As Dundee celebrates its 38th Jazz Festival, Caroline Lindsay discovers that a whole raft of talent – homegrown and international – will be descending on Courier Country next week
Organisers of Scotland’s newest music extravaganza hope Fifers will support the event next summer after the PKD Festival effectively moved over the Forth.
They’ve been on Top of the Pops, performed at the Sydney Opera House and won a Classical Brit Award.
Stereophonics have been announced as the headliners for the opening day of the next TRNSMT festival.
Friday night and the lights are low and Rothes Halls is the place to go: celebrate the Swedish super group’s biggest selling hit Dancing Queen’s 40th anniversary in sequin-spangled style.
Fife gets a swing in its step as the 11th Fife Jazz Festival comes to venues, big and small, across the Kingdom. The impressive line-up includes something for all tastes, from jazz enthusiasts to those looking to dip into jazz for the first time.
Despite an explosion in digital and streaming music, vinyl record sales are at their highest levels since the mid-1990s. Michael Alexander visited Courier Country’s best known surviving independent record shops to find out why.
They are four of Scotland’s most experienced musicians and now they have teamed up to present a show of Scottish songs seldom now heard, but once the basis of the folk revival in the 1960’s and 1970’s.
Singer Kate Bush has appealed to fans not to record her forthcoming shows. Jacqueline Wake Young speaks to people on all sides of the debate and attempts to uncover the bigger picture.
One Direction are being described as the first boyband to be worth more than a billion dollars. As their new film premieres in London, Gayle Ritchie asks: how did The X Factor runners-up become the biggest boyband in the world?