Paisley punk band Fire Exit, along with The Media Whores, Red Eyes, Threat, Shock and Awe and Blacklist celebrated drummer Lawrie Kennedy’s birthday at Audio in Glasgow.

The band went down a storm at the venue’s Pre Damned punk gig.

Unfortunately, none of the legendary 70s punk band, The Damned, managed to make it along to the gig. They themselves were playing at the O2 in Glasgow.

Audio was jumping and more so when Fire Exit took to the stage to finish off what was a fantastic show.

But, instead of leaving only to return to the chats of “we want more” and their final encore. Fire Exit singer Gerry ushered onto the stage Lawrie’s two girls who were carrying a birthday cake to a massive round off applause from the audience.

You know what? Not many in the business can say they blew out birthday candles as part of their encore to a cheering audience and finishing off what was a fantastic show, which otherwise would have been a dull rainy Sunday afternoon in Glasgow.

You can view all of David Cameron’s photographs from the night at Audio at this Flick site here: