Beyonce has dedicated her performance with husband, Jay Z, to Aretha Franklin, drawing a thunderous roar from the Queen of Soul’s hometown of Detroit.
Interview with The Proclaimers: Why new album title track ‘Angry Cyclist’ is a metaphor for our times
Craig Reid of The Proclaimers speaks to Michael Alexander about the new album Angry Cyclist, the twins’ school days in Fife and why he thinks Brexit is the 'biggest mistake' any western electorate has ever made.
California rockers The Tearaways are on their way to Fife next week.
US singer Carrie Underwood has said her family is adding “another fish to our pond”.
Pop star Pink has postponed a show in Sydney after being admitted to hospital with a virus.
‘Massive statement’ as ambitious Fife indie-rock band Shambolics hope to sell-out prestigious Dunfermline gig
An up and coming Kirkcaldy indie-rock band who recently supported 1990s Britpop band Cast at a gig in Leven are hoping to “sell out” another prestigious Fife venue in the months ahead.
Acoustic roots outfit Jinski are at Birnam Arts tonight. Made up of Geordie duo Stephen Wegrzynski and Dave Kennedy, the twin guitar/vocalists have honed their craft across a series of British tours in recent years that've seen them both chalk up a considerable number of miles and new friendships forged wherever they've played.
A decade on from the band’s initial success, The View’s frontman Kyle Falconer talks to David Pollock about his decision to go solo.
“There's a reason there's only two of us onstage,” growls Isaac Holman, the bare-chested drummer doing all the talking and most of the singing. “When me and my friend Laurie (Vincent, the heavily-tattooed guitarist in a leather waistcoat standing alongside him) wanted to start a band, no-one else wanted to join us.”
Is music festival tourism in Courier Country at saturation point or is there scope for further expansion? Michael Alexander tuned in to find out.