Music & entertainment
Why Celtic Connections remains so special
Donald Shaw looks forward to the winter festival's 30th outing
All hands on deck for The Glasgow Shanty Festival
Free family events followed by an evening of shanty bands
Pipers play Ukrainian national anthem at Kelvingrove
Writer Alastair Campbell and piper Finlay MacDonald came up with the idea
Make Music Day comes to Byres Road
Supermarket and bars to stage live performances
Glasgow Jazz Festival returns in-person
The four-day celebration takes place from June 16 to 19
'Kelvingrove' artist releases new song inspired by Loch Lomond
'Balmaha' premiered on BBC Radio Scotland’s BBC Introducing show
New tourism campaign puts Glasgow in the spotlight
The Ben Nevis Bar, The Snaffle Bit, The Islay Inn and the Park Bar are must-visit places
How lockdown led Kenny on his Highlands odyssey
Glendrian boasts a stellar bill of Scottish folk talent
'Kelvingrove' is debut stream hit for singer Chris Anderson
Glasgow singer-songwriter Chris Anderson's debut album Kelvingrove, which is available on all major music platforms, has accumulated over 250,000 streams in the last six months.
Glasgow pianist Kellock in the thick of it for new label launch
The jazz musician spearheads the UK launch of New Zealand-based Thick Records, the jazz label run by Scottish drummer John Rae from his new home in Wellington.
Scottish jazz musicians record 'A Change is Gonna Come' for Mandela statue fund
Tommy Smith, who directs The Scottish National Jazz Orchestra, has had a long association with the Nelson Mandela Scottish Memorial Foundation.
The Blue Arrow Jazz Club on Sauchiehall Street launches as free-entry bar-venue
Since 2018, the venue has established itself as a key hub within the city's thriving live music and club scenes.
Scotland's first inclusive clubbing night to hit the dance floor in Glasgow's West End
The night will appeal to people put off by the lack of access and intimidating nature of nightclubs
Instant Composers Pool Orchestra to play GIOfest show at CCA in Sauchiehall Street
The ensemble takes its cue from its late founder, pianist Misha Mengelberg, who died in 2017.
Slade to rock Finnieston this Christmas as top arts venue unveils its festive offerings
To mark the occasion the arts hub has commissioned an exterior light installation called ‘New Glasgow’.
'He loved a laugh…he loved people' - how the spirit of musician Fraser Shaw lives on
Tickets are on sale for ShawFest which takes place at St Peter's Hall in Partick in September.
Last remaining tickets still available for Big Country gig at Clydebank Town Hall
Glasgow singer Jill Brown shows a little tenderness with Soul Food at King Tut's
Glasgow institution Rio Cafe announces 'end of an era' as new owners take over
Farewell party is planned for this Saturday ahead of Rio Cafes last day of trading in its current form on April 1.
Feature: Lorenzo Pacitti at LP Records on Park Road flips sides to launch own label
West End record shops is branching out to set up its own music label.
Competition: Win tickets for Big Country charity fundraiser at Clydebank Town Hall
Scottish rock bands will raise funds for Teenage Cancer Trust at charity concert in March.