Music rook & pop listings
I The Beat Room The Arches. 253 Argyle Street. 0901 ()22 ()3()(). 7pm. Call venue to reserve your free ticket. Line-up to be confi rmed.
I The Almighty and Jiva The Cathouse. l5 L'nion Street. 248 6606. 8pm. £8. ()ver- 14s show. Old school Scottish rockers.
I Errortype II and Copperpot Journals The 13th Note Cafe. King Street. 553 1638. 8pm. £4.
I Andy Gunn & The Glass Hammer Studio One. (irosvenor Hotel. Grosvenor Terrace. Byres Road. 341 6516. 9pm. Free.
I Acoustic Jam Nice‘n'Sleazy. 42] Sauchiehall Street. 333 ‘)637. ‘)pm. Weekly session with free beverages for performers.
I The Damned The Liquid Room. ‘)c Victoria Street. 225 2564. 7.30pm. £10. Legendary punks The Damned celebrate the release of their first studio album in 14 years. Featuring original members Captain Sensible and Dave Vanian.
I Acoustic Underground Whistlebinkies. 4—6 South Bridge. 557 51 14. l()pm-2.30am. Free. See Mon 1‘).
I Steps SECC. Finnieston Quay. ()87() 0404000. £21 plus booking fee. The cynical wind-up dolls of the pop scene on what is rumoured to be their last tour.
I System Of A Down Barrowland. 244 Gallowgate. 552 4601. P()STP()Nlil). I Freeheat King Tut‘s Wah Wah Hut. 272a St Vincent Street. 221 527‘). 8.30pm. £6 plus booking fee. New band formed by Jiin Reid and Ben Lurie of the Jesus 8; Mary Chain and Nick Sanderson of Earl Brutus - individuals who have sneering rock‘n‘roll running through their veins. See preview.
I The Dickies and Vanilla Pod The Cathouse. 15 Union Street. 248 6606. 8pm. £9 plus booking fee. Over- 14s show. Jolly punk-pop lags. Watch those old age punks pogo.
I Aether Flux, Opaque, Death Cat and Giant Truck The l3th Note Cafe. King Street. 553 1638. 8pm. Experimental electronica.
I The Beat Room The Arches. 253 Argyle Street. 0901 022 0300. 7pm. Call venue to reserve your free ticket. Line-up to be continued.
I Andy H and Andy Lang Whistlebinkies. 4—6 South Bridge. 557 51 14. ‘)pm. Free. A double bill of Andys serving up rock. blues and pop.
I Steps SECC. Finnieston Quay. 0870 0404000. £21 plus booking fee. See Tue 27.
I Nils Lofgren The Ferry. Clyde Place. 42‘) 8676. 8pm. £17.50. Bruce Springsteen‘s old mucker famed for his ability to play guitar and somersault at the same time. Beat that. Stereophonics. I One Minute Silence and Will Haven The Garage. 4‘)() Sauchichall Street. 332 1120. 7.30pm. £11 plus booking fee. ()ver- 14 show. L'p—and- coming metal bill from both sides of Atlantic.
I Big Man and Aeiris King Tut‘s Wah Wah Hut. 272a St Vincent Street. 221 527‘). 8.30pm. £4 plus booking fee. I Macrocosmica and Ultimo Dragon The l3th Note (.‘ai'e. King Street. 553 1638. 8pm. £3. Macrocosmica conclude their month as Note residents. I Helen Reeves L'isge Beatha. 232 Woodlands Road. 564 l5‘)6. ‘)pm. Free. Local songwriter with country. folk and pop elements to her sound.
54 THE LIST 113-29 Nov 2001
I Acoustic Open Stage The Hall Bar. 160 Woodlands Road. 564 1527. ‘)pm. Free.
I Live Music Nice’n'Sleazy. 421 Sauchichall Street. 333 ‘)637. ‘)pm. North Glasgow College present a line- up of local bands.
I Paul Weller Corn Iixchange. New Market Road. (iorgie. 44.3 2437. 7.30pm. S()Ll) ()l'T. The Modfather returns in an acoustic guise promoting his new live album Days ()j'S/m'rl.
I Ron Sexsmith, Juliet Turner and Colony La Belle Angele. Hastie’s Close. 225 7536. 8pm. £10. Canadian singer-songwriter who‘s drawn comparisons with Leonard Cohen arid Neil Young. Irish singer Juliet Turner provides the support.
I Kenny Miller and The Dazes Whistlebinkies. 46 South Bridge. 557 51 14. ‘)pm. Free. Classic rock and blues from Miller with indie and Britpop numbers froin The [)azes.
I Transporter Bongo Club. 14 New Street. 558 7604. 9pm. 35p. At a ludicrously low price ofjust 35p and with eleven live bands. I)Js and more promised this must be the bargain night of the month.
I Steps SF.CC. Finnieston Quay. 08700404000. £21 plus booking fee. See Tue 27.
I El Pussycat Nice'n’Slea/y. 421 Sauchiehall Street. 333 ‘)637. ‘)pm. £tbc. I Cicada, Low Rider and Galchen The 13111 Note Club. Clyde Street. 243 2177. 8pm. £3. lndie line-up. I FNL and Ursula Minor The l3th Note Cafe. King Street. 553 1638. 8pm. £2.50.
I Waystar, Slider and Windscale Fury Murrys. ‘)6 Maxwell Street. 22l 6511.‘)pm. £3. including entry to post- gig club.
I The Magic Blues Surfers Studio One. (irosvenor Hotel. (irosvenor Terrace. Byres Road. 341 6516. ‘)pm. Free.
I The Vagabonds The Scotia. 1 12- 114 Stockwell Street. 552 8681. ‘)pm. Free. Popular covers.
I Jam Session Samuel Dow‘s. 67- ‘)l Nithsdale Road. 423 0107. 8.30pm. Free.
I Open Mic Tchai ()vna. 42 ()tago Lane. 357 4524. 8pm. Free.
I Live Music The Cathotise. l5 L'nion Street. 248 6606. 7.15pm. £3. Local band line-up.
I Nils Lofgren Band The Liquid Room. ‘)c Victoria Street. 225 2564. 7.30pm. £15. See Wed 28.
I Rising Son, Ex Tiger and Major Major The Venue. 17-21 Caltoti Road. 557 3073. 8pm. £tbc. Triple bill of indie types including dance/indie/scratch fusiotiists Risitig Son.
I The Steve Martiand Band Queen's Hall. Clerk Street. 668 201‘). 8pm. £10-~£ l 2 (£8 £101. The master of the avant-garde music scene takes his rock/jazz/classical hybrid sound on tour. I Andy McCabe and Tourniquet Whistlebinkies. 4--6 South Bridge. 557 51 14. ‘)pm. Free. Whistlebinkies debut for rock act 'l‘ourniquet.
I Doolah, Penny Hollow and Dieselbone Merlot-Watt l'niversity l'nion. Riccarton. 451 5333. ‘)pm. Free. Things get a touch heavier at Heriot Watt's last live music night of the term with this triple bill of rock acts.
I Ntzu Bongo Club. 14 New Street. 558 7604. 10pm. £5. Progressive organic rock African style from a line tip of three bands.
I Ronnie Rootsie Carters Bar. Morrison Street. 623 702.3. ‘).30pni. Free. See Thu 15.
The dates listed below are for one-off or ticketed shows; see below section for free residencies. Gigs are listed by date, then by city. Performances will be listed, provided that details reach our offices at least eight days before publication. Jazz listings compiled by Henry Northmore and Kenny Mathieson.
I Addys d’Mercedes Renfrew Ferry. Clyde Place. 287 551 1. 8pm. £7.50 (£5). Scottish six-piece La Sonera Calaveras provide the support for this Cuban jazz performer. who mixes Latin grooves with African roots. Purl ()fSi (ii/m}.
I Kesha Tron Theatre. 63 Trongate. 552 4267. 8pm. £8 (£61. A gypsy-jazz ftisioii from violinists Lev Atlas and ()leg Ponomarev and guitarist Nigel Clark.
I Peter Griggs National Portrait (iallery. 1 Queen Street. 624 6200. 12.45pm. Free. New York guitarist Peter (iriggs combines elements ofjazz. classical and Brazilian music into his set.
I Chick Lyall Trio Henry's Jazz Cellat'. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8.30pm. £5. Progressive jazz sounds from keyboard player Chick Lyall. A classically trained composer. Lyall brings a notable sense of fortn and control to jazz composition.
I Jazz At The Trafalgar Suite Waterloo Buffet. 3 Waterloo Place. 556 75‘)7. 8.30pm. £3. Mainstream. progressive and experimental jazz from the resident trio of Ian Millar. Dominic Spencer and Des Travis. plus guests.
I Adan Pedrosa Tron Theatre. 63 'l'rongate. 552 4267. 8pm. £8.50 (£5). Cuban singer-songwriter hailed as a new talent. performing with special guest singer and dancer Toto La Moniposino. l’urr o/‘Si Cit/ml Pedrosa also hosts a free workshop on Thu l5 Nov at The Annexe. ‘)a Stewartville Street. For more information. call 0141 357 (i747.
I The Poets Of Rhythm The Arches. 253 Argyle Street. ()‘)01 022 0300. 10.30pm. £10. A live set froin these (icrnian groovei's at the funkiest of funk clubs. The Funk Room.
I Green Juice Henry‘s Jazz Cellar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. Midnight. £5. lilectronic break-beat jazz from (ireen Juice. featuring saxophonist Martin Kershaw. Willy Molluson and Sly Si. plus rapper Frosty J.
I Jazz ‘n’ Jive Club Fairmile Inn. 44 Biggat' Road. 312 8243. 8pm. £4 (£3). The West [ind Jazz Band joiti the Louisiana Ragtime Band for more traditional jazz.
0 A Tribute to Tommy Chalmers, Lindsay Cooper and Jack Duff Queen‘s Hall. Clerk Street. 668 201‘). 8.30pm. £10 £12 (£61. A tribute concert to three of Scotland's best loved jazz musicians. all of whom died this year. ()ld friends and colleagues line tip to celebrate their music. including Fat Sam’s Band and The Tommy Sampson Big Band. still fronted by the veteran band leader. now in his 80s. with special guests Craig McMurdo and Fionna Duncan.
I Pindorama Henry’s Jazz Cellar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8.30pm. £5. Hot Latin American jazz from this new group formed by members of Bra/illiance.
I Sam Newsome Quartet Dundee Rep. Tay Square. 01382 223530. 10.30pm. £4 (£2.50). New York soprano sax star plays exciting and eclectic jazz with a distinct World Music flavour in his own (ilobal L'nity band. but lines tip here with a top Scottish rhythm section.
I Hung Drawn Quartet Brel. 39—43 Ashton Lane. 342 4966. 3pm. Free. Raymond .‘vlacDonald. (irame Wilson. Keith lidwards and Allon Beauvoisin make up this imaginative all-saxophone quartet. Check otit their new Cl). Hey There. You Hm‘ers‘.
I Cuban Tasters Merchant Square. Candleriggs. 3.30—5.30pm. Free. Bands appearing iii the Si ('uhu.’ festival perform their blends ofjazz and salsa to tempt you along to the evening concerts. Performers include Rumba Caliente (Sat 17) and La Sonera Calaveras (Sun 18). I Omar Sosa Septet Tron Theatre. 63 'l‘rongate. 552 4267. 8pm. £8.50 (£5). Cuban composer and pianist Sosa creates a tnodern jazz fusion. with melodies and rhythms froin both Cuba and Africa. l’urr ()fSi (ii/m}.
I Celtic Cuban All Stars The Old Fruitmarket. Albion Street. 287 5511. ‘)pm. £10 (£5 1. A one-off with Scottish and Latin musicians coming together to fortn an eighteen-piece salsa-making behemoth. Salsa Celtica form the band‘s backbone. with Cuban and Venezuelan guests. I’ur! ofSi Culm.’.
I Melting Pot Henry's Jazz Cellar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. midnight. £5. Trumpeter Colin Steele (Midnight Blue Band) leads his six-piece through a dancefloor-minded jazz set. with the emphasis on ftiiik.
I Sam Newsome Quartet Henry’s Jazz Cellar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8.30pm. £7.50. See Fri 16.
I Cuban Tasters Merchant Square. Candleriggs. 2 4pm. Free. See Sat 17.
I Jim Clelland Trio with Bruce Adams and Kenny Paterson Eat Drink Man Woman. 24--36 King Street. 552 9227. 7.30pm. £5. High note trumpet specialist Bruce Adams and crooner Kenny Paterson join forces with this slick piano trio.
I Eric Bibb Royal Concert Hall. 2 Sauchiehall Street. 353 8000. 8pm. £13.50. Blues flavoured with southern folk and gospel frotn this master interpreter.
I Kesha Cafe Cossachok. Rtissiati Cultural Centre. 10 King Street. 553 0733. 8.30pm. £5 (£31. See Thu 15.
I Jazz At The Trafalgar Suite Waterloo Buffet. 3 Waterloo Place. 556 7597. 8.30pm. £3. See Thu 15.
I Bill Kyle’s SHJQ Human Be-ln. 2 8 West Crosscauseway. 662 8860. 9pm. Free. Shit Hot Jazz Quartet put together by drummer Kyle and featuring a rotating line-up of the best of lidinburgh‘s jazz players. such as Colin Steele. Briati Shiels. Brian Kellock. Jitntny Wood. and more.
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GWayne Krantz Henry‘s Jazz Cellar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8.30pm. £10. Wayne Krantz has tnade a big impression on his previous visits to lidiiiburgh with his power trio. The New York-based guitarist. whose C\' includes a late-‘)0s world tour with Steely Dan. combines jazz with rock influences in a free-wheeling improvisatory fashion. coming at you live and direct.