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Rufus Wainwright, Perth Concert Hall

Rufus Wainwright, Perth Concert Hall

Lorna Stallard November 22, 2016 0

The American-Canadian singer-songwriter and composer Rufus Wainwright has played some of the world’s most iconic music venues, such as New York’s Carnegie Hall, the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles and the London Palladium, but

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Album Review: Tom Chaplin – The Wave

Album Review: Tom Chaplin – The Wave

Lorna Stallard October 14, 2016 2

During a Twitter Q&A with fans last year, Keane frontman Tom Chaplin was asked what advice he would give to himself ten years ago. He responded: “Deal with your shame Tom.” Shame was the

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Alan Cumming Sings Sappy Songs, Edinburgh

Alan Cumming Sings Sappy Songs, Edinburgh

Lorna Stallard September 4, 2016 0

Alan Cumming Sings Sappy Songs began life in the fashionable Café Carlyle in New York’s Upper East Side in June 2015 before touring the US, Canada and Australia, but this is the first time

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FATHER JOHN MISTY, O2 ACADEMY, GLASGOW

FATHER JOHN MISTY, O2 ACADEMY, GLASGOW

Lorna Stallard May 16, 2016 0

12th May 2016 O2 Academy, Glasgow It’s difficult to believe that Josh Tillman, aka Father John Misty, was once the drummer for indie folk outfit Fleet Foxes. At tonight’s sold out show at Glasgow’s

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MUMFORD & SONS, HYDRO, GLASGOW

MUMFORD & SONS, HYDRO, GLASGOW

Lorna Stallard December 14, 2015 0

14th December 2015 Hydro, Glasgow For a band that seems so suited to playing arenas, fans of Mumford & Sons may be wondering how their latest album, Wilder Mind, translates to the big venues

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ALT-J, HYDRO, GLASGOW

ALT-J, HYDRO, GLASGOW

Lorna Stallard December 7, 2015 0

07th December 2015 Hydro, Glasgow Alt-J’s gig at Glasgow’s enormous Hydro arena appears just over half full, but you wouldn’t know it from the energy emanating from the crowd. There is a sense that

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KODALINE, O2 ACADEMY, GLASGOW

KODALINE, O2 ACADEMY, GLASGOW

Lorna Stallard December 6, 2015 0

06th December 2015  02 Academy, Glasgow With dance and electronic music seemingly everywhere at the moment, it’s refreshing to experience a band like Kodaline that favours simple but catchy melodies and lyrics. The Irish

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FLORENCE + THE MACHINE, HYDRO, GLASGOW

FLORENCE + THE MACHINE, HYDRO, GLASGOW

Lorna Stallard September 14, 2015 0

14th September 2015 Hydro, Glasgow It can be a challenge for an act to make Glasgow’s cavernous Hydro feel energised, but Florence Welch manages exactly that when she brings her dazzling Machine to the

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FFS play Glasgow School of Art

FFS play Glasgow School of Art

Lorna Stallard June 16, 2015 1

Franz Ferdinand and Sparks have teamed up to create a synthpop supergroup, using the pleasing acronym FFS. Glasgow School of Art alumni Franz Ferdinand have returned to their alma mater for an intimate show

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From Nickelodeon to the forefront of the pop scene – Ariana Grande plays Glasgow

From Nickelodeon to the forefront of the pop scene – Ariana Grande plays Glasgow

Lorna Stallard June 8, 2015 Comments Off

Ariana Grande has gone from Nickelodeon star to the forefront of the pop scene in just a couple of years. When you witness her performing live, it’s easy to see why. Tonight, Glasgow’s 13,000

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