Music rock & pop listings
Monday 1 1 continued
I Strange Shaped Man, Ripcord and Blue Movie The 13th Note Cafe. 50—60 King Street. 553 1638. 8.30pm. £3. I The Nimmo Brothers Studio One. (irosy‘enor Hotel. (irosyenor Terrace. 341 6516. ‘)pm. Free. Blues.
I Acoustic Jam Sic-e'it‘Slea/y. 421 Sauchiehall Street. 33.3 ‘)637. ‘)pm. Weekly session with free home for performers.
I Voulez Vous chliyal Theatre. 13 -2‘) Nicolson Street. 52‘) 6000. 8pm. £1 |--£15 t£‘)~£ 1 3). ABBA tribute.
I Tiki Island Nicc’n‘Slea/y. 421 Sauchiehall Street. 33.3 ‘)637. ‘)pm.
I Stuart’s Session t'isge Beatha. 232 Woodlands Road. 564 15%. ‘)pm. Free.
I Gorky’s Zygotic Mynci La Belle Angele. Hastie’s('1osc. 225 7536. 8pm. £7 t£8). lngeniotis spaced-out psychedelic folk-rock from this shambling rambling btit charming otitfit. and they 're \Velsh.
I Louise l'sher Hall. I.othian Road. 228 1155. 7pm. £15.50 £17 50. See Mon 11. I American Festival of Blues Festiy‘al Theatre. 13 2‘) Nicolson Street. 52‘) 6000. 7.30pm. £9.50 £13.50 t£7.50—£1 1.50). A night of American blues. soul and roots. courtesy of Angela Brown & The Mighty 45s. litigene ‘Hideaway' Bridges. (‘atlish Keith and Michael Roach.
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I Jill Scott Barrow land. 244 (iallowgatc. 552 4601. 7.30pm. £17.50 pltts bookittg fee. Soul chantetise with a street funk sound so laidback that she has been known to forget to finish a song.
I Haven and The Crescent King Tut's Wait Wait Hut. 272a St Vincent Street. 221 527‘). 8.30pm. £5.50 plus booking fee. Hayen are a tipped new otttfit whose debut album of indie sounds is particularly reminiscent of Tray is. They cotild go a long way.
I The Magnficents, Aether Flux and Omniworld The 13111 Note Club. 261) ('lyde Street. 243 2177. 8pm. A 11e1pl3 benefit night with the focus on Moogish electronics of a most enticing yariety.
I Eyebolt, Secondskin and Fractal The 13th Note Cafe. 50 60 King Street. 553 1638. ()pm.
I Linda Fletcher & Band Brel. Ashton Lane. 342 4966. 8pm. Free. Playing a selection of loyc songs.
I Acoustic Open Stage The Halt Bar. 160 \Voodlands Road. 564 1527. ‘)pm. Free.
I Live Music Nice'n‘Slea/y. 421 Sattchiehall Street. 333 ‘)637. ‘)pm. Battle Of The Bands eyent. promoted by North (ilasgow .\1usic.
I Sempiternal l-loon, Pseudofunk and The Erratix Sttidio 24. (‘alton Road. 558 3758. 8pm. £4. Full on triple bill of funk with Varying degrees of rock thrown in for good measure.
I N-Force Da Ruffness Bongo (‘luh 14 New Street. 558 7604. 10pm. £3. the funky drum & bass at this benefit for Mexican street kids. also featuring l).1s mixing tip funk. hip hop and latin sounds. I The Peggy Vestas Bannermans. 212 (‘ow gate. 556 3254. ‘).30pm. Free. liccentric pop quirks from this local outfit.
GSlipknot, In Flames, American Headcharge aitd Downthesun Sli(‘(‘. Finnieston Quay. 0870 0404000. S()1.1) ()l’T. See preview for the mighty Knot who are hopefully planning their own brand of Valentine's Day musical massacre. I Chumbawamba King Tut‘s \Vah \Vah Htit. 272a St Vincent Street. 221 527‘). 8.30pm. £9 pltis booking fee. Veteran agit- poppers do their .shouty' left-wing stomp thing at this most romantic time of year.
I Eyebolt, Novasmoke, Fractal Jack, Throwswitch and Seth The ('athotise. 15 l'nion Street. 248 6606. 7.15pm. £3 faith 1. £3.50 (door). ()yet‘-14s show. Subtitled the Valentine’s Day Metal Massacre. Which is probably all the infortnation you need.
I Piebald, Rydell and The Day I Snapped The 13th Note ('Iub. 26()('1yde Street. 243 2177. 8pm. £5.50. ()yet'- 14s show.
I Rev Doc & The Congregation Studio One. (irosyenor Hotel. (irosyenot' Terrace. .341 6516. ‘)pm. Free. Trad R&B. I The Vagabonds The Scotia. 1 12 l 14 Stockw e11 Street. 552 8681. ‘)pm. Free. Popular coy ers.
I Jam Session Samuel l)ow ‘s.
67' -‘)1Nithsdale Road. 423 0107. 8.30pm. Free.
I Live Music The 13111 Note (are.
50 60 King Street. 553 1638. ‘)pm.
I Live Music Nice‘n'Slea/y'. 421 Satichiehall Street. 333 ‘)637. ‘)pm.
I Gene Pitney Festiyal Theatre. 13 2‘) Nicolson Street. 52‘) 6000. 7.30pm.
£15.50 £1‘).5()t£l3.5()»-£l7.50).The ‘24 Hours From Tulsa' star returns with a thirteen-piece orchestra and all his old hits. I Diaz, Maya29 and Blue Gum Ears La Belle Angele. Hastie's Close. 225 7536. 8pm. £4—-£5. [)ynatnic indie sty'lings from lidinburgh‘s Dial. and Maya2‘) who are joined by the Highlands' Blue (illlii liars.
I Jet Velour and Invisible Sun Heriot-\\'att l'niyersity l'nion. Riccarton. 451 5333. ‘)pm. Free. Funk with pop sensibilities from pianist/yocalist and former model Jet Velour and his band. Joined by Iain Petrie‘s latest incarnation gt'ooy ing. retro rockers lnyisible Sun at this student night.
Victoria Beckham appears at Festival Theatre, Edinburgh, Sun 10 Feb
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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.
6 Quadrant Henry's Jazz (‘ellatz 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8.30pm. £5. Pianist Paul Harrison leads this hot new quartet. also featuring the considerable talents of Konrad \Vis/niew ski (saxo- phone). Alun (‘osker (drums) and Ross Milligan (guitar).
I Indigo Bongo Club. 14 New Street. 558 7604. ‘).3()pm. £4. 1.iye jazz. and funk at this first birthday party.
I Glasgow Jazz Record Club l'nitarian (‘hurch Centre. 72 Berkeley Street. 221 3154. 7.30pm. £2 (£1 for members. with a £5 join tip fee). Jan. record club and discttssion group. yisitors welcome. Further details from Iirnie Speirs. 14 (ilendee Road. Renfrew. PA4 (1A1). 0141 886 294‘). Today I)ick Bltter presents ‘Sammy Nestico‘.
I Soundbone & The Funk-Out- Fit Henry‘s Jan. ('ellar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. Midnight. £5. New band from trombonist (’hris (ireiye with drummer Paul Mills that specialise in sotil. funk and jan. unsurprisingly.
I Vente d’Est Henry ‘s Jan (‘e11ar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8.30pm. £5. New jazz ensemble formed by guitarists lain ('arleton and (iraham High with yiolittisl Ian King.
I Quadrant Brel. 3‘) 43 Ashton Lane. 342 4966. 3pm. Free. See Thu 31.
I Blues Night The Arches. 253 Argyle Street. ()‘)01 022 0300. 8pm. £12. A feast of blues from American singer and muIii-instrumentalist Kristina ()lsen. Dutch guitarist Harts Theessink and Scotland's own Tarn White with his Shoestring Trio. Part of ( ‘e/tit' (imitations.
I Salsa Celtica and Blazin’ Fiddles Barrow-land. 244 (iallowgate. 552 4601. 8pm. £12.50. A night designed for dancing with the Latin ja/l sounds of Salsa ('eltica and fiddle may hem from Blazin' Fiddles. I.a Sonera (‘alay era warm tip the crowd in the support slot. l’ur! r)/'('('llit' ('rutiit'i'liwts.
I George Penman’s Candlelight Club (‘afe Source. at St Andrews in the Square. 1 St Andrews Square. Off Saltmarket. 548 6020. 8.30pm. £5. An ey‘ening of laid-back classic ja//. Booking essential if tneal is required.
I Subie Coleman Band Henry's Jan ('ellar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. midnight. £5. Vocalist Coleman. w ho was preyiously associated with ('afe (iraffiti's Midnight Blue Band. fronts her own outfit. with blties. jaw and soulful tunes.
I Brian Kellock Trio Henry ‘s Ja/z ('ellar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8.30pm. £6.50. If he was American. Brian Kellock would be a major name on the international scene by now. The pianist's 1.111251! I‘lr')tl'_\"s‘ album with this trio tfeaturing Kenny lillis on bass and John Rae on drums) has been uniycrsally
Paul Harrison’s Quadrant Paul Harrison is back in Edinburgh after a spell studying at the Guildhall in London. The pianists new group features the powerful saxophone playing of Konrad Wiszniewski. alongside another recent-ish returnee from the south. Ross Milligan. on guitar. and Alun Cosker on drums. Henry’s Jazz Ce/lar. Edinburgh. Thu 37 Jan.
’ Steve Kettley’s Odd Times Saxophonist Steve Kettley is a
familiar figure from bands such as the Cauld Blast Orchestra and Salsa Celtica but. surprisingly, this is the first time he has led his own group. It features a typically unconventional line up of sax. cello. bass and drums. Henry's Jazz Cel/ar. Edinburgh. Fri 8 Feb. ' ; American Festival Of The Blues TOuring package featuring a handful of fane American blues artists. including the punchy R88 of Angela Brown and The Mighty 45s. and the rootsy explorations of Eugene 'Hideaway' Bridges. Catfish Keith and Michael Roach. Carnegie Hall. Dunfermline. Sat 2 Feb: Fest/va/ Theatre. Edinburgh. Tue 72 Feb.
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OAmerican Festival of Blues (’arnegic Hall. liast Port. 0138.3 314000. 7.30pm. £12.50 l£10~£1 1 ). A night of American blues. soul and roots. courtesy of Angela Brown ck The Mighty 45s. littgene ‘Hideaway' Bridges. ('atlish Keith and Michael Roach.
I Kenny Davern Henry 's Jazz Cellar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8.30pm. £8.50. lixpect ftill on swing sounds from this traditional clarinettist with more modernist leanings.
I Jazz At The Trafalgar Suite \Vaterloo Buffet. 3 \Vatet'loo Place. 556 75‘)7. 8.30pm. £3. Mainstream. pt'ogt'cssi\c and experimental jau from the resident trio lan Millar. Dominic Spencer aitd I)es Tray is pltis guest appearances.
I Goddard Bongo (‘1ub. 14 New Street. 558 7604. 10.30pm. £3. These tip-and- coming funkstet's play a selection of original and classic tunes. featuring \ocalist .leretny (ioddard.
I Big Band Sunday! Howden Park (cutie. Howdclt. 01506 433634. 1-~3pm. £6 t£4); family ticket £18 t£12). A group ofyotmg musicians from Strathclyde l'ni's BA in applied music. winners of BB(‘