It’s time to get your appetite for music and food at the ready – Food and Fiddle Fortnight is on its way, as Andrew Youngson finds out
Good music, good times and dancing aplenty is on offer tomorrow night at The Ironworks, courtesy of Mr Neil Diamond, writes Susan Welsh
Martin Hutchinson caught up with 10cc’s Graham Gouldman in the run-up to the band’s dates in Aberdeen and Inverness
Buddy Holly – A Legend Reborn returns to Scotland with a brand-new show starring Steve Halliday as Elvis Presley and Gavin Stanley as Eddie Cochran.
Scottish Opera is bringing Verdi’s Macbeth to audiences across Scotland this autumn
Celebrating 10 years of the Best Fest in the West with organiser Rob Hicks and Susan Welsh
A season of free musical concerts will start in Aberdeen today.
Despite being a hugely successful performer for more than four decades, Joan Armatrading has never done a solo world tour – until now.
Irish band The Script will return to Aberdeen in February of next year.
Renowned as one of the hottest and most entertaining old-time bands on the circuit, Shesham and Lotus and Son are set to wow north audiences as they undertake their first tour of the UK.
Has there ever been a Gaelic singer quite like Julie Fowlis?
Having survived the rigours of World War I and being played in locations as diverse as the beaches of Brazil and the Grand Canyon, a historic set of bagpipes will take centre stage as shinty comes to the fore during the 10th Blas Festival.
Swing into action and enjoy the atmosphere surrounding The Ryder Cup, writes Susan Welsh
Songbird Sharon Corr has never felt more free, although she’s happy to take the past with her, she tells Andrew Youngson
The Scottish Chamber Orchestra makes a welcome return to Perth Concert Hall this autumn on Friday, September 12, with a programme of music by Mozart, Weber and Mendelssohn.
Some of the best musicians in Scotland are taking part in this year’s Blas Festival, and with more than 50 venues to choose from, there’s no excuse not to join the party, writes Susan Welsh
The Celebrate Aberdeen event is set to showcase all that is good about the Granite City this weekend.
Huntly’s contribution to Scotland’s Year of Homecoming arrives this weekend with banging drums and the heart-stirring skirl of bagpipes.
The lives of legendary rock’n’rollers may have typically burned brightly for a short time, but their music plays on. Andrew Youngson reports
Enjoy sunshine on Leith – even on dull autumn days, writes Susan Welsh
Snooker legends, shows direct from the west end, high drama and laughter are on offer this season at Eden Court, writes Susan Welsh
An affinity with struggle has brought new meaning to Russell Watson’s charity engagements, he tells Andrew Youngson
The Voice himself, Russell Watson, is set to perform a one-night vocal spectacular in Aberdeen.
Authentic experiences and big names are lined up for a new Hebridean September festival.
Wine and cheese are often combined, but what about pairing beer and cheese?
All female quartet Astrid String Quartet are in concert at Nairn Community and Arts Centre tonight, Friday, July 25.
This weekend, the Southern Fried Festival in Perth is taking the music outside for the first time as it launches a free outdoor stage at Perth Concert Hall.
Inverurie Jazz Festival 2014 is set to burst on to the north-east music scene this weekend with more than an additional twist or two.
Be prepared to laugh, smile and enjoy a night with the wonderful Elaine C. Smith, who, for once, is appearing as herself, writes Susan Welsh
Old and new coincide harmoniously in Big Country, as Mark Brzezicki explains to Andrew Youngson
Corrie Ronnie Browne has revealed he is baffled by the popularity of Flower of Scotland.
As Amy Duncan heads out on her inaugural tour this month, she shares with Andrew Youngson the process behind her songs