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Boy George lacked the historical benefit concert, Live Aid was due to the ‘chemical activity’

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Boy George lacked the historical benefit concert, Live Aid was due to the ‘chemical activity’

04 may-2020 12:41 pm
04-05-20 12:41 pm
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Boy George was missing, and his band The Culture Club in 1985, at the historic concert Live Aid, where he was due to illicit drug use are not physically in the state.

“I was, at that time, chemically-running’, reveals that 58-year-old singer is in the podcast, Grounded with Louis Theroux. “It was a good thing that I’m not in front of the stage, but I really can’t do that.”

George was at the end of 1984 as part of a “loose” group Band Aid, which will be a big hit scored by the Do They Know It’s Christmas. He was also asked to be in six months ‘ time at Live Aid with his band to perform in London’s Wembley Stadium. This is in concert with a host of well-known artists, has been given in order to raise money for the fight against famine in Ethiopia.