Lanarkshire sea shanty singer Nathan Evans to make a cameo appearance on hit TV show ‘Scot Squad’

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Lanarkshire sea shanty singing sensation Nathan Evans had police come to the door of his Airdrie home after neighbors reported him for playing his music too loud.

But don’t worry, he Wellerman The hit-making star didn’t have to spend a night in jail: he just landed a cameo on a hit comedy show. scottish squad

The hilarious scenes, which will air at 10pm tomorrow night on BBC Scotland, show the 27-year-old TikTok sensation being confronted by dazed rural police officers. PCCharlie McIntosh Y PC Jane Mackay .

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But instead of sending their musical hero to the jingle, the officers help him record his next single: The police shack – with Charlie on the accordion and Jane using a glow stick to create the bass.

Thrilled, Nathan told Lanarkshire Live: “I had a dream year in 2021 but being asked to do a cameo in what has become a cult TV show was the icing on the cake.

“I was like, ‘Wow, I really did it,’ when I got the call. I am a massive scottish squad fan and so are all my friends, so I’m looking forward to participating.

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Nathan comes face to face with popular characters PC Charlie McIntosh and PC Jane Mackay

“There are always clips of the show on social media and now I’m going to be a part of it. It’s crazy.

“My wife loves pc charlie so when I heard that my scenes were with him and pc jane she was even more excited than me. They were both brilliant.

“Trying to keep a straight face was quite difficult, especially when they started hitting the ground with a Shinty stick.”

The former postman added: “In the sketch, I’m in a farmhouse in the Highlands trying to set up my next lane and the police are knocking on my door because I’m making too much noise.

“Instead of arresting me, they decide to help me with my new shack, which is about policemen on sticks keeping the peace and arresting peasants.

“Our shack cops it’s actually quite catchy. Who knows, maybe I could add a few more verses to it and turn it into a proper song with Charlie in accordion and Jane on percussion.”

Nathan, who is the latest in a long line of scottish squad Cameo stars like Lorraine Kelly and Jean Johansson said she’s never had the police at her door.

He added: “I’m a good boy and I need to behave now more than ever as people know who I am.”

“I wouldn’t mind another flashy cameo in scottish squad . It was the most fun I’ve ever had.”

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George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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