Preview: Bahookie, Edinburgh

Preview: Bahookie, Edinburgh

Scotland’s leading rock/ceilidh band Bahookie will bring their unique blend of traditional music and Top 40 hits to Edinburgh on June 21, allowing revellers to celebrate the arrival of summer with traditional Scottish dancing to some of the best-loved music acts of the 80s, 90s and noughties. The band, best-known for mixing hits such as The Prodigy’s Breathe into their tracks and for their pre-match performance at the recent Scotland-Wales Six Nations match at Murrayfield,…

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Frank Turner to visit Edinburgh on UK tour

Frank Turner to visit Edinburgh on UK tour

Frank Turner will return to Edinburgh later this year as part of his upcoming UK tour. The singer-songwriter will also play dates in Dublin, Belfast, Newcastle, Sheffield, Manchester, Liverpool, Southampton – and more. See full tour dates below. Turner is set to perform live at Liquid Room on Saturday, 21 April in support of his eighth studio album, Be More Kind. The album, which is due to be released in May, was inspired by the…

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T in the Park Interview: Bay City Rollers

T in the Park Interview: Bay City Rollers

This weekend, Bay City Rollers will turn T in the Park tartan when they perform together for the first time since their Christmas reunion gigs. The band will take to the stage of the King Tut’s Wah Wah Tent at the music festival on Saturday. Ahead of their performance, AAA caught up with Les McKeown, Alan Longmuir and Stuart John Wood to find out how it felt when they were invited to perform at the…

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Review, Elton John, Meadowbank Stadium

Review, Elton John, Meadowbank Stadium

Blue skies, Brexit and a back catalogue that would make even the most established recording artists green with envy ensured that Elton John fans in Edinburgh were given a Saturday night that was much, much more than alright. “There are only blue skies because you voted to remain and you’re the only sensible people in the fucking country,” announced Elton, as the sun shone brightly over Meadowbank Stadium. After provoking cheers so loud that they…

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All Saints announce first UK tour in 15 years

All Saints announce first UK tour in 15 years

It’s time to dust off your old crop tops and combat trousers – All Saints are back and about to hit the road! Following their upcoming comeback show at London’s KOKO, which sold out in only 60 seconds, the iconic nineties girlband will head out a ten date tour across the UK this October. Though the tour will be in support of their latest album, Red Flag, it will also feature all their most popular…

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