One of Scotland’s best-loved record shops closed its doors for the last time yesterday.
The story of David Bowie, part three: Changes galore… but he remained a ‘hero’ for so much more than one day
By the time David Bowie came to record his Young Americans album in the mid 70s, he was so big that his own heroes were lining up to meet him.
The story of David Bowie, part two: Ziggy decided to break up the band – for real on stage at the end of tour!
Through his astonishing success of the early 1970s, David Bowie had to “drag” his reluctant band along.
Glasgow gig to celebrate female talent in music on and off the stage ahead of International Women’s Day
The work of women in music both on and off the stage will be celebrated in a live gig this March.
The story of David Bowie, part one: Starman’s career finally got off the ground with help from Major Tom
IF any aspiring pop stars feel like giving up after their first singles sell poorly, they could do worse than get a bit of David Bowie’s attitude.
Summer Nights 2020: Van Morrison, Suzanne Vega, Primal Scream and Edwyn Collins among line-up for Kelvingrove Bandstand shows
The line-up for this year's Summer Nights at Kelvingrove Bandstand has been announced, including the likes of Suzanne Vega, Van Morrison and Primal Scream.
Dance duo Disclosure have been named as the closing headliner for this year's Riverside Festival.
Dundee's Camperdown Park is set to be named as the host for Radio 1's Big Weekend this May.
Having an English singer-songwriter headline a Burns Night concert in a town synonymous with the Bard might seem unusual. For the singer in question, though, it doesn’t come close to being his strangest gig.
Elvis Presley would have turned 85 on Wednesday, but his music remains as fresh and exciting as ever.
WRITTEN by Pogues founders Jem Finer and Shane MacGowan and featuring guest vocals from Kirsty MacColl, Fairytale of New York had numerous rejigs before it became the version we know today.