LOCKDOWN gigs from a driveway in Gourock have been hitting the right note with music lovers all over the world.

Musical maestro sisters Alison and Fiona McNeill - one half of Celtic fusion rock band Reely Jiggered - have been playing Live on the Drive @ 5 every Saturday afternoon since March 28.

The series of Brodick Drive concerts started off with an impromptu gig on a sunny Saturday - and 10 weeks in, they have racked up thousands of views.

The siblings' mum, Marion, live-streams the gigs on Facebook and they're then posted on YouTube.

Alison and Fiona say they have loved performing for people around the globe.

Alison said: "We love doing the gigs every Saturday.

"There is a real sense of community in our street now which there wasn't before.

"Our neighbours decorate their houses and get dressed up.

"The weather has been incredible, a lot of viewers from abroad have said they can't wait to visit Scotland as they had no idea how good the weather could be and how beautiful Inverclyde is.

"We've built up a really big fanbase in the US and Canada."

The band launched their new album Tricky Terrain with a festival-themed performance on May 2 and have been dedicating their version of Auld Lang Syne to key workers.

The Gourock musicians have also been asked to take part in virtual festivals, including Feis Ile, the Islay Whisky Festival.

The sisters plan to keep going with Live on the Drive @ 5 as the gigs have been such a success.

Alison added: "We are loving playing and writing new songs during this time and it is lovely to see that we have helped people keep their spirits up.

"It's great to be able to give people something to look forward to on a Saturday and we're very thankful for everyone's support."

For more information visit www.reelyjiggered.co.uk or search for the band on Facebook.

Pictures by Ronnie McFadyen