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Jason Webley

At Glastonbury on The Sensation Seeker’s Stage 9pm Saturday (and various other times too)

WTF???!!! I personally thought he was rubbish. He played rubbish on his accordian and in between songs he talked rubbish too. But this is just my personal opinion of ocurse. For some reason (unbeknown to me) he had a group of fans numbering 50 or so, who spent nearly the whole set infront of the stage dancing enthusiatically. The audience were more entertaining than he was, that’s for sure. To me it all sounded like that dull noise you get from some distant radio channel when you’re trying to tune in to your local radio station.

The highlight was when he played My Bonny lies over the Ocean. And got everyone to stand up and sit down on the words beginning with B. This brought back fun memories of when we did that at Guide camp. (It also got a couple of drunk people at the front to fall over; which was funny).

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