The day Live Aid rocked the world

The day Live Aid rocked the world

By The Telegraph

Telegraph Features Writer Mick Brown was in Wembley Stadium during Live Aid, 1985. 

From one man’s vision to halt famine in Ethiopia, to a stadium packed with 72,000 fans and a television audience of over a billion, Mick Brown relives the world’s most famous rock concert. He captures the atmosphere, the spectacle and the scope of this unique event, and its legacy three decades later. 

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