Music jazz listings

Thu 1 2, Edinburgh

I Out of the Bedroom Waverley Bar. I St Mary's St. ‘)pm~midnight. Free. See Thti 5.

I Beat Allstar funk jam The Beat Jan. Basement. I (‘hambers Street. 467 253‘). l()pm. £2 £3 tl'ree before £l()pm). Freestyle LllnkSlL‘l'S. Band lineup TBA.

Hamilton I Clyde Quartet Silyer 'I‘assie. Almada Street. 8pm. l’ree. See Thu 5.


I The BackBeat Band The Bridge Jan. Bar. 82 Sotith Bridge. 478 2510. ‘)piii. Free. See Fri 6.

I Trouble at the Blue Note The Beat Jazz Basement. l ('hambers Street. 467 253‘). l()pm. £2 £4 (free before £l()pml. l’aul ('awley signed by Soma's sister label. l‘t‘llclik Reeords makes an appearenee at 'l‘rouble. joined by Toby Shippey on trumpet and eongas and Raymond Harris on keyboard.


I Barbara Morrison (‘arnegie llall. liast Port. ()1383 3l4()()(). 8pm. £7.50. Appearing with ja/z greats like Kenny Burrell. Ray (‘harles and Dix/y (iillespie. Morrison knows a thing or two abotit quality iii/I. yoeals.


I Cathie Rae Quintet lithlCll l’ark ('entre. llowden. ()l5()6 433634. 8pm. £17.50 t£l4l. See Wed ll.

Saturday 1 4 '


I Stuart Brown Quartet Brel. 3‘) 43 Ashton Lane. 342 4‘)66. 3 6pm. liree. Drummer Stuart Brown leads this highly promising young quartet.


I Jazz Brunch The Bridge Jan Bar. 82 Sotitli Bridge. 478 2510. 2.30pm. l’ree. See Sat 7. There was also the uneonlirmed possibility ol‘ an eyening gig at here tonight featuring the award- winning Brian Kelloek Trio eheek with yenue to see it" it’s going ahead. I The Bridge House Band The Bridge Jazz Bar. 82 South Bridge. 478 25|(). ‘)pm. l‘ree. See Sat 7.


I All Day Jazz Breakfast The Bridge Jan Bar. 82 Sotitli Bridge. 478 2510. 2.30pm. liree. See Stiii 8.

I Allan Wylie’s Farewell Concert The Bridge Jan Bar. 82 South Bridge. 478 2510. ‘)pm. l-‘ree. Bridge regular Wylie is moying to Bareelona. See him oil with some trademark hip hop. trumpeting ja/l.

I USE The Beat Jan Basement. l (‘hambers Street. 467 253‘). l()pm. £2. High energy ja/l. tunk LllSltill with Brazilian inlluenees.

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I Cathie Rae Byre 'I‘lieatre. Abbey Street. ()l 334 475()()(). 8pm. £7. See Wed l l.

Monday 16


I Fionna Duncan and Friends .\le(’huill‘s. 4() High Street. 552 2l35. ‘)pm. Free. See Mon ‘).


I Cathie Rae Quintet Briiiitoii 'l‘lieatre. Ladyw ell Way. .\ltisselbtirgh. 665 2240. 7.30pm. L'lll (£7).

See Wed l l.

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I The Jam Session The Bridge Jazz Bar. 82 South Bridge. 478 2510. ‘)pm. Free. See Mon 9.

I Alan Wylie Quartet The Beat Jan Basement. l ('hambers Street. 467 253‘). l()pm. £2. See Thti l2.


I Sophie Bancroft and Tom Lyne The Beat Jan Basement. 1 ('hambers Street. 467 253‘). l()pm. £3. \'oealist Banerolt subtly weayes folk and ja/z inlluenees into a mix of standards and eontemporary numbers aeeompanied by Tom Lyne on bass.

Wednesday 18


I Bill Kyle’s Usual Suspects The Bridge Jan, Bar. 82 South Bridge. 478 25H). ‘)pm. Free. See Wed 1 l.

I Food for Thought The Beat Jazz Basement. 1 (‘hanibers Street. 467 253‘). l()pm. £3. Loeal boys Babaeool eook tip some l‘iision tun bletidiiig soundtraeks. meals and breakbeat.


I Duck Baker St Andrew's lit The Square. Off Saltmarket. St Andrew’s Street. 548 6020. See Fri 6.

I David Paul Jones - Something There The .-\rehe.s. 253 Argyle Street. ()‘)()I ()22 ()3()(). 8pm. £10 (£8l. Liye pert'ormanee by the DP] linseiiible tor the ol‘lieial Seottish launeh ol‘ l)a\ id Paul Jones' new (I). Sinner/ting Tht’l'fl


I Paul Mills GrooveStars The Bridge Ja/z Bar. 82 South Bridge. 478 2510. ‘)pm. Free. New York drummer. now resident in Seotland l‘ronts a l'resh line tip with his drumming and meal talents.

I Out of the Bedroom Wziyei'ley' Bar. I St Mary‘s St. ‘)pm midnight. l‘t'CC. See Thu 5.

I El Cometa All-Stars The Beat Jal/ Basement. l (‘hamhers Street. 467 253‘). l()pm. £3 £2 time before £l()pml. Iidinbtirgli's linest Latin-jazz. exponents. made tip l'roin members of Salsa ('eltiea. the liast ('oast Jau Projeet and l-‘reslily Squee/ed. bear down with heayy urban Latin rhythms. lidiiiburgh's layourite \‘ene/uelan singer. ('arlos Pena. proyides the \‘UL‘illS.

Hamilton I Clyde Quartet Silyer 'l‘tissie. Almada Street. 8pm. l-‘ree. See Thu 5.

The following details are for regular tree weekly dates: see main listings for one-off or ticketed shows. Gigs are listed by city, then by day. Residencies will be listed, provided that up-to- date details are supplied to us. Jazz Residencies listings are compiled by Ruth Hedges.


I June Love and Alan Pike liat Drink Man Woman. 34 King Street. 552 ‘)2()6. 8pm. Mainstream iii/l with yoeals.

I Danny Thompson Bahy (traiid.


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Israeli-born. London-based saxophonist Gilad At/inon has won a lot of admirers since he moved to the UK and set about demonstrating that he is a tan iinproviser with a fiery and inventive approach to his music. At/inon has also worked in high profile settings outside of ia//. including stints with The Blockheads and the dreaded Shane McGov-ran, but jazz is very much his first


He leads his own Orient House Ensemble in what is becoming an annual autumn Visit to these parts. Willi Frank Harrison on piano. Oli Hayhtirst on bass. and drummer Asal Sirkis. Their music incorporates a distinct flavour of the saxophonist and clarinettist's Middle Eastern roots alongside classic American

influences. (Kenny lvlathiesonl

I Gilad At/inoii plays at the lion Theatre. Glasgow. on Sun 8 Sep: East Ki/bride Arts Centre on Mon 5) Sop: Arts Centre. Paisley Tue 10 Sep.

3 7 lilmbank (lardens. 248 4‘)42. l().3()piti. :\ \y‘ide seleetion from this lounge pianist.


I Bobby Wishart and his Band Borders Books. 283 Buehanan Street. 222 77()(). 7.30pm. Leading _ia// saxophonist \Vislitit‘t Ll‘otils this otttlil.

I Stephen Duffy Trio The Stippel‘

(‘ltib. 70 Albion Street. 552 2200. 8pm.

Jall. while you dine l‘roni \‘oealist and pianist Dully leading this ja/I trio in a .\'at ('ole/l)iana Krall style.

I Danny Thompson Baby (il'ulltl (see Thu). l().3()pm. Lounge pianist. I Late’n’Live Quigley ‘s and Lowdown. I58:\ I66 Bath St. 331 4060. Midnight-3am. Late night Jan. Rhythm and Blues.


I Claire and Amy La Mirage Bar. Millennium llotel. (leorge Square. 332 67] l. 2 5pm. Sit baek and enjoy _i;i//

numbers with a drink or luneli (two

eourses for £5).

I Harry Margolis’ Miller Band L':\ll;telit‘. 27 \Vttlet'loo Street. 32l 32H). 2 5pm. Big band in the (ilL‘llll Miller Vein.

I Lauder’s Big Band Lauder\. Satteliieliall Street. 33| 5l8(). 2 5pm. The big band sound. with \‘oettls from I leather Wliitel'ord.

I George McGowan Orchestra liat l)i'iiik Man Woman tsee Thu).

2.3(l 6pm. liighteen-pieee big band.

I Shelagh Buchanan and the Sandy Taylor Trio The Supper ('lub tsee Thtil. 8pm. liiiioy ja/I from this renowned yoealist aeeompaiiied by one of Seotland's linest pianists w liile you dine booking on the number aboy e. I Late’n’Live Quigley 's and Lowdown. l58:\ I66 Bath St. 33l 4()6(). Midnight-3am. Late night Jan. Rhythm and Blues.

I Live Jazz Blaekl'riars. 36 Bell Street. 552 5‘)24. ‘).3(lpiii. Modern ia/l w ith llermie Longalong 7 Sep and Morph l4 Sep.