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BBC Scotland: Music spree at Pacific Quay!

Roll up for BBC Radio Scotland concerts live from new broadcasting centre


The foyer of BBC Scotland's new headquarters at Pacific Quay in Glasgow is to be the venue for a great new series of music gigs.


Between 10 and 14 September, each of the station's evening music shows will host a live concert in the new, state-of- the-art building which officially opens in September.


Admission is free – but you need a ticket to get in. Call 08704 111 810 or click on the link at for an exciting line-up of live music which includes:


  • Monday 10 September: Vic Galloway will present Emma Pollock and The Royal Wee.

  • Tuesday 11 September: Mary Ann Kennedy introduces Rise and Doug, Junction Pool and Jo Mango for the Global Gathering.

  • Wednesday 12 September: Stephen Duffy presents Martin Taylor and Alison Burns, plus Radio Scotland Young Jazz Musician of the Year, Alan Benzie. Live from the Jazz House.

  • Thursday 13 September: Archie Fisher hosts Catriona McKay, the Lori Watson Three and the Rory Campbell Trio. All live for Travelling Folk.

  • Friday 14 September: Ricky Ross welcomes Beth Nielsen Chapman and Benny Gallagher to Ricky's American Tunes.


Every night, the Iain Anderson Show will be live in the foyer from 10.30pm to 12.30am.


The line-up includes: Donald Shaw, Karen Matheson and Kris Drever (Monday); Endrick Brothers and Kirsty McGee (Tuesday); David Ferrard, The Nimmo Brothers and Fraser Speirs (Wednesday); Roddy Hart and Julie Fowlis (Thursday); String Driven Thing and Mick Hanly (Friday).


To get free tickets for any of the above concerts, call: 08704 111 810 or click on the link at






Category: Scotland
Date: 03.09.2007
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