BY the end of WOODY SEZ it wouldn't matter if you had known nothing about American folk legend Woodrow Wilson Guthrie - or all the songs, the communism,his Dust Bowl-era documentation of songs and experience - you had an almost living picture of the man.
Published: Fri 27 May 2016
An international line up of jazz artists will be in the Highlands this July for the first Inverness Jazz Festival.
Published: Thu 26 May 2016
THEIR name might point to the Outer Hebrides, but when it comes to musical influences, Perth band The Carloways look even further west.
Published: Wed 25 May 2016
DESIGNER Dick Bird turns THE MIKADO stage into a giant oriental box with a golden lock.
Published: Tue 24 May 2016
GROOVE Loch Ness has announced a bigger second stage offering for the second year of the event held at Dores on the shores of Scotland's most famous loch.
- Meet man behind Cubans' mainman Miguel
- Review: John McCusker's Hello, Goodbye
- Stage set for Dick Bird's take on The Mikado
- Miss Irenie Inverness tonight
- Summer Pleasures at The Ironworks
- Gig fundraiser for Stephanie
- Grandmaster's Ironworks debut
- KT Tunstall tours North in August
- Town's witch-burning past highlighted in Mairi's album
- Who's in the Potting Shed?
- Strictly speaking, perhaps not Flavia's Last Tango
- Poet and crime writer is Salon guest
- Event of the Week: For being tangoed, one last time
- REVIEW: Woody Sez
- City jazzed up for new music festival
- Lucky life of Michelle McManus
- Esbjerg and Ribe - simply go there.
- Country and Western Isles from Perth's Carloways
- Review: 5 Soldiers
- REVIEW: The Mikado (Scottish Opera and D'Oyly Carte)