Love, My Way in a Northern Town follows Rosanna, a 17 year old brought up in a middle to high class family, Her parents made their money in the mining industry which is now beginning to decline with the rise of Thatcherism. As an English girl trying to fit into Scottish society, Rosanna struggles when she falls in love with a boy from a working class family. As they bond over their shared taste of music, they realise they’re more similar than they thought in 1980’s Glasgow.
by Kris Scott
Pupils and Teachers from Belmont Academy a secondary school situated in Ayr, South Ayrshire dance along to the Bruno Mars song ‘Uptown Funk’ in a great new video put together by the pupils themselves!
The video has now reached more than 30,000 views on YouTube!
STOP take a minute and WATCH:
Karlijn Verhagen is a YouTube singing sensation from the Netherlands.
We asked her a few questions and this is what she had to say. Have a little read:
by Steven Connelly
Freddie Mercury was born Farrokh Bulsara on Thursday September 5th 1946 on the small spice island of Zanzibar. His parents, Bomi and Jer Bulsara, were both Persian; his father was a civil servant working as a High Court cashier for the British Government, and Freddie’s sister, Kashmira, was born in 1952. In 1954, at the age of eight, Freddie was shipped to St Peter’s English boarding school in Panchgani, about fifty miles outside Bombay. Continue reading “Remembering Freddie Mercury” »
Kristopher Scott sits down with Jennifer Fletcher, the sister and PA of Lindsay Stirling, to discuss her sisters rise to fame and the future of her career.
Links to Lindsay Stirling YouTube channel can be found HERE, and dont forget to subscribe to the AnyThink youtube page for more interviews soon!
by Brodie Donohoe
On the 3rd October Vigo Thieves played The Venue Dumfries as part of their Vigo Daft tour. Support came from Cammy Black Music, a band from Annan. I am lucky enough to have seen both of these bands several times and they never disappoint.
To begin with the relaxed atmosphere of The Venue was very strange when paired with the upbeat rock music, but it wasn’t long until everyone was up on their feet jumping around and singing along! Cammy Black have great stage presence and are brilliant at interacting with the crowd. Their music is incredible- the mixture of guitar solos, bass, drums, strong vocals and even a harmonica fit together perfectly. I would definitely recommend going to see this band live if you enjoy good Scottish rock music!
Vigo Thieves are arguably one of the best Scottish bands around right now which is easily proven when you see them live. They have played festivals such as T in The Park, Wickerman and, a brand new festival of this year, Electric Fields. As well as their success with touring they have been
featured on Visit Scotland’s Homecoming 2014 advert. Vigo Thieves are an amazing live band, it’s impossible to put into words the atmosphere at one of their gigs. They have the perfect mixture of upbeat rock songs and mellow ones- along with a few saxophone and flute solos which all fit together into the genre that they call themselves- Heart & Soul.
Overall the gig was a great success and I would urge you to try and see these bands live at some point- you won’t regret it!
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