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1 pointGlastonbury Festival 2021 in the UK was cancelled for the second consecutive year due to the pandemic. The 50th anniversary edition in 2020 was scheduled to headline Sir Paul McCartney, Taylor Swift and Kendrick Lamar. MUSE gigs at Glastonbury over the years: 2016: MUSE were Friday night headliners. The Devonshire trio became the first band to headline the Pyramid stage on all three nights of the festival – having previously topped the bill on Sunday in 2004 and Saturday in 2010. Coldplay has headlined the festival four times in 2016, 2011, 2005 and 2002. MUSE and Coldplay played their first gigs at the festival in both 1999 and 2000 on different nights. MUSE and Coldplay become eligible to be nominated for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2023 for the Class of 2024. Radiohead, Depeche Mode, the Cure, Def Leppard, Roxy Music and the Zombies were the most recent UK acts inducted. Kate Bush and Iron Maiden are among the nominees recently announced for the Class of 2021. UK musicians 'shamefully failed' by Brexit https://www.theguardian.com/music/2021/jan/20/uk-government-rejects-musician-passports-as-stars-attack-shameful-touring-deal Pre-Pandemic Payouts [Dividends/Drawings] according to recent public accounts filed in the UK: £39.6 million (2016-2019) - MUSE/Matt (3) - Performance Fees/Royalties/Licensing/Merchandise/Company Stakes/Farming £61.7 million (2016-2019) - Beckhams (2) - Branding/Licensing/Image Rights/Partnerships/Company Stakes/Other Ventures £71.8 million (2016-2019) - Coldplay (4) - Performance Fees/Royalties/Licensing/Merchandise MUSE played their first gig in France in June 1995 at Cherbourg-Octeville, the port city in Normandy located about 50km from Utah Beach, one of the five landings in the Allied Normandy Invasion [D-Day] on 6 June 1944 Bellamy Surname Origins and Earliest Literary References: (Anglo-French-Latin) Fair Friend, Good Friend [French bel ami; Latin bell-us, fair + amic-us, friend] From Bellème, a town in the Normandy region of France 'Feste! fy! that were a wykyd treson! Belamy, thou shal be smytt.': York Mystery Plays (1376) 'Thou belamy, thou pardoner,': Chaucer, The Canterbury Tales (1387) 'Belamy, fayre frynde': Promptorium Parvulorum - English/Latin bilingual dictionary (1440).