Jesse Hughes, the singer of US rock group Eagles of Death Metal, holds a tee-shirt prior to the start of the concert at the Olympia concert hall in Paris in February. Members of the group were turned away from the reopening concert. File photo: AFP Jesse Hughes, the singer of US rock group Eagles of Death Metal, holds a tee-shirt prior to the start of the concert at the Olympia concert hall in Paris in February. Members of the group were turned away from the reopening concert. File photo: AFP
Jesse Hughes, the singer of US rock group Eagles of Death Metal, holds a tee-shirt prior to the start of the concert at the Olympia concert hall in Paris in February. Members of the group were turned away from the reopening concert. File photo: AFP

Bataclan bars Eagles of Death Metal from reopening show over ‘conspiracy theories’

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Jesse Hughes, the singer of US rock group Eagles of Death Metal, holds a tee-shirt prior to the start of the concert at the Olympia concert hall in Paris in February. Members of the group were turned away from the reopening concert. File photo: AFP Jesse Hughes, the singer of US rock group Eagles of Death Metal, holds a tee-shirt prior to the start of the concert at the Olympia concert hall in Paris in February. Members of the group were turned away from the reopening concert. File photo: AFP
Jesse Hughes, the singer of US rock group Eagles of Death Metal, holds a tee-shirt prior to the start of the concert at the Olympia concert hall in Paris in February. Members of the group were turned away from the reopening concert. File photo: AFP
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