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Rocking wedding music for Kate Moss as she hopes for mini-Glasto

By Elisabeth Edvardsen on March 21st, 2011 2 comments

Finding the right band and deciding on the songs for your wedding can be a headache. Do you go with traditional wedding tunes or opt for a more personal choice that might or might not be to everyone’s taste?

Staying true to her rock chick image, British supermodel Kate Moss – who is tying the knot with rocker Jamie Hince on 2nd July 2011 – has reportedly drawn up a long list of acts she is keen to have perform at the couple’s wedding in the hope of turning the event into a “mini Glastonbury” festival.

Included on the list are Led Zeppelin and the Rolling Stones and the fashion queen is also believed to be in touch to Duran Duran, The Clash, Kanye West, Primal Scream and Gossip frontwoman Beth Ditto.

An insider explained: “Kate is pulling out the big guns for her wedding. She has drawn up her dream list of artists she wants to play and is wasting no time asking them. A lot of them are her mates and shouldn’t have any problem doing a number.

Don’t know about you, but we would pay big money to be a part of Kate’s festivalesque wedding. But by the looks of it Kate’s huge guest list is proving problematic and she is having issues finding a venue that is big enough to accommodate the couple and their showbiz pals.

Speaking to The Sun, the source added: “After weeks of searching, there are options but Kate’s out-growing them with her guest list. She has been worrying about it as it’s getting so big and she’s reluctant to take anyone off. She wants to invite everyone who has been there for her since she was young.”

If anyone reading this has a large venue fit for a catwalk queen and her posse this July, let us know and we’ll pass on the details.

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