Former Runrig frontman Donnie Munro has spoken of his excitement as he prepares to play at a special gig in Fort William next year.
Skye man who founded Lucky2BHere charity celebrates 10th anniversary with over 30,000 trained in emergency lifesaving skills
A Skye man who started the Lucky2BHere charity to raise funds for a single defibrillator has praised his volunteers as more than 30,000 have been trained in emergency lifesaving skills.
‘The screams when Marti took his hair out of his ponytail’: Your memories of Wet Wet Wet and Runrig at Tarlair
P&J reporter David Proctor dived into our archives to produce a feature about the day Tarlair hosted two of the country's biggest bands.
They have travelled ‘over land and sea’ to venues across the globe but Scottish Celtic rock band Runrig have found themselves a new home – bizarrely, in the school classroom.
Two councillors yesterday thanked the Celtic rock band Runrig for their contribution to Highland life and culture over the past 45 years.
A shirt signed by Runrig and worn by an onstage guest during their farewell concert has raised more than £3800 at auction in support of shinty players across the north.
Thousands of islanders joined fellow revellers in Stirling on Saturday when Celtic rock band Runrig brought the curtain down on a career spanning 43 years.
Runrig have paid tribute to their legion of fans as they prepare to bring down the curtain on 45 years of performing.
Runrig have expressed their gratitude to fans in the Western Isles after demand for their farewell concert was so huge it sparked additional flights.
Runrig has announced that former singer Donnie Munro will be a special guest at their final farewell shows next month.
Scottish Gaelic rock band Runrig will take to the stage for the final time this August and fans have been quick to snap up tickets.
Retiring Celtic rockers Runrig have teamed up with a north-east firm to produce a special dram to toast their final tour.
Runrig have made their fans' dreams come true - and announced they are performing an extra farewell concert in Stirling later this year.
Scottish rockers Runrig have confirmed they are “exploring” new ways to help disappointed fans who couldn’t get tickets for their farewell concert.
Scottish rockers Runrig have announced a final farewell concert to help bring down the curtain on a remarkable 45-year career in music.
Highland rockers Runrig helped generate more than £2.2million for the Outer Hebrides' economy and safeguard 40 tourism-related jobs, says a study.
The award-winning Hebridean Celtic Festival will celebrate its “coming of age” next week with a special birthday present, gift wrapped in Nashville – an updated version of its theme song produced with the help of musicians from both sides of the Atlantic.
Runrig star Calum Macdonald has recalled his favourite memory of the Hebridean Celtic Festival as the band prepares to headline the event in Stornoway.
A Moray fundraising group is counting on one of Scotland's best-loved musicians to help raise thousands of pounds for charity.
With our love affair with music festivals showing no sign of slowing down, we look at what’s in store at three popular events.
A legendary Scottish musician has been named as the chieftain of a Moray piping extravaganza this year.
Emotions will run high in Aberdeen next week when iconic band Runrig mark the end of an era with a concert celebrating their final studio album, writes Susan Welsh
The curtain has closed on the panto and the January blues have well and truly sunk in. As we sit at our desks, weaning our bodies back into a routine after two weeks of long lies and scrumptious brunches, the only things keeping us going are the, hopefully, approaching warmer weather and a busy social calendar. Unfortunately, no one can make any promises weather-wise, but there’s plenty of live shows visiting Aberdeen this year to keep you entertained. Your Weekend takes a look at what’s on this month and next
Scottish rock legends Runrig will make the Gaelic heartland part of their 2016 UK tour by headlining next year's Hebridean Celtic Festival.
Two legends from Runrig will take the stage for a concert in Inverness in memory of a young man who lost his life to an undiagnosed heart condition.
Donnie Munro, the former lead singer of Runrig, has kept out of the debate over Scotland's future until now.
He may have extra people behind him these days, but Donnie Munro still feels more on his own when he takes the stage.