Ex-Wishbone Ash frontman Martin Turner's at the Green Hotel tonight.
Celtic rocker Ian Prowse is set to kick off his latest UK tour in Perth.
Of all the dubious causes raising hackles over the hot Easter holiday, perhaps the climate protesters, mainly in London but also popping up in Edinburgh, were the least obviously obnoxious.
Reggae-pop legends UB40's 40th anniversary UK tour's on course to arrive in Courier Country on May 1.
It’s uncertain what might have come as more of a shock to die-hard Wet Wet Wet fans – the sudden departure of the Clydebank-formed sometime teen pin-ups’ lead singer Marti Pellow in 2017, or the decision by the three remaining members to recast Pellow with former Liberty X singer and The Voice winner Kevin Simm, and just get on with it.
The story of Sir John Franklin's lost expedition is one of the most notorious and tragic in all Britain's long seafaring history.
Soft sunlight filtering through towering beech trees, the tumbling gurgle of rushing water, and wildflowers peppering the river bankside in a drift of yellow and white polka dots; it is spring and I’m down by the River Earn near Crieff.
There is barely a week passes without someone telling me they don’t like cyclists.
Are we on the cusp of a calamity in our fields where the once ubiquitous animal – the hare – disappears forever?
It was the second time in as many weeks that I had spotted a brown hare in this Kinross-shire field, and this one was moving with real purpose. The reason soon became apparent because suddenly another hare, hidden in the grass, reared-up before it and there was a temporary stand-off.
It has been 30 years since I relinquished my last staff job as a newspaper journalist, looked over the cliff edge and jumped; 30 years of keeping nature’s company and trying to write down what I find there.