The list of nominees for BBC Scotland's 'Introducing' program has been revealed.

Tonight, BBC Scotland Introducing revealed the 8 finalists for their 2021 competition. Scottish Field was the first to announce the list of contestants.

March 17th 2023.

The list of nominees for BBC Scotland's 'Introducing' program has been revealed.
BBC Scotland Introducing declared the eight finalists tonight for this year's competition.

The tournament shines a spotlight on upcoming musical talent from all corners of our nation.

This year's list of contenders was revealed this evening on BBC iPlayer: Aiitee; VLURE; Russell Stewart; Terra Kin; The Big Day; LOVE SICK; Chef; and The Queen of Harps.

Tonight's program on iPlayer showcased a performance from each act, with the show also scheduled to air at 11pm on Monday on the BBC Scotland television channel.

A public vote is now accessible to decide which four acts will compete in front of a live audience at the final on 29 March.

The program was hosted by Phoebe I-H and Shereen Cutkelvin.

"We're ready to

spotlight some of Scotland's upcoming talent," said Cutkelvin.

"It's great to give music lovers the ability to watch these performers before casting their vote."

I-H added: "Last year's victor, Bemz, had an enormously successful year after taking the award home, so I can't wait to see what 2023's champion does with this platform.”

The judges for this year's competition are: Gemma Bradley and Arielle Free from BBC Radio 1; renowned singer and songwriter KT Tunstall; Sam McTrusty from Twin Atlantic; and Jack Cochrane from The Snuts.

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Plus, don't miss author Alexander McCall Smith's column in the April issue of Scottish Field magazine.

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