David Cassidy, who shot to fame in the sitcom The Partridge Family, has died aged 67.
Claire Richards, Lisa Scott-Lee, Faye Tozer, Lee Larchford-Evans and Ian ‘H’ Watkins formed pop group Steps 20 years ago and went on to achieve phenomenal global success.
A bar has appealed to the Scottish Government to save live music by protecting established venues from noise complaints from new neighbours.
A unique first took place in Moray at the weekend as dozens of people got into the swing of golfing sessions while being backed by musicians.
"Nothing is impossible."
Music legend Tom Petty is seriously ill in hospital after suffering a cardiac arrest, according to reports.
Many tears will be shed. Of that there is no doubt.
A north-east musical prodigy will watch with wonder as his work is performed by a European band visiting Aberdeen at the weekend.
A top-ten chart act and some of Scotland’s best new musical talent will take the stage this weekend at fast-growing Aberdeenshire festival Fyvie Live.
The former music tutor of pop legend Annie Lennox has accused council officers of “ignoring tradition and history” as the fight escalates to save extracurricular lessons at Aberdeen Music Centre.
A Moray choir is preparing for an emotional performance to support their instructor.
A pair of pipe bands could be set up in the north-east after a swell in interest from local school children.
Aberdeen International Youth Festival celebrates finale of “most exciting, varied and diverse” year yet
More than 900 young actors, dancers and musicians from across the globe made this year’s Aberdeen International Youth Festival (AIYF) one of the “most exciting, varied and diverse” in its 44-year history.
Running a music festival isn’t for the faint-hearted these days.
A north-east teenager rubbed shoulders with the stars at an exclusive pop concert for girlguides.
It was 32 years ago this week that Bryan Adams stepped onto the stage at JFK stadium in Philadelphia for the US part of Live Aid, ripping through a set of rock and roll that made many of the other acts that appeared that day seem tame by comparison.
One of the world's top performing arts schools has announced it will open a base at Fraserburgh Academy as the search for a coordinator is launched.
The American rock band The Killers will return to the north-east this November for a show in the AECC as part of their latest UK tour.
Aberdeen Music Centre has confirmed it will not host extracurricular lessons at the start of the new academic year - despite previous promises the service would not be affected by cuts.
Music lovers from as far afield as Australia, America and Denmark are flocking to Aberdeenshire this week for an annual Folk festival.
Developers should be forced to pay to soundproof music venues near new homes to prevent more closures, an MSP has told ministers.
Newly-discovered comp by a world-acclaimed Aberdeenshire musician and composer are set to be released in a new book as part of the Silver Cities Stories festival.
Pupils from Peterhead Academy are making final preparations for their performance at the prestigious Rock Challenge final next month.
The sound of traditional Scottish music will echo down the streets of a Moray town for the next three days.
Some of the north-east's most talented young musicians will be hitting the high notes when they get together for a special concert in Aberdeen.
Ariana Grande has said she was inspired to change her set list for the One Love Manchester benefit concert after the mother of one of the teenage victims said her daughter would have wanted to hear the hits.
With a new home under construction, the current AECC will at some point come down.
Glasgow band Prides ended their current tour at Aberdeen's Lemon Tree with an energetic set that was well received by a young and enthusiastic audience.
While most teenagers are looking forward to spending summer relaxing with friends, one 16-year-old is preparing to launch his debut album.
It's hard to exaggerate the impact the Average White Band made when they burst on to the international music scene in the early 1970s.
A popular north-east country park will host an evening of classical and folk music for soprano and clarinet this weekend.
A leading north-east recording studio has celebrated two decades of producing music.