Today's Top 10... Concerts At Hydro Arena

1 Rod Stewart:

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The rocker was the first to perform at the venue last September.

2 Fleetwood Mac: Veteran band also played at the Hydro within a week of the opening.

3 Michael Buble: The Canadian singer played to a sell-out arena for three nights in March.

4 Jesus Christ Superstar: The show starring Chris Moyles and Mel C was staged in October.

5 Bruno Mars: The Hawaiian pop star packed the arena in October and wowed his fans.

6 MOBO awards: Last year's Music of Black Origin awards were held there.

7 Proclaimers: The brothers from Leith were the first Scottish act to play the venue.

8 Black Sabbath: The 70s band - ­complete with Ozzy Osbourne - rocked the joint in October.

9 Disney On Ice: One for the kids in March with this Disney spectacular.

10 Beyonce: And one for the grown-ups, Beyonce brought her Mrs Carter Show to Glasgow in February.

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