Lunchtime. Trad Band.
0 Mary Kiani Baby Grand, Elmbank Gardens. Evening. Piano bar.
0 Shelagh Buchanan Duo Glasgow Society of Musicians, Berkeley Street. 3—5.30pm.
0 Toto's Jazz Band Preservation Hall, Victoria Street. 2—4pm. Trad and swing.
O Alec Shaw Trio Platform 1, Rutland Street. Lunchtime.
0 Basin Street Haymarket. Evening. Trad, Dixieland and New Orleans. Usually Mike Hart’s Jazz Band.
0 Martin Leys Quartet Top 0‘ the Town, Royal Mile. Evening.
0 Festival City Jazz Band Clarendon Hotel, Grosvenor Street. Evening. 0 Tam White and the Dexters Platform 1, Rutland Street. Evening. Brassy soul band and vocalist.
SUNDAY 15 Glasgow
0 Dave Wilson And The Uptown Shulilers Bonhams Wine Bar, Byres Road. Lunchtime. Trad and Dixieland in the West End.
0 Jazz Cocktail Tolbooth Bar, Glasgow Cross. Evening.
0 Kit Carey's Jazz Band Duke of Tourainne. Ingram Street, 552 0140. Evening.
0 Ricki Fernandez and Friends The Tron Bar, Tron Theatre, Parnie Street, 552 4267. Lunchtime.
0 The Jazz Co The Green Tree, Cowgate. Evening.
0 Mike Hart’s Society Syncopators. Learmonth Hotel, Learmonth Terrace. 12.30—3pm. Legends in their own lunchtime.
0 Celsius Bannerman's Bar, Cowgate. Evening. Improvising with clarinet, guitar and bass.
0 Tam White and the Dexters Preservation Hall, Victoria Street, 2263816. Evening. Brass and rock/soul bands.
0 Basin Street Stampers Basin Street, Haymarket Terrace. Evening. Trad. 0 Ronnie Rae Trio Platform 1. Rutland Street. Evening.
0 Fiona Duncan Trio L‘Attache. Rutland Street. Evening. Classic songs.
0 Alexander’s Big Band Grosvenor Hotel. Evening. £2. Music to dance to. Relive the War years.
0 Shelagh Buchanan Duo Duke of Tourraine, Ingram Street. Evening. One of Glasgow‘s great vocalists.
0 Jim Petrie Jazz Band Starbank Inn. Newhaven. Old-fashioned jazz in appealing little seaside pub. Evening.
0 Sophie Bancroft Trio Malt Shovel, Cockburn Street. Evening. Mainstream singer.
0 East CoastJan Band Blue Lagoon, Angle Park Terrace. 331 9922. Evening. Stompcrs.
0 Saint Stephen Street Stampers Basin Street, Haymarket Terrace. Evening. Riverboat. New Orleans.
TUESDAY 17 Glasgow
0 Ron Finlay Trio Partick Tavern, Dumbarton Road. Evening.
0 Bobby Wishart Duartet Halt Bar, Woodlands Road, 332 1210. Evening. Superb sax and ﬂute.
0 West End Jazz Band Basin Street, Haymarket. Evening. Dixieland.
O Darktown Jazz Band Struan Hotel. Corstorphine Road. Evening. Trad jam.
0 Liz McEwan and the Brian Kelloclt Trio L’Attache, Rutland Street.
0 Louisiana Ragtime Band N avaar House Hotel, Mayfield Gardens, 667 2828. Evening.
0 Swing ’87 Malt Shovel, Cockburn Street, 225 6843. Evening. Four-man swing band.
0 West End Jazz Band Basin Street, Haymarket. Evening. Solid trad band.
0 Delta Devils Shore Bar, Shore, Leith. Evening. Boogie and blues piano/guitar.
0 Shelagh Buchanan Duo Duke of Tourainne, Ingram Street. Evening. Fine popular jazz singer/pianist.
0 Duadros Nicholson Duintet Pythagoras. Sauchiehall Street. 8.15pm. Undemanding mainline jau, sometimes a song.
0 Charlie McNair's Band Preservation Hall, Victoria Street, 226 3816. Evening. Long residency for one of the original Edinburgh Trad Bands. 0 Louisiana Ragtime Band Basin Street, Haymarket Terrace. Evening. Trad and New Orleans.
0 Take 3 Maxies Bistro, West Nicolson Street, 667 0845. Evening. Good modern jazz trio, somewhat ignored by the noisy patrons.
0 Martin Ley's Duartet with John Burgess Royal Hotel, Roslin. Evening. Out in the country with young exponents of swing and later styles.
0 Darittown Jazz Band Scotties Bar, Piershill. Evening. Trad.
0 Jazz lllgllt Halt Bar, Woodlands Road. Evening. Piano trio.
0 Burton, Clark, Coutts La Taverna. Woodlands Road. Evening.
0 Templehall Stompers Temple Hotel. Esplanade, Joppa. Evening. Trad.
0 Ronnie Rae Jr Crest Hotel, Queensferry Road. Evening. Piano based small group.
0 Driving Sideways Top 0’ the Walk. St James Centre. 9—12pm. More rock than jazz, but boogie and blues. 0 Spirits ot Rhythm Basin Street, Haymarket Terrace. Evening. Upstairs in riverboat bar, the trad jazz venue.
0 That Swing Thing Shore Bar, Leith. 9pm. Cool songs from the Forties and Fifties.
0 The Cult Barrowland, London Road. 7.30pm. £6. Seem to have quite a big following these days, but ‘Love Removal Machine‘ must be the worst single since ‘Agadoo’. Come back Wayne Hussey— all is forgiven; until your next record, at least.
0 Edwin Starr Fury Murrys, Maxwell Street. 10.30pm. Special pa with Edwin singing along to a backing tape. Still worth a look, even ifonly for nostalgia purposes.
0 The Straight Men Riverside Tavern, Gorbals. 8pm. Free. Residency by popular pub band.
0 Blues ’n' Trouble Glasgow College ofTechnology. 10.30pm. Despite the fact that they are universally admired, I fail to see anything new or exciting about Blues ‘n’ Trouble, which is a shame, as they are possibly the hardest working band in Britain.
0 Deep Purple Playhouse Theatre, Greenside Place, 557 2590. 7.30pm. £8.50, £7.50. Legendary ’eavy band featuring legendary ‘eavy guitarist Ritchie Blackmore, who inspired countless HM fans to pick up an axe and learn their licks. Persuaded to reform by the sort of fee one doesn’t turn down every day. Guaranteed eardrum~pummeller.
O The Crows The Venue, Calton Road, 557 3073. 9pm. Local band, owing much to the early 705 as well as the Psychedelic Furs inﬂuences that permeated their first single. See review.
0 We Free Kings Queen Margaret College, Clerwood Terrace, 339 8111. £1. Students and guests only. Edinburgh’s fine thrashy punk folkies. Well worth seeing. See review.
0 A Girl Called Johnny Moray House Student Union, Holyrood Road, 556 8455. Students and guests only (Students £1.50, guests £2). 9pm. Slick commercial pop from the group once known as Doppelganger, and now with a single out on Virgin’s 10 Records.
0 World Party Hoochie Coochie Club. West Tollcross, 228 3252. Made their excellent TV debut with current single Ship Of Fools a few weeks ago. Perhaps a bit laid back and unexciting visually for some tastes, but I know where I'll be tonight.
0 Shokk The Amphitheatre, Lothian Road. 10pm. £1.75 before 11pm, £3.50 after. Personal appearance from pop artistes who made the charts with Dynamo Beat a few years back.
0 Rootsle Tootsie Band Preservation Hall, Victoria Street, 2263816. £1 after 9.30pm. Rhythm ’n‘ blues.
0 The Illusion Clowns, High Street. 9pm. Free.
0 SCD Berlin Nicky Tam’s, Victoria Street, 225 6569. Afternoon. Free. 0 Avo-B Mandela Centre, Potter
Row, 667 0214. Students and guests only.
0 Magnum/Heavy Petting Barrowland, London Road. 7.30pm. £5. Even the combination ofArchie McPherson and Andy Cameron is more appealing than this. Stay at home.
0 Kevin McDennott Halt Bar, Woodlands Road. 8.30pm. Free. From The Tube to the Halt Bar in four weeks. Just a solos acoustic gig, which will be a good opportunity to sample Kevin’s strong songs, which still seem to be creating a fair response in London.
0 World Party Strathclyde Student Union. John Street. 9.30pm. The band formed by ex-Waterboy, Karl Wallinger, with a great single, ‘Ship OfFools‘ promising to enter the top forty soon. Students and friends only.
0 Davie Scott’s Hearts and Minds Lucifers. Jamaica Street. 10pm. Another highly rated band, featuring the capable songwriting and performance ofonc time Chewey Racoon man Scott. Don‘t let his past stop you seeing this one though.
0 Exit the Lemming Windy's, Paisley. 8.30pm. Free. Already well ahead in the worst name of 1987 stakes, I can only hope that the music is better.
0 Mary Kiani Baby Grand, Elmbank Gardens. 8pm. Free. Residency for accomplished local singer.
o Nervous Choir Stringfellows, Greenock Road, Paisley. 10pm.
O Trident Ladyton, Bonhill. 8pm. Free. Unadventurous and predictable heavy metal.
0 Jamie Barnes and Cochise Montego Bay, Jamaica Street. 2pm. Free. Residency in the afternoon from a band who have been gigging for longerthan [can remember. The pinnacle of their career was undoubtedly supporting Scheme at the Barrowland a couple ofyears ago.
0 China Crisis Queen’s Hall, Clerk Street, 668 3456. £5. Rescheduled from 10 Feb, tickets still valid. First sprang to our attention with the pleasant and laid-back African And White. Since then they've released a stream ofpolite unassuming synthesised music. Damned if] can remember a single tune from their last LP.
0 SCD Berlin Nicky Tam’s, Victoria Street, 225 6569. Afternoon, Free. 0 Bald Cormorant Lord Darnley, West Port, 229 4341. 3pm. Free. Sixties R&B, country rock, jam atmosphere.
0 Blues Brothers Preservation Hall, Victoria Street, 226 3816. £3 after 9.30pm. Blues-rock.
0 Belize Clowns, High Street. 9pm. Free.
0 Maltossa The Cavern, Cowgate, 226 5641. Popular and enjoyable local reggae band.
SUNDAY 8 Glasgow 0 The Carmichaels Hooters, Oswald
The List 6 — 19 March 29