Today marks 25 years since Queen frontman Freddie Mercury died.
The well deserved best selling single of all time - or sentimental claptrap? Michael Alexander examines the appeal of Bing Crosby’s White Christmas which was first performed 75 years ago this Christmas.
They’ve been on Top of the Pops, performed at the Sydney Opera House and won a Classical Brit Award.
Depeche Mode have said their first UK stadium gig in more than 20 years feels like "a risk".
Swedish pop group Abba will be "reuniting" formally for first time since their split over 30 years ago to work on a project with music mogul Simon Fuller.
Scottish winner of The Voice and former Fife firefighter Stevie McCrorie will be releasing his debut album, Big World, as early as January 2016.
“There’s an old saying in my country that if you ‘practice, practice, practice you’ll get to the Carnegie Hall. Well, I’ve just found another way to get to the Carnegie Hall!” laughed American song writing legend Jimmy Webb as he took to the stage in Fife for the first time at the Dunfermline version of Carnegie’s New York name sake.
Despite an explosion in digital and streaming music, vinyl record sales are at their highest levels since the mid-1990s. Michael Alexander visited Courier Country’s best known surviving independent record shops to find out why.
Calvin Harris has returned to The X Factor despite trying to make a mockery of the "terrible" show seven years ago.
Ahead of a special concert in Dunfermline, American song writing legend Jimmy Webb pays tribute to his old friend Glen Campbell and tells The Courier's Michael Alexander why he is concerned that music has 'drifted away' from the activism of the 1960's.