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Frank Turner live at Wembley Arena

  • Frank Turner played Wembley Arena on April 13th, and we got some great behind the scenes snaps of all the action.

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  • "We were going to have lasers but that was too expensive, so we opted for a really comfy keyboard stool instead."

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  • "Um, people are going to turn up, right?""

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  • That merch stand in all its, er, glory.

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  • Frank Turner shows us where the drummer is made to sleep if he misses a beat.

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  • A few moments after this photo was taken, support act Billy Bragg caught a flying peanut in his mouth, just by chance.

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  • "WEMBLEY! Holler if you dig my silky waist coat!"

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  • A member of crowd and a security guard team up for an unexpected duet of the Whitney Houston classic "I Will Always Love You".

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  • "Take it away, Snazzy Jeff!" Frank introduces a controversial bongo solo for 'I Knew Prufrock Before He Got Famous'.

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  • This man has a 92 tattoos of Frank's face on his back.

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  • "Wait...I just farted!"

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  • Getting tatted up in celebration of the Wembley shows.

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  • Frank's 24 song set included a cover of Queen 'Somebody To Love' and Bob Dylan's 'The Time's Are A-Changing'.

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  • Frank's mum turned up to play harmonica on 'Dan's Song' (and also to do his washing up).

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  • "Hands up everyone who writes poetry to their cats."

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  • Frank was joined by Emily Barker & The Red Clay Halos for four tracks including 'Peggy Sang The Blues'.

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  • Billy Bragg duetted with Frank on a version of Dylan's 'The Times Are A-Changing'.

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  • "I'd just like to thank the makers of ticker tape..."

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  • For a full report of Frank's Wembley show click here.

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