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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

1st December 2014, Glasgow:

Culture Club’s original line-up have confirmed they are to play live dates across the UK in 2014 for the first time in over 15 years.

2nd December 2014, Glasgow:

Alfie Boe has moved further away from his traditional operatic repertoire on ‘Trust’, the follow-up album to 2012’s hugely successful ‘Storyteller’ - and he’s never sounded so coolly contemporary.

2nd December 2014, Edinburgh:

One of the UK’s foremost singer songwriters performs at Edinburgh’s Usher Hall in support of his new album.

4th December 2014, Glasgow:

One of the UK’s foremost singer songwriters, Chris Rea returns to the stage this December in support of a new album, due for release in September.

11th December 2014, Edinburgh:

English indie-rock band Bombay Bicycle Club won the NME ’Best New Band’ Award in 2010 and also have four eclectric albums under their belt.

12th December 2014, Dundee:

DF Concerts presents The View plus support.

20th December 2014, Edinburgh:

Don’t miss Deacon Blue and Support.

3rd February 2015, Edinburgh:

English indie-rock band the Kaiser Cheifs are coming to the Usher hall.

21st February 2015, Fife:

For over four decades, Barbara Dickson has continued to deliver songs to the public in her own incomparable fashion.

21st February 2015, Glasgow:

TeenStar is a one-of-a-kind nationwide singing contest to find the UK’s best teen singer, duo, vocal group or rapper.

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