I Freewheelers Brel. 3‘) 43 Ashton Lane. 342 4‘)66. 3pm. liree. Modern. innovative sounds featuring the talents of saxophonist Rob Hall.

I Martin Taylor RSAMD. 100 Renfrevv Street. 332 5057. 8pm. £12.50 (£8). See


I Hot Charanga Sauce Henry's Ja/I. ('ellar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. midnight. £5. The startling Latin voice of ('arlos Pena fronts a nevv group playing Bra/ilian son tnusic vvith (‘arrie McKenna (flute). Dave Patrick (piano). and Mario ('aribe (bass).

I Brian Kellock Trio Henry's Ja/./. ('ellar. 8 .‘vlorrison Street. 467 5200. 8.30pm. £6. The trio are currently attracting attention south of the border on the back of their Live A! Henry".v (‘1).

East Kilbride

I Carole Clegg & Speakeasy liast Kilbride Arts ('entre. ()ld (‘oach Road. ()1355 26l000. 8pm. £8 (£6). See Tue 23.

Sunday 28


I Benn Clatworthy Henry's Jan. (t‘llat‘. S Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8.30pm. £6 (£5). lixhilarating sax vvork from this former Ronnie Scott protege. I Jazz At The Trafalgar Suite Waterloo Buffet. 3 Waterloo Place. 556 75‘)7. 8.30pm. £3. See Thti 18.

Monday 29


I Legends Of Swing Brunton 'l‘heatre. l.adyvv ell Way. Musselburgh. 665 2240. 7.30pm. £‘).50 (£6.50). See liri 26. I Tim Williams Henry's Ja/z, (‘ellar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8.30pm. £5 (£4 1. Authentic blties from this American singer and guitarist.

I Rhythm Sharks Bannerman's. 2 l 2 (‘ovv gate. 556 3254. ‘).30pm. liree. (‘lanned Heat present another Scottish blues act.

Tuesday 30


I Peter Green and The Splinter Group ('orn lischange. New Market Road. (iorgie. 443 2437. 7.30pm. £tbc. The former recluse and blues guitarist has never quite recaptured the brilliance of his l‘leetvvood Mac day s. This is his nevv band. I Almeta Speaks Henry's Ja/l. ('ellar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8.30pm. £5. Sophisticated ia/l vocals from this (‘anadian singer and pianist.

Wednesday 31


I Three Candiru l‘ehai-Ovna. 42 ()tago Lane. 357 4524. 8pm. £1. See Wed 24.


0 Ethan Iverson Trio Henry‘s Jan ('ellar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8.30pm. £8. Pianist lverson vvas the sensa— tion of the lidinburgh Ja// l’estival. and makes a quick return courtesy of the Mark Morris Dance (‘ompany for vvhom he is musical director. llis extended sets of deconstructed standards vvere da/lling and espressive in equal measure. and he learns tip again vv ith the superbly responsive rhythm team of Brian Shicls and John Rae. I The Soul Collective Bongo (‘lub. l4 .\'evv Street. 558 7604. ‘)pm. £6. Playing original material and covers vv ith a soul. ja/l and hip hop v the,


0 Ethan Iverson Trio Henry‘s Jan (t‘llat’. S Morrison Street. 467 520i). Sulpllt. £3. See Wed .3 l.


Dates listed below are for one-off 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 8. World listings compiled by Norman Chalmers.

Thursday 18


I Rosemary Woods and Ben Sands The Star (‘lub. Riverside (‘lub. l-‘ox Street. 56‘) 7287. 7.30pm. £6 (£4). listeemed Irish singers/imisicians and supporters of civil rights.


I Bente Kure l-‘alkirk Folk Club. Arnot Street. ()1324 613395. 8.30pm. £5 (£4.50). Danish singer and line guitarist brings a mix of contemporary folk. country and blues.


0 Bhundu Boys Renfrevv l-‘erry. (‘lyde Place. 287 551 1. 8pm. £10 (£8). Formed at Zimbabwean independence. the ever-changing Bhundu Boys continue to tour internationally. currently perform- ing chiming guitar songs from their Slim] Stars-ions compilation. Part of Big Big World.

0 Mary Gauthier and Grant CampbellRamshorn Theatre. Ingram Street. 287 5511. 8pm. £8.50 (£6.50). American singer/songwriter performs her trademark country-infused folk. Part of Big Big World.

I Ceilidh Dance Riverside ('lub. I‘ox Street. 248 3144. 7.30pm. £6. Last Tram To Auchenshuggle provides the music.


I Fine Friday The Hub.(‘a.st1ehill. Royal Mile. 473 2000. 7.30pm. £15 includes dinner. Kris l)rever on vocals/guitar. vvith Nuala Kennedy and Anna-Wendy Stevenson playing fiddle and flute.


I Ceilidh with the Gallivanters llovvden Park (‘entre. Hovvden. 01506 433634. 8pm. £7 (£4.50).

Saturday 20


G Susheela Raman St Andrevv‘s In The Square. St Andrevv‘s Street. 548 6020. 8pm. £8.50 (£6.50). Having vvon a Mercury Music pri/e nomination for her debut album. Sir/I Ruin.

she continues the fusion of South Indian classical music vvith blues. funk and jazz. Part of Big Big ll’ur/(l.

0 Rajendra Kulkarni with Vijay Kangutkar Ramshorn Theatre. lngratn Street. 287 551 1. 8pm. £7.50 (£5.50). Regarded as the fittest performer of the classical Hindustani flute. Kulkarni is accompanied by Kangutkar on tabla. Part of Big Big World 200].

I An Englishman, An Irishman And A Scotsman King Tut‘s Wah Wah Htit. St Vincent Street. 221 527‘). 8.30pm. £10. Tall stories and songs froin Michael Weston-King. Andy White arid Rab .\'oakes.

I Ceilidh Dance Riverside (‘lub. l‘ox Street. 248 3144. 7.30pm. £6. See Fri 1‘).


I El Festival Empieza! Teviot Rovv t'nion. Bristo Square. 557 ‘)‘)5 1. 7.30pm. l‘ree. ()pening event of the One World l-‘estival features vvorld music and dance. Learn to samba and belly dance.

I Ceilidhs At The Caley ('aledonian Brevvery. Slateford Road. 623 8066. 7pm lam. £6 (£5).


0 June Tabor Tron Theatre. Trongate. 552 4267. 8pm. £12.50 (£10.50). Hugely respected. emotionally intense linglish singer accompanied by classy piano. viola. fiddle and occasional accordion has songs from traditional ballad to contemporary )astiche. Part of Big Big ll'orltl.

Ghost Shirt Art (iallery & Museum. Kelvingrove. Argyle Street. 287 26‘)‘). 7.30pm. £8.50 (£6.50). Theatre By Design revive their tale of the Sioux vvarrior's (ihost Shirt (housed in (ilasgovv for a ceri- ttiry before being returned in 1‘)‘)8) and combine music and storytelling. Part of the Big Big World music festival.

0 Hamell On Trial 13th Note (Tub. (‘lyde Street. 243 2177. 8pm. £8.50 (£6.50). American singer/songvvriter described as playing ‘anti-folk' and ‘punk acoustic‘ and bracketed vvith Iggy Pop or Lou Reed. lixpect a blistering take on the state of the US. Part of Big Big ll’orlil.

I Lev Atlas (‘afe ('ossachok. Russian (‘ultural Centre. King Street. 5530733. 8.30pm. Russian folk. gypsy and classical.


I Bruce Molsky Queen ('harlotte Rooms. Queen (‘harlotte Street. 555 6660. £tbc. American fiddle. guitarist and banjo player specialises in Appalachian music. I Peter Michael Rowan ()n The Mound. North Batik Street. 226 68‘)‘). 3pm. Free. Acoustic set from a local performer. I Tam White Wee Polk (’1ub. Royal Oak. Infirmary Street. 557 2‘)76. 8.30pm. £3. Brilliant bluesman in an intimate setting.


0 Petrona Martinez The ferry. (‘lytle Place. 287 5511. 8pm. £7.50(£5.50). Singer Petrona Martine/ mixes music of African origin vvith (’olombian and Spanish influences, performing here in a septet vvhich features her son arid daughter. Part of Big Big ll’orltl.

I Ryan Adams The (iartlge. Sauchiehall Street. 332 l 120. 7.30pm. A tvvisted blend of roots rock and punk from this LA guitarist.


I The Wrigley Sisters Stirling l-‘olk (‘lub. Terraces Hotel. Melville 'l'erracc. 01786 472268. 8pm. £5 (£4). Highly skilled fiddle and guitar duo.

Glasgow 0 The Benny Andersson Band The Old liruitmarket. Albion Street. 287 551 1. 8.30pm. £15 (£13). A long way from the pop hits he co—vvrote for Abba. Andersson showcases his fifteen-piece vaedish traditional. fiddle-based folk band. Part of Big Big llbrltl.

lfang Bondi The Perry. ('lyde Place. 287 5511. 8pm. £10 (£8). (iambian roots music pioneers vvho combine traditional West African instruments vvith keyboards and guitars. Part of Big Big ll'or/tl.


I Jim Crowley Penicuik l-‘olk (‘lub. Navaar House Hotel. Bog Road. 01‘)68 678153. 8.15pm. £5 (£4). 'l‘raditional ballads. songs. history and humour from the vvonderful ('ork-based entertainer.

Wednesday 24


I Altan and Frifot Royal ('oncert Hall. Sauchiehall Street. 353 8000. 7.30pm. £10.50 £12.50. ()l‘licial launch of the programme for (‘eltic (‘onneetions 2002. featuring tvvo international folk band favourites. from Ireland and vaeden.

I Great Big Sea The l-‘erry. (‘lytle Place. 287 5511. 7.30pm. .\’e\vfoundland folk entertaintnent. high on energy.

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Big Big World You know what this means don't you? Quality music from Senegal. Gambia. Zimbabwe, South lndia. USA. Hindustan. Spain and even England. Highlights include Radio Tarifa (pictured) and who would have thought it ~- Abba's Benny Andersson is here with his folk band! Various venues. Glasgow. Fri 7.0—8.7! 27 Oct.

Greentrax Birthday Bash The Scottish record label celebrate fifteen years of excellence with a massive Capital concert hosted by Adam McNaughton and Sheena Wellington. Bookended by the crossover grooves and bagpipes of Macumba and the Peat Bog Faeries. and with a core of great Scottish trad and roots music. the BBC are recording the event for posterity. Queen 's / la/l. Edinburgh, Sat ’2/ Oct.


I Martyn Wyndham-Read lidinburgh l’olk (Tub. ('al‘aret Bar. The Pleasanee. 650 234‘). 7.30pm. £tbc. 'l'raditioual songs. ballads and shanties from Britain and Wyndham-Read’s other home. Australia.

I Jimi The Piper Bongo ('lub. New Street. 558 7604. ‘)pm lam. but back from an overseas tour. .limi MacRae performs music from his nevv album. lflii'l/it/(iut‘i'.


I Adam McNaughton and Ian Maclntosh Dunlermline l-‘olk (‘1ub. Thistle Tavern. Baldridgeburn. 01383 72‘)673. 8pm. £5 (£4). Ballads. songs ttlltl stories.


I Open Session l.ottlotttl l-olk ('lub. Argy 11 Bar. Main Street. ()138‘) 757561. ‘)pni. l-‘ree. Musicians. singers and visitors vvelcome at this vv eckly event.


0 Radio Tarifa the Old 1"ruitinarket. Albion Street. 287 551 1. 8.30pm. £14 (£12). Miving the musics that have have passed through Spain Arabic. .levvish and (‘hristian and cre— ating a sound both ancient and contem- porary. Mtilti-instrumental and \ocal avvard-vvinning band. Part of Big Big World.

I Celtic Wah Wah Princes Square. Buchanan Street. 221 ()324.

7.30 0.3(1pm. liree. l'iltltllv‘S. percussion. vocals and dance grooves from an tip—and-coming band.

I Jim Crowley The Star (tub. Riverside ('lul). l"o\ Street. 56‘) 7287.

7.30pm. £6 ( £4). See Tue 23.