Glasgow Kelvin College Creative Industries students (music performance, sound engineering and music business) were impressed by a visit and talk by Platimum selling songwriter and Glasvegas frontman James Allan.
From unemployment and looking for people to believe in you, to sharing stages with Oasis and U2. East End boy and former college student, James spoke about his own experiences in the music industry and the importance of sticking in at it when times are hard, as well as treating people well on the journey.
It was really good of James and Denise, the band's manager, to take time to pass on their knowledge and experience and the students - and staff! - were delighted to welcome them.