the Armagh Rhymers. o Piping Festival Lecture: Hamish Moore Sportsman's Bar. Festival ('Iub. l—l.45pm. Ll atdoor‘only. The small bellows blown pipes ol Scotland.

0 Alloa Brewery Lunchtime Concert: Tich Frierand his guests 'l‘eviot Bar. l-‘estival ('lab. l—-3.3llpm. Happy Hour 1—2pm. l-‘Rlili. llurnourand song.

0 Dance Workshop: Lothians Morris Men Debating l lall. Festival Club. l~3pm. l’Rlili. Not all bells and hankics.

o Piping Festival Lecture: Raparigos Sportsman’s Bar. l’estival ('ltib. 33.45pm. £1 at dooronly . the pipes ot(ialicia in North Spain.

0 Visiting Arts Workshop: Makvirag Sportsman's Bar. l’estiv al ('lub. 3—4pm. Ll at dooronly. .\lttsie and songs lrom Hungary .

0 Dance Workshop: Dalriada Dancers (Scotland), Foyak (Turkey) Sportsman's Bar. l-‘estival (’lub. .‘w.,‘st)—5.3llprn. l’Rl'ili.

0 Visiting Arts Workshop: Spirit at the West Sportsman's Bar. l’estiv al (‘lub. 4.3(1— 5.3llpm. £2 at dooronly. New songs lrom ('anada.

o Alloa Brewery Teatime Concerts: Ben Wyvis and The Last Resort 'l‘eviot liar. Festival (lab. 5..‘~ll~7prit. l lappy Hour 5..‘sll~(r.3(lprit. l-‘RIil-i. [ix-Battlelxeld and part ol‘ Black Donald with some early rock and roll. 'l’his group have descended lrom tip beyond lnverness and are intent on having a good time. Join them.

0 One Man Band Competition: organised by The Lunatic Fringe Park Bar. l-‘estival (‘lub. 5.3(L7pm. FREE. Should read One Person Band.

0 ‘Feed The Folk‘ Concert: Paul Brady, Martin Carthy, Kate and Anna McGarrigle. Duncan MacGillivray, Maddy Prior and Rick Kemp, Loudon Wainwrightlll and otherguestartistes lfsher Hall. Lothian Road. 7.3ll—llipm. £3.50. H. {4.51). L5. to available in advance. 'l‘he major concert of the Festival with all proceeds going tocharity. Main artists are Paul Brady. Irish singer songwriter; the .'\le( iarrigles. l'antas‘tic harmony sisters l'r'om .\'orth America: Steeley e Span‘s Maddy Prior and Rick Kemp: Martin (‘arthy a legend in the linglish l'olk song revival; Loudon Wainwright. troubadour arid pr‘olil'ic songwriter: and the Great Highland Bagpipesol' Duncan .\lc( iillivray. ex-piper to the Battlefield Band. And more.

0 Alloa Brewery Farewell Ceilidh: Ben Wyvis and The Last Resort Debating Hall. Festival (‘lub. llpm—Zam. FREE to club members. Duncan .\lc(iillivray hot loots it back to play guitar and rnoothie in this farewell stramash. all sorts ot mayhem tends to result. Dancing. singing. guests on stage. impromptu duets. a song from Robin Morton - it you are unlucky two songs from Robin -— speeches. drink. more music. more drink and an eventual ceilidh outside the closed doors ol”l”eviot Row. in the early hours ol. the morning.

Please note that evening sessions begin at approx 8.30pm unless otherwise stated.

FRIDAY 17 Glasgow

0 Late Jazz Riverside Club. Fox Street (oft‘(_‘lyde Street). ll).3()pm—2am. Late bar. £2. Details: 248 3144. Groups in club-style venue. Regular modern jazz.

0 Jeanette Burns and Andy Alston Baby Grand. Elmbank Gardens. 552 (5027. Evening. Piano bar with good lady vocalist.


0 Bill Brulord’s Earthworks/Graeme Dultin and Nigel Clark Queen‘s Hall. (‘lerk Street. 9.30pm. £4.50 (£3.50). Young Loose 'l'ubers among this fresh quartet built round Brul‘ord’s powerhouse drumming. Plus the guitars of Glasgow‘s Dullin and Clark. See panel.

0 Melanie D’Reilly and Francis Cowan Gloucester Hotel. Gloucester Place. Evening. Fine vocalist. guitar accompaniment.

o Spirits ot Rhythm Basin Street. Haymarket 'l'errace. Evening. 'I‘rad bands and New Orleans decor.

0 Ronnie Rae Trio and Fiona Duncan L‘Attache. Rutland Street. Iivening. Always mainstream jazz in this venue.

SATURDAY 18 Glasgow

0 Star Big Band Star (’lub. (‘alton Place. 2—5pm. Free. Music from 40s and 50s.

0 Bill Fanning Big Band Shadows. Bath Street. 332 0352. Lunchtime. 0 George Penman Jazzmen The Midas. St. Vincent Street. Ltmchtime. 'I‘rad Band.

0 Mary Kiani Baby Grand. Elmbank Gardens. Evening. Piano bar.

0 Shelagh Buchanan Duo Glasgow Society of Musicians. Berkeley Street. 3—5.3(ipm.

0 George McGowan Orchestra Black Jacks. Hope Street. 2-5pm.


0 TDtD'S Jazz Band Preservation Hall. Victoria Street. 2-4pm. 'l'rad and swing.

0 Basin Street I laymarket. Evening. ’I‘rad. Dixieland and New Orleans. Usually Mike Hart’s Jazz Band.

0 Festival City Jazz Band (‘larendon Hotel. Grosvenor Street. Evening. 0 Tam White and The Dexters Platform l.Rutland Street. Evening. Brassy soul band and vocalist.

SUNDAY 19 Glasgow 0 Dave Wilson And The Uptown



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