NILE Rogers proved that he has more stamina than the rest after he hotfooted it to London straight after his set at the SSE Hydro.

The funk legend managed to make it to the studios of BBC Breakfast just hours after hitting the stage in Glasgow.

Nile is one of my favourite musicians and he’s such a nice guy.

He told me that last time he was here he went to Rogano and sat in Rod Stewart’s favourite seat there to try thr grub. He said: “The oysters were fantastic.”

Nile who is chief creative advisor at Abbey Road Studios also told me they he took Emeli Sande to a ‘cool place’ when they recorded together.

He said: “Very few artists feel eccentric to me because that quirkiness is what makes them unique and that’s the thing I’m sort of hoping for .”

He said of Abbey Road where they recorded: “If its good enough for The Beatles, it’s good enough for me and Emeli.”