Musicians Perform At Winter Olympics

The 2002 Olympic Winter Games will feature an
unprecedented line up of musical performances at the Opening Ceremony and
Closing Ceremony as well as nightly performances at the Olympics Medals
Plaza.
"For the first time ever the Olympic Winter Games will feature an incredibly
diverse line up of brilliant musical performances in addition to the
pinnacle of global sporting competition. The Games will combine the best of
both music and the sporting worlds," said Scott Givens, managing director,
Creative Group, Salt Lake Organizing Committee for the Olympic Winter Games
(SLOC). "We are extremely excited about the line up of musical stars who
have been chosen to celebrate the Olympic athletes. Only in the United
States could this incredible event take place. The Games truly have the
power to inspire."

2002 OLYMPIC WINTER GAMES OPENING CEREMONY PERFORMERS:

Sadie Buck, Rita Coolidge & Walela, Dixie Chicks, David Hartley, Michael
Kamen, R. Kelly, Keith Lockhart and the Utah Symphony, Mormon Tabernacle
Choir, LeAnn Rimes, Sting, U.S. Army Herald Trumpets, Utah Olympic Spirit
Band, John Williams, Kristi Yamaguchi and Yo Yo Ma.

2002 OLYMPIC WINTER GAMES CLOSING CEREMONY PERFORMERS:

Christina Aguilera, Bon Jovi, Harry Connick, Jr., Charlotte Church, Earth
Wind & Fire, Gloria Estefan, Savion Glover, Josh Groban, Dorothy Hamill,
Scott Hamilton, Ilia Kulik, Moby, Dianne Reeves, Renee Roca, Gorsha Sur,
Katarina Witt and Kristi Yamaguchi.

HALLMARK OLYMPIC CELEBRATION CONCERT SERIES AT OLYMPIC MEDALS PLAZA:

Saturday, February 9-Dave Matthews Band

Sunday, February 10-Lifehouse

Monday, February 11-Foo Fighters

Tuesday, February 12-Macy Gray

Wednesday, February 13-Barenaked Ladies

Thursday, February 14-Sheryl Crow

Friday, February 15-Smash Mouth

Saturday, February 16-Brooks & Dunn

Sunday, February 17-Train

Monday, February 18-Nelly Furtado

Tuesday, February 19-Creed

Wednesday, February 20-Marc Anthony

Thursday, February 21-Alanis Morissette

Friday, February 22-Goo Goo Dolls

Saturday, February 23-N'Sync

Sunday, February 24-Martina McBride

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