Celeb interview: Becky Hill on her debut album, getting personal and discovering her identity

Singer-songwriter Becky Hill has been making waves in the music industry since she appeared on season one of The Voice UK in 2012. Fast forward eight years and Becky has found her sound ready to release her debut solo album.

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Sound the alarm: you could win tickets to TRNSMT 2020

From 4pm tomorrow (26 November) fans will have the chance to discover the lineup for TRNSMT 2020 and could even get their hands on free tickets.

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The Americans hit Glasgow

Originally from Los Angeles, The Americans are an old school rock n’ roll band with a distinctly contemporary feel.

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Gig Etiquette

We’ve got an excellent selection of live music coming up this week. Green Day are gearing up to play what is sure to be a memorable set tomorrow (4 July) at Bellahouston Park before the inaugural TRNSMT festival starts on Friday night (7 July). Some of the biggest acts in the world will be coming to Glasgow from Radiohead to Kasabian, Biffy Clyro to Rag ‘n’ Bone Man, and honestly we can’t wait. But when it comes to live music it’s important to follow the unspoken rules of gig etiquette to make sure that you, your mates and fellow gig-goers…

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LIVE REVIEW: The Stone Roses @ Hampden, Glasgow

Manchester’s favourite sons The Stone Roses graced the Hampden stage on Saturday (24 June) in a triumph of classic anthems in what is speculated to be their last hurrah. 🎶 Primal Scream Glasgow indie rockers Primal Scream were the main support act for the night. As the crowd eagerly awaited the classics of Movin’ On Up and Country Girl, it would appear singer Bobby Gillespie and co have lost their touch. With no real crowd interaction and a less than polished performance, the band left the stage without making a big impression on the Hampden crowd – but this didn’t…

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