'... a lovely intimate space where local and international artistes can play acoustically to a listening audience'
Thousands of young people left the Hebrides for Canada
'Getting up on that stage is a memory I’ll always hold dear ...'
'It's been a privilege researching, composing the music ...and telling that story'
Talk of live music from Stetsonhead, Paul John MacIver, Dorec-a-Belle and Wounded Moose
'My 100th Artyness column ... and year end is a time for naturally taking stock...'
Musicians are usually busy over the festive period, being asked to play at lots of different events
Rab Noakes – superb musician, singer, Musician’s Union activist, passed away
The first time I heard of the city of Chicago was in a song by a band named Paper Lace called The Night Chicago Died.
Next year marks the 100th anniversary of the sailing of the SS Metagama
Recently I had the pleasure of attending the Highland Youth Music Forum Conference in Inverness’s Spectrum Centre.
'Have I got a recommendation for you this week!'
The city centre venues buzzing with bands and artists, (including new music bar The Highlander) and it just keeps going.
Work is to be showcased on a new online platform, alongside the story which inspired it
'Of many music projects I’ve been fortunate to work on, this is without doubt one of my favourites'
First Gathering since the pandemic and the return of Under Canvas
Cultarlann Inbhir Nis... would be a gathering place with Gaelic language at its heart
'Let’s, via the universal language of music, reach out our hands'
Range of projects ... stimulate creativity, enhance child development, personal skills, and much more
The last two years have not been recalled by the usual seasonal markers but by lockdowns