WHEN DOES YOUR WEEKEND START? My weekend disna usually start till Monday, as I am mostly in at the BBC by 7.30am on Saturday and Sunday.
The Royal Scottish National Orchestra (RSNO) is set to perform in Aberdeen on Thursday, January 29, in a beautiful evening of piano classics, presented by soloist Khatia Buniatishvili.
When you think of events organised to celebrate Robert Burns you tend to think of formal dinners, when everyone gets dressed up to the nines and waxes lyrical about the Bard. In Inverness, they’re going to celebrate in a much more lively way, thanks to Eden Court’s creative team.
Fans of Glaswegian alternative rock band sensation Twin Atlantic are rejoicing as a spate of new gigs have been announced ahead of the release of their latest single, Oceans.
Get ready to enjoy the ‘craic’ and enjoy some Motown magic at Eden Court next week, writes Susan Welsh
Scottish Chamber Orchestra will conjure a tale of four cities at Aberdeen’s Music Hall on Saturday evening.
Internationally acclaimed Gould Piano Trio give the first Music Nairn concert of 2015 on Friday, January 16, which will be their seventh visit to the Highland town.
Martin Hutchinson talks to Rick Wakeman about his life in music and his upcoming visit to Aberdeen
Aberdeen Chamber Music Concerts (ACMC) kicks off 2015 with a wonderful evening of piano and cello music.
Get ready for Aberdeen’s packed 2015 programme of sights and sounds. Andrew Youngson reports
Get ready for Inverness and the Highlands’ packed 2015 programme of sights and sounds, writes Susan Welsh
Sophie Ellis Bextor, 35, is about to step back on to the dance floor for the Strictly Come Dancing Christmas special. The singer talks to Carrie Gregory about why she will have a lot more fun on the show this time around and why 2014 has been a great year for her
Following the huge success and popularity of his Christmas Concert show over the last six years in Edinburgh, Phil Cunningham is calling his pals together once again to open their Christmas songbook to Aberdeen audiences.
Rock legends AC/DC are coming back to Scotland next year, and intend making a triumphant return to Glasgow’s Hampden Park on Sunday, June 28, to celebrate the release of their new album, Rock or Bust. The highly anticipated album was released earlier this month and is the band's 50th internationally released studio album.
While thoughts are focused currently on Christmas Day, there’s still plenty of red-letter days to come before 2015, writes Susan Welsh
The X Factor’s wildcard, Stevi Ritchie, speaks of his excitement ahead of next year’s The X Factor 2015 Live Tour
Excitement mounts as the ‘Oscars’ of the Scottish traditional music world bring glamour and glitz to Inverness, writes Susan Welsh
Jersey Boys brings the music for the generations singing into the future. Andrew Youngson catches up with the cast ahead of their appearance in Aberdeen this spring
Members of the public are invited to Robert Gordon University's (RGU) annual Christmas Carol Service next Thursday, December 11, at its Garthdee campus.
Musicians from the multi-award-winning Hebridean Celtic Festival will be among Edinburgh’s first-foot guests during the capital’s Hogmanay celebrations. Artists representing the internationally renowned HebCelt on Lewis will perform at a special ceilidh being held as part of a series of free live gigs “hidden” in 11 buildings and outdoor spaces in the city’s Old Town on January 1.
Ahead of her concert with the Aberdeen Choral Society on December 16, soprano Lisa Milne, 43, tells Andrew Youngson why she likes nothing more than to perform in her home city
Pop band the Bay City Rollers were huge in the 70s. Martin Hutchinson talks to singer Les McKeown about reliving those heady days
Elton John and his band will perform at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (AECC) next June in an outdoor venue as part of their European tour.
Having performed 500 major concert shows to more than half a million fans around the world since they formed over a decade ago, Rumours of Fleetwood Mac are returning to the UK next year to present a spectacular new stage show and, including on the tour, visits to Inverness and Aberdeen.
After months of feverish speculation and their triumphant performance on BBC’s Children In Need last weekend which resulted in the greatest hits album surging up the chart, pop powerhouse S Club 7 have confirmed their hotly-anticipated return to the music scene with their 2015 ‘Bring It All Back’ arena tour.
An extraordinary new film featuring songwriter and musician Edwyn Collins, receiving rave reviews both at home and abroad, is having its Sutherland second premiere at Timespan in Helmsdale on Thursday, November 27.
It’s often written that there’s a ‘rare opportunity’ to see or hear something when, in reality, it’s not the case. But it is true of Inverness Choral Society’s next concert as the choir will perform Bach’s Christmas Oratorio in Inverness for the first time in more than 20 years.
Stonehaven's annual Hogmanay bash has added two star Scottish performers to its line up.
Peter Gabriel visits Aberdeen next week with his Back to Front Tour which features some of his greatest hits, including Sledgehammer. Andrew Youngson catches up with the musician and activist
Jazz-pop chart-topper Paloma Faith gave the Granite City a taste of her dazzling, retro style last night.