TUESDAY 3 Glasgow
I Bobby Wishart Group Halt Bar. 160 Woodlands Road. 332 1210. 9pm. Free. Top ﬂight hop and fusion saxman.
I Bill Finlayson Baby Grand. Elmbank Gardens. Charing Cross. 248 1942. Piano bar music from 8.30pm.
I Jazz Night Boswell Hotel. Mansion House Road. Langside. 632 9674. 8pm. Trumpeter George Ogilvie leads Trad and Dixieland night.
I Hideaway Blues Band Curlers. Byres Road. 334 1284. Blues/soul band in regular spot.
I Makin' Waves Oblomov‘s. Bank Street. 2200054. 9pm. Free. Saxman Bill Simpson leads five-piece trad outfit.
I Swing ‘90 Malt Shovel. Cockburn Street. 9pm. Dick Lee on reeds in Hot Club foursome.
I Louisiana Ragtime Band Navaar I louse Hotel. Mayfield Gardens. 667 2828. Evening.
I Rootsie Tootsie Blues Band Preservation Hall. Victoria Street. 225 2078. 9.30pm. Free. Rockin‘ blues from regulars.
WEDNESDAY 4 ' Glasgow
I Deborah Henson-Conant Society of Musicians. Berkeley Street. 221 61 12. 8pm. Return visit of strikingly original jazz harpist from America who has won wide acclaim in her native land. accompanied by the Sandy TaylorTrio. Her offbeat contemporary style absorbs elements ofswing and latin jazz. as wellas the expected skeins of folk and classical. Check with venue for prices.
I Charlie Proppa Baby Grand. Elmbank Gardens. Charing Cross. 248 1942. Piano bar music from 8.30pm.
I AI Fairweather and The Sundowners Youngs Hotel. Leamington Terrace. 229 6481 . 8.30pm. Veteran trumpet star's weekly blow.
I Charlie McNair’s Band Preservation Hall. Victoria Street. 225 2078. Evening. Edinburgh band leader and trumpeter. I Shore Music Shore Bar. The Shore. Leith. 553 5080. 9pm. Live jazz. check venue for details.
I Dill Finlayson Baby Grand. Elmbank Gardens. Charing Cross. 248 1942. Music from 9pm.
I George Penman's Jazzmen Curlers. Byres Road. 334 128-1. Dixieland from s.3o—lt).5(lpni.
I George McKay Band Joe's- Garage Restaurant. Bank Street. 339 5407. 8—10pm. Free. Acoustic modern jazz duo of double-bass and guitar in regular spot.
I The Jazz Masters Westbury Hotel. St John's Road. 316 4166. Trad five-piece led by bassist Graham Blamire.
I Wendy Wetherby and Spike Wright Northern Bar. Howard Place. Canonmills. 9pm. Free. Vocal and guitar duo.
I Templehall Stampers Temple Hotel. Esplanade. Joppa. 669 4264. Evening. Trad and Dixie residents.
I Beroda Swing Maxies Bistro. West Nicolson Street. 9pm. Trio plus singer play 30s and 40s classics with some modern soul jazz.
I Cellar N01 1 Chambers Street. 2204298. Jazz Therapy fronted by singer Annie McNichol.
I Shore Music Shore Bar. The Shore. Leith. 553 5080. 9pm. Live jazz. check venue for details.
I Rowantree Folk Club Rowantree Inn. By Uddingston Cross. Uddingston. 9—11.45pm.£1.50. SIngaround.
I Ceilidh Dance Riverside . Fox Street. off Clyde Street. 248 3144. 9pm. £3. Go early to be sure of getting in.
I West End Hotel Palmerston Place. 9pm. West Highlander‘s favourite. Accordion and guitar in the bar.
I Royal Oak Infirmary Street. 9pm till late. Alan Hunter.
SATURDAY 24 Glasgow
I Cape Breton Music Workshop Glasgow Arts Centre. Washington Street. 221 4526. 3pm. Tin whistle. guitar. mandolin. harmonica and. ofcourse. fiddle. with Jerry Holland and friends who play the same venue tonight.
I Ceilidh Dance Winter Gardens. Peoples Palace. Glasgow Green. 8pm. £6(£4). Fundraiser for Glasgow Green Party. Information phone 334 9797.
I Jerry Holland and the Cape Breton Fiddlers Glasgow Arts Centre. Washington Street. 221 4526. 8pm. Bar. British tour for the five-piece line-up playing the Scots/French/Irish derived music from Canada. Support from Dundee women‘s band 810 Ha Gael.
I West Coast Band Blackfriars. 45 Albion Street. Merchant City. 552 5924. Informal. mainly Irish instrumental traditional music in the bar. Afternoon. I Scotia Folk Scotia Bar. 112 Stockweli Street. 552 8681. 8.30pm. Live music.
I Porters Music Porters Lounge Bar. 292 Sauchiehall Street. 12.30pm. Folk song and guitar duo.
I Heilan Jessie's 374 Galiowgate. Evening. Live band.
I Ceilidh Dance Riverside. Fox Street. off Clyde Street. 248 3144. 9.30pm. £3. Busy weekly dance.
I Communicado Cauld Blast Orchestra Supper Room. Assembly Rooms. (ieorgc Street. 8.30pm. £3 (£2.50). Bar. The eight-piece band drawn together for Communicado'slock 'I‘arnsrm‘s Balms isa ti 1‘ 6/? a Vi 514’" . .' / «’1’ 44%“ 1/
melange ofclassical. jazz. rock. folk and fun. It comprises Steve Kettley on tenor and soprano sax; Karen Wimhurst on clarinet and soprano. Ann Wood. violin;
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Friday 6 April. 7.30pm Opening Concert DICK GAUGHAN DOUGIE MacLEAN BAND
Sponsored by Lothian Regional CounCl/
Wednesday 11 April, 7.30pm Transatlantic Allstars Concert BATTLEFIELD BAND THE FIDDLE PUPPETS SCOTRAIL VALE OF ATHOLL QUARTET
Sponsored by Ell/son Harte Developments
Friday 13 April, 7.30pm Lousiana Cajun & Country D.L. MENARD EDDIE LE JEUNE THE WHITSTEIN BROTHERS
Sunday 15April. 7.30pm Farewell Concert Shaun Davey's THE BRENDAN VOYAGE GRANUAILE Featuring LIAM O’FLYNN and RITA CONNOLLY with the SCOTTISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
YOUNGER’S TARTAN SPECIAL FESTIVAL iCLUB DEBATING HALL CONCERTS Saturday 7 April, 7.30pm 1 Harbourtown Records present PETE MORTON, ROGER WILSON, SIMON EDWARDS
Sunday 8 April, 7.30pm Arthur Argo Memorial Concert NORMAN KENNEDY, BELLE STEWART, ELIZABETH STEWART, ARTHUR JOHNSTON followed at 10.30pm by Ceilidh hosted by CLACHNACUDDEN with THE ARTHUR JOHNSTON
BAND and TREVOR HUNTER Sponsored by Cauper at Thompson
Tuesday 10 April. 7.30pm Celebration of Women Concert SHEENA WELLI TON presents SALLY BARKER, MARGARET BEWETT, JOY HENDRY, DEBORAH HENSON-C ANT, MAUREEN TURNBULL
Friday 13 April. 7.30pm ‘TWEEDJOURNEY'
featuring THE SAVOURNA STEVENSON BAND Commissioned by the Borders Festival of Ballads and Legends
Saturday 14 April, 7.30pm Gordon Simpson Guitar Music Concert GORDON GILTRAP, ISAAC GUILLORY and at 1 1 pm Delta Music Dance ALIAS RON KAVANA, THE HUMPFF FAMILY
For further details, contact: EDINBURGH INTERNATIONAL FOLK FESTIVAL BOX L2,163 Fleshmarket Close Edinburgh EH1 1BX Tel: 031 220 0464
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