It was a music genre that originated amongst African Americans in New Orleans, USA, in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Trumpet virtuoso and former principal of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland John Wallace goes back to his Fife roots when he leads De Profundis – the East Neuk Festival’s ‘Big Project’ for 2017.
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.
It will be a “dream come true” for former Fife fire fighter Stevie McCrorie if his debut album goes to number one in the official UK music charts.
Scottish winner of The Voice and former Fife firefighter Stevie McCrorie will be releasing his debut album, Big World, as early as January 2016.
Interview with Stevie McCrorie – ‘Releasing an album is definitely scarier than running into burning buildings!’
Stevie McCrorie is feeling “anxious” when The Courier calls.
Musicians from across Scotland will perform in the biggest ever celebration of Scotland’s patron saint in the town he gave his name to.
Veteran ska and two tone legends The English Beat – simply known as The Beat in their native England – are coming to Kirkcaldy.
Fife firefighter Stevie McCrorie missed out on the number one spot to pop sensation Jess Glynne yesterday.
They are four of Scotland’s most experienced musicians and now they have teamed up to present a show of Scottish songs seldom now heard, but once the basis of the folk revival in the 1960’s and 1970’s.