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A ROCK legend is set to make a quick-fire return to the Big County next week.Read
FORMER Rolling Stones star Mick Taylor says he’s put his health problems aside.Read
It was a fine Festival of the Arts hat-trick for Jools Holland at a packed Perth Concert Hall.Read
One of Perth’s past live metal favourites are making a surprise return.Read
T in the Park’s line-up has been boosted by more star names, writes ANDREW WELSH.Read
A new resident DJ will be looking to make his mark at a Perth venue this weekend.Read
This week promises ‘tribute-tastic’ gigs at a Big County venue.Read
Big County residents are being invited to a fun sports taster weekend.Read
Rock legend Ian Hunter stripped back his classic sound to brilliant effect for his Big County double bill.Read
Grass-cutting changes being implemented by Perth and Kinross Council again came under fire yesterday.Read
Global adventurer Mark Beaumont is preparing to set off on his latest challenge -although this time it’s a bit closer to home.Read
A host of leading hip-hop talents have joined this year’s T in the Park bill.Read
Former Alarm guitarist Dave Sharp returns to Perth this weekend.Read
A Kinross-shire bed and breakfast is toasting success thanks to home-made marmalade.Read
Three leading lights of the acclaimed Fence Collective are to play a Perthshire venue this week.Read
Rap superstar Snoop Dogg is the latest big name to join the T in the Park line-up.Read
Perth-based troubadour Athole Fleming is gigging on home turf this weekend.Read
Unsigned bands are being offered the chance to play at T in the Park.Read
Rockers from the Big County are up for recognition at this year’s Scottish Alternative Music Awards, writes ANDREW WELSH.Read
A big tribute show at Perth Concert Hall has been cancelled.Read
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