Sir Rod Stewart has said it would be “a shame” if Scotland became independent when asked about the UK’s political situation.
Rudimental have been confirmed to join DJ Mark Ronson on the bill for Edinburgh’s Hogmanay celebrations this year.
David Tennant has said singing on BBC Children In Need’s album of cover songs felt like “national service”.
Brit Award winner Finley Quaye has been ordered to carry out 200 hours of unpaid work for punching a bar manager and threatening to stab him during an unprovoked drunken attack following a gig.
Sir Paul McCartney has donated a set of limited edition photographs by his late wife Linda to Glasgow Museums.
Sir Rod Stewart has revealed he is free from prostate cancer after around two years of secret treatment.
American rock band Green Day are to return to Scotland next year after a previous concert was cancelled due to bad weather.
Singer Amy Macdonald has been awarded a Tennent’s Golden Can as she celebrates her birthday – and thanked the brand for helping inspire her to learn the guitar.
A stained glass window featuring the face of Lewis Capaldi is drawing visitors to a Scottish Twitter exhibition at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Lewis Capaldi has been honoured by Greggs with his very own blue plaque.