An all-female music festival has been announced, following controversy over male-dominated events.
Ellie Goulding is one of several celebrities who have called on Boris Johnson to make tackling the world’s climate emergency a “top priority”.
Star performers from the 24th instalment of the HebCelt festival have praised the event after it went off without a hitch last weekend.
Musicians including KT Tunstall and Ward Thomas have called for change to a “systemic problem” with gender equality in the UK’s music industry ahead of an all-male headlined Glastonbury.
The countdown to this year’s HebCelt festival has now begun in earnest – with under a month to go – as its HQ in Stornoway town centre opened yesterday.
KT Tunstall has said she had reservations about appearing on TV to search for her biological father as she feared producers were after “a salacious, crazy, Jeremy Kyle-style nightmare scenario”.
Rick Astley has said he never embraced the rickrolling phenomenon because he did not want to ruin the joke.
KT Tunstall has described the Tory leadership race as “a bunch of bollocks” that “doesn’t seem like a choice”.
Singer KT Tunstall has said the organisers of the Hebridean Celtic Festival "deserve an award" for making sure women are equal in number to men performing at the event.
Multi-million-selling singer songwriter KT Tunstall and award-wining duo The Shires are the latest headliners to be announced for Stornoway’s summer festival.
KT Tunstall has thanked the 10,000 fundraisers taking part in a mass sleepout for showing solidarity with homeless people and helping collect £3.2 million.
Armed with sleeping bags and warm clothes, thousands of people will take to Scotland’s parks this evening in a bid to help end homelessness.
KT Tunstall and Amy Macdonald will provide the entertainment later for around 10,000 people spending the night outdoors in a mass sleepout to raise millions for the homeless.
A huge, good-natured crowd gathered at the Northern Meeting Park to pay homage to veteran Scots rockers Simple Minds and fellow enduring 1980s stars, The Pretenders, on Saturday.
KT Tunstall and Amy McDonald to perform in four Scottish cities in one evening to raise awareness of homelessness
Pop star KT Tunstall returned to her busking roots yesterday afternoon giving a special impromptu performance in Dundee city centre.
KT Tunstall has been one of Britain’s most successful singer-songwriters of the last 15 years and is continuing to blaze a trail in the music industry.
Hundreds of people are expected to take part when Aberdeen joins the Big Sleepout campaign to end homelessness later this year.
Two years ago, KT Tunstall thought she was done with music. “I didn’t want to do it anymore, I was utterly burnt out,” she said.
KT Tunstall wowed the crowds at her gig at Ironworks in Inverness last night.
KT Tunstall is coming home and is touring across Scotland this month. She will be singing her way from Ullapool to Aberdeen as part of a Highlands and islands tour.