Music jazz listings
Jazz listings continued
I Freewheelers Henry's .la/x. ('ellat‘. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8pm. £6. Saxophonist Rob Hall and his cohorts.
I Bill Kyle’s Usual Suspects lltttnan Be-ln. 2 8 West (‘t'ossczttisevvay, 662 8860. 0pm. liree. Kyle's quartet. the [stall Sttspccts. featuring a rotating litte up of the best of lidinburgh's jazz players sttclt as (‘olin Steele. Briatt Shiels. Briatt Kcllocls. .limtny Wood is offered a tetnporary home. after tlte fire vvltich destroy ed Ky le's venue. the Bridge Jan Bat'.
I Ceolas and Kornog Royal Concert Hall. 2 Sattchiehall Street. 353 8000. 8pm. £14. .-\ dottble bill of ttttisic from Scotland and Brittany vvith high- octane (iaelic ntttsic and dynamic sounds from one of Bt'ittany"s most famous bands. l’uri urn/m ('mtm't‘limts‘.
I Lazy Bones Humatt Be-ln. 2 8 West ('rosscausevvay. 662 8860. 9pm. 1’ree. Jan standards and svving vocals frotn this guitar. sax attd vocal trio.
I Fionna Duncan Henry's Jan ('ellat'. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8pm. £6. ('lassic jal/ vocals from this vvell-established singer.
I Fat Sam’s Swing Band Bt'unton 'l‘heatrc. Ladyvv ell Way. Mttsselbttt'glt. 665 2240. 7.30pm. £10 (£7). Join l‘at Sam's vaing Band for toe-tapping tunes. covering jump-jive to .svv ing. from ja/l greats like (ilen Miller and hits Domino. I Live Jazz Henry’s Jan ('ellar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8pm.. :\l'll.\1 still to he confirtned.
I Out of the Bedroom Waverley Bar. I St Mary 's Street. 557 1050.
9pm tnidnight. Free. See Thti 16.
I Brian Kellock Trio Henry's .la/l (‘ellatz 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8pm. £7. The pianist is joined by Kenny lillis and John Rae for one of their regular outings at Henry's. vv here they" recorded their BB(‘ Jan Avvard vv inning ('1). Live at Henry's.
I Rumba Caliente Henry ‘.s Ja/l ('ellar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5201). 8pm. £5. Late night Latin action.
I Jazz ‘N’ Jive Club 1‘airmile lnn.
Another new name to add to the growing roster of visiting artists introduced to the Scottish public at Henry’s Jazz Cellar. Kolker is a saxophonist and clarinettist from New York City, and is also a professor at the University of Massachusetts. He has amassed an impressive list of sideman credits, including an eight-year stint with Latin-jazz star Ray Barretto, and appearances with the likes of the Village Vanguard Orchestra, the Maria Schneider Big Band, the Gil Evans Orchestra and small groups with trumpeter Freddie Hubbard, drummer Bobby Previte and pianist David
Kolker will lead a quartet on his two dates, and will also be featured alongside trumpeter Colin Steele (fresh from the recording of his new album) with Henry‘s regulars Melting Pot on the Saturday. (Kenny Mathieson)
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44 Biggar Road. 312 8243. 8 11pm. £4 (£3t. Louisiana Ragtitne Band attd Spirits of Rhythttt provide the double hill of mttsical action for tonight‘s clttb.
I La Sonera Calaveras Royal ('oncert Hall. 2 Sauchiehall Street. 353 8000. 1pm. £7.50. This nevvly-formed nine-piece specialising in (‘uban son play vv ith the Phatnie (iovy Battd as Part of (elite ('(mnvt‘lt'mts.
I John Burgess Meets the Percussion Section Brel. 3t) 43 :‘vshton Lane. 342 4966. 3 6pm. Free. .\'evv group from a Brel favourite featuring Sandro (‘hancio. Mario (‘aribe attd Xavier (‘hermi (‘oss itt this Latin ja/l fttsion.
I Scottish Guitar Quartet The Piping ('entt'c. 30 34 McPhater Street. ('ovvcaddens. 287 5511. 8pm. £8. t'nique blend of _ja/./. classical. vvorld music and (‘eltic sounds. featuring the talents of Jed Brockie. .\'igel ('lat'ls'. Malcolm Mcl5at'lane and Kevin MacKett/ie. This concert sees them performing nevv material frotn their soon to be released albttm 1-‘ait Accompli.
I Tommy Smith Youth Jazz Orchestra Henry's Ja/z ('ellar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8pm. £6. Saxophonist Tommy Smith began rehearsing this young big hand since last summer. attd they made a very impressive cattteo appearance iii the S.\'J()'s November gigs vv itlt l‘lorian Ross.
I Soundbone Hettry ’s la/l ('ellar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8pm. £5. Late night funk grooves.
I Sylvia Rae Henry ‘s Ja// ('ellar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8pm. £5. See Sat 18.
I Bill Kyle’s Usual Suspects llutttan Be-ln. 2 8 West (‘rosscausevvay. 662 8860. ‘)pm. Free. See Sun 1‘).
I Kings of Swing Palace 'l‘heatre. t) (it'een Street. 01563 554000. 7.30pm. £8.50 (£7.50). lixperience music of the legends of the lounge including hits such as ‘Moon Riv ct". ‘My Way ' attd more frotn this 16-piece svv itig band.
I Niki King Human Be-ln. 2 8 West (‘rosscztuscvvay. 662 8860. ()pm. l‘ree. ('ontemporary soul and nu ja/l vibes from Perrier Jan .-\vvard-vv inning singer. .\'ils‘i King. accompanied by Marcus 1‘ord for a laid back session.
I Mario Caribe Quintet Henry's Jan Cellar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8pm. £5. The bassist celebrates his nevv albuttt iii the company of special guest lidmundo (‘arneiro
I Breton Piano Trilogy - Didier Squiban Tron Theatre. 63 'l’rongate. 552 4267. 8pm. £8. Widely recognised as one of l-tance's most pioneering musicians. Didier Squiban performs the first part of his specially composed Breton Piano Trilogy. I’ur! o/(‘t'llit' (Miner/inns.
I Mario Caribe Quintet Hettry is Jan (‘ellatx 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8pm. £5. Sec \Ved 2‘).
I Out of the Bedroom \Vavet'ley Bar. 1 St Mary 's Street. 557 1050.
0pm midnight. Free. See Thu 16.
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I Celtic Connections The 10th anniversary of the eclectic (ilasgovv festival is based in the various venues (Main Auditorium. Strathclyde Suite. lixhibition llall. lioy'er etc) of the (ilasgovv Royal ('oncert Hall. vv here there are concerts. exhibitions. \vorlv'shops. talks. radio broadcasts. instrument and record stalls. ceilidh dances. open stages and schools events. Other venues include the Arches. Argy le Street; Piping ('entrc. McPhater Street: Old l-‘ruitmarket. Albion Street; St :‘vndrevv 's in the Square. St Andrevv 's Square: (ilasgovv (‘athedraL (‘astle Street: Tron Theatre. 'l‘rongatc: Barrovv land. (iallovvgate: Kittg Tut's “ah “ah Hut. St Vincent Street; 'l'ratttvvay. Albert 1)t'ivc;(‘ity Halls. (’andleriggs. The festival (‘lub. at the Quality (‘entral Hotel. opens from 10.30pm. vvith live music. bars attd food. 'l‘ickets aitd free programme of all events from the (iR('H ho\ office. 353 8000. See vv vv vv.celliccotmcctions.co.uk
I Danny Kyle’s Open Stage lixhibition Hall. 5pm. free. The first of this year’s ('eltic (‘onnections ()pen Stage events features vv innet's of the 2002 Danny .-\vvard Winners. including Sarah Hayes. lloogie. the Middcn. Jennifer Port. ('amltattaclt and Helen Reeves.
I Sinead O’Connor Main Auditorium. 7.30pm. £18.50. Priestess. tnotlter and musician. Sittead ()'(‘onnor performs material from her nevv album. Stunt-3m .Vtut.
I Alyth McCormack Tron 'l‘heatre. 552 4267. 8pm. £8. (iaclic attd linglish language singer .\1c('ormaclv opens this concert vv ith a reprise of her .M’ti' limes 2002 commission vv here she blends the recorded speech of her native Levy is vv itlt live music. The second half brings iii a group of top class tttusical friends.
I Concert by Candlelight (ilasgovv (‘athedral. 552 8108. 8pm. £15. l‘iddle master .-\ly Bain and the BT Scottish linsemble's collaboration. l‘t’l/Ult' Illt' .l/umivlultt'. had its debut in l‘)‘)5. Tonight they perform it again in a three suites dravving on Scattdittav iatt. Shetland attd Scottish sources.
I Old Blind Dogs Arches. 8pm. £12.50. ()riginating frotn the .-\bet'deen area. and novv featuring lidinburgh-based lead singer Jim Malcolm. the Dogs promote their latest album. l)anny avvard- vv inning group the Midden support.
I Andy Irvine with Rans Van Der Zalm and Sarah Hayes Strathclyde Suite. 8pm. £12.50. Irish singer and mandolin play er. e.\-P1an\ty and the liberty Belles and currently iit Patrick Street. teams tip vv ith Holland‘s \an der /.alm for tonight‘s concert. Support frotn Sarah Hayes.
I Master and Apprentice The Piping (‘entt‘e. 287 5511. 8pm. £8. Younger talents play vv itlt older hands on the scene. 'l‘oday' (‘roft .\'o 5 fiddler Adam Sutherland is teatncd vv ith Alasdair Fraser. and Back of the Moon's piper Simon McKerrell sqtiee/es bags vv ith 1-‘red Morrison.
I Mary Coughlan The Old l-‘ruitmarket. 287 551 1. Upm. £14. The sottlfttl. eclectic range of Mary (‘oughlan's vocal ability talvcs lter from traditional attd tttodern lrish songs to ia/l. blues attd country.
I Festival Club Opening Night The Quality ('cntt'al Hotel. 221 9680.
10.30pm late. £3.50. (‘eltic (‘onncctions launches its club nights. vvith live bands. food and bars. l.ive tttttsic presented by (iilib Todd.