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  • Isobel Campbell and Mark Lanegan

    29 Jan 2006 - COLIN SOMERVILLE - Scotland on Sunday [ review ]

    Isobel Campbell's third album since leaving Belle and Sebastian pairs her with the former Screaming Trees frontman and featured vocalist with desert rockers Queens of the Stone Age.

  • RSNO, Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow

    27 Jan 2006 - MICHAEL TUMELTY - Herald [ review ]

    It's not often these days that one applies the term "revelatory" to an RSNO concert.

  • The accent that almost killed the radio star

    27 Jan 2006 - JANE BRADLEY - Edinburgh Evening News [ feature ]

    SHE hobnobs with Britain's coolest bands and has a prime-time slot on Radio One.

  • ALE MÖLLER'S WORLD HERITAGE ORCHESTRA

    27 Jan 2006 - Scotsman [ review ]

    YOU can always rely on Ale Möller to give a sterling performance.

  • Celtic Connections: Richard Thompson

    26 Jan 2006 - Phil Miller - Herald [ review ]

    It has been a busy time for Richard Thompson.

  • Blood but no thunder

    26 Jan 2006 - Rob Adams - Herald [ news ]

    Peter Erskine is talking about the "wincing" effect seeing a drum kit being set up amid an orchestra can have on orchestral players.

  • Take me out for... (Carol Laula)

    26 Jan 2006 - Carol Laula - Herald [ news ]

    Drinks
    I'd love to get into the Rainbow Room in New York.

  • Royal Scottish National Orchestra

    26 Jan 2006 - Rowena Smith - Herald [ news ]

    The legacy of the late Sir Alexander Gibson – founding father of Scottish Opera, music director of the Scottish National Orchestra for almost 25 years and one of the most important Scottish musical figures – has been celebrated in recent years by his orchestra with an annual memorial concert.

  • Jazz: Trianglehead

    26 Jan 2006 - Rob Adams - Herald [ feature ]

    If James Brown is the hardest working man in showbusiness, the most dedicated band in Scottish jazz – this weekend at least – must be Trianglehead.

  • Woody, Fallon! That's who you need to jazz it up

    25 Jan 2006 - John Gibson - Edinburgh Evening News [ news ]

    YOU'LL seldom find Brian Fallon anything other than upbeat about the Edinburgh International Jazz & Blues Festival.

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