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Glastonbury Festival

Lopa Kothari presents a special Glastonbury Festival 2017 edition, with live music and new releases from artists appearing at the festival.

Lopa Kothari presents a special edition live from the Glastonbury Festival featuring Ghana's Pat Thomas and his Kwashibu Area Band and New Orleans' Hot 8 Brass Band, both performing today on the West Holts Stage. British folk group The Young'uns drop in for a session backstage in the BBC Music Tepee and new releases come from some of the world music artists to be appearing at the festival over the weekend including Songhoy Blues, Oumou Sangare and Orchestra Baobab. Lopa is joined in the mobile studio by Canadian singer Martha Wainwright and Quinton Scott, record collector and founder of Afrobeat specialists Strut Records.

2 hours

Music Played

  • Songhoy Blues

    Ir Ma Sobay

  • Hot 8 Brass Band

    Keep It Funky

  • The Young'uns

    Ghafoors Bus

  • Pat Thomas

    Eye Colo

  • Pat Thomas

    Mber Papa

  • Martha Wainwright

    So Down

  • Orchestra Baobab


  • Michou

    Maloya Ton Tisane

  • Hot 8 Brass Band

    Ghost Town

  • Broadway Dance Band

    Wofo Nono

  • Uhuru Dance Band

    Yahyia Mu

  • Nana Tuffour

    Owuo Aye Mebi

  • Pat Thomas

    Gyae Su

  • Pat Thomas

    Coming Home

  • Pat Thomas


  • DAM

    Street Poetry

  • The Young'uns

    Be the Man

  • Rajasthan Heritage Brass Band


  • Oumou SangarĂ©


  • Ata Kak

    Obaa Sima


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