Singer-songwriter Gerry Cinnamon has marked two of his biggest shows to date with a touching tribute to his 'razor sharp gran'.

The Castlemilk-born star played to thousands last weekend over two shows at Hampden Park Stadium in Glasgow's Southside. 

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In a social media post, he thanked his crew, band and fans for their support before ending with a humorous anecdote about his beloved gran.

He said: "Wish my wee granny was here to see it.

"She stayed out the back of Hampden and used to love sitting listening to the concerts while shouting at maniacs trying to p*** in her garden.

"A razor sharp lady with quality patter.

"Miss her big time."

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Within the post, Cinnamon referred to his hometown gigs as 'something else' as he marvelled at the atmosphere created by the crowds.

The mood was captured perfectly in a TikTok video published earlier this week showing fans singing and dancing their way out of Hampden Park following the show.