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Music in Scotland

From contemporary to classical, traditional to Celtic rock, opera to folk - Scotland is music to your ears. Scotland’s music scene has never been so vibrant and exciting, with live gigs and music festivals happening in cities and villages all over the country, at venues large and small. Whatever you’re into, don’t miss out on the fantastic choice of great live performances and attractions on offer. Now’s your chance to try something new.

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Lockerbie Country Music Festival

1st - 3rd May 2015, Lockerbie:

Artists appearing include Lemon Gras, Smoking Gunns, Root’n Toot’n, Seagles, Caroline Mason and Western Express.

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1st - 4th May 2015, Bute:

The Isle of Bute Jazz Festival began in 1988 and has been staged annually on the first weekend of May ever since.

Plug Festival: Simply Red Note

5th May 2015, Glasgow:

Plug, The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland’s festival of new music and celebration of potential, is back.

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6th May 2015, Glasgow:

Features the premiere of Matthew Whiteside’s new work for viola d’amore and live electronics, alongside Prologue by Gerard Grisey and Ghosts by Ed Bennett.

Charley Pride

6th May 2015, Glasgow:

Charley Pride’s phenomenal success place him in the Top 15 all-time country record sellers.

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7th May 2015, Glasgow:

Some composers fade peacefully into old age: others do things rather differently.

Breabach

7th May 2015, Inverness:

Ever since launching their career as winners of an Open Stage Award at Celtic Connections 2005, Breabach’s star has been steeply on the rise.

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8th May 2015, Inverness:

Russell Watson is one of the world’s most prominent tenors, selling in excess of seven million albums worldwide.

Blueflint

8th May 2015, Cumbernauld:

Autumn 2014 saw Blueflint record their third album with renowned producer Paul Savage (King Creoste, Mogwai, From Scotland with Love).

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8th May 2015, Aberdeen:

Some composers fade peacefully into old age: others do things rather differently.


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