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Mumford and Sons Close Glastonbury With Help From Friends

By David Goe

Mumford and Sons closed Sunday night at Glastonbury, one of the world's biggest music festival, with a cover of The Beatles "With A Little Help From My Friends." Fittingly, the band teamed up with a couple friends, Vampire Weekend, The Vaccines and First Aid Kit to perform the classic tune in front of 80,000 crazed spectators. It was the band's first performance since cancelling several US shows, including Telluride Bluegrass Festival and Bonnaroo, due to bassist Ted Dwayne’s brain surgery. Dwayne, who is still in recovery, did join the band onstage to celebrate the big night. 

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