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Sam Fender, Nile Rodgers and more join TRNSMT Festival 2022 line-up

TRNSMT Festival 2022 has announced another wave of acts, including Sam Fender, Nile Rodgers & Chic and Self Esteem.The three-day festival will return to Glasgow Green between July 8 and July 10 with headline performances from Paolo Nutini, The Strokes and Lewis Capaldi.Today (November 25) organisers have confirmed that Sam Fender will appear in a special guest slot before Nutini on the Friday night (July 8).

New additions Tom Grennan and Nile Rodgers & Chic will perform earlier that same day.Wet

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TRNSMT Festival 2022 has announced another wave of acts, including Sam Fender, Nile Rodgers & Chic and Self Esteem.The three-day festival will return to Glasgow Green between July 8 and July 10 with headline performances from Paolo Nutini, The Strokes and Lewis Capaldi.Today (November 25) organisers have confirmed that Sam Fender will appear in a special guest slot before Nutini on the Friday night (July 8).
Anne-Marie and Niall Horan have led a huge all-star charity cover of Fleetwood Mac‘s ‘Everywhere’, featuring Ed Sheeran, Yungblud and more.Recorded for BBC Children In Need, the cover sees Anne-Marie and Horan leading the cover of the 1987 track, with an all-star backing band.Also joining the band alongside Yungblud and Sheeran were Sam Smith, Lewis Capaldi and Griff.The video for the cover version sees studio footage of the track being recorded, with Yungblud taking bass duties, Griff on

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Lewis Capaldi (born 7 October 1996) is a Scottish singer-songwriter. He was nominated for the Critics' Choice Award at the 2019 Brit Awards. In March 2019, his single "Someone You Loved" topped the UK Singles Chart where it remained for seven weeks, and in October 2019 it reached number one on the US Billboard Hot 100. On 17 May 2019 he released his debut album, Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent, which remained at the top of the UK Albums Chart for six weeks.