Today marks 25 years since Queen frontman Freddie Mercury died.
Billing themselves as “the new kings of old time”, Canadian trio Sheesham and Lotus and Son create a retro fusion of riverboat blues, ragtime and bluegrass that’s at once rootsily authentic and possessed of an undoubted kitsch quality of which they’re unafraid.
Since her appointment as principal flautist with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra in 2003, Katherine Bryan has thrilled many audiences with her exquisite playing.
Imagine a warm summer day on the fifth oldest golf course in the world holding a pint of lager singing along with Bryan Adams to Summer of 69.
Music fans queued from as early as 6am this morning, as Record Store Day came to Broughty Ferry for the first time.
She met the Pope, met the Queen, lectured at America’s top universities and was invited to represent Scotland in Washington DC during the USA’s bicentennial celebrations in 1976.
Ahead of a special Scotland-wide cinematic tour, former Arab Strap frontman Aidan Moffat talks to MICHAEL ALEXANDER about the controversy that arose when he teamed up with a filmmaker friend to revise the music and lyrics of legendary Blairgowrie ballad singer Sheila Stewart.
Highland Perthshire goes on the musical map of Scotland this weekend with the eagerly awaited March Into Pitlochry Festival.
Scotland’s newest music festival has revealed its full line-up for a weekend of electronic music this summer.
California rockers The Red Hot Chilli Peppers, chart-topper Calvin Harris and dance icons LCD Soundsystem have been confirmed for this year’s expanded T in the Park.