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Irish group Beoga pig out at Glasto.

Byline: KEELEY RYAN

IRISH band Beoga said they "made pigs" of themselves at Glastonbury where they shared a stage with Ed Sheeran.

Bodhran player Eamon Murray confessed he was "dying" after the band "took a good run at it" at Worthy Farm.

He told Al Porter on Today FM: "We took a couple of days over there.

"We took a good run at it and made pigs of ourselves."

The Co Antrim band joined Ed on stage for his hit Galway Girl, which they co-wrote, and Nancy Mulligan.

Eamon added: "For sure it's the biggest thing we've ever done. It's a long way from playing to 15 people in Dingle or 24 people in Mullingar."

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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Jun 28, 2017
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