Sir Rod Stewart delighted fans with a surprise performance at a Glasgow bar over the weekend.

The legendary musician got behind the mic at Murphy's bar on Bell Street in the city on Saturday.

In a clip, shared by Scottish country singer Kevin McGuire on social media, the 79-year-old joined Kevin and also John McLaughlin - the singer from Glasgow-based band Johnny Mac & The Faithful - to sing Maggie May, one of Rod's hit tunes.

Rod is known for his hits including Have You Ever Seen The Rain, Baby Jane, Sailing and many more.


@kevinmcguireofficial Surreal moment!! 🤠🤯👊🏼 #rodstewart #maggiemay #glasgow #fyp ♬ original sound - Kevin McGuire


Sharing the moment on TikTok, Kevin said: "Surreal moment.

"Performing Maggie May with Rod Stewart - insane moment."

It came after the star watched his beloved Celtic take on Aberdeen in the Scottish Cup semi-final.

The singer was pictured at the match at Hampden Park with his two sons Alastair and Aiden.

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In pictures captured at the game, the trio were all smiles ahead of the clash - where the Hoops went on to win 6 - 5 in penalties.