Singer rewards the crowd with bagpiper and Stone Roses classic

Ian Brown received a hero’s reception during his headline slot at the T In The Park festival in Scotland tonight (July 12), after giving the event a local flavour by coming onstage accompanied by a bagpiper.

The former Stone Roses singer has a strong following in Scotland, and the King Tut’s Wah-Wah Tent was packed out when he took to the stage.

Shadow boxing and jumping around the stage, Brown played a set comprised of songs from his solo career, before delighting fans by playing The Stone Roses‘ classic ‘Waterfall’.

After the crowd repeatedly chanted his name, the star replied: “Scotland, I love you back!”

Earlier, NME.COM accompanied Brown as he walked on stage. Watch the footage by clicking on the link below.

Ian Brown played:

‘Goodbye To The Broken’

‘Street Children (Pity The Child)’

‘On Track’

‘Time Is My Everything’

‘Lovebug’

‘Sweet Fantastic’

‘Destiny Or Circumstance’

‘All Ablaze’

‘Keep What Ya Got’

‘Dolphins Were Monkeys’

‘Longsight M13’

‘Golden Gaze’

‘Sister Rose’

‘Waterfall’

‘F.E.A.R.’

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