I Tim Barella Quintet Hoghead. l6 \Vest (ieot'ge Street. 35.3 6082. 8pm. Sa.\ophonist Barella fronts this outlit with liddie Toal on vocals. l-rom Sttii May 1‘).

I Live Jazz The Supper (‘1th (see Thu). 8pm. .\lusic while you eat with various pianists and singers providing some mellow jam and easy listening booking on the number above.

I Live Jazz Blackfriars. 36 Bell Street. 552 5‘)24. ‘).30pm. See Sun.

I Jazz DJ Baby (irand (see Thu). l0.30pni.


I Fionna Duncan with The Ronnie Rae Trio .‘yIc(‘huill‘s. 40 High Street. 552 2135. ‘)pm. .‘y'lainstream ja/./. tunes with this renowned singer.


I Live Jazz The ('lockwork Beer (‘o.. I l53~ l I55 ('athcart Road. 64‘) ()l84. 8.30 1 1.30pm. The Bob Dale Sottnd an old style crooner with his band on Tue ‘) Jill. and traditional ja/I lead by sasophonist Jenkins and the lan Jenkins (‘ombo on Tue I6 Jtil.


I Ruth Lambert liat Drink Man Woman (see Thu). 8pm. Performs pure jam in the style of Julie London.

I Danny Thompson Baby (irand (see Thu). 10.30pm. Lounge pianist.



I Live Jazz Henderson’s. 25 Thistle Street. 225 2 l 3 1. 7pm. Two fortnightly residencies on alternate weeks with jazz. from (ied and Doug and bosanova froin Defalinado.


I Live Jazz Henderson's (sec Thu). 7pm. Vat'ious artists drop in from the Jan (iuitar Duo and (iraham High to the l.auchlan Trio and Ian ('harlton. I Live Jazz and Blues w. J. Christies. 27 3| \Vc‘sl i’ot'l. 22l l0‘)‘). ‘)pm. \ai'ious artists provide the sounds.


I Toto and the Dexters Harry's Bar. Randolph Place. 53‘) 8l()().

3 5.30pm. Mainstream. with vocals from Fay l.evy.


I Live Jazz The Dome Bar and (irill. l4 (ieorge Street. 624 8624.

l 5pm. \'ai'ious artists every second Sttn l4 Jul only.

I Mel Zebra's Jazz Jam Banncrnian's. 2 l 2 (’owgate. 556 3254. 5 l0pnt. I)J Kaiso kicks off proceedings spinning the choicest ja// cuts. l-‘ollowed. at 7pm. by an informal ja/l jam session hosted by Miss '/.cbra herself.


I Diplomats of Jazz l.eslie‘s Bar. 45 Ratcliffe Terrace. 667 5957. 8.30pm. l‘rcc. Traditional ja/I.


I Swing 2001 Mall Shovel. (‘ockburn Street. 225 6843. ‘)pm. Swing at the longest residency in lidinburgh.

I Live Jazz Human Bc-ln. 2/8 West (‘rosscauseway 662 8860. ‘).30pm. With two new alternating residencies: blues. jaI/ and sottl vocals from Rowena on Tue ‘) Jul. With l.a/yboncs. a ja// standards trio on guitar. sax and vocals on The T6 Jul.


I Live Jazz Henderson's (see Thu ). 8pm. Ja/x from the l.auclilan Trio every other fortnight.


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 & World listings compiled by Norman Chalmers.


I The Be Good Tanyas and Darden Smith St Andrew 's In The Square. Off Saltmarket. St Andrew 's Street. 353 8000. 8pm. £l0. Happy (’anadian country combo on a return \ isit. this time with witty songwriting frotn established Testis-based singer Smith.


I La Boum lil Barrio. \‘t'estport. 22‘) 8805. l0pm. £3 (£2). Big. sunny afro-roots hand with members of the l’oo/ies. Mystery Jttice and other l{dinburgh-bascd outfits.

I El Cometa All-Stars The Beat Ja/I Basement. (’hanibers Street. 078l I 375374. ‘)pnt. £2 £3 (free before 10pm). Latin-jam esponents include members of Salsa (’eltica. the liast (‘oast Ja// Project and l‘reshly Squce/ed. lidinburgh's resident \cnc/uelan. ('arlos Pena. provides the vocals.


I Ceilidh Dance Riyerside (Tub. l-‘os Street. 248 3l44. 8pm. £6. live music from Last Tram tae Auchcnshuggle.


I The Wonderful Songs of Robert Burns The Tam ()‘Shanter lisperience. Murdoch's l.oan. ()l2‘)2 3l3205. 2pm. £5 (£4). children free. ()ld Blind Dogs \ocalisl Jim Malcolm performs a selection of songs from Scotland's hard.


I Tinto Summer School Concert l.anark Memorial Hall. St l.eonards Street. (ll 355 261000. 7.30pm. £5. Participants in the annual Tinto traditional tnusic course play liddlcs. Whistles. accordion clc.

Saturday 6


I Rebecca Malope The old l’ruittnarket. Albion Street. 287 551 l. l0.30pm. £l4 l 2 l. Raised on the streets of Johannesburg. .\lalope is now regarded as South Africa's greatest gospel singer. I’ul'l u/ [/H' (i/usgmi ./(I.‘.~ lt’sllt'u/.

I Allison Moorer St Andrew ‘s In The Square. Off Saltniarkct. St Andrew 's Street. 353 8000. 8pm. £10. The Alabama-born singer-song“t‘itc‘t"s ‘A Soft Place to l’all' featured iii the soundtrack to The Home Whisperer. I’ul‘l of [he (i/rlwoii' ./(1.‘.” JUN/Ila].

She-Haw play at the Tollbooth, Stirling, Sat 6 Jul

I East 5 West II ('al‘c (‘ossachok. Rtissian (‘ultural (‘entre. King Street. 553 ()733. 3pm. £5 (£3). Russian vocal ja/l quartet Alania with guitarist Nigel (‘lark and niulti-instrumentalist ()leg l’onoinarey. I’urt oft/1e (i/usgou‘ Ju.‘:_leytii'ul.

I Ceilidh Dance Riverside ('lttb. l‘ox Street. 248 3 l44. 8pm. £6. See Fri 5.


I Radio Sweethearts and She- Haw Tolbooth Theatre. Jail Wynd. 0l786 274000. 7.30pm. £6 (£4). Scottish country rockers featuring two ex-I’astels.

joined by ‘neo-billy" She-Haw.


0Northern Odyssey Bongo ('lub. New Street. 8.30pm. The Lush Rollers. ('roft .\'o Five and DJ Dolphin Boy in a night of Highland Roots and (’ountry Rock grooves.

I Kinrick Wee liolk ('lub. Royal Oak. Infirmary Street. 557 2‘)76. 8.30pm. £3. Fife-based. Danny Aw ard-winning group playing traditional and original songs from Scotland and Ireland.

I Tindorama iil Barrio. Westpot't. 22‘) 8805. |0pm. £3 (£2). A live set of traditional Brazilian songs.


I Rebecca Malope 'I'olbooth Theatre. Jail Wy nd, 0l786 274000. 7.30pm. £ l0 (£6.50). (iospcl music. Sec Sat 6.

Monday 8


I Scotland’s Heroes Tramway. Albert Drive. 287 3‘)()(). 8pm. £l0 (£6). l’rotn the States. lnlinity Dance Theatre. which includes dancers with and without disabilities. present a ballet which celebrates the MacMillan ('lan through music. \erse. song and dance. Narrated by limnty award-winning Andrew .\lac.\lillan. .S'mI/uml's Heroes incorporates the poetry of Robert Burns and Sir Walter Scott.


I Rod Paterson and Pete Clark Stirling liolk (Tub. Terraces Hotel. 4 Melville 'l‘crrace. 0| 786 472268. 8pm. £5 (£4). Well-kent dtio playing folk music with fiddle and vocals.

Tuesday 9

Edinburgh I Goat Stew lil Barrio. Westport. 22‘) 8805. l0pm. £3 (£2). l'pbeat. funky world

ja// from Latin America. Nigeria. Jamaica

and South Africa.

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I Songwriters Circle Tour King Tut's Walt Wah Hut. St Vincent Street. 22] 527‘). The Willard (irant ('onspiracy's Robert l-‘isher and friends share stories and song with spots from Steve Wynn. Walter Salas and Lambchop‘s Deanna \‘aragona.

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5' Dar Williams One of the finest. and wittiest. of the younger US songwriters. more from that country‘s east coast coffee house scene than the great bunch of c0untry-rooted singer.) songwriters also in Glasgow over the next fortnight or so. Williams (pictured) showcases her new album The Green Room. St Andrews in the Square, Glasgow, Thu 78 Jul.

Malinky Playing the last gig of the season at the Edinburgh Folk Club. Malinky bring the quality vocals of Karine Polwart (ex— Battlefield Band) and relative new boy Leo McCann on the Irish button box and whistle. Pleasance. Edinburgh, Wed 77 Jul.

Northern Odyssey Bringing Croft No Five and the Lush Rollers down the A9 and giving Edinburgh punters a taste off the funky folk fusion and country rock grooves of the current Inverness scene. Although not from the Moray Firth. Dolphin Boy DJs in sympathy. Bongo Club. Edinburgh. Sun 7 Jul.


I Ivan Drever and Duncan Chisholm Edinburgh liolk ('Ittb. (‘abaret Bar. The Pleasance. 650 234‘). 8pm. £6 (£5). ifs-\Vtilfstoite vocalist/gititarist Drever and fiddler (‘hisholtn perform in their popular dtio format.

I Dr Jones lil Barrio. I04 Westport. 22‘) 8805. 10pm. £3 (£2). A funky. soul- driven live set.


I Saline Boys and Friends Dttnfertnline l-‘olk (Tub. Thistle Tavern. Baldridgeburn. 01383 72‘)673. 8.30pm. £5 (£4). l.en \Voods is joined by (‘olin Jones. Kenny l-‘orsyth and Denis .‘ylackin for a night of Scottish and Irish music.


I Robin Laing The Star (‘Iub. Riverside (Tub. l-‘ox Street. 56‘) 7287. 7.30pm. £6 (£4). Traditional songs and ballads. plus a helping of I.aing's own songwriting. accompanied by guitar.


I Songwriters Circle Tour The Village. South Fort Street. 478 7810. £7. See Wed l0. .\'ow a regular venue. in the back bar.


I Peatbog Faeries 'l'olbooth 'l’heatt'e. Jail Wynd. 0l786 274000. 7.30pm. £8 (£5.50). A fusion of traditional tunes. pipes and fiddle with dattcc beats and grooves.

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