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  1. Glastonbury evolves

    Possibly. I haven't made it to the park for the last two years. I remember at Rewind they had a proper stage with band and everything. Was good fun, and got a fair crowd.
  2. Most 'overbooked' headliner

    I used to joke about a "money shot" festival, where acts come on for half an hour, play their hits and go.
  3. Most 'overbooked' headliner

    Disagree actually. I think at a festival, where by definition the crowd isn't yours, you should by and large stick to well known tunes. With your own crowd, in your own venue, you can play as many crap b sides as you want, and justifiably so.
  4. Glastonbury evolves

    Karaoke stage for me. That way we could all "play" Glasto.
  5. What are you doing instead of Glastonbury this year?

    My mate used to own the Irish sports bar just off the square. Really nice place Krakow.
  6. What are you doing instead of Glastonbury this year?

    We have a 2.5 year old and a four month old and my missus is deep into training for the London Marathon. In addition to that, in the last year I have quit a (dream) job, sold a house, bought a house (hopefully) in Pilton, relocated from the South East (my missus left her home town in Sept for the first time when baba was just two days old), and I've started a new job too. So, looking forward to a relatively quiet year on a "new stuff" front. However couldn't resist a festival so have booked "Bearded" for the first time and will be there with the missus (if she survives the marathon) and two little ones. Also got Erasure, Deacon Blue and the Foo's booked so far. Cheers!
  7. Blur 2009 - BBC2

    #jesuishomer'smate
  8. Blur 2009 - BBC2

    I was fucked.
  9. Blur 2009 - BBC2

    I cried. A lot.
  10. Blur 2009 - BBC2

    Thing with The Stones was it was"The Stones at Glastonbury man" and something I'd dreamed of for years. And it was amazing, helped for me by an amazing supporting cast of Costello and Primal Scream. Was just a perfect evening. Blur on the other hand for me was totally unexpected. My missus wanted to see them, and we were down by the side of the soundstage. Always been an Oasis fan and not to bothered about Blur. They were absolutely mindblowing. It was helped by a really good crowd of young'uns next to us - felt very life affirming to have confirmed that the yout' weren't all hoody wearing w*nkers as was being made out at the time. I remember hearing people singing "Oh my baby" hours after the gig at random parts of the site. Was the perfect Glastonbury gig - great band at top of their game and an ace crowd who were all up for it. Good times.
  11. Oasis

    I would love, live to see them at Glasto again. Just the thought of them coming out and the opening riff of "rock and roll star" kicking in is enough to make me very smiley.
  12. 2019 Headliners

    I'm told the RHCP aren't particularly interested.
  13. Not a bad name check

    Not a bad name check for my friend and erstwhile colleague! Go Freddie! https://www.irishtimes.com/culture/music/dave-grohl-if-it-wasn-t-for-ireland-i-wouldn-t-be-walking-1.3212853
  14. Adele

    Not a bad view last night...
  15. Adele

    Just back from Wembley. She mentioned Glasto again, asked if anyone had been and described it as "the greatest night of my fuckin' life".
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