Brit Awards 2018: Full list of winners

Brit Awards 2018: Full list of winners

The 2018 Brit Awards took place night at the O2 Arena in London last night. Granted, it won’t go down as one of the more controversial BRITs in recent memory, but there were still a few headline-making moments, such as south London grime star Stomzy blistering criticism of the Prime Minister’s handling of the Grenfell Tower fire. “Yo, Theresa May, where’s that money for Grenfell?” he rapped. “What, you thought we just forgot about Grenfell?”…

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Tom Jones, Rag’n’Bone Man, Paloma Faith and Kasabian to play Edinburgh Summer Sessions

Tom Jones, Rag’n’Bone Man, Paloma Faith and Kasabian to play Edinburgh Summer Sessions

Tom Jones, Rag’n’Bone Man, Paloma Faith and Kasabian are the first headliners to announced for the Edinburgh Summer Sessions – with even more to be announced soon. Taking place during Edinburgh’s world famous Fringe festival, this exciting new era in the Capital’s music scene will bring these world-class acts to Princes Street Gardens, for a series of truly magical shows, in one of the most beautiful live music locations in the world. These four outstanding artists are…

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Storm Dylan fails to halt Edinburgh’s Hogmanay celebrations

Storm Dylan fails to halt Edinburgh’s Hogmanay celebrations

They may have been blowin’ in the wind, but 80,000 merry revellers didn’t allow storm Dylan to ruin the party as Nina Nesbitt, Declan McKenna and Rag’n’Bone Man played to a packed Princes Street Gardens last night to welcome in 2018. Storm Dylan huffed and puffed but, ultimately, couldn’t stop Edinburgh’s world famous Hogmanay celebrations from going off with a bang – even after 80mph gusts had forced the closure of ­Edinburgh Zoo, the Castle and the city’s Christmas…

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Rag’n’Bone Man to headline Edinburgh’s Hogmanay

Rag’n’Bone Man to headline Edinburgh’s Hogmanay

BRIT Award-winner Rag’n’Bone Man, whose debut album Human shot to No.1 in the UK in February this year, is to headline Edinburgh’s Hogmanay. Rag’n’Bone Man – real name Rory Graham – said: “Excited to be breaking the New Year in with the Scots at Edinburgh’s Hogmanay, what a sick event for a debut show.” His album, Human, has become the decade’s fastest-selling debut album by a British male. About 10,000 tickets to Edinburgh’s Hogmanay Concert…

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TRNSMT festival to become a permanent fixture

TRNSMT festival to become a permanent fixture

TRNSMT boss Geoff Ellis has said that Scotland’s newest festival, which kicks off tomorrow at Glasgow Green, will become a permanent fixture. Ellis, CEO of DF Concerts who run TRNSMT and T in the Park, said TRNSMT was ‘never a replacement’ for the long-running Scottish festival and both can ‘coexist’ if the Strathallan event returns. He said: “It absolutely definitely is coming back next year. That was always the intention of TRNSMT – to be…

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TRNSMT: Belle and Sebastian can’t wait to open for “amazing” Radiohead

TRNSMT: Belle and Sebastian can’t wait to open for “amazing” Radiohead

Scottish indie darlings Belle and Sebastian will warm up the crowd Radiohead at TRNSMT tomorrow (July 7) – 20 years after they bottled out of supporting the mighty Oxford outfit. The Bellshill band were first invited to support Thom Yorke and co in 1997, but didn’t feel ready to go out on such a big arena tour. Tomorrow, the Belles will finally support their heroes when Scotland’s newest festival kicks off at Glasgow Green –…

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BRIT Awards 2017: Full list of winners

BRIT Awards 2017: Full list of winners

The 2017 Brit Awards took place night at the O2 Arena in London last night (Feb 23). Granted, it won’t go down as one of the more controversial BRITs in recent memory, but there were still a few headline-making moments, such as Katy Perry’s  politically-charged performance in which she took aim at Theresa May and Donald Trump’s relationship. As for the gongs, there were no major surprises on the night, with David Bowie posthumously awarded Album…

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