Shlomo joins Sam Duckworth on the Pyramid Stage
Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly was joined by human beatbox Shlomo during his Pyramid Stage slot at the Glastonbury Festival today (June 28).
Sam Duckworth and his band, who were being watched by earlier performer Kate Nash from the side of the stage, were helped out by Shlomo on ‘Oak Tree’.
Duckworth later told the crowd: “I stood watching Gogol Bordello on this stage a few years ago – and I never thought it would be me up here one day.”
The star, whose setlist also included ‘Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly’ and ‘Face In The Crowd’, told punters to visit the Left Field Stage, and in particular to check out his hero Billy Bragg‘s set, as well as listen to veteran politician Tony Benn‘s customary oratory.
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