The WHY DOES IT ALWAYS RAIN frontman was amazed by the camaraderie between his fellow Scottish musicians as they took to the stage in front of the 10,000-strong crowd at the Glasgow charity gig - but was particularly impressed with the live form of the TAKE ME OUT group.
The event has raised $570,000 (GBP300,000) for victims of last year's (26DEC04) tragedy.
The 30-year-old says, "There was something so special about the night. I think it was special because there was a truly Celtic feel to it. It was a one-off, a thing that we've not really done before. I've just had a fantastic time.
"There was so much good feeling between Scottish bands. All the acts did well but the best part of my night was when Franz Ferdinand were on."21/02/2005 14:28
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