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  • Pop CDs of the week: Irma Thomas, Paul Simon and more

    3 Jun 2006 - Thomas H Green - Daily Telegraph [ review ]

    Sandi Thom was alleged to have been discovered through performing a series of web-cast gigs from her Tooting flat, although there are some questions about how much "word-of-internet" was involved in her meteoric rise.

  • Seriously Scottish Vol 1

    3 Jun 2006 - Scottish Music Centre [ feature ]

    The first ever Seriously Scottish, compiled in 1999.

  • Seriously Scottish Vol 2

    3 Jun 2006 - Scottish Music Centre [ feature ]

    Seriously Scottish Volume Two was planned and programmed by Stewart Cruickshank, Senior Producer, Contemporary Music at BBC Scotland.

  • Seriously Scottish 2004

    3 Jun 2006 - Scottish Music Centre [ news ]

    If you are involved in promotion within the music industry and wish to obtain a copy of SERIOUSLY SCOTTISH 04, please contact the Scottish Music Centre at the e-mail address at the end of the track listings below.

  • Seriously Scottish

    3 Jun 2006 - Scottish Music Centre [ news ]

    Seriously Scottish LIVE! brings you a variety of the very best music made in Scotland today.

  • Sublime melodies of a bygone age

    2 Jun 2006 - Geoffrey Norris - Daily Telegraph [ review ]

    The haven of civilisation that the hour-long BBC Lunchtime Concerts offer amid the hurly-burly of the West End proved exceptionally restorative in this recital of Beethoven and Shostakovich.

  • Local Radio tunes up sales

    2 Jun 2006 - Scotsman [ news ]

    THE Local Radio Company, owner of 28 UK radio stations including Central FM in Falkirk, today defied tough market conditions to record an upturn in advertising sales.

  • A night at the opera, thanks to generous millionaire

    2 Jun 2006 - PHIL MILLER, Arts Correspondent - Herald [ news ]

    Lord Laidlaw, the multi-millionaire businessman, has donated more than 100,000 to Scottish Opera so that it can stage an opera directed by one of Broadway's rising stars.

  • The second coming

    2 Jun 2006 - JOHN WILLIAMSON - Herald [ feature ]

    Though this weekend sees the launch on the corner of Buchanan Street and Nelson Mandela Place in Glasgow to be exact of Quinn's second album, Luss, the geography and time frame involved make this a more remarkable event than it may at first appear.

  • Scottish Opera 'right back on song'

    2 Jun 2006 - TIM CORNWELL ARTS CORRESPONDENT - Scotsman [ feature ]

    SCOTTISH Opera yesterday unveiled a season of four major operas as its new director, Alex Reedijk, insisted the troubled company was "sorted".

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