Scott writes The Clutha Lament

SINGER Scott Peden has penned his own Clutha tribute song.

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He will perform The Clutha Lament at a charity gig next month, when he is joined by Big Country, Alabama 3, Frightened Rabbit, and Rod Jones of Idlewild.

James King and The Lonewolves will also take to the stage of the Barrowlands for the Clutha Celebration Concert on February 15.

All cash raised will go to the Clutha Appeal Fund for the families of the 10 people who died when a police helicopter crashed through the roof of the packed pub in November.

Organisers said all acts on the bill will record The Clutha Lament together in "true Band Aid style" and it will later be released.

Tickets for the show, which runs from 2pm until midnight, are available from Tickets Scotland and cost £20.

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