GEORGE BOWIE was nearly moved to tears at his first gig in 18 months, the dance music legend revealed. 

The Clyde 1 DJ, best known for his famous GBX gigs, played to a crowd in Paisley's Glencoats Park today. 

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It was his first live outing since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic and he said some of the families enjoying the great outdoors during this summer's heatwave were surprised by his return to the decks. 

Sharing the news ith his Twitter followers, he said: "Just did my first live gig in 18 months before a full crowd at Glencoats Park in Paisley, a wee surprise for all the families who didn't know I was coming.

"To hear everyone singing along to the songs we've made during lockdown was just magical. Nearly greetin' at one point."

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Live music has been banned by strict lockdown rules but outdoor events are beginning to start up again. 

Scotland moves into a more relaxed set of rules tomorrow but nightclubs will remain closed.