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Kaiser Chiefs hits Glastonbury Music Festival

Kaiser Chiefs started 3 days of music on Friday at the Glastonbury Festival, with lead star Ricky Wilson crooning I predict a riot to a great natured crowd that was made more conformable by a halt in the rain. The popular Brit band was actually the surprise starter at the Worthy Farm event in southwest England that is popular for its mud as for their line up. Wilson said revelers: “Glastonbury we are honored to kick off your weekend of fun,”
This popular festival started in the year 1970, when hippies paid 1 pound to see acts that includes Marc Bolan, with full free milk from the farm. More than 120000 tickets, this year, priced at US$ 370 sold out in just hours to people eager to listen to live music from lot of bands and also experience the other entertainment that includes circus, theatre and comedy acts. The organizers of the festival stated that over 125000 people were there on the site by lunchtime on Friday.
The US band Blondie that has been going for forty years, almost as long as the gig, drew a huge gang on the Other Stage on Friday evening to listen to top hits such as Hanging on the Telephone and Atomic.
Singer Debbie Harry told her fans: “Glastonbury, nothing like it in the world, it’s my wet dream.”
On Friday, the rain fall was quite heavy, and as per forecast, there would be further showers on Friday.

Kaiser Chiefs started 3 days of music on Friday at the Glastonbury Festival, with lead star Ricky Wilson crooning I predict a riot to a great natured crowd that was made more conformable by a halt in the rain. The popular Brit band was actually the surprise starter at the Worthy Farm event in southwest England that is popular for its mud as for their line up. Wilson said revelers: “Glastonbury we are honored to kick off your weekend of fun,”

This popular festival started in the year 1970, when hippies paid 1 pound to see acts that includes Marc Bolan, with full free milk from the farm. More than 120000 tickets, this year, priced at US$ 370 sold out in just hours to people eager to listen to live music from lot of bands and also experience the other entertainment that includes circus, theatre and comedy acts. The organizers of the festival stated that over 125000 people were there on the site by lunchtime on Friday.

The US band Blondie that has been going for forty years, almost as long as the gig, drew a huge gang on the Other Stage on Friday evening to listen to top hits such as Hanging on the Telephone and Atomic.

Singer Debbie Harry told her fans: “Glastonbury, nothing like it in the world, it’s my wet dream.”

On Friday, the rain fall was quite heavy, and as per forecast, there would be further showers on Friday.

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Fife music artists nominated for Scottish Album of the Year

Two well known Fife artists have made it to the Scottish Music Industry Association’s listings for the Scottish Album of the Year Award. St Andrews’ Kid Canaveral and Steve Mason, the Beat Band co-founder, who is actually from Fife but now stays in London, have made it to the shortlist along with the likes of Edwyn Collins as well as former T in Park headliners Biffy Clyro.

According to reports, Kid Canaveral stated that given the quality of the albums that have been nominated earlier, they are delighted to be selected this year. On the other hand, Steve Mason told that having never won an award for any music, she has made, it is a great privilege to be considered for the Scottish Album of the Year Award. It would be great if the only award he has ever won for music came from the country of his birth.
The nominees list showcases the abundance of music unveiled between January, 2013, and December, 2013. Stellar trio of traditional music artists Natalie Haas, Mairéad Ní Mhaonaigh and Alasdair Fraser present The Iona Connection at Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Wednesday night at 8 pm as part of the Music Network National Tour.
The Hebridean isle of Iona is actually the aspiration for this collaboration among Californian cellist Haas, Scots fiddler Fraser, singer Ní Mhaonaigh and Donegal fiddler, as they inquire the connections among the traditional Scottish, Irish as well as old time American music, following the musical steps of tunes which has migrated and establish their way home once more.

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