Indie superstar Richard Ashcroft showed Glasgow’s music scene respect - by donning a one-off Barrowlands t-shirt during his TRNSMT set. 

Kicking things off with the Verve mega-hit Sonnet, the star screamed, “What a beautiful f***ing day.” 

The singer teamed the shirt, which featured the iconic Barrowlands sign and the words Richard Ashcroft, Hall of Fame, with a retro Burberry inspired bucket hat. 

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And although Ashcroft might have looked casual on stage, his set was a classy display from start to finish. 

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This Is How It Feels and Song for Lovers followed with vocals that did not falter. 

Ashcroft is the sort of artist made for festivals like this - after all, he has played enough of them. 

And that experience showed as he continued with a masterclass in his back catalogue which included solo tracks Music is Power and Verve classic Drugs Don’t Work. 

The singer, 47, then said: “I just want to say how proud I am to be in the Barrowlands Hall of Fame. One of the greatest music cities in the world.” 

And with talent like yours Richard, we are proud to have you in our city.