James Morrison kicks off T In The Park Main Stage action

Musical action begins on sunny Balado site

James Morrison kicks off T In The Park Main Stage action
James Morrison kicked off T In The Park's Main Stage action this evening (July 10) with a buoyant set heavy on hit singles and singalongs.

Taking the stage at 6pm (BST), the blues singer performed solidly and, despite the early billing, managed to perk up the relatively small crowd - with The Maccabees proving a popular draw at the same time as his set in the nearby King Tut's Wah Wah Tent.

Noting the glorious sun beating down on the festival the singer paused before 'You Give Me Something' to thank the punters for joining him on this "beautiful occasion".

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James Morrison played:

'The Only Night'
'Under The Influence'
'You Give Me Something'
'Broken Strings'
'If You Don't Wanna Love Me'
'Precious Love'
'Nothing Ever Hurt Like You'
'Call The Police'
'Wonderful World'


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