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T in the Park 2005


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Although tickets for the event sold out in a record four days back in February, Edith Bowman and Dougie Anderson head north of the border to make sure that sofa-bound music aficionados get their pick of the performances from the two-day festival at Balado by Kinross.
Over 170 artists will be entertaining the masses across ten stages and coverage begins with live sets from Brit award-winners Keane, legendary soulster James Brown , urban music favourite the Streets and American supergroup Audioslave.
Plus a headlining performance from US rockers the Foo Fighters, and highlights from the likes of New Order, Suzanne Vega , Kasabian and the La's. More tomorrow at 7pm.


Unknown: Edith Bowman
Unknown: Dougie Anderson
Unknown: James Brown
Unknown: Suzanne Vega

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