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29th June 2012

Hats off to these buskers- they must be ‘Superstar Tradesmen’

The Dryburgh Soul Band will open the main stage next Saturday at T in the Park

T in the Park has the most passionate fans and so festival organisers like to keep the excitement at festival fever pitch by throwing in some added value and extra surprises as we get closer to the campsite gates opening next Thursday 5th July.   It is with huge excitement that organisers announce the addition of a home-grown and hugely successful band – ‘The Dryburgh Soul Band’.
The name may not be instantly recognisable but these cheeky chaps are no strangers to T in the Park.  Originally from Dundee the guys first rocked T in the Park in 2006 before returning again in 2007.  Their most talked about performance came in 2009 when they brought the house down to a jam packed King Tut’s Tent.  They have played the Main Stage to a captive audience every year since, but they didn’t have the ‘Same Jeans’ on!
The band released their first album in 2007 and were nominated for the Mercury Music Prize the same year.  The debut album was a great success, going platinum and providing the guys with three top twenty UK singles.  Since then the band have released two more albums, all soaring into the charts and their fourth studio album will be released on 9th July.
Can you guess who it is yet???…

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T In The Park - 6-8th Jul 2012 - Balado Activity Centre
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