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Omar Souleyman for Electric Picnic 2010 – and rest of Body & Soul bill

Omar’s coming! All the way from Syria to Stradbally, the mighty Omar Souleyman tops the bill on the Body & Soul stage at the Electric Picnic. I saw him at Sonar 2009 and it really was quite a spectacular show. …

Wed, Aug 18, 2010, 10:48

   

Omar’s coming! All the way from Syria to Stradbally, the mighty Omar Souleyman tops the bill on the Body & Soul stage at the Electric Picnic. I saw him at Sonar 2009 and it really was quite a spectacular show.

More previously unannounced names for the Body & Soul stage at EP 2010:

John Cooper Clarke
Timber Timbre
John Smith
Peverelist
Thread Pulls
The Low Sea
Jennifer Evans
Daithi O Dronai
Jimmy Penguin
Martin Hayes & Denis Cahill
Iarla O Lionaird
Spook of the Thirteenth Lock
Holy Roman Army
Johnny Flynn
I Draw Slow
Tucan
Lisa O’Neill
Nouveaunoise
Ultan Conlon 
Ambulance
Kill Krinkle Club
Twin Kranes
Hunter Gatherer
Natural History Museum
Patrick Kelleher
Butterfly Explosion
Deaf Joe
Maud in Cahoots

Meanwhile, here’s Omar in action

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