Rewind Scotland - Saturday - Scone Palace, Perthshire
Rewind Scotland's 2016 weekend got off to a sunny start, with Scottish band The Bluebells an early hit, with songs like 'Cath' and 'Young At Heart' getting the crowd fired up for the rest of the day.
Other early attractions included The Beat and Spandau Ballet main man Tony Hadley, who delivered a strong set, featuring a few covers and Spandau classics like 'Gold', 'True' and 'Through The Barricades'.
One of my highlights of the day came in the shape of 70's stand out - Leo Sayer, especially as his voice was in great form, still managing to hit the high notes during songs like 'You Make Me Feel Like Dancing', and 'When I Need You', with Marc Almond also making a strong impression, with a set pulled from Soft Cell singles and solo material, including a first Rewind airing for early 90's Top Twenty hit - 'Jacky'.
Rewind Saturday drew to an end with sets from Rick Astley and headliner - Frankie Goes To Hollywood's Holly Johnson. Rick was celebrating the success of his recent Number One album 50, performing tracks from the release alongside old favourites like 'Together Forever' and the inevitable 'Never Gonna Give You Up', with Holly slaying the crowd with solo material and Frankie classics, like 'Relax' and 'Two Tribes'.
The Rewind fun continues at Rewind North in Cheshire from the 5th to the 7th of August, and Rewind South at Henley On Thames from the 19th to the 21st of August.
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