Music jazz listings
I Alan Wylie Quartet Canvas. 62 Albion Street. 552 2101. 8pm. £5. Hard- edged jazz from trumpeter Wylie.
I Gaya (iiimorehillG 1 2. 9 University Avenue. 330 5522. 8pm. £6 (£4). A collaborative piece between choreographer lirick Valentine. mime artist Elspeth Dickie. musicians George l.er (double bass). Raymond .‘viacdonald (sax) and Stuart Brown (drums/percussion) exploring our spiritual and material existence through movement and sound. I The New Blues Surfers Studio 1. (irosvenor Hotel. Byres Road. 341 6516. 9pm. Free. Local five-piece blues band.
I Fionna Duncan Quartet Henry‘s Jazz Cellar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8.30pm. £5. Renowned vocalist Duncan presents a varied repertoire ofjazz backed by her great new trio.
I Bob Sheppard Quartet The Bridge Jazz Bar. 82 South Bridge. 478 2510. 9pm. £8. See Wed 26. See panel. I Scott, Harrison and Cosker The Beat Jazz Basement. 1 Chambers Street. ()7811 375374. 10pm. £2—£3. Covering classic blues from the greats of the 50s and 60s.
I Hot Charanga Sauce Henry‘s Jazz Cellar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. Midnight. £5. The startling Latin voice of Carlos Pena fronts a new group playing Brazilian son music — with Carrie McKenna (flute). Dave Patrick (piano) and Mario Caribe (bass).
I Laura MacDonald Quartet Henry's Jazz Cellar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8.30pm. £5. Contemporary
jazz from this rising Scottish saxophone
star. whose regular quartet also features Chick Lyall on piano.
I Bob Sheppard Quartet The Bridge Jazz Bar. 82 South Bridge. 478 2510. 9pm. £8. See Wed 26. See panel.
I Subie Coleman Henry‘s Jazz Cellar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. Midnight. £5. Vocalist Coleman. who has previously worked with the Midnight Blue band. delivers mellow ballads through to uptempo R&B cuts.
I The Piano Trio The Bridge Jazz Bar. 82 South Bridge. 478 2510. 2.30pm. Free. See Sat 22.
QAtomic Henry's Jazz Cellar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 3200. 8.30pm.
£6 £7. A welcome return for this excit- ing Norwegian quintet.
I Bob Sheppard Quartet The Bridge Jazz Bar. 82 South Bridge. 478 2510. 9pm. £8. See Wed 26. See preview panel.
I Blues and Jazz Night Millennium Hall. (iartoeharn. 7.30pm. £4.50 (children free). Featuring Wendy Weatherby and herjazz band. Alasdair ‘Fingers' Robertson. Dave ‘Bluesman' Dick ch Blind Jim Gilbert and the Kevin Delta Blues Band.
I The Glenn Miller Tribute Orchestra (iaiety Theatre. Carrick Street. ()1292 6| 1222. 8pm.
£11.50 £12.50 (£10.50--£1 1.50). Popular jazz and swing hits from the 40s with this renowned orchestra who perform in uniforms of the time.
Glasgow I The Big Blues Jam Studio I. (irosvenor Hotel. Byres Road. 341 6516.
56 THE LIST 20 Jun—4 Jul 2002
6pm. Free. See Sun 23.
I Duo Jazz Brunch The Bridge Jazz i Dates listed below are for one-off
Bar. 82 South Bridge. 478 2510. 1.30pm. Free. See Sun 23.
0 Atomic Henry‘s Jazz Cellar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8.30pm. £6—£7. See Sat 29.
I Jazz at the Wafalgar Suite
Waterloo Buffet. 3 Waterloo Place. 556 7597. 8.30pm. £3. See Sun 23. I Bob Sheppard Quartet The Bridge Jazz Bar. 82 South Bridge. 478 2510. 9pm. £8. See Wed 26. See preview anel. I The Flaming Nerve The Beat Jazz Basement. 1 Chambers Street. ()781 1 375374. 10pm. £2 between 1 1pm—1am (free at all other times). Original funky sounds.
I The Jam Session The Bridge Jazz Bar. 82 South Bridge. 478 2510. 9pm. Free. See Mon 24.
I Firing Line The Beat Jazz
Basement. 1 Chambers Street. 07811
375374. 10pm. £2 between 11pm—1am (free at all other times). A new quartet playing hard swinging jazz.
I Ian Millar and Dominic Spencer
The Scores Hotel. 76 The Scores. 8.30pm. £3. See Mon 24.
I George and Angie The Beat Jazz Basement. 1 Chambers Street. ()781 1 375374. 10pm. £2 between 10pm—lam
(free at all other times). Standards with
Angela King on vocals. George King on piano and Kenny Ellis on bass.
I The Standard Bearers Henry‘s Jazz Cellar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8.30pm. £5. A jazzjam session with the Standard Bearers lead by drummer Pat Quinn and loads of guests.
I The Usual Suspects The Bridge Jazz Bar. 82 South Bridge. 478 2510. 9pm. Free. Focusing on the hottest young jazz players in Scotland. all lead by Bill Kyle on drums as they run through a series of standards.
I The Voices The Beat Jazz Basement. 1 Chambers Street. ()7811 375374. 9pm. £2—£3 (free before 10pm). Funk fuelled gospel meets breakbeat. with support from DJ Professor Plastic.
I Kent Duchalne The Star Club. Riverside Club. Fox Street. 569 7287. 7.30pm. £6 (£4). A night of blues from the steel guitar maestro.
I Brian Shiels Tl‘io Henry‘s Jazz Cellar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 52(X). 8.30pm. £5. Debut performance from the bassist‘s new trio supplying surprising takes on jazz standards.
I Independence Day! The Bridge Jazz Bar. 82 South Bridge. 478 2510. 9pm. Free. American drummer Paul Mills is now based right here in Scotland. and brings in a line-up of top local players in a funky. jazzy. USA party style.
I El Cometa Allstars The Beat Jazz Basement. 1 Chambers Street. 0781 1 375374. 9pm. £2—£3 (free before 10pm). Edinburgh's finest Latin-jazz exponents. made up from members of Salsa Celtica. the East Coast Jazz Project and Freshly Squeezed. bear down with heavy urban Latin rhythms. Edinburgh‘s favourite Venezuelan singer. Carlos Pena. provides the vocals.
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 a. World listings compiled by Norman Chalmers.
2019. 7.30pm. £9.50 (£7.50). Todd
.. Gordon and Louise Holden host this
evening ofjazz. blues. folk and world music in aid of the Drake Music Project Scodand.
I Post-Carnival Party The Tall
I West End Festival Until Sun 30 Jun. Various Venues. West End. 341 0844. Annual multi-arts festival boasting a mixture of live music. theatre. comedy. children‘s events. street party and carnival.
I Vertical Records Showcase
Cottier Theatre. Hyndland Street. 357 ' 3868. 8pm. £8. A showcase from the
Glasgow-based roots label featuring demon fiddler Aidan O. Rourke's Sunhoney — fusing dance and traditional music — with antipodean guitar maestro Andrew White. and secret guests. Part of the West End festival.
I Mick West and Frank
; McLaughlin The Star Club. Riverside
Club. Fox Street. 569 7287. 7.30pm. £6 (£4). Powerful traditional Scots songs given a contemporary twist from West. in a duo setting with just one of his band.
I Traditional Music Concert East Kilbride Arts Centre. Old Coach Road. 01355 261000. 7.30pm. £5 (£2.50). Fiddlers. tin whistlers and singers play live. Part of National Children 's Ar! Day.
Wednesday 3 7
I Ceilidh Dance Riverside Club. Fox Street. 248 3144. 7.30pm. £6. Live music
from the Pentland Ceilidh Band. Edinburgh
I Fete de la Musique (Music Day) lnstitut Francais d‘Ecosse. Randolph Crescent. 225 5366. 5—1 1pm. Free. in France. Fete de la Musique or Music Day is a national celebration of the summer solstice. Concerts all day long. ranging through classical music. French and Scottish traditional. contemporary. jazz and folk.
I Guitars Galore Hyndland Parish Church. Hyndland Road. 341 ()844. 3pm. Free. Guitarists from West End schools perform a mix of world music. Par! ofrhe West End Festival.
I Ceilidh Dance Riverside Club. Fox 3 Street. 248 3144. 7.30pm. £6. See Fri 21.
0 Zuba and La Sonera Calaveras Cottier Theatre. Hyndland Street. 357
; 3868. 8pm. £9. African-rooted world
dance sounds from Zuba and the up- dated sounds of Cuban son from La
5 Sonera Calaveras. Par! aft/1e West End
Festival. See preview.
Edinburgh 3 I Orcadian Night Skerries Seafood
Restaurant. Dunstane House Hotel. 4 West Coates. 337 5320. £29.95 inc three- course meal. A celebration of ()rcadian food. culture and authentic music in
; honour of the St Magnus Festival. I Amy Geddes and Michael Bryan The Hub. Castlehill. Royal Mile.
473 2000. 7.30—10pm. £16. Dinner concert featuring traditional Scottish fiddle with guitar and vocals. Ticket
includes two-course meal and glass of
wine. Bookings on 0131 473 2067. I Tam White, Phamie Gow,
Narmonise and the David Patrick
Trio Queen's Hall. Clerk Street. 668
Ship At Glasgow Harbour. Stobeross Road. ()781 4966207. £6. When the sun goes down. the Glenlee comes alive with
the sounds and colour of samba. African
beats. Trinidadian steel pans. street performers. food and drink. Part of the West End Festival.
I Midsummer Music Queen’s Hall. Clerk Street. 668 2019. 7.30pm. £9.50 (£7.50). A Benefit for the Drake Project's
work with people with disabilities. Folk.
jazz. blues and world music from Tam White. Phamie Gow. Harmonise. and the David Patrick Trio. information from
Drake Scotland on ()131 444 2608. i I Allison McMorland, Geordie
Mcintyre and Kirsty Potts Wee
’ Folk Club. Royal Oak. lnfirmary Street.
557 2976. 8.30pm. £3. Scots songs and
ballads froin the fatnily of respected
tradition singers. I Cotopaxistar Bongo Club. New Street. 558 7604. 8pm—lam. £4 (£3).
1 Live acoustic sets from bands including
Gingergreen. Riley Briggs and more.
I The Listening Room The Blue Blazer. Spittal Street. 229 5030. 8—10pm. £2 suggested donation. Acoustic. unplugged folk and rock played by a changing line-up of local and visiting songwriters. and hosted by Peter Michael
Rowan. Tonight's guest is Polly Phillips.
Dunfermline I Be: Mission Carnegie Hall. East Port. 01383 314000. 3pm. £6 (£4).
Britain‘s leading black gospel group.
I Scottish Country Dancing Marryat Hall. City Square. 01382 434940. 7.30—10.30pm. £1.50—£3.50.
. The Royal Scottish Country Dancing Society Dundee host an evening. with
music from the Maple Leaf Band.
I Brian Peters and Gordon
; Mall Stirling Folk Club. Terraces
Hotel. Melville Terrace. 01786 472268. 8pm. £5 (£4). Two very popular folk club visitors from England‘s north-east. with songs accompanied by melodeon. Anglo-
concertina. guitar and flute.
I Summerfest TWO RSAMD.
Renfrew Street. 332 5057. 1pm. Free. Students and staff of the RSAMD‘s
Scottish Music course take you on a trip to the West of Scotland.
I Traditional Music Showcase RSAMD. Renfrew Street. 332 5057. 7.30pm. Free. but ticketed. Gaelic and Scots song. and traditional instrumental music on pipes. fiddle. harp. accordion. flute and percussion. performed by students from the RSAMD‘s BA Scottish
0 Kesha Cottier Theatre. Hyndland Street. 357 3868. 8pm. £7. Star quality guitar and violin. Nigel Clark (guitar). ()Ieg Ponomarev (violin) and Lev Atlas (violin) perform Russian. gypsy and Klezmer music. Parr aft/1e West 15nd Fesfi l 'a 1.
; Edinburgh I Brian Peters and Gordon
Tyrall Edinburgh Folk Club. Cabaret