Events in Brazil have been the focus of much attention this past week but Glasgow is about to get a taste of Brazilian magic delivered to its door with the arrival of Hamilton de Holanda a week on Sunday.
People Show 124:
A Scots musician is taking the internet by storm thanks to his latest creation and the backing of one of America's best known geeks.
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Nicola Meighan's verdict: five stars
Countertenor Iestyn Davies claims that, based on the music he is singing in any given concert, he can predict the precise words a critic will use to describe his performance.
Lana Del Rey
Club Morsecode sends message on new acts
It was a marriage made in jazz heaven:
Glasgow String Quartet
Cathedral choir launches St Giles record label
"Weapons-grade teen pop" - Rolling Stone
Fundraiser for Soundhouse is on the way
Konrad Wiszniewski Quartet
East Neuk Festival is turning 10 this year, and to celebrate it is holding a pretty specialist kind of a party:
Event: Rothschild's violin, opera, Cottiers theatre, Glasgow
ELO frontman Jeff Lynne is teaming up with the BBC Concert Orchestra to play some of the band's greatest hits at a comeback concert in Hyde Park.
Punk pioneers The Ramones have been honoured at a rock awards ceremony for their contribution as trailblazers.
Brian Eno made music for airports.
Two Wings vocalist Hanna Tuulikki is discussing Peace/Fear, the opening track on the Glasgow band's new album, A Wake.
McBusted star Tom Fletcher has beaten Simon Cowell to the title of Celebrity Dad of the Year.
Rik Mayall could top the charts less than a week after his death after an online campaign by fans sent sales of his failed football song, Noble England, rocketing.
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Mr McFall's Chamber
New Order's Italia 90 England anthem World In Motion has been voted the nation's top football song in a poll of karaoke crooners.
Former Smiths frontman Morrissey has cancelled the remainder of his US tour after collapsing and being taken to hospital.