ROCK & BLUES MUSIC
Also playing on Thursdays and Saturdays. I Lost Weekend Leith Oyster Bar. The Shore. 554 6294. 9pm. Country and cajun. I Open session Thistle Hotel. Manor Place. 225 61-14. 8.30pm. Free. Singers (especially) and instrumentalists welcome to pop along for sessions of blues and traditional music.
I Heart Industry Chesterfields. Royal Terrace. 5566918. 10pm. Featured vocalist at the moment is (‘olin Chisholm. Also playing on Thursdays and Fridays.
I Fiaere Nilssen Bridges Bar. George IV Bridge. 2204950. 9.30pm. llighly watchable Minnesotan songstress furiously fingerpicks and strums her way through one of her several residencies.
I Bluetinger Music Box. Victoria Street. 2201708. Having notched up more gigs than Manic Street Preachers have stitches. Bluefinger now have a tape out with songs from their set: some original material. but mainly ballads and rockers from the 50s and 60s.
I Roll 'Em Hawks Tron Tavern. l lunter Square. 220 1550. Rock'n‘roll. rockabilly. I Jam session St James Oyster Bar. Calton Road. 557 2925. Afternoon. Free.
I Fjaere Nilssen ()hlomov-‘s. North Bank Street. The Mound. 2200054. Free. See Suns.
I Lost Weekend St James ()yster Bar. Calton Road. 557 2925. 9pm. Free. Country and cajun.
I Billy Rivers Cooler. beneath The Venue. ('alton Road.
I Fiaere Nilssen Queen Street Oyster Bar. Queen Street. 226 2530. 10pm. Free. See Suns.
I The Rootsie Tootsie Blues Band Preservation Hall. Victoria Street. 226 3816. 10pm. Rockin' blues and R&B band.
I Los Supremos St James ()yster Bar. Calton Road. 557 2925. 9pm. Free. Rock and blues covers.
I Open session Thistle llotel. Manor Place. 225 614-1. 8.30pm. Free. Singers (especially) and instrumentalists welcome to pop along for sessions of bluesand traditional music.
§ I The Misfits St James Oyster Bar. Calton Road. 557 2925. 9pm. Free. Female duo enjoying a growing popularity in this slot. I Lucian Lee Queen Street Oyster Bar. Queen Street. 226 2530. 10pm.
I Guilty Party Bannerman‘s. Niddry Street. 556 3254. 9pm. Free.
I Los Supremos Malt Shovel. Cockburn Street. 225 6843. 10pm. Rock and blues
I Leo Johnson Queen Street Oyster Bar. Queen Street. 226 2430. 10pm. Former frontman from a popular Edinburgh dance band (oh. all right. Rhythm Chillun)sings soul. reggae medleys and ridiculously deep-voiced Elvis impressions. Remember your copies of Hes/tworld.
I Bluelinger Madogs. George Street. 225 3408. 11pm. See Fri.
I The Rootsies Duo Ryrie's. llaymarkct Terrace. 337 7582. Jim Condie on guitar and Ron Tate on vocals and harmonica take time off from The Rootsie Tootsie Blues Band to play blues. gospel and a smattering ofjazz.
I Heart Industry Chesterfields. Royal Terrace. 556 6918. 10pm. Featured vocalist at the moment is Colin Chisholm. Also playing on Fridays and Saturdays.
I David Valentine and Murray Innes Blue Lagoon. Angle Park Terrace. 337 9922. 9pm. Free. Vocals and sax.
Light Music is listed by date. then by city. Performances will be listed, subject to space, provided that details reach our oliices at least one week beiore publication. Light Music Listings compiled by Alastair Mabbott and Fiona Shepherd.
I Miller Magic Glasgow Royal Concert Hall. Sauchiehall Street. 5323123. 6.30pm. £10.50. £9.50. £7.50. Back yet again by popular demand. this time for two nights. The llerb Miller Orchestra play all the Glenn Miller Big Band favourites. Make ours little BrownJug' please.
I Miller Magic Glasgow Royal Concert Hall. Sauchieltall Street. 332 3123. 6.30pm. £10.50. £9.50. £7.50. See “ed 35.
Dates listed below are tor one-oil shows: see separate section lor residencies. Gigs are listed by date, then by city. Pertormances will be listed. provided that details reach our
oiiices at least one week before publication. Jazz Listings compiled by Kenny Mathieson.
FRIDAY 131 .. Glasgow
I Nigel Clark Quartet'rhe Basement Club. Blackfriars. 36 Bell Street. Merchant City. 552 5924. l0pm--lam (no admission after 11.30pm). £3.50 (£2.50). llue and Cry guitarist Nigel Clark is now a firmly-established presence on the Scottish jazz scene. and returns to the club with his excellent quartet. featuring Brian Kellock on piano. the undervalued Ricky Steele on bass. and John Rae on drums.
THURSDAY-.,19, - 4_ ., Glasgow
I George Penman‘s Jazzmen Westbourne Music. The Merchant‘s House of Glasgow. 7 West George Street. 227 5511. 12.45-l.45pm. £2.50 (£2). The august intcriorof the Merchant's 1 louse isa rather more genteel setting than usual in which to find Glasgow‘s leading Dixieland outfit. but I trust it won’t inhibit their usual spirited approach to the music. This is the last of three theme concerts in which the band trace the origins ofjazz through New Orleans and Ragtime to today‘s offering. Dixieland.
FRIDAY 20 Glasgow
I Kevin Mackenzie Trio The Basement Club. Blackfriars. 36 Bell Street. Merchant City. 552 5924. lllpm—lam (no admission after 1 1.30pm). £3.50(£2.50). Guitarist Kevin MacKenzie has gained a deserved reputation for tempering virtuosity with exemplary good taste in his work with the John Rae Collective.
I Western lniirmaty Cardiac Appeal Strathclyde Suite. Glasgow Roy al Concert
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Monday 16 Heidelberg Chamber Orchestra
Tuesday 17 Beverley Craven
Friday 20 St Augustine's High School
Saturday 21 Edinburgh Gaelic Choir
Sunday 22 Gala Youth Recital
Tuesday 24 Wine Tasting 'Marques De Caceres'
Wednesday 25 Drum Clinic with Dennis Chambers
Saturday 28 Wild Cigarillos
Monday 30 Leda Piano 1110
The List 13 — 26 September 199139