I Heather MacLeod llenry \ Jal/ ('ellar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8.30pm. £6. Intimate vocals from this talented singer. described as having a 'creamin curvaceous voice'.
I The Bridge House Band The Bridge Jan Bar. 82 South Bridge. 478 2510. ‘)pm. l-‘ree. See Sat 16.
I Fleamarket The Beat Ja/I Basement. 1 ('hambers Street. 467 253‘). 10pm. £2 before 1 1pm. £3 before midnight and £5 after. Tight local outfit playing their own kind of big band funk.
I Hotclub (‘afe (‘ossaehok. Russian ('ultural (‘entre. 10 King Street. 553 0733. 8.30pm. £5 (£3). ()leg l’onomarev on violin and Nigel (‘Iark on guitar present a programme of Latin-tinged
I All Day Jazz Breakfast The Bridge Jan Bar. 82 South Bridge. 478 2510. 2.30pm. 1-‘ree. See Sun 17.
I Petter Wettre Trio/Quintet Henry‘s Ja/l. (‘ellaiz 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8.30pm. £10. See Fri 22.
I Dyad The Beat Jan Basement. 1 (‘hambers Street. 467 253‘). 10pm. £2. 1-‘ree flow ing jaz/ fusion reminiscent of the Headhunters. featuring Doug 'l'iplady
I The Jam Session The Bridge Ja/l Bar. 82 South Bridge. 478 25l0. ‘)pm. l‘rec. See Mon 18.
I The Flip The Beat Jan Basement. 1 ('hainbers Street. 467 253‘). 10pm. Free. See Mon 18.
I Brian Kellock Trio Henry 's Jazz (‘ellalz 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8.30pm. £7 £8 1‘ri. lidinburgh's world class piano trio make one of their regular
visits to Henry‘s. where they recorded the (‘D which won them Best Album in the BB(’ Ja/z Awards earlier this year. Brian’s sensational dtio gig with Tommy Smith at the lidinburgh Jan Festival is also set for imminent ('1) release on Tommy‘s own Spartacus label.
I Lee Konitz The Bridge Jan Bar. 82 Sotith Bridge. 478 2510. 7.30pm. £10. Lee Konitz is one of the great names in
jazz. and his late addition to the Bridge
programme is a major coup. Konitl's cool. dry sound on alto is instantly identifiable. and he has proved over and over again in the course of 5()-plus years in jam that he is one of the really great improvisers. He plays here with Brian Shiels (bass) and Bill Kyle (drums).
I Liquid Sounds The Beat Jazz Basement. 1 (‘hambers Street. 467 253‘). 10pm. £3. Local hip hop/drum & bass outfit to get the pulses racing with live sounds coming from piano. double bass. drums and guitar.
I Jack Emblow and Tony Compton The Piping (‘entre. 30-34 Mcl’hater Street. (‘owcaddens. 287 551 1. 10pm. £‘)--£l0. Accordion is not exactly a central instrument in the ja/l. tradition. but Jack limblow is a masterly player. He is joined by a second box player. Tony ('oinpton. with with Ricky Steele (bass) and Ken .\lathieson (drums).
I Lee Konitz The Bridge Ja/z Bar. 82 South Bridge. 478 2510. 7.30pm. £10. See Wednesday 27.
I Brian Kellock Trio Henry ‘s Jazz. ('ellzll‘. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5201). 8.30pm. £7 £8 l-‘ri. See Wed 27.
I Out of the Bedroom Waverley Bar. 1 St Mary's Street. 557 1050. ‘)pm»midnight. Free. See Thu 14.
I The Goat Stew World Jazz Party The Beat Jazz Basement. 1 ('hambers Street. 467 253‘). 10pm.
£2 £3. World roots. afro beat and Latin flavoured ja/./ from Toby Shippey 's new six piece band.
Hothouse Flowers play Usher Hall, Edinburgh, Sat 16 Nov
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 8. World listings compiled by Ruth Hedges and Norman Chalmers.
I Mambo Tango ('uba None. John Street. 552 3505. ‘)pm. Free. 1)] ()stra prov ides Latin. soul. ftmk. hip hop and reggae sounds.
I Out of the Bedroom Waverley Bar. St Mary‘s Street. 557 1050.
‘)pm midnight. Free. ()pen-mic session for lidinburgh sitiger-songwriters. ()riginal music only.
I June Tabor Royal (‘oncert Hall. Sauchiehall Street. 353 8000. 8pm. £12.50 (£10). lingland's bittersweet vocal diva with her superb piano/viola/aecordion accompanying duo. and a repertoire covering everything from ancient ballad to Sondheim.
I Ceilidh Dance Riverside. by Halfpenny Bridge House. off Kelvin Drive. 341 0844. 8pm. £6. Live music from last Tram to Auehenshuggle.
I Ceilidh Dance St Bride's ('entre. ()rw ell Terrace. 346 1405. 8pm~midnight. £7 (£5). Amnesty International hosts a fundraiser with music from the l.ismore (‘eilidh Band. Tickets available from Amnesty. Jeffrey Street. 557 2957.
I Venture Scotland Fundraising Ceilidh Dance Assembly Rooms. (‘ieorge Street. 220 434‘). 8pm lam. £10 (£5 l. Advance tickets 475 2305. Venture Scotland celebrate their 15th anniversary. .\lll.\lL‘ from the Manning Nora (‘eilidh Dance Band.
I Kathleen Graham The Hub. ('as‘tlehill. Royal Mile. 473 2000. 7.30pm. £16 including dinner. Young Scots singer/harp player performs before and after supper.
Saturday 1 6 '
I Ceilidh Dance Riverside. by Halfpenny Bridge House. off Kelvin Drive. 341 ()844. 8 1 1.45pm. £6. See Fri 15.
I Hothouse Flowers t‘sher llall. l.othian Road. 228 l 155. 8pm.
f l 2—£16.5(). (‘eltic roots/rock from the Dublin boys.
I Boo Hewerdine The I’Ieasance (‘abaret Bar. The l’leasance. 623 0168. 8pm. £7 in advance £8 on door. lis- Richard Thompson Band guitarist and songwriter tours his latest album. Anon. I Charity Ceilidh St Bride's (‘entre. ()rwell Terrace. 346 1405. 8pm—midnight. £8 (£5). Artlink hosts a ceilidh dance. .\lusic from the Scotch Snap (‘eilidh Band. A signed copy of JK Rowling's Harry Potter and the ('lium/n’r ofSei‘reIs is up for auction.
I Peggy Seeger St Andrew‘s In The Square. ()ff Saltmarket. St Andrew's Street. 548 6020. 8pm. £8 (£4). Legendary American singer. song collector. songwriter. banjo player. folklorist and partner of the late liwan .\lc(‘o|l on a now-rare (ilasgow visit.
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Dolly Parton She gave her name to the Roslin sheep (the Institute guys had a sense of humour — it was cloned from a mammary cell) but she also appears on Altan's latest album. and they on hers. The queen of Dollywood is a great singer and she's in Scotland for two gigs. Clyde Auditorium, Glasgow. Tue 26 and Wed 27 Nov.
Femi Kuti His father established himself as a major force in Nigerian music. and his celebrated son tackles the corrupt politics and racial problems of the continent's biggest country in his up-front songs fusing west African rhythmic roots and western contemporary styles. Arches. Glasgow. Wed 20 Nov.
Fiddle 2002 Scotland's biggest festival of the folk violin. brings together bands like Deaf Shepherd and Jock Tamson's Bairns. solo fiddlers as in traditionaiist Aonghas Grant. young blood John McCusker. or ex-Loyko virtuoso Oleg Ponomarev in a weekend of concerts workshops. masterclasses. talks. sessions and ceilidhs. See preview. Assembly Rooms. Edinburgh, Fri 22—Sun 24 Nov.
I Lev Atlas ('afe (‘ossachok. King Street. 5530733. 8.30pm. High quality Russian. .»\rmenian and (iypsy fiddle music.
I Bram Taylor Wee l-‘olk Club. Royal ()ak. Infirmary Street. 557 2‘)76. 8pm. £5. The tiny venue presents the humorous linglish club favourite.
I Allison Moorer Queen's Hall. (‘lerk Street. 668 201‘). 8pm. £14 (£12). Leading country star with her band.
I Invention Ensemble Ramshorn Theatre. Ingram Street. 552 348‘). 1.15pm. £2.50. Engaging original music fusing jazz. classical. rock. world music. theatre and the occasional puppet.
0 Femi Kuti The Arches. Argy le Street. ()‘)01 022 0300. 8pm. £15 (£131. Son of a lainous Nigerian singer l-‘ela. the young Ktiti fronts a powerful. politicised. highly danceable Afro-beat band. See pre\ iew
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