the year. Hold on a minute. is this a good thing? With two local supports.
I Eddie Felson Black Bull. Grassmarket. 9.30pm. Free. See Fri 24.
I Perfume and Spacemaid King Tut's- Wah Walt Hut. St Vincent Street. 22] 5279. 8.30pm. £4.50. Two up-and-coming English indie bands. Perfume have a Pulpish foppery to their charming character.
I The Poison Sisters, Applewonn, Indigo Pulse and Monkey Boy Nice ‘n‘ Sleazy. Sauchiehall Street. 333 9637. 9pm.
I House Di Cheese The Halt Bar. Woodlands Road. 332 l2l0. 9.30pm. Free. I Morph Blackl'riars. Bell Street. 552 5924. 9pm. Free.
I Vagabonds MacSorleys. Jamaica Street. 22| 849‘). 9pm. Free.
I The Supernaturals, The Diggers and Commercials Venue. Calton Road. 557 3073. 9pm. £6. Currently being touted all over the media as ‘the band most likely to . . .‘ Their career has been littered with hype and praise from all quarters. Why? Something to do with exuberant accessible pop. sharp songwriting. infectious melodies. great vocals and a basic ability to rock. Their single ‘Day Before Yesterday's Man‘ is out now. See them while you can. 'cos you cart bet they're gonna be huge. See preview. With support from The Diggers who are also signed to Creation.
I La Boom Henry‘s Cellar Bar. Morrison Street. 22| I288. llpm. £3 (£2). Teu- piece soull'ul reggae combo. Uptempo music from the melting pot.
I Los Supremos Bannermans. Cowgate. l()pm. Free.
Dates listed below are tor one-on shows: see separate section for residencies. Gigs are listed by date, then by city. Pertonnances will be listed, provided that details reach our oriices at least one week before publication. Jazz listings compiled by Kenny Mathieson.
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I Glasgow Jazz Record Club Unitarian Church. 72 Berkeley Street. 7.30pm. Contact Ernie Spiers. l-i Glendee Road. Renfrew (886 2949) for membership details. 7.30pm. This week’s fare comes in the shape of a ‘Piano lnterlude' from guest musician Sandy Taylor.
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Pizza Express. |5l Queen Street. 22l 3333. Dining from 8pm. band from 9pm. £5. Singer Freddie King is tonight's guest. with able support from pianist Paul Flush and his band.
I John Ray Trio Henry's Cellar Bar. Morrison Street. 22| I288. l()pm—late. £2 (£l ).
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Pizza Express. l5l Queen Street. 22l 3333. Dining and dancing from 8pm. Free to (liners. Traditional jazz.
I Lyndsay Cooper Free Underground Henry's Cellar Bar. Morrison Street. 22l I288. £2 (£l). Musicians and poets welcome for improv in all areas.
I The Dreamliners Fat Sam's Down Town Diner. 56—58 Fountainbridge. 228 3| I l. 7.30— l().3()pm. No cover charge. Swing meets rock and roll.
I Fat Sam‘s Band Fat Sam‘s Down Town Diner. 56-58 Fountainbridge. 22% 3| 1 l. 8—l lpm. No cover charge. Swing and jump-jive.
I Vintage Jazz Duane! Fat Sam's Down Town Diner. 56-58 Fountainbtidge. 228 3| | l. 7.30—10.30pm. No cover charge. Traditional jazz.
I Glasgow Jan Record Club Unitarian Church. 72 Berkeley Street. 7.30pm. Contact Ernie Spiers. l-i Glendee Road. Renfrew (886 2949) for membership details. 7.30pm. Slightly opaque topic this week. but I‘d venture a guess that ‘Broon's Doon‘ might be a look at the work of Sandy Brown. Or maybe not.
I Tam White Big Band and tligel Clarke Quintet The Fruitmarket. Albion Street. 227 55l l. 9.30pm. 1:! I. There are a smattering ol'jazz-iniluenced musicians scattered throughout the Celtic Connections programme. but this gig goes beyond just inﬂuence with a line double bill of Scottish bands. Guitarist Nigel Clarke's excellent quintet can also be heard at the Dundee Rep Theatre (0|382 223530) on Fri 3|. with the premiere of a new commission which launches the latest phase of Assembly Direct‘s The Jazz Club programme.
I Fat Sam’s Band Paisley Arts Centre. New Street. 887 |0|0. 7.30pm. £6 (£l). Swing and jump-jive charts from this lively Edinburgh-based big(ish) band.
I Fionna Duncan and Her Fellas Pizza Express. l5| Queen Street. 22| 3333. Dining from 8pm. band from 9pm. £5. Singer Fiotma Duncan is in line form these days. and is heard here with her regular band.
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