(CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — Answering questions after the end of this years Glastonbury festival, head organizer Michael Eavis gave his thoughts on chasing supergroup U2 to perform:
"I'm not doing the U2 thing again. They've got to phone me now, I can tell you that," he told reporters.
He revealed that he is much more interested in more modern rock groups to headline the 2007 event.
"A lot of these new bands are creeping up fast. The best bands of this year have been Kaiser Chiefs, Razorlight, Bloc Party and there are so many of them out there who are racing up the scale.
"One of those are going to be headlining eventually. There's plenty of new stuff to choose from. If U2 give me a ring I'd be delighted, but I'm not going to ring them anymore."
The festival will be taking a break next year to allow the ravaged Worthy Farm time to recover from this year's mud-stricken party. –by CelebrityAccess Staff Writers