Singer-songwriter Dean Owens to play Maryhill
Award-winning Scottish musician hailed as one of UK’s finest troubadours
'Our largest ticket item is still the Celine Dion cassette we sold for £750'
Store manager Andrew McWhinnie on selling music that helps others around the world
Drawing on the Dewey spirit
Award-winning ensemble plays music from its latest album
RCS jazz students scoop awards
Previous winners include pianist Fergus McCreadie and saxophonist Matt Carmichael
TV cop joins orchestra on the beat
Taggart star Blythe Duff at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
High praise for chart-topping jazz trio
Fergus McCreadie plays Merchants House next month
Double feast for Deacon Blue fans
Book event takes place hours before band plays OVO Hydro
'Kelvingrove' artist releases new song inspired by Loch Lomond
'Balmaha' premiered on BBC Radio Scotland’s BBC Introducing show
How lockdown led Kenny on his Highlands odyssey
Glendrian boasts a stellar bill of Scottish folk talent
Rare instrument donated to Oxfam on Byres Road
The Hungarian Cimbalom could be worth thousands of pounds
Kelvingrove gallery among venues for CeilidhFest celebration
Kelvingrove art gallery is among the venues for the celebration of Glasgow's music and culture.
Skypark shows support for performers with Music Sessions
The business venue is streaming the first of its sessions in support of pandemic-hit musicians.
Glasgow Jazz Festival returns online with early-bird tickets
Glasgow Jazz Festival will return as a three-day digital festival in the summer with Scottish performers taking centre stage.
Jazz school guitarist draws perfect circle with debut album
Tom Stephenson becomes the latest product of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland’s acclaimed jazz course to put his music out onto the market.
Jazz trio release five tracks recorded before pandemic hit
Prime Trio features Peter Johnstone, a former Young Scottish Jazz Musician of the Year.
Swedish musician discovers himself on 'Great Western Road'
A video on YouTube features footage from the West End of Glasgow mixed with studio shots back in Sweden.
Orchestra celebrates the power of the word on Burns Night
Burns composed My Love Is Like a Red, Red Rose in 1794, just two years before he died, and is said to have written it for his wife and muse, Jean Armour, to sing.
Award-winning musician goes with flow at Celtic Connections
Matt Carmichael releases the first single from his debut album this Friday ahead of two performances during the new-look, virtual Celtic Connections.
Friendship and hope: The inspiration behind Fatma's Waltz
Money raised from the charity composition and video is going to the Beatson Cancer Charity.
Glasgow pianist tops chart with title track from new album
Fergus McCreadie has scored an early hit with his trio’s second album more than a month before it is officially released.
Teachers write Christmas song to give Glasgow 'a little lift'
Phil Ford and Tim Kwant work in schools in the west of the city.
Young jazz stars join top orchestra for landmark concert
Anoushka Nanguy and Liam Shortall are Scottish Jazz Award winners.
Glasgow students to honour Art Blakey in streamed concert
The lunchtime concert will be available to view afterwards, but people are urged to watch in real-time to enjoy the music 'in the moment'.