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Rock Music Scotland

By far the most celebrated Scottish act to emerge from the 1970s rock era was the Sensational Alex Harvey Band, whose extraordinary 1975 performances in Glasgow are still the talk of some rock connoisseurs. Scotland has since produced a string of respected rock performers, including Rod Stewart, Annie Lennox, Midge Ure of Ultravox and Jim Kerr of Simple Minds - to name but a few. Scotland continues its proud tradition with current rock sensation Biffy Clyro – and there’s more upcoming talent like this already playing venues up and down the country.

activity highlights

4th August 2013, Fife:

Broad Street Bowling Club in Cowdenbeath proudly present an afternoon of live music to raise funds for CHAS.

30th May 2015, Edinburgh:

Don’t miss out on the Manic Street Preachers performance at Edinburgh’s Usher Hall.

6th June 2015, Fife:

Burntisland Playgroup presents a Live Music Night with band ’Not Big Not Klevir’ performing a selection of Rock, Roll, Rhythm and Blues music.

3rd July 2015, Lanark:

MacFloyd (Scottish Pink Floyd) bring their show for the first time to Lanark in celebration of the 40th anniversary of Floyd’s classic ‘Wish You Were Here’ album which will see them perform this masterpiece in its entirety.

2nd October 2015, Moray:

The band will be performing songs from their classic multi million-selling album ‘Steeltown’.

16th November 2015, Inverness:

After touring with Bruce Springsteen as a long-time member of the E Street Band on both the 2012-13 Wrecking Ball tour and the 2014 High Hopes, tour Nils Lofgren is back to perform his own legendary live show.

18th November 2015, Aberdeen:

After 12 years and over a million tickets sold, Steve Steinman returns as Barron Von Rockula in the all-new Vampires Rock Saga The Ghost Train.


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