Kevin Bridges has revealed he made his Glasgow neighbours 'livid' after he had a wild party with Paolo Nutini and a Still Game star.

The Clydebank comedian recalled a time when he first moved into a flat in the city's West End and decided to have the Pencil Full of Lead singer over.

He also got his good friend Paul Riley - who played Winston Ingram in the BBC series - to pop round, which did not go down well with the neighbours.

Glasgow Times:

Speaking on BBC 2's Tracks of My Years earlier this week, he said: "Paolo came backstage after one of my gigs with a few of his mates and we were having a few drinks.

"I had just moved into this flat in the West End, the nice bit of Glasgow, and I said 'Why don't you come back to mine?'.

"I didn't have a guitar so I texted Paul Riley, who plays Winston in Still Game and is a friend of mine, to ask if he had one because Paolo was going to play us a few tunes.

"Paolo Nutini then starts getting excited that Winston from Still Game is coming over.

"The buzzer goes, and this is like 2am, and Paul has brought an electric guitar and an amp.

"Paolo rigs it up and I thought 'I will deal with the complaints, this is life, you need to live in the moment'.

"Paolo strums the guitar and it was like Woodstock, it was so loud.

"It was over in about an hour and the neighbours were livid and eventually I had to move.

"There was a build-up of similar incidents but that was the one - having a festival downstairs."

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The funnyman also revealed that he connected with his wife Kerry when they met in the West End. 

He said: "She manages a restaurant in the West End of Glasgow and I used to pop in for a coffee and we just got speaking one day.

"She's not from there either so the two of us were outsiders in this salubrious area.

"We used to just have a laugh about all the different characters that would come in and one night we went for a drink and that was it."