Michael Alexander speaks to Johnny Lynch a.k.a The Pictish Trail about his forthcoming performance back in Fife – and life after Fence Records.
The first ever major exhibition dedicated to Scottish pop music has opened at the National Museum of Scotland. Michael Alexander tuned in.
The lead singer of a globally renowned Foo Fighters tribute band says it was an “honour and a privilege” to perform in front of thousands at the opening ceremony of the WUKF World Karate Championships 2018 at Dundee Ice Arena on Friday.
John Power might be forgiven for not knowing where he was just five days after travelling to the Ukraine to watch his beloved Liverpool FC lose out to Real Madrid in the Champions League Final on Saturday.
Interview: Why Cast legend John Power is still having a Fine Time 20 years after the end of 1990s Britpop
In an interview ahead of gigs in Leven and Dundee, John Power, the frontman of 1990s Britpop band Cast, tells Michael Alexander about his ‘ageless’ songs, why he ‘can’t wait’ for Jeremy Corbyn to get into power – and why Liverpool FC need to ‘win the Champions League Final for Dundee United’!
Champions League Final: Liverpool FC need to ‘win it for Dundee United’, says Cast Britpop legend John Power
The frontman of 1990s Britpop band Cast has pledged that Liverpool FC need to ‘win it for Dundee United’ in the Champions League Final on Saturday night.
Britpop nostalgia returns to Courier Country on May 31 and June 31 when Liverpudlian rock band Cast play Truth in Leven and the Reading Rooms in Dundee.
Argentinian lo-fi singer songwriter Diego Billordo returns to Dundee on the Scottish leg of his “Anti-folk Troubadour” European tour this on Saturday May 19.
James Yorkston: How the ‘freedom’ of Fife’s East Neuk helped forge a musical and cultural phenomenon
As Tae Sup wi' a Fifer returns with another eclectic line-up in Kirkcaldy, East Neuk-based event founder and musician James Yorkston speaks to Michael Alexander about his Fence Collective roots and how his recent ventures have grown from strength-to-strength.
From Jethro Tull to Procol Harum: Legendary Irish duo Tir na nOg to play at Dundee’s Clarks on Lindsay Street
They have supported the likes of Jethro Tull, Procol Harum, Fairport Convention and other big names from the 1970s.