The cream of early 90s American chart rap is heading to Scotland next year.
Born in London in 1942 to an Irish mother and a Glaswegian father, Andy Irvine started out as a child actor, before he was inspired as a teenager by the songs of his great hero Woody Guthrie to move into singing.
As the biggest music festival in the land bows out for 2017 and Scotland's youth works out what to do with itself next summer, we've canvassed The Courier's T in the Park veterans to bring you a few of our fondest memories from its 23 year history.
Despite what many critics have said about recent line-ups, site planning, traffic problems and audience behaviour; T in the Park has been a real force for good and set the benchmark for Scottish festivals and events across the UK.
A crowdfunding page has been set up to support Dick Gaughan, noted writer and performer of folk and social protest songs, as he prepares to undergo medical care.
Acclaimed and often reclusive songwriter Kate Bush is to release a live album recorded during her sell-out run at the Hammersmith Apollo two years ago.
Fresh from their round on Carnoustie Links, Dave Farrell of Californian rock band Linkin Park and pro golf partner Eddie Pepperell spoke to The Courier.
Iconic US singer-songwriter Bob Dylan has won the 2016 Nobel Prize in literature.