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0 Matt Armour Star Folk Club, Calton Place. 8pm. £1. Singer and songwriter from Fife, whose compositions, in the traditional idiom, are firmly established in the repertoire of many of Scotland’s folk singers.
0 Bed heck Mother Tolbooth Bar, Glasgow Cross. Evening.
0 Busiteteers Wintersgills, Great Western Road. Evening. Packed back room to hear streetwise entertainers.
0 Salt ’n’ Sauce Piries Hotel. Coates Crescent, Haymarket. Evening. Songs, tunes and crack.
0 Jim Knight Royal Oak, Infirmary Street. Evening. Singing till 2am.
o Shetland Fiddle Society West End Hotel, Palmerston Place. Evening.
Please note that evening sessions begin at approx 8.30pm unless otherwise stated.
0 Glasgow Rhythm Club Berkeley Street. 7.45pm. Listen to jazz on records, and informal discussion and chat on the different forms, from Ragtime through Be Bop to the present day.
0 Bobby Wishart Group Queen‘s Hall, Clerk Street. 10pm. £3 (£2 members). Presented by Platform Jazz. Saxes and flute used to great effect in energetic and imaginative post-bop. Huge talent and always rewarding.
SATURDAY 26 Glasgow
0 George McGowan Orchestra Daniel Brown‘s, St Vincent Street. 1.30-4.30pm. Big Band nostalgia and imaginative settings.
0 Bill Fanning Big Band Shadows. Bath Street, 332 0532. Swing music. Lunchtime and all afternoon, 30’s and 40’s style.
0 Gumbernauld Theatre Lunchtime. Tom McGrath and others. Writer/pianist holds court, popular sessron.
0 Bobby Wishart Ouintet Society of Musicians. Berkeley Street. Lunchtime. Hard driving saxophone.
0 George Penman Jazzman The Midas, St. Vincent Street. Lunchtime. Solid, long-lived trad band. .
0 Jimmy Feighan Quintet with Shelagh Buchanan Lorne Hotel, Sauchiehall Street. Lunchtime. Leading on sax
and vibes, mainstream music from long established players.
0 Delta Devils Blues Band Gladstones Pub, High Street. Evening. Boogie and Swing songs and guitar.
0 Alex Shaw Trio Platform One, Rutland Street. Lunchtime. Piano-based. Musicians sitting in.
0 Mike Hart’s Selection Basin Street, Haymarket. Evening. Small traditional jazz band.
0 Tam White and the Oexters Platform One, Rutland Street. Evening. Soul/Jazz with brass and powerhouse vocals.
SUNDAY 27 Glasgow
0 Kit Carey’s Jazz Band Duke of Tourainne, Ingram Street. Evening. 0 Bourbon Jazz Band Beacon Hotel, Park Terrace. Lunchtime. Dixieland band.
0 Biclti Fernandez and Friends The Tron Bar, Tron Theatre, Parnie Street. Lunchtime.
0 T-Zone Nico’s, Sauchiehall Street. 332 5736. Lunchtime. Alternate weeks. Modern, post-Bop.
0 Fionna Duncan and Her Fellas plus Support Learmonth Hotel, Learmonth Terrace. 1pm. £1.50. Robin Hall’s favourite singer, polished and brassy.
0 Melanie O”Beilly and Francis Cowan Windsor Buffet, Elm Row, Leith Walk, Evening. Mainstream vocals/guitar.
0 Capital Jazz Band Crest Hotel, Queensferry Road. Lunchtime. Trad jazz band.
0 Tam White and the Oexters Preservation Hall, Victoria Street, 226 3816. Evenings. Soul/Rock band with brass.
o Basin Street Stampers Basin Street, Haymarket Terrace. Evening. Trad and New Orleans venue.
0 Delta Devils Maxies Bistro, West Nicolson Street, 667 0845. Evenings. Blues and Boogie while you eat or drink.
0 Dave Newton Trio Royal British Hotel, Princes Street. Evening. Brilliant keyboard jazz.
0 Iain Mcliaitie Trio Kelvin Park Lorne Hotel, Sauchiehall Street, 334 4891. Evening. Jazz on the guitar. The West End jazz scene on a Monday.
0 Western Australia Youth Jazz Orchestra and Midlands Youth Jazz Orchestra. See Commonwealth Arts Festival.
0 Swing ’86 Malt Shovel, Cockburn Street, 225 6843. Evening. Hot club guitars. Peripatetic sax and clarinet. 0 East CoastJazz Band Blue Lagoon, Angle Park Terrace. Evening. Straight early tunes and arrangements.
0 Basin Street Stompers Basin Street Bar, Haymarket Terrace. Evening. Early Dixieland, in riverboat style bar.
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0 Delta Devils. Shore Bar, Leith. Evening. Piano boogie, guitar and vocals. Saloon Bar music.
TUESDAY 29 Glasgow '
o Batchelors oi Jazz Saints and Sinners, St Vincent Street. 8.30pm—midnight. High quality trad, : occasionally Fionna Duncan’s vocals, sometimes jazz harmonica.
0 Bobby Wishart Ouartet Halt Bar, Woodlands Road. Evening. Sax lead on electric band. Bobby blows up a storm on ﬂute and all the saxes, with electric keyboards, bass and drums. Inspirational.
0 Swing '86 Malt Shovel, Cockburn Street, 225 6843. Evening. Hot club sound clarinet, sax, guitars and bass and spectacles.
0 Melanie O"lieilly and Francis Bowen ; Shore Bar, Leith. Evening.
0 west End Jazz Band Basin Street, Haymarket. Evening. Solid trad band in Edinburgh’s main venue for i the early form of jazz.
WE D N ES DAY 30 Glasgow 0 Sandy Taylor/Alex Moore Duo plus 1 Friends Glasgow Society of Musicians, Berkeley Street, 221 6112. 8.30pm.
0 John Burgess Ouintet Gladstones, ‘ Royal Mile. 8pm. Good Be-Bop, j newish venue.
0 Charlie Mciisir’s Band Preservation
Hall, Victoria Street, 226 3816. Evening. Trad/swing band.
0 Louisiana Ragtime Band Basin
Street, Haymarket Terrace.
Evening. Dixieland music. !
THURSDAY 31 : Glasgow O Pistiorm Jazz Club Sloan’s Bar,
- Argyle Arcade,Argyle Street.8pm.
£1.50. Tonight a younger band from Ayrshire with a mix of Latin and
! funk. With Tony Gorman on sax and
Sarah Frater on vocals among the talent.
0 Bootsy Tootsy Blues Band Halt Bar. Woodlands Road. Evenings. R & B.
0 Delta Devils Blues Band Gladstones Pub, High Street. Evening. Piano guitar and some fiddle in the songs. 0 Vlmioo Stompers Glenelg Hotel,
; Leamington Terrace. Evening.
More like Korma. O Spirits oi Rhythm Basin Street, Haymarket Terrace. Evening.
; Edinburgh’s main trad jazz venue. i Groups every night.
0 west End Jazz Band Ailsa Craig Hotel. Evening. Mainly mainstream standards.
0 Jan on Becord Glasgow Rhythm ; Club, Berkeley Street, 7.45 pm. 5 Come and listen, informal talks on
all aspects of the music, the players !
and the instruments.
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