Who played at Steve Jobs funeral?

According to the New York Times, attendees included Bill Clinton, Microsoft co-founder and Jobs’s long-time business rival Bill Gates and singer Joan Baez, who once dated Jobs. Others, the report said, included Oracle CEO Larry Ellison, Dell CEO Michael Dell and Pixar’s John Lasseter.

Did Steve Jobs like Coldplay?

Turns out that Steve Jobs was a big Coldplay fan, which either proves that he had his finger on the pulse of humanity or proves that he had zero musical taste, depending on your perspective. What’s undeniable is that the boys of Coldplay deliver a rousing mini-concert, starting at the 58 minute mark.

Is fix you a funeral song?

Modern: Fix You – Coldplay. Hear You Me – Jimmy Eat World.

Where was Steve Jobs funeral?

Stanford University
Steve Jobs was honored with a very private memorial service held on the campus of Stanford University yesterday. There were some impressive names in attendance, as reported by the Stanford Daily and the Silicon Valley Business Journal: Bill and Hilary Clinton.

Does Apple Martin sing?

Gwyneth Paltrow and her daughter Apple Martin don’t just look alike — they can both sing, too! Of course, it shouldn’t be surprising that Apple has musical talents — her dad is Chris Martin after all! This isn’t the first time Paltrow has shared a sweet photo of her and her 11-year-old daughter.

What movie is the song Fix You by Coldplay in?

You, Me and Dupree
The song was featured in an episode of the American teen drama television series The O.C., and then in Without a Trace, Cold Case, Brothers & Sisters, and The Newsroom. The half part of the song was played over the trailer for the 2006 film World Trade Center. It was also featured in the 2006 movie You, Me and Dupree.

Who wrote the song Fix You by Coldplay?

Chris Martin
Jonny BucklandGuy BerrymanWill Champion
Fix You/Composers

What book did Steve Jobs gave at his funeral?

Autobiography of a Yogi
One of Steve Jobs’ last gifts was left in a brown box and handed out at his memorial service. Inside the brown box was a copy of “Autobiography of a Yogi” by Hindu guru Paramahansa Yogananda.