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A band that began their career busking at Paisley Cross has gone on to be recognised as the best wedding band in the country.Abbey Road was awarded Best Evening Band at the Confetti Awards earlier this week following hundreds of letters of support from happy customers, as well as the approval of the judging panel.The Confetti Awards have been running for seven years and it recognises the hard work of those working in the Scottish wedding industry.The band is made up of Jay Fitzpatrick and his bandmates Cameron, Aidan, and Cammy.The Paisley quartet started playing music together as teens, often becoming the subject of noise complaints as they wowed passersby at Paisley Cross.They began performing as Abbey Road in 2019.Renfrewshire Live, the new free app dedicated to bringing you around the clock breaking news, is now available to download.Powered by the Paisley Daily Express, Renfrewshire Live is your go-to source for news, features and sport with live coverage provided direct to the app, seven days a week.The dedicated team of experienced journalists, responsible for the publication of the award-winning Express, will focus on breaking news, day and night, across Renfrewshire’s towns and villages.There is also a dedicated St Mirren section that will follow every kick of the ball with the Buddies.Available on both Android and Apple.

Download here: attended a ceremony at the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel, in Glasgow, on Monday, January 30 to collect their award.Jay said: “It feels amazing to win.

We did not expect it at all, but we do work hard, constantly, so it’s good to be recognised for all the hard work.”The band have played at more than 500 weddings and strive to make couples’ special

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