Music fans of a certain age can revel in a bit of nostalgia
in the company of two of the Scottish music scene’s (ahem) elder statesmen.

Former A&R man and music consultant Ronnie Gurr is behind REWIND, described as a “unique collection celebrating and recalling the Scottish Music Scene” between 1970 and the 1990s.

The archive contains rare demo tapes, radio broadcasts, live performances and photographs from that era, which is on loan to the Scottish Music Centre, which is based in Glasgow’s Candleriggs.

And the exhibition is launched as Ronnie Gurr – also the author of a new series of photobooks featuring the likes of Simple Minds and Skids – is joined for an ‘in conversation’ event with radio broadcaster Billy Sloan, at the SMC, on November 30.

The pair will reminisce and swap anecdotes based around the collection from 18:00. There’s a free dram on arrival, and entry to the ticketed event is by DONATION (towards Scottish Music Centre’s archive digitisation programme) with a suggested minimum fee of £2.50.