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Friday bands at T in the Park

Newton Faulkner

Newton Faulkner opened T in the Park's Main Stage on Friday afternoon. He ended his set with his own version of the Queen classic Bohemian Rhapsody, with the crowd singing every word back to him.

KT Tunstall

Edinburgh singer KT Tunstall was second up on the Main Stage. She sang songs from her two albums finishing her set with hit Suddenly I See. She even played the drums at the end of the song.

Matthew Murphy, Dan Haggis and Tord Øverland-Knudsen from The Wombats

Liverpool's The Wombats opened the Radio 1/NME stage. They played their hit Moving To New York before finishing with crowd pleaser Let's Dance To Joy Division complete with a nearly-naked male dancer.

Roy Stride from Scouting For Girls

London-based Scouting For Girls were second up on the second Radio 1/NME stage at T in the Park 2008. They asked the crowd who their favourite James Bond was before playing the song of the same name.

Grant Nicholas from Feeder

Newport rockers Feeder played third on the Radio 1/NME stage at the festival. They ended their set with sing-a-long Just A Day having already played Buck Rogers, Lost And Found and High.

Robert Harvey from The Music

Leeds band The Music played before King Tut's Wah Wah Tent headliners Futureheads. Frontman Robert Harvey belted out new song Strength In Numbers and older tunes like The People.

Kelly Jones from Stereophonics

Welsh rockers Stereophonics played just before The Verve on the Main Stage. The band opened with Bartender And The Thief before closing their set with Have A Nice Day.



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