Eagles of Death Metal refused entry at the Bataclan

Eagles of Death Metal refused entry at the Bataclan
Two members of the rock band Eagles of Death Metal, who were on stage when Islamic terrorists opened fire a year ago, were stopped in the door when they arrived at the Bataclan in Paris Saturday night.

- They came, and I threw them out. Some things can never be forgiven, says one of the heads of Bataclan, Jules Frutos.

The front figure of the band, Jesse Hughes, was one of those who were refused entry. He came earlier this year with a very controversial statement in which he indicated that Muslim employees at the Bataclan were implicated in the attack which took place a year ago.

Sting was on stage tonight, and when he went onstage around 21.00, he spoke French to a silent audience and asked for one minute silence in memory of the victims.

Then he started the concert playing "Fragile."

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