Mark Ronson Performs With Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker At Glastonbury | Music News

 

Mark Ronson performed at Glastonbury last weekend and brought out Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker, who he collaborated with last year on three tracks on the Uptown Special LP. They performed “Daffodils” and “Leaving Los Feliz” which you can watch the footage of below. Kevin Parker wasn’t Ronson’s only special guest of the night. NME reports that Theophilus London came onstage at the beginning of the set to do “Ooh Wee”, then after that Andrew Wyatt of Miike Snow performed “animals” and then teamed up with Boy George for “Somebody To Love”. Finally, Ronson also had celebrity guests Mary J. Blige, Grandmaster Flash, and George Clinton (who Ronson referred to as the forefather of uptown funk) come out to perform “Uptown Funk”.

 

 

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