Legendary rockers to form supergroup for 2012 Olympics
London, October 27: Veteran rockers are set to come together to form a supergroup to raise the curtain for the 2012 Olympic games in London.
Legendary rock stars, such as the 61-year-old David Bowie and ‘Led Zepplin’s 64-year-old Jimmy Page, might be heard making some noise at the opening ceremony.
Though ex-Beatle Sir Paul McCartney, 66, and Ringo Starr, 68, are suspected to be long shots, legends like Van Morrison, 63, Phil Collins, 57, Elton John, 61, and Sting, 57 may be expected to take the stage.
The supergroup is also expected to include ‘Rolling Stone’s lead vocalist Mick Jagger, who has had a chit-chat with the Games heads, according to reports.
“Mick feels the Olympics coming to London is a huge honour — and wants to make his own gesture,” the Sun quoted a source as saying.