Queens Of The Stone Age ask fans to choose Glastonbury setlist

Zane Lowe helps band announce online poll

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Queens Of The Stone Age have asked fans to pick their 10 favourite songs by the band, which they will then perform during their set at this summer’s Glastonbury.

During an interview with Zane Lowe for BBC Radio 1 (broadcast May 31), Josh Homme explained how listeners would be able to have a say in the setlist for their headline slot on the Other Stage on Sunday June 26.

Voting is open from now until June 9 at 9pm. If you want to have a hand in what songs they play, then visit: www.bbc.co.uk/radio1/zanelowe.

Fans will be able to choose from 50 songs from the Queens Of The Stone Age back catalogue.

The results will be unveiled by Josh Homme on Zane Lowe’s Radio 1 show on June 23, the day before the show.

Highlights from the gig will be broadcast on BBC Radio 1 on June 27.

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