Sunday 27 March 2016


ADELE fans got a special present from the star following her Scottish gigs.
The singer made sure each and every audience member had the opportunity of taking away a little piece of her after the concerts at The SSE Hydro in Glasgow.
During the finale of each show confetti dropped from the roof of the venue, showering everyone with love and good wishes from the star.
The specially made confetti carried messages of goodwill from the singer in her own handwriting.
Messages on them included Hello, Thanks for Coming, We Could Have Had It All and All My Love, Adele.
Some people scrambled to ensure they got a piece of the special memorabilia before it was swept away following the gig.
During the singer's second night at the SSE Hydro she also draped herself in a saltire as she sang Oscar winning song Skyfall.

- From Scotland with love from


 BAY City Roller Alan Longmuir ended up playing Shangalang after becoming the  surprise guest at a Scots celtic rock gig.
 The legendary popster surprised punters at the Dundee gig by award-winning Scots celtic rock band Gleadhraich who were Rolling in Talent alongside Britain’s Got Talent winner Jai McDowall.
 The band, who were Angus Cultural Ambassadors in 2014, were joined by  two talents for their sell-out show at the Starlight Showroom.
After a kilted Jai provided vocals on Loch Lomond, the Carnoustie band welcomed Alan to the stage.
As he brought out his acoustic guitar the lads in the band joined him to play a special rendition of 1972 hit Shang-A-Lang sending the crowd into raptures.
The band then closed the show with their version of Take On Me from their second EP, Where We’re From, with confetti canons blasting into the crowd and showering the band as they took their final bows to David Bowie’s fitting Heroes.
 Both guest spots came about through piper Craig Weir who had supported the artists over the last few years.
 Craig piped on the Bay City Roller’s reunion tour last Christmas, with Queen at the SSE Hydro in January 2015 and twice with The Libertines. He’s also composed and played a tune to the Dalai Lama in 2012 and along with brother, Paul, played Arnold Schwarzenegger into his Edinburgh business event in January.
 Craig said: “We were keen to make this show extra special with the addition of a couple of special guests.
 We’d previously played with Jai and thought it would be great to get him to sing with us. When I was on the Bay City Rollers tour I discussed with Alan the idea of him guesting for us, so when I asked if he was up for it he agreed straight away. I still can’t believe it’s really happened.
 “To have both of these major Scottish artists playing with the band was amazing and hopefully the crowd enjoyed the surprises. It certainly completed the night for us!”
Afterwards, Roller Alan, who kept his promise to play despite suffering from flu, said: “They’re a great band.”
 Jai added: “I was panicky before the gig, as I normally am, but once I was on stage the audience were great and the boys were brilliant too.”