Scotland’s brave new world under Gregor Townsend, Fortress Murrayfield and the game played at blinding pace, faces the proper acid test at last this afternoon.
Stuart Hogg seems to be more desperate to play than the Scottish management is desperate to play him in this weekend’s second Autumn test against Fiji, but they’re giving the star full-back every chance.
‘Cool’ to produce Gaelic computer game soundtrack in Dundee, says Simple Minds bass player Ged Grimes
Gaelic music composed by Dundee-born Simple Minds bass player Ged Grimes takes centre stage in a new video game set in 18th century Scotland. Michael Alexander spoke to Ged to find out more.
The Dundee bass player with rock icons Simple Minds has revealed that it will be a “huge buzz” for him to end the band’s Grandslam tour with an open air gig in his home city on Sunday September 9.
‘We had some heady times in Dundee – it used to be quite rough!’, says Simple Minds guitarist Charlie Burchill
Ahead of Simple Minds’ long-awaited gig at Slessor Gardens on September 9, guitarist Charlie Burchill tells Michael Alexander about the “heady times” in Dundee during the band's early days –and explains why he’s “fallen in love again” with Scotland.
My affinity with Dundee: Why Simple Minds legend Jim Kerr hopes to bring ‘luck’ to the opening of the V&A
As Simple Minds release their first album in four years, Michael Alexander chatted to lead singer Jim Kerr about the V&A, KT Tunstall -and the band’s long time affinity with Dundee.
Two of Dundee's best musicians have come together to produce a single backing the city's bid to become European Capital of Culture in 2023.
Thirty years after Deacon Blue - fronted by Dundee-raised Ricky Ross - released their debut album Raintown, Michael Alexander reports on how the record took the charts by storm.
A prominent Dundee musician could be in line for an Oscar nomination for his hit song featured in the film Sing Street.