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  • The beauty of Mr Beast

    26 Apr 2006 - DAVID POLLOCK - Herald [ feature ]

    You know you've made it when one of your heroes comes to admire your work.

  • Heaven is a place in Perth

    26 Apr 2006 - MICHAEL TUMELTY - Herald [ review ]

    The first season of concerts in the music programme of the new Perth Concert Hall is drawing to a close.

  • The King holds court in Anstruther

    25 Apr 2006 - ROGER COX - Scotsman [ review ]

    THIS year, the disparate band of musicians known as the Fence Collective really had to fight to make their Homegame Festival happen.

  • Top acts sign up for Dundee festival

    25 Apr 2006 - Scotsman [ news ]

    AMERICAN singer Pink and Scottish rockers Primal Scream are to play at Radio 1's Big Weekend festival in Dundee, it was announced yesterday.

  • British Blues Quintet, Apex Hotel, Dundee

    25 Apr 2006 - Rob Adams - Herald [ review ]

    Maggie Bell wants promoters to stop putting her name in bigger letters than those of her new band mates.

  • City acts brew up interest at T Break gigs

    25 Apr 2006 - Scotsman [ news ]

    BANDS who have made it to the finals of a Scotland-wide competition are set to showcase their talents at a series of concerts in the city.

  • Gael Force Winds, Queen’s Hall, Edinburgh

    25 Apr 2006 - CONRAD WILSON - Herald [ review ]

    To escape from their confining repertoire of Danzi, Reicha, Hindemith and so forth, wind quintets often resort to arrangements of works for other instruments.

  • Suddenly KT is up for an award

    25 Apr 2006 - TIM CORNWELL ARTS CORRESPONDENT - Scotsman [ news ]

    THE Scottish singer KT Tunstall is in the running for a top music industry award with her hit song Suddenly I See.

  • Bach meets Moondog, Old Fruitmarket, Glasgow

    25 Apr 2006 - Rowena Smith - Herald [ review ]

    Baroque rubs shoulders with jazz, world music and avant-garde performance in Joanna MacGregor's latest project, which sees the pianist collaborating with the Britten Sinfonia and a glittering line-up of musicians from other disciplines.

  • EMI and Warner 'mull merger talks'

    24 Apr 2006 - Scotsman [ news ]

    BRITISH music company EMI and its US rival Warner Music are said to be preparing to resume talks that could lead to the creation of the world's third-biggest music company.

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