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Glastonbury Festival isn't just about the young hipsters and veteran performers like Dolly Parton, Shirley Bassey and Tom Jones have shown they still have what it takes to thrill the crowds. See who shut down the pyramid stage at Glasto over the last 20 years.
The iconic country music star, lit up the stage at Glastonbury this year with her dazzling outfits, big hair and even bigger hit songs such as '9 to 5' and 'Jolene'. So did she mime? Who cares we will always love you Dolly!
Silver fox, Tom Jones, 74, proved he still had the ability to make the ladies go wild when he and his snake hips took to the pyramid stage in 2009.
Rolling Stones frontman, Mick, showed off his rubber lips and signature moves at Worthy Farm in 2013. The performance marked the first time that the band had headlined the iconic festival.
Diva and Welsh singer, Shirley Bassey brought a bucket load of glamour to the festival by famously making her way through Worthy Farm dressed in an evening gown and a pair of wellies. Her performance was packed out!
The 'Born In The USA' hit-maker was a smash and made for a memorable headliner when he took over the pyramid stage with the E Street Band in 2009.
With a back catalogue larger than most acts put together, Stevie Wonder reminded everyone why he is truly a legend when he headlined the festival four years ago.
Widely considered as one of the most influential artists of all time, the late Johnny Cash took the stage at Glastonbury in 1994 to play hits such as 'A Boy Named Sue'.
Beatles legend, Paul, took to the stage for a solo rendition of the group's most famous anthems including, 'Hey Jude', which had the 100,000 strong crowd singing along in unison.
Disco hit-maker, Nile Rodgers, finally got his moment in the spotlight when he took to the stage with CHIC in 2013 to perform hits such as 'Freak Out'. The famous producer is also responsible for making a string of iconic songs for Madonna, David Bowie and Diana Ross.
The 'Brown Eyed Girl' hitmaker's performances are widely described as mystical and transcendental but his performance at Worthy Farm will always be remembered as legendary.