One of the biggest nights in the Scottish traditional music scene was held in Aberdeen at the weekend, celebrating the very best talent from around the country.
Argyll's famous ceilidh group Skerryvore has unveiled plans for a one-day festival at Inveraray Castle to celebrate its 15th anniversary.
An award-winning Scottish rock group will headline a popular north-east boat festival next summer.
Several traditional musicians from the north and north-east have been shortlisted for awards in a competition which recognises the best of Scotland's scene.
The organiser of a leading music awards ceremony has said that Aberdeen's 'strong culture and language' is the reason why the 'Folk Oscars' are being held in the Granite City next month.
It is one of the most prestigious events in the Scottish music calendar and has been nicknamed the 'Folk Oscars'.
An Aberdeen theatre which beams its Hogmanay celebrations around the world has revealed this year's line-up.
Oban's stadium could be in line for a revamp to secure its future as a concert venue.
A new two-day Gaelic rock festival in the far north is among the latest to benefit from the Caithness and North Sutherland Fund.
Organisers of Argyll’s biggest annual outdoor live music concert have announced they will not be hosting the event next year amid a dispute with the local authority.
Oban was alive with music over the weekend following the return of a popular festival.
A Scottish traditional music rock band will return to Moray to perform.
The first acts have been announced for Argyll's biggest outdoor music event next year.
The Tiree Music Festival - in the self-acclaimed Hawaii of the North – has entertained thousands for its ninth show.
Tiree Music Festival has kicked off in spectacular style with a sunshine-filled day of music by the island’s famous sandy beaches.
For a small island, The Tiree Music Festival, which takes place next week, is a pretty big hitter.
Almost 8,000 revellers descended on Argyll over the weekend for Oban Live.
Traditional musicians from across Scotland and beyond will be arriving in Speyside on a regular basis throughout the year.
The lure of Inverness and the Highlands is strong this year, with a host of huge musical acts being drawn north to entertain us.
Alec Dalglish is a songwriter/singer/ guitarist with the band Skerryvore who are appearing at the free Inverness Hogmanay party.
When Skerryvore formed in 2005, a decade would have seemed like a long time away. Yet they celebrated 10 years together in 2015 and have strengthened musically since then.
A Russian sailor who had to be rescued by helicopter when the yacht he was on sank after hitting rocks near Skerryvore is to be extradited to Norway.
Celtic rock legends Capercaillie are among the big names coming to Oban for a huge two-day open air concert this summer.
It’s hard to believe, but it’s that time of year when we say goodbye to Your Weekend for a couple of weeks; but before we return in January with details of all the latest entertainment, music, movies and theatre events in your area, there’s one last chance to look at some of the fantastic Hogmanay events taking place this year
Popular folk rock band Skerryvore have announce plans for a huge two-day open air concert in Oban.
Over the past decade, despite its remote location, size and time of year, the fantastic Loopallu music festival has brought the likes of Paolo Nutini, Mumford & Sons, Franz Ferdinand, Jake Bugg, The Undertones, Alabama 3, The Buzzcocks, Newton Faulkner and Twin Atlantic to the Highlands.
Thousands of music fans turned out to enjoy folk rock band Skerryvore celebrate a decade in the business.
It’s whisky galore at the 2015 Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival
Popular ceilidh band Skerryvore is celebrating its 10th birthday, and thousands are going to turn up for the party.
Excitement mounts as the ‘Oscars’ of the Scottish traditional music world bring glamour and glitz to Inverness, writes Susan Welsh