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Lisa-Marie Ferla

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Lis Ferla is a hyperbolic, Springsteen-loving feminist buzzkill, who has been blogging for longer than you. She’s the new music columnist for The Scots Magazine; regularly has opinions about Taylor Swift for money for print, TV and radio; and has recently expanded her informal role as the internet’s big sister into a culture and advice podcast, From Your Big Sister. Find her online at lastyearsgirl.pixlet.net (@lastyearsgirl_)

Articles By Lisa-Marie Ferla

Foo Fighters, Bellahouston Park, Glasgow - communal singalongs and career highlights

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The Hold Steady - Thrashing Thru the Passion

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CD: The Regrettes - How Do You Love?

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The National, Kelvingrove Bandstand, Glasgow review - rapture, catharsis and jokes

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CD: Karine Polwart - Karine Polwart's Scottish Songbook

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CD: Violent Femmes - Hotel Last Resort

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Gossip, SWG3, Glasgow - a reunion tour worth celebrating

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Frank Turner, King Tut's Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow review - songs about love, friendship and putting the world to rights

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Carrie Underwood, SSE Hydro, Glasgow review - country cliches brought to life

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CD: Ingrid Michaelson - Stranger Songs

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CD: Bedouine - Bird Songs of a Killjoy

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Backstreet Boys, SSE Hydro, Glasgow review - 90s boyband showcase grown-up new material

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Emmy the Great, King Tut's Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow review - emotions recollected

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Manic Street Preachers, Usher Hall, Edinburgh review - 20th anniversary tour lets underrated songs shine

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CD: Honeyblood - In Plain Sight

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CD: Lizzo - Cuz I Love You

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