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the Razz: Exclusive Singer to repay £50 debt with charity gig BEVERLEY LYONS

CHART-TOPPER Sandi Thom has agreed to play a charity gig in Glasgow to pay off a debt she owes a Scots millionaire.

Banff-born Sandi borrowed £50 from former Gadget Shop boss Chris Gorman at last year's Scottish Fashion Awards when she couldn't get access to cash.

Instead of paying him back, Chris has insisted Sandi plays at his big Entrepreneurial Exchange bash in Glasgow on June 23.

Sandi, who rocketed to No.1 with Punk Rocker, explained: "They didn't have a cash machine and I only had plastic so Chris lent me a crisp £50 note.

"I bumped into him recently at an awards bash in London and he reminded me I owed him. He told me he'd call it quits if I play the Entrepreneurial Exchange bash at Glasgow's Hilton.

"I haven't told Chris this but I would have done it for nothing because it's for charity." Sandi joined Attic Lights, The Law and The Vivians at the final of the Scottish Ambassador of Rock Competition in Edinburgh's Hard Rock Cafe yesterday.

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