Shania Twain's Glastonbury Legends Slot plagued by "horrific" sound issues

Shania Twain's Glastonbury Legends Slot plagued by "horrific" sound issues

Coldplay closed the night at Glastonbury Festival, headlining the Pyramid Stage for a record-breaking fifth time. The band performed several of their biggest hits, including "Yellow," "Paradise," "The Scientist," "Fix You," and "Clocks." The evening also featured performances by rapper Little Simz, singer Laura Mvula, and Back to the Future star Michael J. Fox. The festival promises an eclectic lineup across various stages throughout the weekend.

Blues musician Seasick Steve also performed at Glastonbury, offering a distinct experience with his raw voice and guitar made out of a Mississippi number plate. He shared stories from his early life, including his appearance on Jools Holland's TV show. Indie-rock songwriter Rachel Chinouriri followed his set, performing songs from her acclaimed debut album, "What a Devastating Turn of Events."

Shania Twain's performance in the Legends Slot at Glastonbury faced technical issues, with fans complaining about sound quality. The country-pop star struggled with her in-ear monitors and mic pack, affecting her timing with the band during the opening song. Fans took to social media to express their frustration, though some defended Twain, who is currently on her greatest hits tour and will headline the British Summer Time Festival in July. Twain's performance followed headline sets from Dua Lipa and Coldplay.

Overall, Glastonbury Festival featured a mix of musical genres and artists, with performances from Shania Twain, Dua Lipa, and Coldplay drawing significant attention. Despite some technical issues, the festival continues to be a major event in the music calendar, showcasing a diverse range of talents.


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