Wed 22nd June – Sun 26th June 2011
Worthy Farm, Pilton
Transforming into a fully blown soul-pop sensation thanks to his 2010 number 1 song about rejection, Forget You, today's Cee Lo is a far cry from his early days as Goodie Mob rapper. In fact Mr Green has traded in much of his hip hop roots in favour of a Soul and R&B aesthetic.
No stranger to commercial success, Cee Lo achieved much praise for his collaboration with producer Danger Mouse as one half of Gnarls Barkley. His powerhouse vocals on their 2006 hit Crazy jettisoned them to the top of the charts in the UK and US. Having performed earlier this year at the Brits (with Paloma Faith) and The Grammy Awards in the US (with Gwyneth Paltrow and a troop of Muppets) Cee Lo made his way to Glastonbury where his uplifting choruses were most welcome.
Leader Of The Gang
I Want You
Gone Daddy Gone
Flash 4 Fantasy
Crazy (Mariachi Version)
Don't Stop Believing
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