THE Stiff Records label that was to bring the more sophisticated punk-era talents of Elvis Costello and Ian Dury to a hungry public began in 1976 with a 45rpm single from one Nick Lowe.
Keith Bruce's verdict: four stars
The art of the written word will be celebrated on Saturday as we mark Letter Writing Day.
Last Friday I sat in the balcony of the Henry Wood Hall in Glasgow listening to the RSNO play sections of a new original film score under the baton of its composer, John Logan.
Artists to play folk concert for Clutha families
Robbie Williams has announced a second date at the SSE Hydro.
Paddy Callaghan's introduction to the accordion wasn't in the love-at-first-sight class that sees some young musicians dedicate themselves to music at the expense of almost everything else.
International angle to project for young stars
It has been nearly 10 weeks since Scottish Opera announced that its new music director, Emmanuel Joel-Hornak, was to resign with immediate effect, and still the company's general director Alex Reedijk refuses to talk.
James Taylor has announced plans to play Glasgow's SSE Hydro next year.
Dean McAdam's verdict: two stars
Not Fade Away 1987: Sign O' The Times, by Prince.
Club to host pupils' show