Back in the early 70s, a buttery-voiced soul star with a penchant for old showbiz grandeur emerged and quickly stole the hearts of millions of youngsters worldwide.
Twelve schoolchildren from Edinburgh are gearing up to perform alongside one of the world’s biggest pop stars.
“As far as popstars go, Paloma Faith is in a league of her own”
Named after the legendary St Vincent Street music venue that supported the careers of some of the music industry’s biggest names at the very start of their careers (including T in the Park veterans Oasis, and Biffy Clyro), the King Tut’s Wah Wah Tent aims to showcase the stars of tomorrow.
The Radio 1 Stage is T in the Park’s second largest and can be counted on to be the place where you’re guaranteed to find the coolest acts on the scene performing.
To help you decide who’s worth leaving your tent for, we’ve picked out our top five Radio 1 Stage acts…
Brandon Flowers is set to embark on a short tour of the UK in May. Read more about Brandon Flowers set to embark on solo UK tour …
Scots superstar Paolo Nutini is set to perform in front of more than 35,000 fans at a homecoming gig this summer.
International superstar Calvin Harris has been announced as the first act to headline Glasgow’s Summer Sessions 2015.
The line-up for T in the Park 2015 has been revealed – and it has the makings of being yet another legendary summer festival!
With a solid career in rock that spans nearly two decades, Feeder must have a difficult time narrowing down their set list. That’s probably the reason, at least in part, that they have opted to tour under their pseudo name of Renegades lately. Doing this allowed them the freedom to return to their roots and experiment musically in small venues, without the pressure of the crowd expecting them to play a festival-like countdown of their greatest hits. It was a great idea, and one that has worked wonderfully for the band. However, last night they are played a sold-out show at the large o2 Academy in Glasgow and were billed as Feeder. Read more about Feeder Review – O2 Academy, Glasgow …
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