Paul McClure from Oakham in Rutland makes his Glastonbury debut
A Rutland musician has described his Glastonbury debut as ‘fantastic’.
Paul McClure, 47, from Oakham who uses the stage name of the ‘Rutland Troubador’ , performed twice in the Avalon Cafe to launch his fifth album, Market Town.
The Americana/Folk singer, said: “It was really, really great. We had a fantastic time.
“It’s not like any other festival I’ve performed at.
“It has a positive vibe all around and the crowd were really good.
“There’s just so much to do there and everybody is so relaxed.”
Paul, a father of two, said his highlights included seeing Cheryl Crow, Fat Boy Slim and Liam Gallagher on the Pyramid Stage.
He added: “It’s a sensory overload from the moment you get there. Imagine somebody built a city and filled it with bars, restaurants and other entertainment – and 200,000 people live there and they are all on a big night out, all of the time!”
Paul also thanked his fans for their support.