Music Weekly at Glastonbury 2009: Day three – Kasabian

Serge from Kasabian talks about warming up for Bruce Springsteen at Glastonbury, Little Boots plays a tune on her Xylophone and Erol Alkan tells us what he’d ban from the festival. Plus, reviews and previews

In today’s Music Weekly at Glastonbury …

– Serge from Kasabian talks about warming up for Bruce Springsteen (they were just before him on the Pyramid stage), and he talks about his previous Glastonbury experiences: “What goes up, must come down …”

LISTEN TO INTERVIEW ON THE GUARDIAN WEBSITE

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One Response to “Music Weekly at Glastonbury 2009: Day three – Kasabian”

  1. Viewers of the Kasabian set broadcast on the BBC on Saturday might not realise why front man Tom Meighan kept on smiling during the band’s performance of “Fire”. Well, in true Woodstock spirit, a statuesque blonde was perched on the shoulders of a fellow reveller and at one point, the cameras zoomed in to show she was topless. Her image was broadcast across the festival’s screens, to the pleasure of the crowd, who gave her a roar of approval.

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