Comic superstar Katherine Ryan will headline the 2021 Aberdeen International Comedy Festival, it was announced today.
Tinie Tempah has said coronavirus has made it difficult for musicians who are just starting out in the industry to establish themselves.
Grassroots music venues have welcomed Scottish Government help to limit the financial devastation caused by the coronavirus.
The entire UK music industry could be “chopped off at the ankles” if small venues are not supported as the nation comes out of lockdown, according to an Aberdeen live music bar.
Music concerts and other cultural events could soon be staged again as part of a series of Scottish Government-backed "trials".
With gigs cancelled across the UK and the world, musicians are finding it tough to perform.
With live music events cancelled across the country, these north-east musicians have taken to social media to entertain the region.
Tickets for iconic rocker Bryan Adams' Aberdeen show are now on sale.
Tickets for comedian Jon Richardson's Aberdeen show are now on sale.
MPs have issued a warning to the public against using secondary ticketing website Viagogo until it “fully complies with consumer law”, a report has said.
A new policy to help protect live music venues is expected to be included in an upcoming Scottish Parliament bill.
Aberdeen’s rising bands have the opportunity to impress talent scouts as part of an event organised by the BBC.
The majority of deaf and disabled people have experienced problems and largely feel discriminated against when trying to book tickets to live music events, according to a new report.
Pink Floyd’s Nick Mason has warned the band would struggle to reach its dizzying heights in today’s climate.
The controversial 696 live music order form – which has been accused of unfairly targeting specific genres on a racial basis – is to be scrapped, police said.
An Aberdeen MSP is campaigning for a change in the law to help protect live music venues from noise nuisance complaints.
A popular Aberdeen bar has announced it will be launching a new live music night.
LIVE music is set to return to the Christmas Village this weekend - despite acts being called off earlier this week.
ANGRY and disappointed people have spoken out following the cancellation of live music at the Christmas Village because of two complaints.