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.
She had fame and fortune at her fingertips thanks to a powerful voice that belied her small frame.
Performing a cover version of a classic Scottish singalong hit is a bit like being handed a treasured artefact that's been cherished by many for years.
Last year, Glasvegas celebrated a decade since their self-titled debut album propelled them to critical and commercial success worldwide, as well as earning a nomination for the Mercury Music Prize.
A musician has released a set of songs to help people dance their Brexit blues away in the form of a disco concept album ridiculing Brexit rhetoric.
Simple Minds, Tom Walker and Joesef are the first acts to be announced for this year's Specsavers Scottish Music Awards.
A jam-packed programme of ceilidhs, concerts, sport and family events gets underway from Friday as the The Royal National Mòd returns to Glasgow for the first time since 1990.
He's been dead for 55 years and only recorded for 16, achieving the impossible by mixing Sinatra-style crooning with country and western.
Glasgow's George Square will host the opening party to launch this year's Royal National Mod as the city welcomes the festival back for the first time in almost 30 years.
When actor and singer Charles Esten played the Royal Albert Hall, he told himself it was a once-in-a-lifetime moment.