South Lanarkshire was well represented at TRNSMT festival last weekend as two budding performers took to the stage.
Stephanie Cheape and Sean Callaghan both had crowds going wild with their outstanding sets.
First up on the Friday was DJ Sean Callaghan from Uddingston.
Sean is no stranger to TRNSMT as he played last year shortly after graduating with a degree in engineering management.
And this year was no different as Sean – who goes by the name of Sean Claude – wowed the crowds on both the Friday and Sunday.
He opened up the Power Tree stage on the Friday, kicking off a fantastic weekend and said: “The weekend went really well. The Power Tree on the Friday started filling up within 40 minutes and stayed packed until the end. Everyone who came along was right up for it.”
Sean also has some exciting things in the pipeline, adding: “I’m planning to get a few dates nailed down to organise some club nights throughout the rest of the year. In between that I’m going to focus more energy on production to get my tracks to a releasable level.”
Hamilton’s Stephanie Cheape absolutely rocked the brand new Queen Tut’s Stage on Sunday, showcasing brand new material.
Stephanie said: “It was absolutely amazing. We had the largest crowd at that stage the whole weekend. It was absolutely insane.
“It was a great day all round, the Glasgow crowd are really something else.”