Verdict: 4 out of 5

A CHEEKY TRNSMT fan had a naughty request for Amy Macdonald during her main stage set.
The bold reveller held up a sign saying, “Sign my t**s,” to which a bashful Amy replied, “this is a family show.”
The taken aback songstress then added: “So creative,” as the crowd urged Amy to fulfil the request.

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Amy laughed: “She’s miles away. Maybe I’ll do it later.”
Fan requests aside, the Bishopbriggs-born star lit up the festival with her guitar-fuelled anthems.

Glasgow Times:
Opening with We Could Be So Much More and The Hudson, the 34-year-old said: “It’s such a pleasure to be here. There is always something special about playing your hometown.”
And Amy delivered something special herself with her vocals delighting the crowd with hit Mr Rock & Roll.
While a reworked version of Run taken from Amy’s first album This is the Life was simply stunning.

Glasgow Times:
Having a nostalgic moment, Amy then said: “It is 15 years since I played my first T in the Park. I never even thought I would have an album out never mind 15 years still doing this.
“I hope I have gone some way to prove that girls belong on festival stages.
“We can f**king rock with the rest of them.”
And she more than proved that with an outstanding set that finished with Let’s Start a Band.