Recent news articles about music in Scotland
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14 Apr 2006 - FIONA SHEPHERD - Scotland on Sunday [ review ]
WILL Oldham, aka Bonnie "Prince" Billy, is a revered figure on the alternative Americana circuit, with more than a decade of haunting Appalachian-influenced recordings to his various names.
14 Apr 2006 - Rob Adams - Herald [ review ]
If any tour can be said to have lived up to the Scottish Arts Council's promise of delivering its Tune Up series to more people in more places, it's this one.
14 Apr 2006 - Alison Kerr - Herald [ review ]
He may have played two Edinburgh and Nairn jazz festivals, but New Orleans-based trumpeter Duke Heitger was making his first appearance with Scotland's top jazz pianist on Wednesday.
13 Apr 2006 - Scottish Music Centre [ news ]
Big in Falkirk is THE Showcase of the best of British street theatre with more British work commissioned in 2006 than ever before.
13 Apr 2006 - Heather Suttie - Evening Times [ feature ]
STAR DJ CARL COX CAN'T WAIT FOR EASTER SUNDAY FUN AT COLOURS.
13 Apr 2006 - Vicky Davidson - Evening Times [ feature ]
CHARLOTTE Church is in town next week for her first headline Scottish date since ditching the stuffy world of opera for the sparkly world of the pop princess.
13 Apr 2006 - BBC News [ news ]
Burns an' a' that! is now in its fifth year
Jools Holland, The Proclaimers and opera star Katherine Jenkins will headline the annual Burns an' a' that! festival in Ayrshire.
13 Apr 2006 - Scottish Music Centre [ feature ]
Musica Scotica 2006: 800 Years of Scottish Music
Conference Celebrating Musica Scotica's First Decade (1996-2006).
13 Apr 2006 - Tim Cornwell - Scotsman [ news ]
THE pianist, bandleader and former Squeeze member Jools Holland and The Teardrop Explodes singer Julian Cope, will be among the performers at the Burns an' a' that! festival.
13 Apr 2006 - John Calder - Independent [ obituary ]
Composer and founding chairman of Scottish Opera who promoted the cause of modern music.