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3 9pm—midnight. £2. 'I‘raditional.
l Dublin-born. Edinburgh-based singer has ' been working on a project to provide song I Freddie King oulntet Jazz At the Tron. Tron Cellar Bar. 9 Hunter Square. High Street. 220 1550. 9pm—midnight. £3 (£2.50). Singer Freddie King fronts a new band which seems likely to include just about every/body's current first choice pianist. Brian Kellock.
with arranger Richard Niles in London. courtesy of a Scottish Arts Council Jazz. Projects award. but this Jazz Club tour —
her work ill a more intimate trio setting. She isjoined by Brian Kellock (piano). Andy Mitchell (bass guitar) and John Rae (drums). Subsequent dates include Mon 15. The Music Box. Fdinburgh. 668 2019. 8pm. Tickets are £5 (£3.50) at all venues.
I Martin Taylor The Pleasance Theatre. 60 The Pleasance. 220 4349. 8pm. £5 (£3). See preview.
I Diminished Fifth Batik Hotel. South Bridge. 5.56 9043.
I lit carey’s Jazz Band Society of Musicians. 73 Berkeley Street. 221 61 12.
I Seven Becomes Three La Belle Angele. Hastie's Close (behind The Pelican). Cowgate. 225 5775. 9pm. l-rce.
arrangements for a ten-piece band of late i ? Calton Road. 9pm. Glasgow folk-tinged
I Sandy Taylor and Henry Fullarton Society of Musicians. 73 Berkeley Street. 331 ()1 13- x-30Pm- f 1- Sec “ml 3- 1 Dates listed below are for one-off shows:
- see se erate section for residencies. Edlllblll'gh 5 Gigs arpe listed by date, then by city. I Mike Travis Jan. At the Tron. Tron , Performances will be listed. provided Cellar Bar. 9 Hunter Square. High Street. that demils mac“ 0‘" Ofﬁces 3" '83“
' one week before publication. Folk and
“220 1550. 9pm--midnight. £2 (£1.50). The . . Cauld Blast / iiH 15 / Clan Alba World listlngs complled by Norman Percussionist leads what could be all Chalmers-
intriguing ‘pool' session.
I Melanie D’lieilly The Jazz. Club. City Halls. Candleriggs (enter by Bell Street). 227 5511. 9pm. £5.50(£3.50); concessions on door if available. The
C L U B stunning jazz vocal/st updates the jazz standards
2 I Bowantree Folk Club Rowantree lnn. i()1d Mill Road. L'ddingston. 9pm. £2
1 concerts. other nights £1. Singers Night.
5 I Ceilidh Dance Riverside. Fox Street. off i Clyde Street. 248 3144. Doors open 8pm.
: music at 9pm. £5.
With Brian Kellock (piano). John Rae (drums) and Andy Mitchell (bass)
city hall club the music box tickets 25 (£3.50)
thur 11 mar. 8.30pm 041 227 5511 mon 15 mar. 8pm 031 668 2019 also available on door
tom bancroft orchestra
Definitely the most important new big band to hit the British jazz scene since Loose Tubes.
Standing the jazz tradition on its head the Tom Bancroft Orchestra has "real iazz bite" (Scotsman).
EDINBURGH Fri 19 March Queen's Hall 031 668 2019 GLASGOW Sat 20 March City Hall 041 227 5511
38 The List 26 February—11 March 1993 M“— —
j FRIDAY 26 l
I The McGluskey Brothers The Venue.
the last of the present series -- will present £5 (£3). Monthly hop with the Robert Fish
I Guid Crack Club Tron Ceilidh House.
; I Beelin at the Assembly Assembly
Rooms. George Street. 220 4349. 8.30pm.
Hunter Square. 7.30pm. Free (with
collection). Pat Ryan. lrish-American
storyteller and singer is the special guest
at the storytelling club.
I Pendragon Chambers institute. 7.30pm. £4 (£2.75). Norfolk-based Anglo-French dance band play on various pipes. hurdy gurdy. fiddle and percussion.
; I Banovich and Mackenzie Scotia Bar.
Stockwell Street. 552 8681. 3.30 5.30pm. Free. Fine blues and acoustic guitar styles. I Ceilidh Dance Riverside. Fox Street. off Clyde Street. 248 3144. Doors open 8pm,
music at 9pm. £5.
1 I African Music and Dance Workshop ; With Fatala Maryhill Community
liducation Centre. Avenue Park Street. 10am-4pm. Two days. £10 (£7) for both
: I Dougie MacLean Queens Hall. Clerk
Street. 668 2014. 8pm. Popular Scots singer/songwriter has had wide T\'
1 exposure lately. He's also a fine fiddle
I Caledonian Ceilidh Band Walpole Hall.
1 Chester Street. £2.50 before 8pm. £3.50
after 8pm. £2 concessions. Performers Free. Ceilidh Dance. bring your own drink. and please don't smoke.
Llnllthgow I Pendragon Burgh Halls. 7.30pm. £4 (£2.75). See Friday 26.
SUNDAY 23 I
I Fatala Speaker's Corner. (ieorge's Road. 9pm. Free. (ireat (iuincan band of percussion. vocalists and dancers.
I Gamelan Workshop Arts Centre. Washington Street. 7—9pm. £2.50 (£1.50). See Wednesdays.
I Mccluskey Brothers ()ld Athenaeum. 9pm. See Rock listings.
I Black Bull Folk Club Black Bull Hotel. Milngavie. 8.30pm. £2.50 (£1.75). The unique songwriting and vocal skills of Bab ltoakes.
I Blues Poets Scotia Bar. Stockwell Street. 552 8681. 3.30»5.30pm. Free.
I Four Men and a Dog King Tut's wtth Wah Hut. 221 5279. 9pm. Frantic fiddle and banjo in storming traditional lrish band.
I Druachan Black Bitch lnn. West Port. Linlithgow. 8.30pm. Members £2. non— members £2.50. concessions £2.
linlithgow Folk Club.
TUESDAY 2 Edinburgh
I Four Men and a Dog Venue. Calton Road. 9pm. See Glasgow Monday 1.
I Penicqu Folk Club Navaar Hotel. Penicuik. 8.15pm. information on ()968 678 (no. Singaround.
1 WEDNESDAY 3
' Glasgow 1 I Gamelan Workshop Arts Centre. ; Washington Street. 7 9pm. £2.50 (£1.50). 1 lndonesian tuned percussion orchestra. No experience required. Tutor Jo Hoskin. Also Sunday afternoons 2-4pm.
I Even lteel Scotia Bar. Stockwell Street. ; 552 8681. 8.30pm. Free. Guitar and ﬂute duo.
I Edinburgh i:le CIUD Cafe Royal
Upstairs. West Register Street. 557 4792. 8pm. £3 (£2). They had to cancel when
the A9 was closed by January blizzards. bill the Highland foursome arrive tonight with fiddle. mandolilt. guitar. acoustic bass and Janice Clark on vocals. ' I Songwriter’s Workshop Ritltlle‘s Court.
! Lawnmarket. 7 9pm. £3 (£1) for series of
~ 5. Sponsored by the \VliA and free to
. branch members. Contact Barbara Smith.
Riddle's Court. 226 3456. Tuition by
: singer/songwriter and musician Dave
3 Glasgow 1 I Star T:le CIUD ( ilasgovy Society of i Mtlsicittns. 73 Berkeley Street. beside ‘ Mitchell Theatre. 8pm. £2. Shaskeen. I Jiveass Cltltha Vaults, Stockwell : Street. 552 7520. 8.30pm. Free. Blues. f I Samba Workshop .‘vlaryhill Community 7 iiducation Centre. Avenue Park Street. 7.30 10pm. £2.5()(£l.50).
E I llltien Folk Club Dean 'l'avern.
; Newtongrange. £2 (£1 ). 8pm. Singaround. ; Glasgow
l I Bowantree Folk Club Rowantree lnn. i()1d Mill Road. l‘ddingston. 9pm. £2
leoncerts. other nights £1. 1 I Ceilidh Dance Riverside. Fox Street. off
l Clyde Street. 248 3144. Doors open 8pm. 1 music at 9pm. £5.
2 . i
; Edinburgh 1
, I The Gauld Blast Drchestra Queen's
Hall. South Clerk Street. 668 2019. Bar
; and restaurant from 7.30pm. Band on : stage 8.30pm. £7.50. £6 (£4 concessions j
5 available an hour before the performance). 1
.A strong element of folk in this highly— l
j acclaimed fusion ofja/l. rock and
i classical music.
1 I Goats Don’t Shave Strathclyde
l University L'nion. John Street. 552 1895. i 9pm. £4. lrish ethno-rock. Support from the Bronte Brothers.
I Scotia Folk Scotti! Bar. s‘tmkwell Street. 552 8681. 3.30pm. Free. iilectro
! acoustic Scottish pop from Tonight at Moon.
I Dance Riverside. Fox Street. ()lil' Clyde Street. 248 3144. Doors open 8pm. music at 9pm. £5.
I Yo Mama! Queens Hall. Clerk Street. 668 2019. 8pm. £4.50 (£3). lidinburgh Peace Festiyal celebrate international Women's Day with a concert featuring Scots/American singer Talitha Mackenzie and her band: Nancy Nicolson; (‘larsach player Wendy Stewart; the Harmony Angels; Sedenka. and the Harmonics
I Scottish Blend Walpole Hall. Chester Street. £2 before 8pm. £3 after 8pm. £2 concessions. Performers Free. Ceilidh Dance. bring your own drink. and please