From Stateside To Scotland

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20071115

3/4.

Scottish fans didn't call Bob Dylan 'Judas' on his 1966 electric tour - their level of abuse was a little more creative.

Pat Kane hears some choice comments from those who were there, and Dylan's drummer Mickey Jones recalls Scottish audiences from an on-stage perspective.

20071116

3/4.

Scottish fans didn't call Bob Dylan 'Judas' on his 1966 electric tour - their level of abuse was a little more creative.

Pat Kane hears some choice comments from those who were there, and Dylan's drummer Mickey Jones recalls Scottish audiences from an on-stage perspective.

20071122

4/4.

Pat Kane recalls his own top Scottish gig in the final Stateside to Scotland when he played support to the Godfather of Soul.

James Brown didn't make it to Scotland until 1993, but when he did, he gave Aberdeen a party it never forgot.

Join Pat for tales of wedding serenades, superstar excess and the mysterious tale of the vanishing hairdryer.

20071123

4/4.

Pat Kane recalls his own top Scottish gig in the final Stateside to Scotland when he played support to the Godfather of Soul.

James Brown didn't make it to Scotland until 1993, but when he did, he gave Aberdeen a party it never forgot.

Join Pat for tales of wedding serenades, superstar excess and the mysterious tale of the vanishing hairdryer.

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Come fly with Pat Kane as he revisits Frank Sinatra's legendary 1990 Glasgow show.

In the first part of 'Stateside to Scotland' - which chart four momentous gigs by US performers - we join the Chairman of the Board on a night that provoked tears of both love and anger from his devoted West Coast following.

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2/4.

Critics cited a second Altamont, churchgoers decried 'satanic forces' and police predicted 'Neds versus Goths' carnage.

Or did they? Singer Pat Kane separates fact from fiction as he revisits Marilyn Manson and Eminem's headline slots during Glasgow's 2001 Gig on the Green.