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  • Bonnie 'Prince' Billy & Harem Scarem **** ABC, GLASGOW

    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.

  • Bonnie "Prince" Billy & Harem Scarem, Queen's Hall, Edinburgh

    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.

  • Duke Heitger & Brian Kellock, The Lot, Edinburgh

    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.

  • Big in Falkirk line up

    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.

  • Rarin' to go : Carl Cox

    13 Apr 2006 - Heather Suttie - Evening Times [ feature ]


  • Church on Tuesday

    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.

  • Burns festival line-up unveiled

    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.

  • Musica Scotica 2006 Conference

    13 Apr 2006 - Scottish Music Centre [ feature ]

    Musica Scotica 2006: 800 Years of Scottish Music

    Conference Celebrating Musica Scotica's First Decade (1996-2006).

  • Ayrshire festival has Jools in the crown

    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.

  • Professor Robin Orr

    13 Apr 2006 - John Calder - Independent [ obituary ]

    Composer and founding chairman of Scottish Opera who promoted the cause of modern music.

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