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Two songs after taking to the stage, Grammy winner Foxes very abruptly left the Hydro during what was, up until then, a very good performance.
What caused this sudden storming off, we may never know.
No under 14’s are allowed within the standing area.
Top this off with the perpetually impressive ‘Dakota’ and a performance of ‘Maybe Tomorrow’ that made Noel Gallagher’s ‘Don’t Look Back In Anger’ sound like a poorly played karaoke tune, Stereophonics certainly showed that they are not yet past their sell by date.
And as the Clyde 1 Live 2015 festival-goers left the comfort of the SSE Hydro to return to the cold and blustery conditions of central Glasgow, they must surely feel that although there were some flickers of greatness throughout the night, there could have been so much more from the artists on show.
The band played a small selection of what were clearly crowdpleasers, delighting all in attendance with their Irish charm and wonderful acoustic performance, making their mark with the limited four song show.
Overall, Kodaline were nothing short of brilliant and the undoubted highlight of the night’s entertainment.
Clyde 1’s Superscoreboard team got their hands on the trophies all SPFL clubs are chasing as the famous football radio show prepares for an incredible 43rd consecutive season covering Scotland’s national sport.