Country music Scotland
Country music has more sub-genres than there are states in the USA. Recognised mainly by the sound of the steel guitar, country music has a huge following the world over - including Scotland. Venues up and down the country play host to local and international artists. Scotland’s largest and most established country music festival is held each year in Creetown, just north of the border in Dumfries and Galloway.
1st November 2014, Fife:
Zoe Muth has helped to turn her home town of Seattle, from the capital of grunge into a north-west heartland of purest Americana.
2nd November 2014, New Galloway:
Zoe and her band have fast become the most talked about ‘live’ act on the US circuit.
7th November 2014, Dundee:
Nathan Carter, regarded as the biggest name in Irish country music, comes to the Whitehall Theatre.
8th November 2014, Dundee:
An evening of song, laughter and legendary stories is promised when you come along to this enthralling tribute to the music, life and times of Patsy Cline.
7th & 8th November 2014, Glasgow:
Born in Cleland Lanarkshire 1940, Sydney Devine is one of “Scotland’s most successful and unique performers” and has recorded over 30 albums with total sales of over 15 million.
8th November 2014, Fife:
Nathan Carter, regarded as the biggest name in Irish country music, makes a welcome appearance at Rothes Halls.
9th November 2014, Edinburgh:
13th November 2014, Stirling:
Sam Baker is one of the finest of the modern-day veteran Texas troubadours.
16th November 2014, Edinburgh:
The BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra perform Beethoven’s Ninth in this Runnicles Birthday Concert.
19th November 2014, Fife:
After his very successful tour last September, Mike Denver returns to Scotland with his highly entertaining show.