Music Lineup Announced for Queen Elizabeth's Jubilee Concert

England will be a pretty exciting place this summer, but the music lineup for the Queen's Jubilee celebrations in June make us want to head to London in spite of the inevitable crowds. Reuters is reporting that music stars from every decade of Queen Elizabeth's 60-year reign, ranging from Shirley Bassey to Jessie J, will perform at a concert outside Buckingham Palace.

Ten years ago, Brian May, the guitarist from superstar band Queen, performed an electric version of "God Save the Queen" on the roof of the palace during a similar concert for the golden jubilee.

So what can fans expect for the second-ever Diamond Jubilee for an English monarch? (Only Queen Victoria has reigned longer than Queen Elizabeth.)

We hear that Elton John, Paul McCartney, Tom Jones and Annie Lennox are also among the veteran rock and pop stars who will take to the stage, while English tenor Alfie Boe and Chinese pianist Lang Lang will bring a classical touch.

A spokesperson for Buckingham Palace said that Her Majesty had approved of all musical acts for the concert, but that she was not guaranteed to attend the event (or at least the whole thing).

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