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WATCH: Rag’n’Bone Man delights pub-goers with surprise musical appearance in Inverness bar


By Philip Murray

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Revellers in an Inverness pub were treated to a surprise musical treat last night when chart-topper Rag’n’Bone Man popped into their bar ahead of his concert in the city this weekend.

MacGregor’s staff and customers were delighted when he nipped into the Academy Street venue last night ahead of his gig in Bught Park on Sunday evening.

Posting a little except from his surprise musical appearance, MacGregor’s said: “The big man and his accordion pal popped in for a session late last night. You never know who’s going to pop in!

“We’ve asked him if he fancies the Sunday Session at 4pm but he said he’s got something on…”

Indeed he does.

Rag'n'Bone Man will be performing at the Big Top Under Canvas in Bught Park tonight from 8.30pm following earlier support from Shambolics at 6.30pm and John Barry at 7.30pm.

His gig caps a three-night weekender at the Big Top which saw Skipinnish headline on Saturday night and Ministry of Sound Classical entertain on Friday.

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