Hamish The Scottish Terrier poses for Unesco City Of Music,Glasgow at The Royal Concert Hall and The Theatre Royal.COMMISSIONED by Glasgow UNESCO City Of Music, forthcoming book ‘Dear Green Sounds’ will profile several of the city’s most prominent music venues.

With Glasgow often heralded as one of the world’s musical capitals and with an audience regarded as one of the best in the world, the hardback book will span 350 pages and contain a plethora of illustrations, photographs and text from a number of contributors.

Depicting venues which are renowned for both contemporary and orchestral music, the in- depth analysis of the city’s musical landscape features a myriad of its finest journalists and writers.

Set to be available from the 5th April 2015 via Amazon, the comprehensive list of contributors and their chosen venues is listed below:

  • The Piping Centre and The College of Piping – John Purser
  • Glasgow Pavilion – Ewan McVicar (including reference to The Scotia and the Alhambra, and the Empire)
  • The Grand Ole Opry – Martin Cloonan
  • Mono – Neil Cooper
  • Glasgow Royal Concert Hall – Tom Service
  • King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut – Vic Galloway
  • The Apollo – Graeme Virtue
  • Glasgow Cathedral – Before the Reformation  – Elaine Moohan  and After              Reformation – Gordon Munro
  • BBC Scotland – John Purser
  • Barrowland Ballroom – Graeme Virtue
  • City Halls – Tom Service
  • Empire Theatre – Alison Kerr
  • Sub Club – Malcolm Jack
  • The St Andrew’s Halls – Hugh Macdonald
  • The SECC (Big Red Shed) – Martin Cloonan
  • The Old Scotia Bar – Ewan McVicar
  • Rottenrow – Ewan McVicar
  • Postcard Records – Vic Galloway
  • Theatre Royal – Conrad Wilson
  • Royal Conservatoire – Keith Bruce