Arctic Monkeys boost upbeat crowd as Glastonbury mud dries

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Liam Gallagher performs with his band Beady Eye during the Glastonbury music festival at Worthy Farm in SomersetBy Isla Binnie PILTON, England (Reuters) – British indie rock band Arctic Monkeys cranked up the volume to end the first day of the Glastonbury festival on Friday when the sun emerged after 18 hours of rain to brighten up the mood. The band from Sheffield in northern England began by blasting their new single "Do I Wanna Know?" to about 100,000 high-spirited revelers from the main Pyramid stage at the world's largest greenfield music festival in southwest England. "We're going to play all night long Glastonbury. … USA, LLC OnDeck