Watch the moment thousands of fans joined in with Fender here Sam Fender led a chant of “Fuck The Tories” at this year’s TRNSMT Festival – you can watch footage of the moment below. In the video, Fender can be seen leading the chant with the crowd joining in alongside him during his performance at the Glasgow festival last Friday (July 8).
The idea of the difficult second album is a cliché because it’s true. It’s the moment of truth for an artist who’s had a hit with the songs they had years to write on their debut. Can they do it again under time pressure, and even better, showing maturity and musical development without losing whatever it was that made them great in the first place, and will people still care?
HE WOWED crowds at Glastonbury last weekend and made history as the oldest person to play the legendary festival - but Paul McCartney's biggest fan will always be his daughter Stella. The successful fashion designer admits she is "one of his biggest groupies" and is still "blown away" by his energetic performances and musical ability.
There were more than 200,000 people on site at Worthy Farm Whilst Glastonbury Festival 2022 has been highly praised for its history-making 50th anniversary event at Worthy Farm, festival-goers have, this week, shared their concern for the mass attendance and crowd control issues at this year's festival.
Festivalgoers have taken to social media to report the bad news following their trip to Worthy Farm A number of revellers who partied at Glastonbury Festival last week have reported testing positive for coronavirus in the days following the event. More than 200,000 people flocked through the gates of Worthy Farm and large crowds formed to see headliners Billie Eilish, Paul McCartney and Kendrick Lamar perform along with scores of other artists throughout the five-day event.
The Lambeth R&B singer talks to us about her monumental Pyramid Stage debut, the mood around Glasto, and what's next Joy Crookes caught up with NME backstage at Glastonbury 2022, where she gave us the lowdown on what it was like to make the jump to Pyramid Stage, as well working with England football squad, The Lionesses.
McCartney’s set is available on iPlayer and you can watch it here. It will be on the streaming platform for 28 days. However, fans were frustrated about the length of time it took to get the performance up on the streaming service. Where is Paul McCartney’s set on I Player?
Kendrick Lamar at Glastonbury 2022: setlist, reviews - what did he say about women’s rights on Pyramid Stage
The American rapper was one of many performers who called out the recent overturning of Roe v Wade in the US, including fellow headliner Billie Eilish After two years of cancellations caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the Glastonbury festival burst back onto the music scene with performances from some of the biggest names in the industry, including Billie Eilish, Diana Ross and Sir Paul McCartney.
Glastonbury Festival: Kendrick Lamar makes blood-soaked plea for women's rights in attack on abortion ruling
The rapper ended his festival-concluding set by chanting "Godspeed for women's rights" repeatedly after a performance of his new song Saviour during which fake blood had poured from an 8,000-diamond crown of thorns on his head. Glastonbury closed with rapper Kendrick Lamar making a dramatic statement apparently referencing the US Supreme Court ruling on abortion, wearing a crown of thorns as fake blood poured from his face.
The Pyramid Stage headliner delivered a set stranger than almost anything the festival had seen before, uncompromising in its vision Kendrick Lamar delivered what was certainly the strangest and most uncompromising Pyramid Stage headline set of Glastonbury 2022, and amongst the strangest in the festival’s long history, rivalling Kanye West’s notorious 2015 set for pure bloody-minded determination to create a performance of singular character, that gave no quarter for audience expectation.
MOST kids would be mortified to have a night out with their parents but when you’re the daughter of a rock legend, it’s cool. on Saturday night and they partied until dawn. Noel Gallagher went on the razz with his influencer daughter Anais at the festival
The Queen of Motown finally took to the stage two years after she was first announced on the billing, but her set didn’t pop It is a truth universally acknowledged that no matter where you stand in a crowd at Glastonbury, you will be behind a group of lads getting on it.
The US rapper concluded proceedings at Worthy Farm in Somerset with one of the most theatrical shows of the festival. Kendrick Lamar has closed Glastonbury 2022 with a powerful headline set which saw him chant “Godspeed for women’s rights” before dramatically exiting the Pyramid Stage.
Sir Paul McCartney temporarily stopped Glastonbury headline set as fans broke into rendition of Happy Birthday
The Beatles star temporarily stopped his headline set to acknowledge what the crowd were doing. Sir Paul McCartney put a temporary stop to his headline Glastonbury performance as the crowd broke into a spontaneous rendition of Happy Birthday. The Beatles star, who turned the milestone age of 80 last week, stopped to address fans after his second song when they began to sing to him.
The legendary Beatles star made history as the oldest ever solo headliner to perform at the popular music festival. Fans of Sir Paul McCartney were outraged at the BBC after tuning in to watch the headliner's Glastonbury set to discover that the BBC's coverage was delayed. The legendary Beatles star made history as the oldest ever solo headliner to perform at the popular music festival.
Veteran rocker Sir Paul McCartney halted his much-awaited set on the Glastonbury Festival Pyramid Stage last night to check on someone in the audience. The legendary singer made history this weekend as he became the oldest solo headliner to perform at Worthy Farm. The 80-year-old musician arrived at the Pyramid Stage at 9.30pm (though, much to the fury of fans watching at home, his show on the BBC didn’t air until half 10) opening his set with a rendition of The Beatles’ classic Can’t Buy Me Love.
The fifth and final day of the Glastonbury Festival began with fans still buzzing about Sir Paul McCartney’s headline act of Saturday night. With Diana Ross and Kendrick Lamar still to play at the giant event at Worthy Farm in Somerset, few of the 200,000 fans in attendance showed signs of fatigue, although some were slow to unzip their tents on Sunday morning.
Last night Paul McCartney played a video of Johnny Depp during his three-hour Glastonbury set. The 80-year-old Beatle, who became the festival’s oldest solo headlining act, projected the video across the stage’s giant screens as he played My Valentine. The clip was taken from McCartney’s original music video for his 2012 song.
Sir Paul McCartney, 80, becomes the oldest solo star to headline Glastonbury and is joined on stage by rocker Dave Grohl and legend Bruce Springsteen
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