Ahead of his latest BBC Radio Scotland programme Sangsters, Newport-based broadcaster Billy Kay tells
Michael Alexander why Scots song – including Tayside classics - is a national treasure.
Beyonce, Drake and Justin Bieber are in the running to win at the 21st anniversary edition of the Mobo Awards.
Born in London in 1942 to an Irish mother and a Glaswegian father, Andy Irvine started out as a child actor, before he was inspired as a teenager by the songs of his great hero Woody Guthrie to move into singing.
Lesley Garrett is the undisputed queen of opera. Ahead of performances at Dunfermline’s Carnegie Hall on October 6 and Dundee’s Gardyne Theatre on October 9, she chats to The Courier...
A crowdfunding page has been set up to support Dick Gaughan, noted writer and performer of folk and social protest songs, as he prepares to undergo medical care.
Music therapists at the Nordoff Robbins Scotland charity's base in Dundee are bringing ‘immeasurable benefits’ to peoples’ lives across the city and beyond, discovers Michael Alexander
The annual Mobo Awards are to return to Glasgow for a fourth time.
Indie pop band Belle And Sebastian will perform a series of shows at Glasgow's West End Festival (WEF) this year as the event marks its 21st anniversary year.
The Scottish Government has "no current plans" to recognise the achievements of David Bowie following his death from cancer, Culture Secretary Fiona Hyslop has said.
"Rollermania" is set to return as the Bay City Rollers announce a comeback.