Paul McCartney has been announced as the first Glastonbury 2020 headliner. The former Beatle will grace the Pyramid stage for the festival's 50th anniversary.
McCartney previously played Glastonbury in 2004. His setlists in recent years have spanned his entire career, from The Beatles and Wings to his solo work.
But is it still worth going to see legendary artists when they reach a certain age and their voice isn't what it used to be?
John Caddell and Dee Reddy debated this issue with Matt in our music slot.
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