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Sunday bands at T in the Park

Katie White from The Ting Tings

English pop duo The Ting Tings played King Tut's Wah Wah Tent, with Katie White and Jules De Martino belting out Shut Up and Let Me Go and chart-topper That's Not My Name.

Amy Macdonald

Scottish singer/songwriter Amy Macdonald played the Main Stage in the company of some of T in the Park's biggest draws. She treated the crowd to Poison Prince, Mr Rock'n' Roll and LA.

Tom Clarke from The Enemy

Coventry rock band The Enemy returned to T in the Park with a stint on the Main Stage, following last year's Saturday night performance on The Futures Stage.

Amy Winehouse

Amy Winehouse's Main Stage show drew one of the biggest crowds of the weekend with one of her best performances in recent times. Her set list included classics like Rehab and Black to Black.

Dave McCabe and Abi Harding from The Zutons

Liverpool band The Zutons took to the Radio 1/NME stage alongside headliners The Prodigy, Panic At The Disco, Goo Goo Dolls, One Night Only and The Hoosiers.

Caleb Followill from Kings Of Leon

Rock band The Kings of Leon were the penultimate band to perform on the Main Stage. The three Followill brothers and cousin Matthew played hits including King of the Rodeo, The Bucket and Wasted Time.

Michael Stipe from REM

Headliners REM brought proceedings to a close on the Main Stage, while The Prodigy rounded things off on the Radio 1/NME Stage. The weekend saw 150 acts performing to 80,000 people.



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