Today marks 25 years since Queen frontman Freddie Mercury died.
Scottish winner of The Voice and former Fife firefighter Stevie McCrorie will be releasing his debut album, Big World, as early as January 2016.
Fife firefighter Stevie McCrorie missed out on the number one spot to pop sensation Jess Glynne yesterday.
Rock star David Bowie has died after suffering cancer for 18 months.
Musician Jack White has paid a $142,000 (£93,000) tax bill for Detroit's Masonic Temple to prevent a threatened auction of the famed venue where The Who and the Rolling Stones once played.
T in the Park bosses have promised to liaise with the local community in a bid to iron out concerns over its new home at Strathallan Castle next year.
AC/DC have become the bookies’ favourite to land the Christmas No 1 spot in the year of their 40th anniversary.
Handwritten John Lennon lyrics to songs such as Strawberry Fields Forever, as well as letters from the former Beatles star, have been given to the nation.
One Direction have spoken out to quash rumours they are set to split up in the wake of Zayn Malik's departure.
Paul Weller is among several new acts that have been added to this year’s T in the Park line-up.