Can a ‘touring tsar’ fix the problems Brexit has forced on musicians? – Iona Fyfe, The National 20th July 2022

Queen Elizabeth’s jubilee is no solace to those on the breadline – Iona Fyfe, The National 4th June 2022

Spotify Unwrapped? More like Spotify stitch-up – Iona Fyfe, The National, 3rd December 2021

Musicians are often the only ones in the room paid unfairly – Iona Fyfe, The Press and Journal, 4th October 2021

The steps we can take to change the bleak scenario of misogyny in music – Iona Fyfe, The National Extra, 30th September 2021

Neil Oliver’s deluded self-involvement is shocking, let alone broadcasting it – Iona Fyfe, The Sunday National, 8th August 2021

‘Pride of Scotland’? Our Scots Leid is being ignored – Iona Fyfe, The Sunday National, 1st August 2021

Normality is still far away for our musicians who remain in limbo – Iona Fyfe, The Sunday National, 24th July 2021

Record Store Day: Why it’s more important than ever to support Scottish musicians – Iona Fyfe, The National, 16th July 2021

Oliver Dowden’s cringey vaccine playlist ignores that musicians need action – Iona Fyfe, The National, 9th June 2021

Scots language is not a ‘nationalist agenda’ – Iona Fyfe, The Herald, 5th March 2021

Westminster’s Brexit is rubbing salt in the wounds of UK musicians – Iona Fyfe, The National, 8th February 2021

Scots sangster Iona Fyfe’s lockdoun diary – Iona Fyfe, Mak Forrit, 6th April 2020