Music jazz listings
Jazz Residencies, Glasgow
I Ruth Lambert Eat Drink Man Woman (see Thu ). 8pm. Perl'orms pure Jan in the style ol‘Julie London.
I Tom Urie and Shona Fraser Corinthian (see Thti). l0pm—3am. Ja/z piano. irom easy listening through to contemporary.
I Live Jazz Henderson's. 25 Thistle Street. 225 2605. 8pm. Artists vary.
I The Third Men Maison Hector. 47 Deanhatigh Street. 332 5328. 9pm. Blues gunarduo.
I Los Tres Phenomenos Cellar .\'o. l. 1 Chambers Street. 2204298. 10pm—1am. 'l'i'aditional jau sounds.
I Live Jazz Henderson's (see Thu). 8pm. Artists vary.
I Montuna Dix-Netti. 97 Hanover Street. 225 8619. 8pm. Jan. trio.
I Live Jazz 8: Blues W. J. Christies. 27~3l West Port. 221 1099. 9pm. Various artists provide the sounds.
I Bill Kyle’s Backbeat Band Cellar No. 1 (see Thti). 10pm—-1am. Hot. itinky. electrician.
I Toto And The Dexters Harry‘s Bar. Randolph Place. 539 8100. 3.30—-6pm. Mainstream. with vocals 1'rom Fay Levy.
I Blues Inc. I)ix-.\'eul‘(see i‘Ti ). 10pm. l'p-tempo electric blues.
I Live Jazz Cellar .\'o. 1 (see Thu). 10pm—1am. All kinds ol' people pop in to play at Cellar .\'o. l.
I Live Jazz The Dome Bar and (irill. 14 George Street. 624 8624. 1-«5pm. Various artists.
I The Duo Howies. 4/6 (ilanville Place. 225 5553. 1—4pm. Terriﬁc tunes with very little fuss.
I Dominic Spencer Trio The Timberbush Bar & Bistro. 28 Bernard Street. Leith. 476 8080. 4—7pm. Various jazz sounds from this trio.
10PBD Cellar .\'o. 1 (see Thti). 10pm—1am. Classic jam on piano. bass and drums.
I Gary’s Notebook Cellar .\'o. I (see Thu). 10pm. Live _ia/./. from this new weekly residency.
I Swing 2001 Malt Shovel. Cockburii Street. 225 6843. 9pm. Swing at the longest residency in Edinburgh.
I Billy Kyle’s Mystery Jazz Night Cellar .\'o. 1 (see Fri). 9.30pm—lam. An eclectic selection from an ever-changing line-up of musicians.
I Live Jazz Human Be-In. 2/8 West Crosscatiseway'. 662 8860. 9.30pm. With two new alternating residencies. Fresh jazz with vocals and guitar ﬁ'om Ailsa McCreary on Tue 15 May. and jam. blues and folk vocals from Rowena on Tue 22 Mav.
I Live Jazz Henderson's (see Thu). 8pm. Artists vary.
I Son De Rhumba Cellar .\'o. I (see Fri). 10pm—1am. Latinjau.
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Dates listed below are for one-of! and ticketed shows. Gigs are listed by date, then by city. Performances will be listed, provided that details reach our offices at least ten days before publication. Folk & World listings compiled by Norman Chalmers.
I Follow That Camel The Star Cltib. Riverside Club. Fox Street. 569 7287. 7.30pm. £5 (£3). Rootsy music by tom contemporary celtic chaps trom Campbeltown.
I Acoustic Underground Elephant House. George 1\' Bridge. 220 5355. 7.30—9.30pm. Free. Open mic night for songwriters. hosted by Peter Michael Rowan.
I Kevin Montgomery and Guests King Tut's Wah Wah Hut. St Vincent Street. 221 5279. 8.30pm. £9. Glasgow night of Americana (see below) with Stateside sitiger-songwriter Kevin Montgomery -— joined by Robert Reynolds and Patti Deakin of The Mavericks and guitarist Doug Pettibone. Austin-based sitiger-songwriter Trish Murphy in support.
I Jim White 13111 Note Club. Clyde Street. 243 2177. 8pm. £8. The bruised Florida singer-songwriter deals his songs. blacker than Waits. and funny too. Part of Big Big Country;
OClive Gregson and Boo Hewerdine The Pleasance Cabaret Bar. The Pleasance. 623 0168. 8pm. £7 in advance (£8 on the door). Two of the L'K's best-known guitarist/songwriters
join forces. (iregson was a mainstay of
Richard Thompson’s band before moving to Nashville; Hevverdine. (iregson and Eddi Reader get together regularly. Joining them tonight will be ex- Everything Btit The Girl guitarist Rob Peters.
I North American Contradancing Calton Centre. Montgomery Street. 7.30—1 lpm. £5 (£3). American sets with an authentic caller from Boston. Have a New England ceilidh with live music from the Belle Star Band.
I Club Latino Bongo Club. New Street. 558 7604. 10.30pm—3am. £6 (£5). Edinburgh's famous Latin night. Salsa classes with Salsa Angels at 10pm. Live band Sexteto Caliente later. [)1 Simon Hodge. Tango and Brazilian with dancers in the back room with Dis Steve and Maikay'el.
I Jim White La Belle Angele. Hastie's Close. 225 7536. 8pm. See Fri 11.
I Put A Spring In Your Step Linlithgow Academy. Braehead Road. 01506 842923. 7.30pm. £7.50. Live band plays tor a charity ceilidh dance.
0 Mr McFall’s Chamber, Elspeth Cowle and The Burt MacDonald Quartet Bongo Club. New Street. 558 7604. 8.30pm. £7 (£5). .\'one ()1 The Above present another eclectic night of music as Mr McFalls Chamber preview their new Latin/tango album. with singer Valentina Martinez. Singer Elspeth Cowie delves into the Scots tradition.
and the Burt MacDonald Quartet play blues-inﬂected jazz with vocals.
I Bacchus Up! Patriothall Gallery. (WASPS) Patriothall Studios. o1'1‘48 Hamilton Place. 225 1289. 5—11.30pm. Admission by donation. Fundraising event for Patriothall Artists Gallery. Live music from French-Scottish cabaret group Les Melimelodies. indie—rockers Splendid and others. Bring your own drinks and make a donation to the cause. I Alistair Russell Wee Folk Club. Royal Oak. inﬁrmary Street. 55" 2976. 8pm. The former trontman/guitarist vs ith the Battleﬁeld Band performs songs from Scotland and lreland.
Monday 1 4
I Duncan Chisholm and Ivan Drever Stirling Folk Club. Terraces Hotel. Melville Terrace. 01259 218521. 8—1 1pm. £5. Fiddle/guitar music and song from the Wollstone duo of Duncan Chisholm and lvan Drever.
Wednesday 1 6
I Songwriting Competition Edinburgh Folk Club. Cabaret Bar. The Pleasance. 650 2349. 8pm. £4. Annual new song competition with £100 ﬁrst prize. Hear the short-listed songs — the deadline for entries was Wed 2 May.
I Session Duni‘ermline Folk Club. Thistle Tavern. Baldridgeburn. 01383 729673. 8pm. Dunl'ermline hosted Scotland's ﬁrst-ever folk club. This is a regular at-home night.
I Johnny Silvo The Star Club. Riverside Club. Fox Street. 569 7287. 7.30pm. £6 (£4). \‘eteran club performer and great singer.
I Gypsy-Jazz Fusion Cale Cossachok. Russian Cultural Centre. King Street. 553 0733. 8.30pm. Virtuoso gypsy jazz. ﬁddle and guitar explosion from Lev Atlas (violin). ()leg Ponomarev (violin) and Nigel Clark (guitar).
I The Songs Of Scotland St Bride's Centre. Orwell Terrace. 346 1405. 1.30pm 8; 7.30pm. £4. Popular
songs from the nation's past.
I Acoustic Underground Elephant House. (ieorge 1\' Bridge. 220 5355. ".30—9.30pm. Free. Open mic night tor songvv riters. hosted by Peter Michael Rovv an.
I Jim Malcolm Betty Nit-ol‘s. High Street. 01592 200282. 8.30pm. Frec.()1d Blind Dogs vocalist. and .-\ngus-bred. Malcolm goes solo. playing songs and ballads t‘rom Burns to the north-east bothy traditions. accompanied by guitar and harmonica.
I Kinrick Falkirk Folk Club. Arnot Street. 01324 613395. 8.30pm. £5 (£4.50 members). Fit‘e band play lrish and Scots.
Friday 1 8
I Gillian Frame The Hub. Castle-hill. Royal Mile. 4'73 2067. 7.30pm. £15. From Arran. and voted Young: Scottish Traditional .\1usician o1 2001. the RSAMD student and ﬁddler play s Scots airs and dance tunes. 'l‘icket price includes tvvo-cotirse meal.
I Charity Ceilidh Dance Si Britle‘. Centre. ()rvv ell Terrace. 346 1405.
730—1 1.30pm. £7 (£2 £4). The Robert Fish Band provide the music. Proceeds to the Special Needs Intormation Point and Edinburgh Sitters. Further intormation on 0131 536 ()583/557 3121.
I The McCalmans Rothes Halls. Rothes Square. 01592 61 1 101. 8pm. £8 (£6—£7). Since 1964 they've recorded over twenty albums. interpreting traditional Scots song with distinctive three-part harmonies and humour. Masters of the good night out.
Saturday 1 9
I Calasaig and Cloud Howe Si Andrew's In The Square. St Andrew 's Street. 548 6020. 8pm. £7 (£4). l'p-aiid- coming. multi-instrumental and strongly vocal ﬁve-piece Calasaig play traditional Scots and contemporary music and song. Cloud Howe play for dancing.
I Wolftones Barrowland. 244 Gallowgate. 552 4601. 7pm. Poptilist lrish 1'o1k. rebel songs and street ballads from the band formed way back in ‘63.