Nearly 30 years since their split, the Bay City Rollers have announced they will be reuniting this year.
The famous Scottish 70’s band known for their tartan treads are set to thrill fans again this December with a new album and comeback show at the Barrowlands in Glasgow.
Announcing the reunion at a press conference in Glasgow, singer Les McKeown joked: “You think we’re doing it for money but we’re doing it for the glory of Scotland and the glory of the tartan.
“Taking the Scottish name all around the globe. That’s what we’re doing it for – to see our fans again one more time.”
Indeed during the course of their careers the band accumulated a large fan base, selling 120 million records.
During the course of their careers the bands line-up changed frequently.
This year’s reunion is set to feature three of the “classic five” – Les McKeown, Alan Longmuir and Stuart Wood – who had hits such as Bye Bye Baby and Shang-a-Lang.