Aberdeen's thriving heavy metal community was treated to a double dunter of performances last night as Alestorm and Sabaton dual-headlined a performance at the Music Hall - although they did both get tickets from the council for parking their tour buses on double yellows.
The Cult’s Ian Astbury has been singing the praises of getting grounded and reconnecting with simple values for eons. After 33 years in the music business, he explains how the masses are finally starting to agree.
A caring Orkney student enjoyed an "unreal" experience graduating in front of hundreds of academics at the Music Hall yesterday.
Two old school pals shared a day to remember after graduating from the same university course yesterday.
An Aberdeen footballer hit the back of the net yesterday as she scored an electronic and engineering degree from RGU.
A major contract is up for grabs to carry out the biggest revamp of one of the Granite City's most historic music venues.
North-east music lovers are being invited to share their favourite memories of one of the region's iconic venues as plans are drawn up for a £7 million revamp.
Stars of pop giants, The Beautiful South, Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott are planning a return visit to Aberdeen following sell-out success last year.
A work of art by a world-renowned graffiti artist proved a huge draw at an Aberdeen art exhibition at the weekend.
Tom Odell will top the bill at the inaugural True North Festival in Aberdeen later this year.
Football icon Sir Alex Ferguson will return to Aberdeen this autumn to discuss his secrets of success.
A senior staff member at a top north-east school has been forced to apologise following remarks he made to parents and pupils at an end-of-year ceremony.
An 80s favourite is making a return to the stage, and will visit the north-east as part of a UK tour.
Loud-mouthed comedienne Ruby Wax may not be an obvious port of call for anyone seeking sensible advice on the subject of sanity - but on closer inspection she's a choice that makes perfect sense.
An annual charity show that almost filled the Music Hall last year is returning next month to support the Archie Foundation.
Footage has emerged of festive images and messages projected on the front wall of Aberdeen's Music Hall.
Wildlife lovers in the north east are waiting in anticipation for a rare sighting of TV naturalist Chris Packham.
Jazz-pop chart-topper Paloma Faith gave the Granite City a taste of her dazzling, retro style last night.
A celebrated English blues musician who has collaborated with the likes of Eric Clapton cancelled his Aberdeen gig tonight due to an illness.
It is a group which has members ranging from ten-years-old to 86, with members from every corner of Aberdeen.
Aberdeen Art Fair (AAF) once again opens its doors to the public this weekend at Aberdeen Music Hall, and this year promises to offer the largest variety of art seen under one roof in the north-east. The AAF features a superb choice of local and national galleries and artists selling a diverse range of contemporary, affordable and original art with prices from £50-£10,000. Visitors at the annual event can expect to see the cream of Scottish talent, previously unseen work from established artists, household names and fresh new work from up-and-coming artists in a friendly, informal atmosphere. This year will also feature a free children’s arts creche and plenty of delicious refreshments in the cafe.
Aberdeen was at the centre of the Scottish independence debate on Wednesday night.
The Singing Kettle are retiring, so here’s a look back at 11 of their best songs you almost certainly know already
A tear was shed by thousands yesterday as The Singing Kettle announced that it would perform for the final time at Aberdeen Music Hall in February.
Contemporary paintings of the Outer Hebrides will take centre stage at this year's Aberdeen Art Fair.
Visitors to the Aberdeen Art Fair will be able to enjoy live painting for the first time at the event.
Historic buildings across the north and north-east will receive a share of a £1.5million funding award.
Hundreds of Billy Connolly fans were left disappointed after tickets to the comedian's Aberdeen shows sold out in under an hour.
Hundreds of Billy Connolly fans were left disappointed this morning when tickets to his Aberdeen shows sold out in under an hour.
You'll need to be quick to get a ticket to see legendary Scottish comedian Billy
Billy Connolly is to kick-off his new High Horse Tour in Aberdeen in September
The joy of movement will be celebrated with a series of dance events throughout Aberdeen this summer.
Plans to rejuvenate Aberdeen's historic Music Hall have been given a boost with initial approval from the Heritage Lottery Fund.