Verdict: Four Stars 

EASY listening duo Lighthouse Family ‘lifted’ their Glasgow fans off their seats as they put on a stunning display of greatest hits - that left everyone dancing in the aisles of the Royal Concert Hall.

The band - made up of singer Tunde Baiyewu and keyboardist Paul Tucker - provided the soundtrack to the 90s with their soulful tracks.

And now almost more than two decades later, they proved that those same tracks have stood the test of time as fans lapped up the smooth sounding hits.

The band also wowed with the new, however, performing songs from recent effort Blue Sky in Your Head - which was their first studio album in 18 years.

Impressing from the get-go, frontman Tunde, 53, quickly commanded the stage with his sultry moves and strong vocals as he performed My Salvation, Blue Sky in Your Head and Question of Faith.

He showed off a voice that is so distinctive it complements the melodies created by the Lighthouse Family.

Their sound is like no other and live the band's music was even better with hits Lifted, Raincloud and Ocean Drive showcased beautifully.

“We had a lot of great nights in Glasgow over the years - SECC, Armadillo, the Arches - even played King Tuts one time,” Paul said.

He added: “It gets madder the further north you go up the county.

“We want to give you at least the best night you've had out for ages.”

And that was a promised he fulfilled with showstopper High proving to be a real highlight while I Wish I Know How It Feels (To Be Free) rounded off a crowd-pleasing set.

The band’s new album showed promise and proved they have the talent to move their sound on while still remaining unique.

And with a hint of a return to Glasgow at the end of their concert, it looks like the Lighthouse Family is in the midst of a new chapter in their story.