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Glasgow - or GTown as it's known amongst the urban music scene - has been dubbed by Time Magazine as "Europe's Secret Capital of Music". The UNESCO City of Music stages an average of 130 music events in the city every week generating an estimated £75m to the city's economy each year.

Glasgow's legendary music scene stretches across the spectrum from urban and hip-hop to classical and Celtic. The city has an enviable reputation for launching musicians across all genres. Its venues are varied including King Tut's Wah Wah Hut (consistently voted the top live music venue in the UK), the Barrowland, O2 Academy, the SECC, Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, City Halls and The Old Fruitmarket.