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Glastonbury Live: Elbow Performs Sunday Afternoon Slots on Pyramid Stage

Diana Ross plays at Glastonbury

The final day at Glastonburybrings beautiful weather and great live music. Fans of

Paul McCartneymay still be upset by his stunning headlines set on Saturday night, but today (Sunday, June 26). ) Has a lot of crazy fans.

George Ezraappears on the stage of John Peel, perhaps the worst secret in Glastonbury history, and the legend of jazz fusion, Harvey Hencock, on the pyramid stage. Delighted the relaxed crowd. A great performer.

At 4 pm,Diana Rossappeared on Legend Slots and was supposed to be one of the biggest viewers I've ever seen at this teatime show. I drew. The Supremes icon has moved all show stoppers to "You Can't Hurry", "You Can't Hurry", "Chain Reaction", and "Upside Down". Unfortunately,some people have no choice but to complain (seriously) about her song, sourged many to come out to her defense.

Elbow, McFly, American Artist, Road, Pet Shop Boys,Kendrick Lamar still has a set

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Elbow transcends the pyramid stage

It's Geigervey and the gang. Blumy's Wonderboy is Glastonbury's favorite and has enjoyed serenades at Worthy Farm many times. Garvey just took off his jacket (I think it's hot on the pyramid stage), but before that she noticed that "Jack's Dad" was sewn on her back. Jack is the name of a young boy with actor Rachael Stirling.

As usual, Elbow brought big guns such as string sections, backing dancers and full bands. Garvey, closest to the bear she speaks, announces that Glastonbury is "the place where love was invented," especially in her affectionate mood. Then he lets everyone chant "love" before the slow-burning "kindling" rendition.

This will be good, young people.


Australian pub rock bands Amyl and Sniffers are tearing the John Peel stage

Australian rock bands Amyl and Sniffers showcase a brilliant and luxurious set of gold-clad frontwoman Amy Taylor on the John Peel stage.

She bounces off the stage and whiplashes the crowd while dancing with the guards.


Pulitzer Prize-winning rapper Kendrick Lamar will debut in Glastonbury tonight.

Check out the 5-star review of Kendrick Lamar's debut in Glastonbury tonight, the acclaimed and long-awaited albumMr. Morale&Big Steppers. Record prior to tonight's set below.

Rapper's first five-year album is an unforgettable and amazing meditation about paternity and family


George Ezra – John Peel Stage


"I asked them." It cannot be completely secret. .. Can you talk to them at some point?George Ezraspeaks to a crowd of players who are stretching the length of the football field outside theJohn Peeltent.

Secret. There can be no more obvious secret set thanthan John Peel Stage's Gold Rush Kiduntil the Avalon Stage is a big deal by booking Joshua Tree. His official announcement a few hours ago was like a government press release declaring Brexit trash. As the only sunny lockdown bank holiday on Bournemouth Beach.

Ezra – An unpretentious, heartfelt and affectionate provider of vaguely soulful and tropical Radio 2 comfort – nevertheless, both inside and outside the field Makes you feel part of the beachside singing barbecue. "Cassy O" is a hearty country pop jig, "Listen to the Man" is the softest reggae, and "Hold My Girl" is a stirring grower ballad. The sparkle of "Barcelona" sounds like Hartford's meat gently roasting in the Catalan sun. There is also a story about "Green Green Grass" that he came across a funeral party in Saint Lucia. As a result, Ezra is approaching the soft pop Judith Charmers.

The long-awaited party really started in "paradise", the crowd slowly grooved the last third and enjoyed the steel drum carnival that took place during "Blameiton Me". I'm out. The less stale Manford&son – and perhaps breaks the mass yodeling record in “Budapest”.

A "shotgun" dedicated to those who "did not receive notes" about Ezra's appearance under the rocks of Mars, cheerfully towards Diana Ross's feelings. Drifting , Like someone.


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DhakaBrakha Review – Pyramid Stage

DhakaBrakha – Pyramid Stage

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Ukrainian band Dakha Brakha started Life as a theater project was avant-garde in Kyiv until the Putin war was suspended indefinitely. It is rooted in the scene. For many years, the band has represented the music and culture of its own country. Usually, the ending show "Stop Putin. Against the war." Today, they brought an anti-war message to the world's largest festival in a victorious and rebellious manner.

Visually striking, they step into the pyramid stage and shine with towering black lamb wool hats, crimson beads and other workmanship. The crowd is cheering with yellow and blue face paint, flower headdresses and Ukrainian flags.

Despite their traditional folk heritage, Dhaka Brakha is as modern as they come. The whole experience is a noisy explosion of colors. The hypnotic harmony blends seamlessly with African rhythms and heavy percussive basslines. Without losing sight of their political message, the band shows footage of the destruction that the Russian war brought to their hometown during the performance. When they reach an exhilarating climax, the word "Arm Ukraine now" shines behind them. It reminds us all of the unity of this festival.

Today, Dhaka Brakha did just that on the pyramid stage. ★★★ ☆☆


George Ezra Review

There is no more obvious secret set than the Gold Rush Kid until the Avalon Stage takes care of booking Joshua Tree. John Peel Stage


Diana Ross is a fun set on her legendary pyramid stage Slot

Diana Ross and her wonderful choir and backing band, along with Ross, one of the best costumes Glastonbury has ever seen, are absolutely on the pyramid stage. I'm killing it.


Herbie Hancock Review – Pyramid Stage


GlastonburyNot all 80 need to be what they look like Melting in the rain to prove, the legendary jazz fusion Herbie Hancock will be on stage on Sunday afternoon. The performance is so much fun and effortless that it is as welcomed as the sun.

The crowd of pyramid stages, mostly reclining, fueled by the cool breeze, extends to the tent line for veteran virtuosos. Today, Hancock and his band move away from his electronic 80's material and instead jazz such as "Actual Proof" from the 1974 albumThrust

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A glimpse of "Chameleon" from the classic albumHeadhunterfolds early and breaks into a series of extended solos with a distinctive pop bass. "Footprints" is dedicated to Hancock's friend Wayne Shorter, an 88-year-old saxophonist. Wayne Shorter co-founded the 70's jazz fusion band Weather Report.

With spinning piano chords and glittering trumpet lines, Cantaloupe Island is next before approaching Hancock's undertaking Chameleon (this time the entire track). Come to A dazzling keeter solo that undulates throughout the field. It will be a great Sunday. ★★★★ ☆