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20100414Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland with live sessions, new releases and interviews with musicians of the moment.
Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland.
20100505Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland with live sessions, new releases and interviews with musicians of the moment.
Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland.
20100519Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland with live sessions, new releases and interviews with musicians of the moment.
Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland.
20100526Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland with live sessions, new releases and interviews with musicians of the moment.
Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland.
201006021980s pop icon Tracey Thorn joins Bruce Macgregor to discuss music making, motherhood and how she's written for the 40-something generation in her new album Love and its Opposite.
1980s pop icon Tracey Thorn joins Bruce Macgregor to talk about her new album.
20100721With The Big Tent Festival in Fife coming up in an exclusive interview Roseanne Cash talks about her on going passion for Scotland and why the discovery that Clan Cash has its roots in deepest Fife makes it feel like a journey home.
She also talks about 'The List', her latest album which was born of quite literally a list of songs handed down to her by her legendary father, Johnny.
Also on the programme Karine Polwart discussing her new Radio Scotland series 'Karine Polwart - The Studio One Sessions' which gets under way on Thursday 22nd with Emily Smith & Jamie McLennan.
You can hear a terrific preview track from the series on this week's Cafe.
With Now That's What I Call Music launching its 76th edition this month Olaf Furniss considers the compilation album's contribution to popular music.
Plus we've woman who's been described as 'The British Edith Piaf' - the marvellous Barb Jungr drops by to preview her Edinburgh Festival show 'The Men I Love' and talk about her highly celebrated approach to song interpretation.
Roseanne Cash, Barb Jungr and Karine Polwart join Bruce MacGregor for music and chat.
20100825Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland with live sessions, new releases and interviews with musicians of the moment.
Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland.
20100915Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland with live sessions, new releases and interviews with musicians of the moment.
Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland.
20100922Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland with live sessions, new releases and interviews with musicians of the moment.
Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland.
Music Café, The [Radio Scotland]20100922

Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland with live sessions, new releases and interviews with musicians of the moment.

Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland.
20100929Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland with live sessions, new releases and interviews with musicians of the moment.
Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland.
20101006Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland with live sessions, new releases and interviews with musicians of the moment.
Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland.
20101013Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland with live sessions, new releases and interviews with musicians of the moment.
Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland.
20101027Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland with live sessions, new releases and interviews with musicians of the moment.
Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland.
20101124
Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland with live sessions, new releases and interviews with musicians of the moment.
Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland.
20101201
Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland with live sessions, new releases and interviews with musicians of the moment.
Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland.
20101215
Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland with live sessions, new releases and interviews with musicians of the moment.
Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland.
20101222
Singer-songwriter Rachel Sermanni plays a live session and talks about her rise to prominence in the last 12 months.
What makes a good Christmas song - a catchy tune, a festive theme or reaching the No 1 spot at Christmas?
Dean Owens talks about his Christmas release (Snowglobe), a bittersweet song which conveys a sense of struggling to cope during the festive season...
but which ultimately has a hopefully spirit about it.
Dean explains why he hopes it will raise awareness of the mental health issues faced by many at this time of year.
Rachel Sermanni plays a live session and talks about her rise to prominence.
20101229
Mary Chapin Carpenter, Tracey Thorne and Judy Tzuke talk to Bruce MacGregor about relaunching their careers, all for very different reasons.
Five-times Grammy award-winner Mary Chapin Carpenter had to put her career on hold three years ago when she suffered a debilitating illness.
She reveals how she took inspiration from that experience and put it into her latest album, The Age Of Miracles.
Tracey Thorne - perhaps best known for being part of the hugely successful Everything But The Girl - talks about returning to recording and performing after taking time out to have children and how she she's started to take inspriation from previously untouched, everyday subjects like divorce and menopause, as featured in her new album Love And Its Opposite.
Singer-songerwriter Judy Tzuke, who has been at the forefront of the music world since the 70s, talks about how, after a 3-year absence, she was persuaded to get back on stage for her Moon On A Mirrorball tour.
She also reveals how she manages to overcome stage-fright and why her fans often help her with the occasional mental block over lyrics.
Mary Chapin Carpenter, Tracey Thorne and Judy Tzuke talk about relaunching their careers.
20110105
Greentrax recordings is one of the most significant record labels in music today.
Started as a retirement project by Ian Green from his home near Edinburgh, to date they have released over 450 albums and continue to push all aspects of traditional music.
Greentrax has been the launch pad for what today are household names, Shooglenifty, Salsa Celtica, Dick Gaughan and Eric Bogle to name just a few.
Ahead of Celtic Connections Ian Green joins Bruce to talk about his 25 years at the helm of Greentrax and considers the impact one man has on the traditional music scene.
Feis Rois have just appointed their first ambassador.
Already appointed an ambassador for Gaelic by the Scottish Government, Julie Fowlis is to become the face of the Feis in its Silver Jubilee year.
She Joins Bruce to talk about her role and look ahead to a very special concert for Feis Rois at this years Celtic Connections festival.
A new project in Edinburgh led by Dyslexia Scotland is helping young musicians in the capital overcome their literacy problems through music.
Like Beethoven, Mozart and John Lennon before them music helps dyslexia suffers express themselves creatively where at times words have failed.
Bob Dickson speaks Scottish rapper Arnaud Touanga about how his music helps him overcome his dyslexia.
Ian Green, Julie Fowlis and how music can help people with dyslexia.
20110112
Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland with live sessions, new releases and interviews with musicians of the moment.
Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland.
20110119
Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland with live sessions, new releases and interviews with musicians of the moment.
Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland.
20110126
Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland with live sessions, new releases and interviews with musicians of the moment.
Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland.
20110202Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland with live sessions, new releases and interviews with musicians of the moment.
Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland.
20110209
Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland with live sessions, new releases and interviews with musicians of the moment.
Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland.
20110216
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Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland with live sessions, new releases and interviews with musicians of the moment.
Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland.
20110309
A preview of the Scottish bands heading to the South By Southwest Festival plus what is actually in it for Scottish bands? What do they gain from either spending a fortune to get to Austin or being sponsored to go there? And is there a danger they risk being lost in the great mass of bands and musicians from around the world?
Mumford and Sons, Franz Ferdinand, Glasvegas, Newton Faulkner, KT Tunstall and The Proclaimers are just a few of the bands who road tested their new material on audiences in the Highlands & Islands.
Are Highland audiences being sold short by bands using them as guinea pigs or is it an exclusive opportunity for them to hear the new stuff first?
Maggie Reilly and Sally Clay join Bruce to talk about Glasgow's Limelight Music Festival which aims to raise the profile of disabled artists in the mainstream music and theatre industries by giving them a stage to perform on.
Scots at South by Southeest, Mumford and Sons and Maggie Reilly.
29/12/201020110316Mary Chapin Carpenter, Tracey Thorne and Judy Tzuke talk to Bruce MacGregor about relaunching their careers, all for very different reasons.
Five-times Grammy award-winner Mary Chapin Carpenter had to put her career on hold three years ago when she suffered a debilitating illness.
She reveals how she took inspiration from that experience and put it into her latest album, The Age Of Miracles.
Tracey Thorne - perhaps best known for being part of the hugely successful Everything But The Girl - talks about returning to recording and performing after taking time out to have children and how she she's started to take inspriation from previously untouched, everyday subjects like divorce and menopause, as featured in her new album Love And Its Opposite.
Singer-songerwriter Judy Tzuke, who has been at the forefront of the music world since the 70s, talks about how, after a 3-year absence, she was persuaded to get back on stage for her Moon On A Mirrorball tour.
She also reveals how she manages to overcome stage-fright and why her fans often help her with the occasional mental block over lyrics.
Mary Chapin Carpenter, Tracey Thorne and Judy Tzuke talk about relaunching their careers.
20110323
Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland with live sessions, new releases and interviews with musicians of the moment.
Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland.
20110330
Terrific interviews from Tommy Emmanuel, Imelda May, Martin Fry and Glenn Gregory plus live sessions from Newton Faulkner and the Bevvy Sisters.
Bruce MacGregor brings the Music Cafe series to a close with a look at some highlights from the past year.
Tommy Emmanuel, Imelda May and Newton Faulkner feature in Bruce MacGregor's highlights.
20110406
Mary Chapin Carpenter, Tracey Thorne and Judy Tzuke talk to Bruce MacGregor about relaunching their careers, all for very different reasons.
Five-times Grammy award-winner Mary Chapin Carpenter had to put her career on hold three years ago when she suffered a debilitating illness.
She reveals how she took inspiration from that experience and put it into her latest album, The Age Of Miracles.
Tracey Thorne - perhaps best known for being part of the hugely successful Everything But The Girl - talks about returning to recording and performing after taking time out to have children and how she she's started to take inspriation from previously untouched, everyday subjects like divorce and menopause, as featured in her new album Love And Its Opposite.
Singer-songerwriter Judy Tzuke, who has been at the forefront of the music world since the 70s, talks about how, after a 3-year absence, she was persuaded to get back on stage for her Moon On A Mirrorball tour.
She also reveals how she manages to overcome stage-fright and why her fans often help her with the occasional mental block over lyrics.
Mary Chapin Carpenter, Tracey Thorne and Judy Tzuke talk about relaunching their careers.
20110413Chrissie Hynde & JP Jones talk about how their professional admiration for each other led to a very personal album.
Billy Bragg - the bard of Barking - talks to Bruce about how and why he's still protesting after all these years and about what inspires and engages him to write outside of the protest song.
Plus Paul Whittaker MBE discusses about the remarkable art of signing music for the deaf.
A truly colourful collection of interview highlights from the past year on the Music Café.
20110420Live Sessions from Newton Faulkner, Martin Taylor, Rachel Sermanni, The Shee, Dean Owens and many more.
Bruce MacGregor highlights some of the best live sessions from The Music Cafe.
Bruce MacGregor highlights the best live sessions from The Music Cafe.
20110427Paul Weller, Imelda May and Tommy Emmanuel are among the cracking guests joining Bruce MacGregor in this look back at some of the best interviews from the past year.
Together with sessions from the Bevvy Sisters and Newton Faulkner Bruce brings the Music Cafe run to a close in style celebrating some amazing names and amazing music!
Bruce MacGregor looks back at some of the best interviews from the past year.
29/12/2010
Music Café, The [Radio Scotland]Stephen Duffy Sits In

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