Platform (Haytnarket Bar). Haymarket. 337 1006. 830—1 lprn. Traditional jazz.
I Capital Jazz Band Holiday ltm. Queensferry Road. 33‘) l 144. 2—5pm. Traditional.
I Diplomats of Jazz Royal littrick Hotel. 13 Ettrick Road. 228 6413. 2.3()-5pm. Traditional.
I Jack Duff and Friends Braidburn lnn. 200 Maylield Road. 667 3867. 3—5pnt. Mainstream.
I The Sunday Cheese Session Barony Bar. Broughlon Street. no number listed. 3-6pm. Light jazz. ,I Derek litthW Seeds. West Nicolson Street. 667 8673. 6 48pm. Guitarist.
I liz MacEwan Trio Ship ()1) The Shore. The Shore. 1.eitlt. 555 ()4ll‘)~ 2— 4pm, Singer.
I Swing ’94 Malt Shovel. Cockburn Street. 2256843. ‘)pm. Swing.
I Stu Richie Jazz Session Hlmtl Poet. West Nicolson Street. 667 ()876. 9.30pm—12.30am. Modern.
I Alpha Jazz Quartet l-‘ei ry 'I‘ap liar. .‘io High Street. South Queensl'erry. 331 2000. 8.30pm. Traditional.
I Beat Dis Jazz Night Cellar .\'o 1.
Chambers Street. 220 4298. 10.30pm.
Modern and contemporary.
I Diplomats of Jazz The Golden Rule. 30 ’eaman Place. 22‘) 73‘)‘). 8.30pm. Dixieland.
I New Orleans Jazz Express Pullman Platform (Haymarket Bar). Hay market. 337 1006. 8.30—11pm.'l‘raditlonal jazz.
I Mike Hart & Wendy Weatherby Nobles.
44a Constitution Street. 554 2024. 9.30pm. Traditional.
I St Stephen Street Stompers Bluebell lnn. Portobello High Street. 66‘) 3142. 8.30pm. Dixieland.
I New Orleans Jazz Express Pullman Platform (Haymarket liar). l-lay market. 337 1006. 8.3()--1 lpnt. 'l‘raditional jazz. I Mike Hart’s Ragtimers The .‘vlerlin. 168 Morningside Road. 447 432‘). ‘)pm. Traditional.
I Stu Richie Jazz Session Blintl Poet. West Nicolson Street. 667 ()876. 9.30pm—12.30am. Modern.
I Gary Fimister Trio / Flamenco Cellar No 1. Chambers Street. 220 4298. 10.30pm. Modern jazz trio alternates with Flamenco guitarist.
I ltDD-Kevin Dorrian Quartet Ntt‘s Bar. Balmoral Hotel. 1 Princes Street. 556 2414. 8—1 1pm. Mainstream and Latin.
I Wendy Weatherby and Friends Tl‘s Wine Bar. Duke Street. 1.eith. 554 3573. 8.30—1 1pm. Alternate weeks. singer-led standards trio.
FOLK & WORLD meme-
Dates listed below are for one-oft shows: see separate section lor residencies. Gigs are listed by date, then by city.
; Performances will be listed, provided that details reach our otlices art least
one week before publication. Folk and
World Listings compiled by Norman i Chalmers.
I Weekly Ceilidh Dance The Perry. Clyde
2 Place. ‘)pm. £6 (£4). Tickets at the venue
or in advance from the Ticket Centre. Candleriggs. 227 5511.
I Ceilidh Dance Riverside. liox Street. off Clyde Street. 248 3144. Doors open 8pm. tmtsic at ‘)pm. £5.
SATURDAY 22 i
I Ceilidh Dance Riverside. l‘ox Street.
. offClyde Street. 248 3144. Doors open
8pm. tnusic at ‘)pm. £5.
I Alan Johnstone and Marco Fabbri Scotia Bar. Stockwell Street. 552 8681. 3.30pm. liree. Guitar. songs and lrish fiddle.
I Tron Folk Club Tron Ceilidh House.
Hunter Square. 220 1550. 8.30pm. £3. Singaround.
3 I Egg Folk Day liglinton Arms Hotel.
liaglesham. 01355 302631. 1—1 1pm. All day £10. part day £6. A day of music which includes the reconstituted early Scots folk rock JSD Band. with gentler sounds of a similar vintage from The
Broads. lan Bruce. lan Walker and others.
I lrish Dancers Bishoploch Hall. Auchingill Road. 7pm. 50p. Easterhouse
Folk Week TUESDAY 25 ‘ ' Glasgow
I Open Night/Session Easterhouse Community Centre. Shandwick Street.
OPEN HOUSE MUSIC
HAIII-l wmmronn 'I'HE LOST&€OWBOYS
.FRIDAY 5 MAY 8.30pm SOUTHSIDE CENTRE
(opposite Tesco, Nicolson Street) TICKETS: £7 (£5 concs) FROM VIRGIN, RIPPING & THE MUSIC St-iOP
Info: 0131 220 0601
FRIDAY 21 5
v THURSDAY 27
; 'Doos are local instrumental and vocal tutors. Easterhouse Folk Week
o.3t)-t 1pm. Bar. 1‘ l. Easterhouse Folk Week
WEDNESDAY 26 -
I Pentangle The 1-‘erry. Clyde Place. 8pm. £8.50. Tickets 227 5511.The‘ original acoustic folk jazz band still has at its centre the pure vocals of Jaqui McShee and the lingerpicking brilliance of Bert Jansch on guitar.
I Dick Gaughan/Deat Heights Cajun Aces Bishoploch Hall. Auchingill Road. 8pm. £4 (£2). Powerful songs. political and traditional. first frotn Dick and then dancing to ﬁnish off from the Cajun Aces. Easterhouse Folk Week
I lan Bruce Scotia Bar. Stockwell Street. I 552 8681. ‘)pm. Free. Hugely experienced Glasgowzbased songwriter and guitarist
I CBiliUD Dance Wilkie House. Cowgatt‘. spin. £3. with the Red MacGregor Folk Group and Shanus. ()pening event of the International Heritage Festival of Gypsies and Travelling People.
I Edinburgh Folk Club Pleasance Cabaret Bar. 60 The Pleasance. 8pm. £4 (£3). The masterful linglish squeeze bos player John Kirkpatrick tAnglo-concertina. melodeon and accordion) is also a line
I Arthur Johnston and the Stars Band will) the Clappytloos l’rovan llitll. 4) Connisborough Road. 8pm. Bar. £4 (£2). l’ormer Star Club anchor man with an even heavier voice leads the singing. The
I Derek Brimstone New Dawn l‘olk Clttb. Glasgow Press Club. ‘)4 West Regent Street. 332 1674. 8pm. £4.
I Tales of the Travellers Pleasattce Theatre Cabaret Bar. Pleasance. 8pm. £5 (£3). With Willie MacPhee. Stanley Robertson and Sheila Stewart. Also an informal music session. to which you are l invited to bring an instrument. International Heritage Festival of Gypsies and Travelling People.
I Whistlebinkies/Jim Hunter Bishoploeh Hall. Auchingill Road. 8pm. £4 (£2). Clever arrangements and polished performances of acoustic Scottish music and song from the 'Binkies. Songwriter Jim Hunter has a Highland heart and a rock sensibility. Easterhouse Folk Week I Maytest See separate listings.
I Weekly Ceilidh Dance The l-‘erry. Clyde Place. 9pm. £6 (£4). Tickets at the venue or in advance from the Ticket Centre. Candleriggs. 227 5511.
I Ceilidh Dance Riverside. Pox Street. off Clyde Street.
248 3144. £5. Doors open 8pm.
I Guid Crack Club The Waverley Upstairs. 3 St Mary’s Street. 7.30pm. £2. Edinburgh's Storytelling Club presents octogenarian singer. piper and tale-teller of the travelling people Willie MacPhee.
SATURDAY 29 ,
I Easterhouse Traditional Music Groups Cotmnunity Centre. Shandwick Street. 7.30pm. £ t .50 (75p). Easterhouse Folk Week
I Maytest See separate listings.
I Alive and Pickin’ Scotia Bar. Stockwell Street. 552 8681. 3pm. Free.
I Ceilidh Dance Riverside. Fox Street. off Clyde Street. 348 3144. Doors open 8pm. music at ‘)pm. £5.
I Music Workshops Mttsic Hall. .-\ssettlbly Rooms. George Street. £3 (£2). Fiddle. with Aidan ()‘ Rourke. 10— 1 lam; Bodhran. with Stephan llannigan. 1-»2pm. International Heritage Festival at Gypsies and Travelling People.
I International Gypsy Ceilidh Music Hall. Assembly Rooms. George Street. 8pm. £7 (£5). Tickets in advance from 225 4472. Romany music. song and dance from Perumos: passionate llamenco guitar from Eduardo Hiebla and Scottish music (tout the Caledonia Ramblers. International Heritage Festival at ) Gypsies and Travelling People. ‘ I Derek Brimstone Tron liolk Club. Tron Ceilidh llouse. Hunter Sqttare. 220 1550. l 8.30pm. £3. }
I Maylest See separate listings.
I Absent Friends l-innegan's Wake. Victoria Street. 226 3816. ‘)pnl--2ant.
i" re e.
I Maytest See separate listings. |
I Prodigal Sons l‘innegan's Wake.
Victoria Street. 226 3816. 9pm -2am. l-‘ree. I Mayday Concert/Ceilidh St Bride's. 1
Orwell Terrace. Dalry Road. 8pm.
; Information from Des 1.ougltney on 556 i 511116. 1
I Maytest See separate listings.
Edinburgh 5 I Songwriting Competition Bottom Bar. : Tron Ceilidh House. Hunter Square. 220 1551). 8pm. The Spring Fling-sponsored event has two categories: 1. A song about l‘ldinburgh. 2. General. Music shall be unplugged. lintries by the Tue 25 Apr to the venue. Further details from P. .‘vlacDiarmind on ()131 668 3211.
Glasgow I Maytest See separate listings. Edinburgh
I Edinburgh Folk Club Pleasance Cabaret Bar. 60 The Pleasance. 8pm. £4 (£3). liormerly the core of Fire in the Glen. Tannas set Gaelic song and music. on fiddle. accordion. pipes. guitar and keyboards. in a more contemporary contest.
I Maytest See separate listings.
I Mick West New Dawn liolk Club. Glasgow Press Club. ‘)4 West Regent Street. 332 1674. 8pm. £4. Fine Glasgow singer.
I Artistic Upstarts 36‘) Gallery. Cowgate. 7pm—3am. £7.50 (£5). Information 668 218‘). Dance. theatre. mixed media and DJs. Live music includes the acoustic jazz folk harmony vocals of Sophie Bancroft and Gina Rae. and Dominic Waxing Lyrical.
54 The List 21 Apr-4 May 1995