For hundreds of oil workers breaking their backs on the North Sea rigs, the notion of being paid to hang out with rock legends such as ACDC, Metallica and Ozzy Osbourne might seem like an impossible dream.
A gathering of ale enthusiasts on Deeside proved so popular in its inaugural year that it will be returning sooner than expected in 2015.
Scottish author Stuart MacBride has shared the songs that soundtrack his writing.
A charity concert by classical singer Russell Watson has raised almost £30,000 for a learning disability charity.
Elton John has revealed plans to play an open-air gig in Aberdeen this summer.
Manfred Mann Earth Band's Aberdeen born guitarist has shared his best-loved songs with The Press and Journal.
Jazz-pop chart-topper Paloma Faith gave the Granite City a taste of her dazzling, retro style last night.
An Aberdeen band could be on its way to stardom after reaching the final of a prestigious talent contest.
A celebrated English blues musician who has collaborated with the likes of Eric Clapton cancelled his Aberdeen gig tonight due to an illness.
A north-east band who relocated to Glasgow several years ago will return to Aberdeen for their largest ever city gig tonight.
Hedgehog Pie, The Delinquents, Deaf Ted and The Playboys - just a few of the bands who topped the bill in the north-east's musical heyday.
The war poem which led the red poppy to become a symbol of remembrance has been lifted off the page by an Aberdeen composer with the piece to be performed for the first time next month at Royal Albert Hall.
It was originally thought that ovens were invented for one purpose and one purpose only, but this child has proved that the kitchen staple is quite versatile.
A musical collaboration between Aberdeen and its twin city in France kicked off the 10th annual Sound music festival at the Aberdeen Music Hall at the weekend.
Music fans are being invited to a showcase of the best sounds the north-east has to offer, all in the name of charity.
A Manchester four-piece band will play Aberdeen this weekend - ahead of supporting one of the greatest rock groups in history.
A season of free musical concerts will start in Aberdeen today.
One passionate independence supporter from Aberdeenshire has been inspired to put pen to paper in the run up to the referendum.
New Year celebrations in a north-east town were given a funding boost this week as councillors backed the return of Gig at the Brig.
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.
A British rock legend is staging a benefit gig for a struggling north-east animal sanctuary.
A variety show of music, dance and laughter will raise funds for cancer research tonight following the death of a Peterhead teenager from the disease.
The last gig they played state-side was in the heart of Manhattan, but one American orchestra's most recent performances have been of a more remote blend.
Aberdeen International Youth Festival officially began last night with the opening ceremony.
A group of youths from an Aberdeenshire acting school will kick start the 42nd Aberdeen International Youth Festival (AIYF) in apt style today.
The chief executive of Aberdeen Asset Management has shared his favourite tunes with the Press and Journal.
Great British Bake-Off runner-up and Shetland Island native James Morton has named the songs he listens to whilst conjuring up his weird and wonderful bakes.
As Amy Duncan heads out on her inaugural tour this month, she shares with Andrew Youngson the process behind her songs
A sell-out crowd enjoyed the music and the craic at the popular T in the Park festival today - despite the rain.
An Aberdeen musician has shared the songs he relates to the most.
An Aberdeenshire town will be bustling this weekend, with events for music, food and craft lovers lined up.