Queen set to host Trump


Evening Times - - NEWS - BY CARLA JENKINS

PRES­I­DENT Don­ald Trump is to re­turn to Buck­ing­ham Palace when the Queen hosts a re­cep­tion for Nato lead­ers.

The Queen will wel­come the world lead­ers for the re­cep­tion next Tues­day, which is part of events mark­ing 70 years of the al­liance.

Prince An­drew, who is fac­ing a back­lash fol­low­ing his BBC News­night in­ter­view about con­victed sex of­fender Jef­frey Ep­stein, has not been named as at­tend­ing.

YOUTUBE and the Scot­tish Mu­sic In­dus­try As­so­ci­a­tion joined forces to host an ed­u­ca­tional mu­sic event in Saint Luke’s on Mon­day night, with per­for­mances from Nina Nes­bit and Free Love.

Nina, who is from Livingston, spoke to more than 120 peo­ple from Glas­gow’s thriv­ing mu­sic scene, in­clud­ing 70 stu­dents from Glas­gow’s Acad­emy of Mu­sic and Sound about how us­ing YouTube helped to bol­ster her ca­reer in mu­sic.

“I started my YouTube chan­nel when I was 15, and I think it made a mas­sive dif­fer­ence to start­ing off my ca­reer,” Nina told the Evening Times ex­clu­sively.

“I started off just up­load­ing cov­ers of songs to my chan­nel, but also found other mu­si­cians to lis­ten to. My­self and mu­si­cians like Gabrielle Aplin, Lewis Wat­son and Orla Gartland are just a few that I used to lis­ten to who all started in the same way, and I

Nina played a mix of old and new tracks to the crowd in Saint Luke’s

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