Another artist who proved to be a major hit at this year’s Glastonbury Festival was Rick Astley.
The singer treated fans to a cover of Harry Styles’ ‘As It Was’, along with showing off his skills on the drum kit, with a live rendition of AC/DC’s ‘Highway To Hell’.
Rick Astley who is renowned for his 1980s hit ‘Never Gonna Give You Up’, told the crowd, “I’ve had many dreams in my life. One of my dreams has been to perform at Glastonbury – that dream has come true today”.
He also added, “Maybe even possibly bigger… is for me to play drums to the first record that I learned to play the drums to”.
Rick Astley Blossoms At Glastonbury
Following this, Rick Astley joined English pop band Blossoms on the Pyramid Stage, to cover several hits from The Smiths.
The pair joined forces to cover hits including ‘Panic’, ‘Heaven Knows I’m Miserable Now’, and ‘What Difference Does It Make?’.
Astley and Blossoms also performed the track ‘The Is A Light That Never Goes Out’, another hit from the Smiths.
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Other highlights from Glastonbury also saw fans who watched Queens Of The Stone Age form a circle pit, as the band performed their 2002 hit ‘Song For The Dead’.
You can also check this out and Nova’s report here.
Another artist who stunned the Pyramid Stage last weekend was Elton John, whose performance broke BBC viewing records.