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Glastonbury 2024: Russell Crowe covers Dire Straits and Johnny Cash on Acoustic Stage

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Russell Crowe performed his much-anticipated set at Glastonbury 2024 with covers of songs by Dire Straits and Johnny Cash at the Acoustic Stage.Yesterday afternoon (June 29), Crowe took the stage with his backing band, the Indoor Garden Party, for a full set of electric blues-rock tuneage that included original music and covers of Dire Straits’ ‘Romeo & Juliet’, Amy Shark’s ‘Psycho’, and Johnny Cash’s ‘Folsom Prison Blues’.Where am I now?⁦@BBCRadio2⁩ ⁦@BBC6Music⁩ pic.twitter.com/cFyTTNMMRt— Russell Crowe (@russellcrowe) June 29, 2024Russell Crowe at @glastonbury.

Patiently waiting for him to play 'Fighting round the world' with Tugger pic.twitter.com/HA7mnQGW8u— Ryan Bailey (@RyanJayBailey) June 29, 2024Crowe once performed ‘Psycho’ with Shark at an event in Australia in January 2023, where he filled in to perform the verses that were originally recorded by Blink-182‘s Mark Hoppus.Last April, Glastonbury made the announcement of Russell Crowe’s addition to the line-up.

In an interview that same month with Radio X’s Chris Moyles, Crowe revealed that, up to that point, they were required to keep their booking a secret – which was not an easy thing for his band.“I got a group of musicians around me and they’ve been playing all of their lives,” he said. “For them to be playing at Glastonbury, they just wanted to tell somebody.

But they had to keep it secret.”For now, Crowe will soldier on with his band for a UK tour this week onwards. The Gladiator actor’s gigs will kick off at the Gaiety Theatre in Dublin on July 1.

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