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Popular music Scotland

Scotland has spawned a vast range of mainstream and cult pop performers, among them Jethro Tull, Rod Stewart, Lulu, Sheena Easton, Texas, Fleetwood Mac, Annie Lennox, Dire Straits, Ultravox, The Proclaimers and Runrig. And in pubs, clubs and small venues all over Scotland, upcoming young and talented bands of every modern genre – perhaps the big names of tomorrow - are eager to entertain you.

activity highlights

28th March 2015, Edinburgh:

American Rock band Train are travelling from San Francisco to the Usher Hall.

29th March 2015, Glasgow:

Justin Young (vocals, guitar), Freddie Cowan (guitar), Arni Arnason (bass guitar) and Pete Robertson (drums) are The Vaccines.

30th March 2015, Glasgow:

Catch Blue, one of Britain’s most successful pop groups, as part of their brand-new tour for spring 2015.

7th April 2015, Edinburgh:

The Scottish rock band Simple Minds are back with their brand-new tour.

8th April 2015, Perth:

One of the world’s best live bands return with a new tour combining their greatest hits with tracks from their new album, Big Music.

10th April 2015, Glasgow:

As long-time friends, the concept for the “On Stage Together” tour originated at the Robin Hood Foundation benefit in 2013 where Paul Simon & Sting performed together for the first time.

10th April 2015, Glasgow:

The Tron continues its season of live acoustic sets in the Vic Bar, The Seven Song Club present A New International, with special guests.

11th April 2015, West Lothian:

A showcase of the great bands from the unforgettable sixties.

12th April 2015, Glasgow:

Rap’s reigning queen visits the SSE Hydro as part of The Pinkprint Tour.

12th April 2015, Inverness:

A Fellow of the Royal College of Music, Professor of the London College of Music, former Yes keyboard player, Watchdog presenter and renowned Grumpy Old Man, Rick Wakeman has led a rich and varied life.

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