The number of streams of the music of Sir Elton John has jumped 88% since the release of his John Lewis Christmas advert – and nearly half of those listening were millennials.
Frank Ocean has made his Instagram account public for the first time, revealing over 300 posts dating back to May 2017 to delighted fans.
Babs Beverley, one third of the famous Beverley Sisters, has died aged 91.
The Spice Girls have thanked their fans after selling out nine stadium shows.
Grime artist Lady Leshurr has said she had to work “ten times harder” to make it as a woman in the world of rap.
Scotland faces a huge cultural and commercial loss if music tuition in schools is allowed to decline, MSPs have been told.
A special concert for peace will be held in Aberdeen tomorrow following Remembrance Day services over the weekend.
Victoria Beckham has pointed out she was “never actually asked” to join the Spice Girls comeback, her ex-bandmate Mel C has said.
Sir Elton John is the first music superstar to be confirmed to perform at the new exhibition centre in Aberdeen.
An unavoidable part of modern life is spending long periods of time on hold while on the phone – but what do you to do keep yourself occupied?
Low-income British families are at risk of under-representation in the music industry, as children are priced out of learning instruments, new research suggests.
The director of an Aberdeen music festival has warned its future growth could be seriously hampered by Brexit.
Lily Allen has apologised to fans after cancelling her Wednesday night show in Chicago due to illness.
The fifth annual independent record label market in Aberdeen will take place on Saturday at the Lemon Tree.
Voice commands and tech have a long-standing romance with humorous misunderstandings, but if said malfunctions were applied to your vehicle things might turn from funny to chaotic pretty quickly.
Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper are on course for a second week at number one with a song from their film A Star Is Born.
A viral picture which appeared to show Justin Bieber eating a burrito sideways has been outed as a prank – but not before it prompted huge debate online.
Garage sales do not normally attract the attention of music experts and fans from around the world, but when the garage in question belongs to 80s hit band Tears for Fears, it is an entirely different matter.
The choir who thrilled guests at the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex earlier this year have surprised passengers with a performance aboard a British Airways flight.
An artist has taken Instagram by storm with her amazing portraits of celebrities drawn on vinyl records.
Wireless Festival will remain in Finsbury Park but artists have been warned not to swear or play “vulgar, obscene or banned songs”.
Ariana Grande has paid tribute to her late ex-boyfriend Mac Miller, a week after splitting from fiance Pete Davidson.
The Cure will play their first Scottish gig in 27 years at the next Glasgow Summer Sessions.
Dougie Burns saw Bad Touch on their Shake a Leg Tour at the Ironworks, Inverness.
A new piece of music will be played in unison by musicians across the world as a way of ensuring that the First World War continues to be remembered beyond its centenary.
Jess Glynne has landed her second number one album, knocking Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga’s original soundtrack to A Star Is Born from the top spot after just one week.
Collaborations are a mainstay of modern pop music and a mashup doing the rounds on social media brings together old and modern in perfect, if a little unsettling, harmony.
Dougie Burns saw, On the Road and in the Round, at Eden Court, Inverness.
The team behind the hugely successful Belladrum and Groove Festivals is to stage a brand new one-day festival in Inverness next summer.
President Donald Trump has welcomed musicians including Kid Rock and country star John Rich to the White House as he signed legislation overhauling the way music is licensed and songwriters compensated.
A boomwhacker is a stick which, when whacked, plays a musical note – a simplistic instrument that, as you can imagine, requires many hands to make a complex tune.
Due to high demand the Scottish SPCA has made their album, ‘Paws, Play, Relax’, available to download and stream through Spotify, iTunes, Google Play and most other popular music sites and apps.