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Sam Fender performs ‘Getting Started’ during impressive and emotional Glastonbury debut

Sam Fender impressed fans on his Glastonbury debut with an emotional set that cemented the North Shields star as one of Britain's best.Occupying Friday's penultimate Pyramid Stage slot due to US rapper Doja Cat pulling out, he seized his opportunity to wow what is surely one of the biggest crowds of his career so far. Fender had thousands eating out the palm of his hand as they sang back the “woah's” during “Seventeen Going Under”, just one of the highlights of his brilliant set. Click here to sign up for our newsletters.
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Sam Fender hails Glastonbury debut as ‘most crazy experience’ during Pyramid set

Sam Fender has described making his Glastonbury debut as the “most crazy experience” as he performed on the Pyramid Stage.The 28-year-old singer played a selection of his popular tracks including Seventeen Going Under to a crowd of excited fans waving flags and singing along.After playing his song Getting Started, the singer said: “Hello Glastonbury how are we doing?“Me and the boys have never been here before. We’ve never been here as punters, never played here before and we’re doing that all in one day which is the most crazy experience.”He performed an array of songs including Will We Talk?, Spice...
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Sam Fender apologises for ‘disrespectful’ and ‘ignorant’ Johnny Depp post

Sam Fender has apologised after sharing a photo of himself with Johnny Depp in a Newcastle pub and describing the actor as a “hero”.The musican was pictured alongside Depp and musician Jeff Beck, who has welcomed Depp on stage during a number of recent UK gigs.Fender shared the photo on his Instagram stories page alongside the caption: “some serious heroes”. He later appeared to delete the image.The photograph was shared on the night that the verdict was delivered on Depp’s high-profile legal battle with ex-wife Amber Heard.In a new Instagram post, Fender addressed his photograph with the Pirates of...
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