Frankie Miller receives a city honours

Frankie Miller with the Lord ProvostOn October 31st, Frankie Miller, one of the best Scottish singers whose voice was sadly silenced 20 years ago as a result of a brain hemorrhage, accepted the Lord Provost’s Award for performing arts at Glasgow’s City Chambers. It’s the first official recognition of Miller’s merits, even though there have been some musical ones, including a tribute album that featured the likes of Rod Stewart and NAZARETH as well as Frankie’s friend and co-writer Andy Fraser who’s also on the two most recent projects.

At the ceremony, Matthew Scott sang “Drunken Nights On The City” – and here’s a video kindly provided by John Scott Snr:

November 18, 2014

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