like to tell you how happy Duran Duran are to be in your country, your're very beautiful people. You do something that the rest of the world loves you for, you honor peace."
- The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)
- Mohamed ElBaradei
- Julianne Moore
- Salma Hayek
- Damien Rice - "Unplayed Piano", "Cold Water"
- Duran Duran - "Sunrise", "Ordinary World", "Nice"
- Gladys Knight - "Party Train" / "Friendship Train" medley, "The Best Thing That Ever Happened To Me", "I’ve Got To Use My Imagination", "I Heard It Through The Grapevine", "Midnight Train To Georgia"
- Juanes - "La Camisa Negra", "Suenos"
- Katherine Jenkins - "L’Amore Sei Tu" ("I Will Always Love You"), "One Fine Day"
- Katie Melua - "The Closest Thing To Crazy", "I Cried For You", "Nine Million Bicycles"
- Madrugada - "The Kids Are on High Street"; "Lift Me" w/ Ane Brun
- Ska Cubano - "Chicago", "Ay Caramba"
- Sugababes - "Hole in the Head", "Ugly"
- Westlife - "World of our Own"; "You Raise Me Up" with Rolf Løvland and Fionnuala Sherry
- Ma Yo-Yo Ma - "Haydn": Cello Concerto in C, Third movement
- Norwegian Radio Orchestra conducted by Martin Yates
- The Grand Finale in 2005, sung by all the artists, was "Give Peace a Chance".
Duran Duran are:
- Simon Le Bon - Vocals
- John Taylor - Bass
- Andy Taylor - Guitar
- Nick Rhodes - Keyboards
- Roger Taylor - Drums
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