KASSIDY, Aberdeen, Glasgow, Lewis Andrew, Hamish Fingland
KASSIDY played their most intimate gig yesterday - when they performed in a fan's living room.The Scots rockers were launching their debut album Hope Street and decided to go on a road trip from Aberdeen to Glasgow via Dundee and Broxburn in their tour bus.With no sleep but plenty of chat and booze to lubricate the wheels, Lewis Andrew, Hamish Fingland, Chris Potter and Barrie James O'Neill spent 32 hours touring Scotland.After popping into Northsound in Aberdeen and Radio Tay in Dundee with their manager The Rabbi, the guys couldn't wait to stop off at Rosha Fitzhowle's house in Broxburn, West Lothian.
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