Recent news articles about music in Scotland
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9 Jul 2006 - Sylvia Patterson - Sunday Herald [ comment ]
T In The Park is the drunkest festival in the history of the music festival itself.
9 Jul 2006 - ANNA MILLAR - ARTS CORRESPONDENT - Scotsman [ news ]
THE gods of rock were initially merciful to their followers.
8 Jul 2006 - ROB ADAMS - Herald [ review ]
Thelonious Monk's compositions seem to grow in stature and importance with each passing year.
8 Jul 2006 - JOHN ROSS - Scotsman [ news ]
THE Highlands' answer to X Factor reaches its climax tonight when the search for new musical stars ends.
8 Jul 2006 - Scotsman [ news ]
A POPULAR children's theatre troupe are to appear at a city centre store to give a special free performance.
7 Jul 2006 - Evening Times [ feature ]
GARY, Artie, Kevin and Cilla in costume for their new show, Old MacDonald's Farm.
7 Jul 2006 - ELEANOR COWIE and MARISA DUFFY - Herald [ feature ]
By Bus, This is the best way to travel to T in the Park – and the shuttle bus will get you closer to the entrance than any other mode of transport.
7 Jul 2006 - JOHN WILLIAMSON - Herald [ feature ]
THE WHO, Main Stage, Sunday Evidence of T in the Park's growing maturity as a festival comes in the form of the average age of the Sunday headliners.
7 Jul 2006 - Scotsman [ review ]
JAPANESE pianist Makoto Ozone played in the same edition of Gary Burton's quartet as Tommy Smith back in the late 1980s.
7 Jul 2006 - GARY FLOCKHART - Edinburgh Evening News [ feature ]
TWO days, ten stages, three tents, a fun fair, 140,000 fans and more than 170 artists - T in the Park returns this weekend boasting a world-class line up including seminal British legends The Who, US funk-rock heroes Red Hot Chili Peppers, Franz Ferdinand, The Strokes, Kaiser Chiefs and Arctic Monkeys.