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Bonnaroo: Paul McCartney rules
By SP_COP on June 18, 2013 | From whttp
Bonnaroo: Paul McCartney rules  Bonnaroo has a reputation for being an all-night bender. But even if you suspect that the happy atmosphere here may have something to do with a large stock of illicit substances, you can't doubt the genuine goodwill that sloshes around the place. When Mumford & Sons had to pull out of the headlining slot because of bassist Ted Dwane's sudden illness, Jack Johnson only at the festival to hang out with his friends Animal Liberation Orchestra and listen to music was asked to fill in, despite the fact he hadn't performed with his band in more than a year.

And so Manchester, Tennessee hosted a Jack Johnson comeback gig, and no one minded when he forgot a few lyrics. He even whipped up a song about the saga, with a chorus specially crafted to allow the crowd to howl out "Bonnaroo", before leading them in a singalong of Mumford's The Cave. There was Brushfire Fairytales, an acoustic encore, and some lively backup from the Preservation Hall Jazz Band.

This being America's version of Glastonbury, however, there were plenty of options to suit the eclectic ear. You could get up with Nas, get down with the National, or get high with Empire of the Sun; you could soak in a whole magical day of acoustic picking courtesy of Ed Helms's Bluegrass Situation. There was no doubt about who Bonnaroo's big star was this weekend, however. Rumour has it the organisers have been trying to secure Paul McCartney for years, and he arrived on Friday night with a phalanx of police outriders, taking to the stage to shouts of: "We love you Sir Paul!"...
NAMES: Paul McCartney, Ed Helms, Jack Johnson, Mumford & Sons, Nas, Ted Dwane
TAGS: Bonnaroo, Music
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