The greatest show: Glastonbury's return a 'massive TV opportunity' for biz

Andre Paine

Glastonbury still has the power to transform an artist’s campaign, Emily Eavis has told Music Week.

With the iconic festival returning this week after a fallow year, industry execs have confirmed it is still the most important platform for music as a result of the high-profile BBC TV, radio and online coverage.

While the line-up of new and returning headliners on the Pyramid stage – Stormzy, The Killers and The Cure – has had a mixed response, Eavis defended ...

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