Donnie Munro, the former Runrig frontman, performed a special acoustic gig in Montrose for Valentine’s night.
TV screens at T in the Park will not show Sunday’s big sporting events – meaning festival goers will have to find other means to watch Wimbledon or the Euro 2016 final.
The artist described as Scotland’s most engaging and haunting singer-songwriter is to play Perth’s Southern Fried Americana Festival.
Scottish singer Sandi Thom has cancelled her scheduled performance at the Gardyne Theatre tonight.
Fife musician King Creosote will perform songs from his acclaimed From Scotland with Love documentary soundtrack following a screening of the film in Dundee next month.
Joan Armatrading performed to a sell-out crowd at Arbroath’s Webster Theatre on Tuesday night.
Dundee bands have raised more than £2,500 for charity by playing gigs in people’s livingrooms, conservatories and flats.
Basking in sunshine and a warm glow of nostalgia, music fans flocked to Perthshire at the weekend for the Rewind Festival.
Almost 60 new acts have been confirmed for T in the Park, as the organisers announced that tickets go on sale on Friday.
Thousands of retro revellers have made the annual pilgrimage to Perthshire to enjoy a weekend of nostalgia. Queues snaked across the grounds of Scone Palace on Friday as campers arrived for the Rewind Festival, which features an array of 80s stars on Saturday and Sunday. Look out for updates from the festival all weekend at www.thecourier.co.uk.