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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

26th April 2015, Glasgow:

Nick Cave presents songs from across his considerable catalogue.

27th April 2015, Edinburgh:

Iconic singer and performer Marc Almond returns to Edinburgh with the release of his much-awaited new album The Velvet Trail due in March 2015.

28th April 2015, Edinburgh:

Nick Cave is playing some rare solo dates across Europe this Spring and is coming to Edinburgh as part of this special tour.

29th April 2015, Glasgow:

Al Stewart performed the album “Year Of The Cat” in its entirety for the first time ever at The Royal Albert Hall in October 2013.

1st May 2015, Glasgow:

Performed by Philip Glass and the Philip Glass Ensemble.

2nd May 2015, Glasgow:

Steve Martland came to MINIMAL in 2012 when we co-commissioned his brilliant Sea Songs.

28th April - 2nd May 2015, Glasgow:

Four years after the band’s last record-breaking tour, Mark Owen, Gary Barlow and Howard Donald are heading back out on the road in 2015.

3rd May 2015, Glasgow:

Steve Reich is a demanding critic of performances of his music, but Scotland’s own Colin Currie has won his applause and admiration for his stunning performances of ‘Drumming’.

9th May 2015, Glasgow:

Make sure you catch Twin Atlantic in Glasgow.

12th May 2015, Glasgow:

The amazing and iconic LULU will embark on her first solo UK tour in over ten years when she plays a series of live dates in May 2015.


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