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Annie Lennox photo by Ros O'Gorman

Annie Lennox Debuts New Christmas Song ‘Dido’s Lament’

by Paul Cashmere

Annie Lennox has added a previously unreleased track to her Christmas album ’A Christmas Cornucopia’ to mark the 10th anniversary of the album’s release.

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Sean Connery and Karin Dor in You Only Live Twice

Connery, Sean Connery Dies At Aged 90

by Paul Cashmere

Sir Sean Connery, the first actor to play James Bond in film, has died at age 90.

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Ian Mitchell of Bay City Rollers

Ian Mitchell Of Bay City Rollers Dead At Age 62

by Paul Cashmere

Ian Mitchell, a one-time member of Bay City Rollers, has died at age 62.

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Biffy Clyro - Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Biffy Clyro Premiere ‘Space’ VIDEO

by Paul Cashmere

Biffy Clyro’s fourth focus track from the new ‘The Celebration of Endings’ is ‘Space’.

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Biffy Clyro A Celebration of Endings

Biffy Clyro Finally Release ‘A Celebration of Endings’ After COVID Delay

by Paul Cashmere

Scotland’s Biffy Clyro have finally released their ‘A Celebration of Endings’ album, originally due in May but delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Biffy Clyro A Celebration of Endings

Biffy Clyro Set For UK No 1 Album

by Music-News.com

Biffy Clyro lead an all-new Top 4 on today’s Official Chart Update, with the Scottish band gunning for their third UK Number 1 album.

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Biffy Clyro, Noise11, Photo Ros O'Gorman

Simon Neil of Biffy Clyro Tried To Enter Eurovision

by Music-News.com

Simon Neil of Biffy Clyro says he watches the annual Eurovision Song Contest every year and once made a bid for his side project, Marmaduke Duke, to represent the UK.

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Calvin Harris: Photo Ros O'Gorman

Calvin Harris Reveals Emergency Heart Surgery From 2014

by Music-News.com

Calvin Harris has revealed his health problems back in 2014 were so serious that he had to have his heart restarted.

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Simple Minds, Noise11, Photo

Coronavirus Splits Simple Minds Show Into Two In Denmark

by Paul Cashmere

Simple Minds have split their upcoming shows in Denmark to abide by Denmark’s new “no gathering of crowds more than 1000” rule.

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Wet Wet Wet

Wet Wet Wet To Tour Australia and New Zealand in May

by Paul Cashmere

Wet Wet Wet will introduce Australia and New Zealand to a new lead singer when they tour in May 2020.

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Chvrches Cancel Hong Kong because of Airport Turmoil

by Music-News.com

British indie rockers Chvrches are among several acts who have cancelled concerts in Hong Kong after protests closed the city’s airport.

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Annie Lennox photo by Ros O'Gorman

Annie Lennox Unveils University Portrait

by Music-News.com

Annie Lennox unveiled a portrait of her as chancellor of Glasgow Caledonia University (GCU) in Scotland on Monday.

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Craig Reid, The Proclaimers, Palais Theatre St Kilda, Sunday 17 April 2016. Photo by Ros O'Gorman http:/www.noise11.com

The Proclaimers to tour Australia in May 2019

by Noise11.com

The Proclaimers will tour Australia in May with fresh new songs from their 11th album ‘Angry Cyclist’.

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Bonnie Tyler photo by Ros O'Gorman

Bonnie Tyler covers Australia’s Brian Cadd on Beneath the Earth and the Stars

by Paul Cashmere

Bonnie Tyler has covered a song by Australian songwriting legend Brian Cadd on her upcoming album ‘Between the Earth and the Stars’.

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Billy Connolly 2014

Billy Connolly confirms he is Not Dying, Not Dead

by Paul Cashmere

Billy Connolly has posted a jovial post to tells fans in song he is “not dying, not dead, not slipping away”.

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Dean Ford of Marmalade

Dean Ford of Scottish band Marmalade dies aged 72

by Paul Cashmere

Dean Ford, the singer and songwriter for Scotland’s Marmalade, has died aged 72.

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Teenage Fanclub

Laura Imbruglia and Dallas Crane to tour with Teenage Fanclub

by Paul Cashmere

With the Teenage Fanclub Australian and New Zealand tour about to kick off in February the special guest openers have been announced.

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The Pretty Things, Phil May: Photo Ros O'Gorman

The Pretty Things and Teenage Fanclub At Noise11 iHeartRadio for 21 September 2018

by Noise11.com

In a brand new iHeartRadio Music News powered by Noise11.com Raymond McGinley of Teenage Fanclub explains why co-founder Gerard Love is leaving the band.

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Teenage Fanclub

Teenage Fanclub add Perth To Australian Tour

by Paul Cashmere

Teenage Fanclub will now also head to Perth when they return to Australia in 2019.

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Frightened Rabbit

Frightened Rabbit Plan To Continue Working Creating Scores

by Paul Cashmere

The surviving members of Frightened Rabbit say they will continue working together but instead of touring, it will all be about scores.

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Garbage

Shirley Manson Reveals Her Battle With Depression

by Music-News.com

Garbage frontwoman Shirley Manson has revealed she cut herself as a young adult to cope with depression.

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Alan Longmuir

R.I.P. Alan Longmuir of Bay City Rollers 1948-2018

by Paul Cashmere

Alan Longmuir, the bass player and a founding member of Bay City Rollers, has died at age 70.

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Biffy Clyro, Noise11, Photo Ros O'Gorman

Biffy Clyro Get The MTV Unplugged Treatment

by Paul Cashmere

Biffy Clyro is the latest band to get the MTV Unplugged treatment.

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Frightened Rabbit

R.I.P. Frightened Rabbit Singer Scott Hutchinson 1981-2018

by Music-News.com

A body found in the search for Frightened Rabbit’s Scott Hutchison has been identified as the singer-songwriter, police confirmed Friday morning.

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Calvin Harris: Photo Ros O'Gorman

Calvin Harris Is The Most Played Scottish Artist Of The 21st Century

by Paul Cashmere

Music licensing company PPL has produced a Top 15 chart of the most-played Scottish artists of the 21st century on UK radio and TV to celebrate Scotland’s contribution to the UK music industry.

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Reef

Reef To Release First Album Since 2000

by Paul Cashmere

Glastonbury’s Reef have recorded their first album in nearly two decades.

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Garbage

Shirley Manson of Garbage To Receive NME Icon Award

by Roger Wink, VVN Music

Garbage front woman Shirley Manson has been selected by Britain’s NME to receive this year’s Icon Award.

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Sharleen Spiteri of Texas

Texas To Tour Australia For The Very First Time

by Noise11.com

Scottish band Texas will tour Australia for the first time ever in December.

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Franz Ferdinand photo by Ros O'Gorman, Noise11, Photo

Franz Ferdinand Slam American Idiot Trump With ‘Demagogue’

by Music-News.com

Frank Ferdinand is the latest act to contribute to anti-Trump website 30days30songs.com with ‘Demagogue’.

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Nazareth, Photo, Noise11

Nazareth Cancel Remainder Of European Tour

by Roger Wink, VVN Music

Nazareth was forced to cancel the last four dates of their European tour last week after lead singer Linton Osborne came down with a virus of his vocal chords.

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