Scots singer rocks out at new cafe

SCOTS songbird KT Tunstall thrilled fans at the official opening of Glasgow's Hard Rock cafe

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SCOTS songbird KT Tunstall thrilled fans at the official opening of Glasgow's Hard Rock cafe

She kicked off three-days of celebrations with a live set yesterday.

The Suddenly I See singer, who played at the Hard Rock Edinburgh's 10th anniversary and donated memorabilia to the Glasgow eatery, was followed by We Were Promised Jetpacks and The LaFontaines.

Today, The River 68's will perform in Glasgow as well as The Recovery, Bear Arms, The Holy Ghosts with Kassidy topping the bill.

From 11pm, Radio 1 DJ Ally McCrae will be on the decks.

The celebrations will hit a crescendo tomorrow night with a traditional Hard Rock guitar smash, which officially opens every cafe, casino and hotel owned by the chain.

Glasgow band The Fratellis will then perform at the Grand Opening Party followed by a DJ set from John McInally.

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