St Andrews-raised musician and former Beta Band frontman Steve Mason plays Dundee’s Fat Sams on Sunday November 24 just weeks after the release of his new four-track EP Coup d’etat.
Dundee tour date an opportunity for The Howl and the Hum to explore the influence of the late Michael Marra
Sam Griffiths’ memory of Dundee might be a hazy one having passed through the city during his band’s debut tour of the Highlands in 2017 while wrestling with a hangover brought on by Scotland’s “excellent” whisky.
A little under four years ago, a young Dundee band called Model Aeroplanes reached new heights by winning the Hard Rock Cafe Best Emerging Artist Award at the 17th annual SSE Scottish Music Awards in Glasgow.
Ged Grimes’ Gaelic-themed Celtic Connections live music show a chance to ‘shout loud’ about Dundee’s creativity
Michael Alexander hears why Ged Grimes of Simple Minds’ Gaelic themed computer game show The Bard’s Tale Live at Celtic Connections is a chance to ‘shout loud’ about Dundee’s growing creativity.
Renowned men’s A Capella chorus The Alexandria Harmonizers are headlining a concert at the Gardyne Theatre, Broughty Ferry.
Remember Us: Song by Dundee student Kayleigh celebrates the role of city youngsters in Year of Young People 2018
A song co-written by a Dundee student to celebrate the city’s young people has become the first ever music single to be released by the National Theatre of Scotland (NTS).
Spare Snare return to play Dundee, the first time after the release of their Steve Albini produced album 'Sounds' released on their own Chute Records last year.
An award-winning Tayside musician has saluted the indefatigability of notorious Dundee-raised former MP George Galloway by having a light hearted jib at him in song.
It has been described as the classic rock fan’s ultimate live juke box.
A former Dundee student who made history by becoming the first member of the public to cross the Tay Road Bridge when it opened in 1966 has been immortalised in song by an award-winning Tayside song writer.