The Roxy Music frontman says that the shows are too quiet
Ferry spoke to The Londoner about the Springsteen controversy at the weekend and he suggested that the venue should no longer be used for rock concerts.
"They shouldn’t have these events in Hyde Park any more if it’s going to cause embarrassing problems," he said. "The problem with Hyde Park is that the volume is never loud enough. It’s always too quiet. I’m sorry for Paul McCartney and Bruce.”
Aside from the curfew problem at the weekend (Springsteen's mics were turned off as he overran by 30 minutes) there were complaints about the lack of volume all weekend, with Springsteen and Soundgarden particularly affected.
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