Three hours of “pure nostalgia” from the 1960s will fill the Carnegie Hall in Dunfermline on Saturday September 28.
‘Andrew Carnegie was very important when I was growing up,’ says Barbara Dickson ahead of Dunfermline concert
Ahead of a special concert in Dunfermline, Scots singer Barbara Dickson tells Michael Alexander why she’s thrilled to be going back to her roots.
Award winning film-maker and previous Scottish Album of the Year shortlist nominee Adam Stafford will be returning to Newport on Saturday September 14 at the latest event organised by Newport-based musician and Dundee school teacher Dominic Venditozzi.
A Cupar Scout Leader and college employee has become an unlikely music star in the latest video by Brit Award winning rock band Keane.
FEATURE: Oasis won’t get back together – but Fife band Shambolics could be ‘one of world’s biggest bands’, says Alan McGee
In an interview with The Courier, legendary music mogul Alan McGee tells Michael Alexander why he doesn’t think his old band Oasis will reform – but explains why he thinks recently signed Fife four-piece Shambolics could be ‘one of the biggest bands in the world’.
Newport-born singer-songwriter Horse McDonald is no stranger to Fife and no stranger to Tae Sup Wi’ A Fifer curator James Yorkston having performed a Creative Fifers double header at the Byre Theatre in St Andrews with him in 2015.
Hard work and dedication has paid off for up-and-coming Fife band Shambolics who have signed a record deal with infamous Scottish music mogul Alan McGee.
Singer Barbara Dickson reveals ‘deep connection’ with history of Dunfermline in BBC Radio Scotland programme
Michael Alexander previews a BBC Radio Scotland programme which sees singer Barbara Dickson return to her Dunfermline roots where she reminisces about childhood influences.
Tae Sup: Why Jenny Lindsay has a Glasgow thief to thank for setting her on the road to performance poet stardom
Jenny Lindsay doesn’t condone crime.
Nicaraguan unrest: St Andrews-raised musician Clara Curteis returns to Fife with launch of ‘protest songs’ album
St Andrews-raised musician Clara Curteis tells Michael Alexander why, after 15 years living in Nicaragua, she brought her family home to Fife - where she released her debut protest album - after leaving behind a violent coup.