Pampered rock stars at Glastonbury (and everywhere else to be fair) is probably a stereotype that has some legs. However, one legend will make Mick Lynch smile as he headed to the world famous festival.
The rock star in question was former Nirvana drummer and Foo Fighters lead signer David Grohl.
To be fair he is already widely known as the nicest man in rock.
Anyway, he took the train while our esteemed PM Rishi Sunak takes helicopters and private jets whenever he can, it seems.
The 54-year-old Foo Fighters frontman was spotted taking the train to Castle Cary, which is the nearest station to Glastonbury Festival.
Grohl’s band took to the stage as the secret act billed as The Churnups, a surprise addition to an already incredible line-up.
Glastonbury Mick Lynch
Twitter user, and Labour MP hopeful, Chris Webb shared a photo of the long-haired musician grinning alongside one of the train’s attendants.
He wrote: “Just when you think you can’t like Dave Grohl anymore, here he is travelling to #Glasto by train and supporting @RMTunion workers and asking for a badge. #Legend #glastonbury2023 @foofighters.”
Here he is!
This is true to be fair…
Glastonbury Elton John
Sir Elton John has shared some devastating news after his headline set at Glastonbury on Sunday night.
John took to the Pyramid Stage, closing the festival at Worthy Farm and it went down well with most people.
Now, he has addressed his future in a statement shared on his Instagram, he said: “Thank you Glastonbury! The energy last night was like nothing else, and I couldn’t be more grateful to the crowd and the people watching at home for all your love and support.
“You will be in my heart and soul forever.
“UK, what a farewell. I love you.”