IN HIS heyday he was one of the world's most famous pop stars, with millions of devoted fans around the world.
FORMER Bay City Roller Pat McGlynn was attacked in his car just days after getting out of hospital following a heart attack.
A BITTER dispute between Bay City Rollers star Pat McGlynn and the city council is set to be resolved after a six-year battle.
LES McKeown is a happy man. It makes a change. The last time we spoke he was lost in a fug of alcoholism and despair, mourning the deaths of his parents and consumed with bitterness about the way his life had turned out.
THE multi-million pound fortune of controversial music mogul Tam Paton is to go to children's and animal charities.
THE multi-million-pound fortune of controversial music mogul Tam Paton is to go to children's and animal charities.
FORMER bandmates of the ex-Bay City Rollers manager Tam Paton will be reunited at a special memorial concert in his honour later this year, with some even flying in from America for the event.
A CHEF who tried to extort money out of Bay City Roller star Pat McGlynn after the former rocker won a restaurant has been jailed for a year.
TAM Paton's bottom lip quivered. He shifted awkwardly on his red leather chair, crossed his legs to reveal sports socks under his suit trousers and his mood – earlier upbeat and jocular – turned dark and melancholy.
Rollermania captured hearts of millions but it was tireless work of band's manager that created the perfect boy group
IT was more rejection than the young keyboard player could handle. The Crusaders had just crashed to a humiliating tenth place out of 12 acts at a showpiece London talent contest in front of celebrity judges Ringo Starr and Cilla Black.
FORMER Bay City Rollers manager Tam Paton had told staff at the Edinburgh Dog and Cat that he would leave them some money in his will.
EVEN the minister at Tam Paton's funeral had to admit that it would be a day of mixed emotions.
TAM Paton, the controversial music manager who engineered the Bay City Rollers' rise to fame, was cremated yesterday.
CONTROVERSIAL Bay City Rollers manager Tam Paton has been laid to rest with a ceremony at Mortonhall Crematorium in Edinburgh.
A GOVERNMENT adviser on sex crimes has claimed Bay City Rollers manager Tam Paton was involved with an abuse ring which claimed dozens of youngsters as victims.
FORMER Bay City Roller Alan Longmuir today insisted he will remember Tam Paton for the man he was in the early days of the band, not the controversial character he became.
HE WAS the pop Svengali who sent the Bay City Rollers around the world in a blizzard of tartan scarves and flares. Tam Paton, the band's manager who convinced young fans that the "Rollers" favoured milk over alcohol, but whose later career was soured by allegations of drug-dealing and convictions for sexual abuse, has died. He was 70.