Recent news articles about music in Scotland
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7 Jun 2006 - NEIL COOPER - Herald [ feature ]
SUMMER music festivals usually mean two things.
7 Jun 2006 - ALISON KERR - Herald [ review ]
OVER the course of four sweltering days last July, while the G8 leaders held their summit at Gleneagles, an historic meeting was taking place in the west end of Glasgow.
6 Jun 2006 - Edinburgh Evening News [ news ]
A HOST of international stars are included in the full line-up for the city's jazz festival, which was unveiled today.
5 Jun 2006 - RUSSELL JACKSON - Scotsman [ news ]
SANDI Thom, the Scot plucked from obscurity and given a record deal after broadcasting performances via the internet, scored her first No 1 yesterday.
5 Jun 2006 - EVA LANGLANDS - Herald [ feature ]
I felt like my life was in danger," says Susan Harris, remembering the first time she suffered a panic attack while performing.
5 Jun 2006 - NEIL COOPER - Herald [ review ]
Given the weight of his back catalogue, the Grangemouth-born former Cocteau Twins guitarist and sonic sculptor should be welcomed back like a conquering hero.
5 Jun 2006 - Daily Telegraph [ feature ]
It's always a thrill when some precious object from the distant past is rescued from the ground, cleaned of the mud of millennia, and restored to its original beauty.
4 Jun 2006 - ANN DONALD - Scotsman [ feature ]
The RSNO returns with its annual excuse to raise the roof and thrill to the rapturous sounds of The Proms.
4 Jun 2006 - AIDAN SMITH - Scotland on Sunday [ feature ]
SANDI Thom is a big fan of Joni Mitchell, Carole King and Carly Simon and some of the songs on her debut album lament the fact the 1970s were over before she was born.
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.