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Saturday bands at T in the Park

Gabriella Cilmi

Australian newcomer Gabriella Cilmi performed on the Futures Stage wearing a trendy tartan bodice. She sang single Sweet About Me. Other bands on the stage included Glasvegas and Cajun Dance Party.

Sharleen Spiteri

Sharleen Spiteri played after Gun on the Main Stage. The Texas singer played an acoustic version of It Was You from her solo album Melody before covering All The Things I've Done by The Killers.

Kate Nash

London singer Kate Nash used the same set at T in the Park as she used at Glastonbury, singing from inside half an oyster shell in an under-the-sea theme. She finished with hit single Foundations.

Dan Gillespie Sells from The Feeling

English band The Feeling were on the Main Stage after Kate Nash. The group rolled out hits like Love It When You Call and even covered a-ha's hit from the 80s, Take On Me, with the crowd singing along.

Billy Lunn and Charlotte Cooper from The Subways

Hertfordshire band The Subways played fourth on the Radio 1/NME stage before The Raconteurs. They played Girls And Boys from latest album, All Or Nothing and crowd pleaser Rock And Roll Queen.

Liam Fray from The Courteeners

Manchester band The Courteeners played the Radio 1/NME Stage. They played songs including Fallowfield Hillbilly and No You Didn't No You Don't before ending with What Took You So Long?

Simon Neil from Biffy Clyro

Ayrshire band Biffy Clyro played behind The Kooks on the Main Stage. They opened with favourites Saturday Superhouse and Who's Got A Match and also played new single Mountains.

Luke Pritchard from The Kooks

The Kooks played behind The Fratellis on the Main Stage without regular drummer Paul Garred. They played She Moves In Her Own Way and Shine before ending with Always Where I Need To Be.

Jack White from The Raconteurs

The Raconteurs played the Radio 1/NME Stage before Saturday headliners, Kaiser Chiefs. The group played hit Steady, As She Goes and finished on Salute Your Solution, a song from their second album.

Jon Fratelli from The Fratellis

Glaswegians The Fratellis had the honour of playing behind main headliners Rage Against The Machine. They got the crowd going for Whistle For The Choir and penultimate song Chelsea Dagger.


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