Ahead of his appearance at the latest Tae Sup Wi' A Fifer in Kirkcaldy, author Ian Rankin tells Michael Alexander how he's "definitely slowing down as he gets older" - but is looking forward to getting down to writing again after a year off.
Tae Sup wi’ a Fifer
Newport-born singer-songwriter Horse McDonald is no stranger to Fife and no stranger to Tae Sup Wi’ A Fifer curator James Yorkston having performed a Creative Fifers double header at the Byre Theatre in St Andrews with him in 2015.
Tae Sup: Why Jenny Lindsay has a Glasgow thief to thank for setting her on the road to performance poet stardom
Jenny Lindsay doesn’t condone crime.
‘It’s a great surprise to me I’ve made a living as a guitarist – it was never the plan!’, says Super Furry Animals maverick Gruff Rhys ahead of Tae Sup Wi’ A Fifer headline gig
Super Furry Animals and Neon Neon maverick Gruff Rhys is no stranger to Fife having recorded at Sub Station in Rosyth and having played Glenrothes with the Super Furries a few years back.
Stand-up for Fife: Comedian Phill Jupitus on why he loves life living in the East Neuk – and his dismay that Britain is acting like a ‘self-harming teenager’
Ahead of his Scottish tour, Michael Alexander hears from comedian Phill Jupitus about his love for life in Fife - and why, because of Brexit, he no longer talks about politics on stage.
Tickets are now on sale for the latest rounds of Tae Sup Wi’ A Fifer – the multi-genre club night curated by renowned Fife musician James Yorkston.
‘If I could take off to the hills I probably would,’ says ‘Godmother of freak folk’ Vashti Bunyan ahead of rare Fife gig
Ahead of a rare performance in Fife, Michael Alexander speaks to the ‘Godmother of freak folk’ Vashti Bunyan and hears why disillusionment with society in 1968 reminds her of the times we live in now.
Supping Wi’ Fifers: Idlewild indie legend Roddy Woomble making amends for ‘Dundee-Fife divide’ of his youth!
He has toured the world as frontman of Scottish Indie giants Idlewild.
Why Martin Carr of The Boo Radleys is too ’embarrassed’ to perform the band’s most famous track in Fife
Martin Carr - guitarist and song writer with 1990's indie rock band The Boo Radleys - tells Michael Alexander why he won’t be singing the band’s best known track ‘Wake Up Boo’ when he performs an acoustic set in Kirkcaldy.
Michael Alexander speaks to Johnny Lynch a.k.a The Pictish Trail about his forthcoming performance back in Fife – and life after Fence Records.