MUSIC jazz

JAZZ continued


I Patricia Mulder Quartet 't‘i-ott Jan, Cellar. Tron Ceilidh House. Hunter Square. 226 093 I. 8 30pm. £4 (£3). An extra gig iii the Izdinburgh Ja/./ Project’s regular Tron programme. l‘eaturing Dutch vocalist l’atricia Mulder with tlte Andy Christie Trio.

I Cathie Rae’s Singers Night Kutu's .la/./ .Ioittt. Henry's Cellar Bar. 8 Morrison Street. 221 I288. I0pttt-3attt. £3 (£2). Catltte ls‘ae is the eldest of the children in tltat t‘atttousta/J lamin. btit while lter brothers attd sisters have been latmliar laces around tlte Scottish jazz. scene. Cathie has taken Iter time it) establishing her own voice. Ilncouraged by he: participation iti l‘itmtttt Duncan's .la// ‘vocal l’rograrttttie at tlte (ilas'gow .l.t// l‘t‘slt\;tl. ('athte has beett lioldittg

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court here it) recettt weeks with the Briatt Kellock Trio. As well as singing hersell. she is trying to provide a platlkn'ttt l'or up-and-coming ja/l. singers by encouraging tltettt to come along and participate.



I Michael Messer Bourbon Street. 108 George Street. 552 0141. 8pm. £5 on door. Acoustic blues slithering tntoia/l. Hawaiian attd Caribbean music from slide-guitar wizard Michael Messer. w ith lid (.ienis on rhytltm guitar. The pair also play Glettrothes tomorrow (Rotltes Halls. Kittgdottt Square. 0I592 6I2 I 2 |. 8pm. £6).


I Chains Queen's Hall. Clerk Street. 667 7776. 7.45pm. £7.50 (£5 ). By no means a straight ia/z this I-.('.-\'l‘


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17 Tron Theatre Glasgow 8.00pm 014] 552 4267 18 TotbOoth Stirling 8.00pm 01786 473544 19 Iron Tavern Edinburgh 8.30pm 013] 554 4510

20 Links Hotel Montrose 9.15pm 01674 671000

22 Lemon Tree Aberdeen 7.30pm 01224 642230

Michael Messer slides around the strings at Glasgow's Bourbon Street. Thu 12 Feb

concert leatures 'weird. interesting attd above all musical‘ souttd itttprovisatiott lrom live Amsterdattt-based musicians. attd should appeal to those witlt more experimental leattings.

I Herb Geller Tron Jan. Cellar. Tron Ceilidlt House. Hunter Square. 226 093 I. 8.30pm. £7 (£5). The veteran alto saxophonist ltas tttade a big impression on recettt gigs at the Queen's Hall. and ttow returns for a more intimate club date. a setting which should suit his approaclt dowtt to the ground.

I Kulu's Tigers Kulu's Jazz. Joint. Henry‘s Cellar Bar. 8 Morrison Street. 22I I288. I0pm—3am. £4 (£3). Kttlu promises a tau/soul evening witlt New York nu soul vibe lot' this one. with singer I.ivvy from London. DJ Iih‘.’\\'unl. Mario Carribe on bass, Bill Ittttes on sax. Brian Kellock on piano attd .loltn Rae on drunts.



I Craig McMurdo Bourbon Street. I08 George Street. 552 014 I. Doors open from 7pm. £9.50. £29.50 with dinner. Celebrate Valentine‘s Day with the cool crooner it) rontantic mood. ()r is that too scary a prospect‘.’


I Lizzard Lounge Cale (irat‘t‘iti. tiast London Street (Mansfield Church). 557 8003. Club starts 9.30pm. battd on-stage midnight. £6 (£5). Valentine's Night Party. l'eaturing The 3 Deuces attd DJ Chico Malo from Leeds. attd resident DJ Joseplt Malik.

I Swirler Kulu's Ja/./. Joint. Henry's Cellar Bar. 8 Morrison Street. 22! I288. I0pm--3am. £5 (£3). See Sat 7.

I Bogus Chrotios at Bottgo Club. New

Street Studios. 6— I4 New Street. 556 5204/558 7604. I0..‘s0pm~—late. £5 (£3). A new clttb night featuring live bands playing tau-soul-l'unk~beats fusion launches with a gig from Bogus. t‘eaturing Sitrtott attd Nik l’aget- 'l‘omlinson arid William Mollisort. The next date is III two weeks tittte (Thu 26 Feb). then tttotttltly thereafter.


I Glasgow Jazz Record Club Unitarian Church Centre. 72 Berkeley Street. 22l

3 I 54. Mentbership details from Iirnie Speirs. I4 (ilentlee Road. Renl‘rew. I’AJ ().-\D. 886 2949. 7.30pm. Records attd (llsc‘ttssttitt.


I Violet Leighton Queen's Hall. Clerk Street. 667 7776. 8.30pm. £7.50. £6 (£3.50). Assembly Direct get their progratttme underway again with a gig featuring (ilasgow-based singer \'iolet Leighton. accompanied by a strottg tan quartet with Coliti Steele (trumpet). Nigel Clark (guitar). liwan Vernal (bass) and John Rae (drums). Support from Subie Coleittan.

I Basic Collective ls'ulu's .IaH Jotrtt. Henry 's Cellar Bar. 8 Morrison Street. l 22| I288. I0pm«.‘~am. £5 (£3). Very Henry's Cellar Bar. 8 Morrison Street. 22I popular soul-tan. band. t'eaturing sottte ol' I288. I0pm 3am. £3 (£2). See Mon 9. I the coolest vocals attd slickest grooves in ;

I Jabba Presents Is’ulu's Jan. Joint. Henry‘s Cellar Bar. 8 .‘vIorrison Street. 22! I288. I0prtt~3attt £3. The usual Jabba crew rttove over to provide a showcase tor new talent (not that Jahha are exactly Ultl talent).


Edinburgh I Altered Beats Kulu's Jan. Joint.

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- lIfii'lliidnight BI (‘ t' (‘ t‘t" ' t‘ TUESDAY 17 . ue a e ira Ill. :ast from Feb 5 Feb 22 Vial“ albk‘m a London Street (Manslield Clturch). 557 1 Glasgow Speak Low M" be on me "Stean pOSt 8003. I0..‘\0pm » 2am. band on-stage I Nikki Yeoh's lnfinitum Tron Theatre.

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around I I.t()pm. £5 (£4). See l‘ri 6.


I Swirler Mac Robert Arts Centre. l'niversity ot‘ Stirling. ()I786 46I08 l. 10.30pm. £5 (£2.50). See Sat 7.

l’arnie Street. 552 4267. 8pm. £7 (£5). This I electrifying young pianist's only previous i Scottiin date was at what turtted out to be I


QUEEN’S HALL. FRI 13 FEB, £7.50, 6 (3.50). 0131 667 7776 PLUS SUPPORT

the linal Dunoon Jan Festival (no conttection. I'm sure). bit! the Jazz. Touring Collective now provide a chance for audiences around the country to hear what

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