Paul Smith thinks he spotted the legend's subtle nod to Jacko
Speaking in an NME.COM video you can watch below, the singer said he thinks he spotted a small but significant gesture during Young’s headlining slot on the Pyramid Stage.
“He opened with ‘Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black)’ which is about a fallen rock star. He said ‘the king is gone, but he’s not forgotten’, and while he was singing it he put his hand up in a sort of Jacko pose.
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