Bay City Rollers singer Les McKeown has died suddenly at the age of 65.
The Scottish pop vocalist, known for his romantic lyrics and flamboyant fashion sense, was the frontman of the group during their 1970s heyday.
Here are a selection of pictures of the pop legend throughout the years from the photo archives.
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1. 30th December 1976
The Bay City Rollers, playing at the Budokan in Tokyo, where young girls fainted with excitement and had to be carried out by policemen and attendants. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images)
2. The Bay City Rollers on board a jumbo jet
The Bay City Rollers (left to right) Stuart Wood, Alan Longmuir, Leslie Mckeown, Derek Longmuir, and Eric Faulkner on board a jumbo jet at London's Heathrow Airport before leaving for Perth and a tour of Australia.
3. Launch of National Music Day on BBC Radio 2.
Secretary of State for National Heritage Stephen Dorrell (right) alongside (left to right) Dave Bartram, lead singer with Showaddywaddy, Les McKeown of the Bay City Rollers and Screaming Lord Sutch to launch National Music Day on BBC Radio 2.
4. With Tony Blackburn
Tony Blackburn with Bay City Rollers Ian Mitchell and Leslie Mckeown (Right) at the launch of the BBC2 series, Sounds of the Seventies.
Photo: Neil Munns