Frankie Miller's Glasgow in 7 pictures: The places that made the Bridgeton boy world-famous

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These are seven spots in Glasgow which Frankie Miller always returned to when he was in Glasgow

Frankie Miller is one of Glasgow’s best loved sons with the singer-songwriter being born and raised in the East End of the city.

After beginning his career singing with the Glasgow band The Stoics, he moved would away to London at the beginning of the 1970s to pursue his career.

He still has a lot of affection for the Glasgow district, with Miller penning a tribute to Bridgeton on his 1975 album The Rock with the lyrics saying: “My Ma said "The boy child's got to roam". Lord knows when I'll wend my way back home.”

His old bandmates are set to perform in Glasgow at Saint Lukes at the end of April with there still be tickets available to purchase for the gig here.

Here are 7 spots which Frankie Miller would always return to whenever he was in Glasgow.

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