Buddy Holly never made it to Scotland during his whirlwind UK Tour in 1958 and, after a plane crash robbed the world of his musical genius the following year, it seemed he never would.
NEW research has found that Glasgow is second only to London when it comes to the most expensive places to see gigs by top touring artists.
EARLIER this month, Michael Ball and Alfie Boe achieved their second No.1 album within a year as a duo.
PHIL COLLINS remembers the last time he played in Scotland and, in particular, he remembers one review that was nearer one star than five.
THE live music scene is very much alive and kicking, generating a whopping £1 billion last year, according to the latest figures.
FANS of The Killers are the latest music lovers to be left frustrated in their search for tickets to see their favourite act.
PLAYING such an iconic venue as Edinburgh Castle has got to rank highly with any music star.
KATIE MELUA was part of last month’s tributes to Sir Terry Wogan and she’s in no doubt about the influence he had in her career taking off.
AS Martin Kemp looked out from the stage to a sea of people last year, he knew exactly what he wanted to do next.