VIRGIN Radio presenter Amy Voce can’t wait to experience TRNSMT – and her first goal is to have a cup of tea with former Oasis bad boy Liam Gallagher.
The 35-year-old DJ heads to Glasgow for her first experience of the music festival and admits she has secret goals.
Amy says, âBackstage, I was hoping to do some tequila shots with Liam.
âBut I interviewed him a few weeks ago and was quite surprised because he said recently that he was more likely to have a cup of tea behind the scenes.
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“I like a cup of tea myself, so I’m ready for that.” It will be fun to see all the acts in their natural environment come off the stage.
“It’s a lot more fun that way.” Amy – who covers the first weekend of the festival for Virgin Radio – feels the lineup matches everything T in the Park or Glastonbury has offered in recent years.
Amy adds, âThere are so many great bands out there. So many bands that I grew up loving and listening to, but also a few that I have never seen.
âI don’t think they could have ended up with better training. I can’t wait to get to Glasgow and enjoy the whole weekend.
Fellow Virgin DJ Eddy Temple-Morris, who heads to TRNSMT for the second weekend of the festival, hopes to find the next big thing at the event.
He helped discover huge bands and hopes he can breathe some air into less publicized acts.
Eddy says, âIt’s all about headliners and massive acts. But I like good music and a good band.
âI asked Kasabian to play my night at a club when nobody cared about them and I remember going to Snow Patrol concerts when there were two people in the audience.
âI have no doubts that one of the small groups of TRNSMT will be huge in the future. And thousands of people will have this âI was thereâ moment.
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