Music rock & pop listings

Wednesday 26 continued

I Mt Fingers, Caffeine and Too Young to Care King 'l‘ut'x Wait Wait Hut. 272a St Vincent Street. 22l 527‘). 8pm. £6. ()\er- |4x xhoxx. Skate punk lilie- iip l'rom another group (it eternall} n the road lellax “ith a taxte l'or gril/l) guitars and xhout_\ \ocalx. Woo hoo?

I Skindred, Modo, Templeball, Sooth and RPM 'l‘hc (Kitliotisc. l5 l'nion Street. 248 6606. 7.30pm. £6.50. ()\ er- l-lx slum. .\leta| line-up headed ll} the muscular xtridex ol Skiiidred. linilL’fl} ot reggae-touched puiilxxterx Dub War.

I The Bone Machine and Tergazzi Stereo (torinerl) \Vext l3tli). l2 l4 Kelxiiihaugh Street. 576 50l8. 8.30pm. £3. I The Medicine Room tire-I. .-\xliioii Lane. 342 4966. 8.30pm. Free. linpi'ox [)L'i'ltll'lllitllt‘t‘.

I Fidelio, Zebatemans and The Bold Young Bones Mob The ('ellar Bar. Ramada Jar\ ix (Ingram) Hotel. I00 Miller Street. liilo: 553 25l5. 8.30pm. Free.


I Biffy Clyro and Wildtype The Venue. l7 2| ('alton Road. 557 3073. 8pm. £7.50. (ilaxgoxx rock kids done good. \\ ho iiioxt xurprixingl} pla) their lirxt headlining lidinburgh date \xith their squall} but per\erted quiet lotid quiet rock

I Tobes of Hades Itaniieriiiaii‘x. .\'iddr} Street. 556 3254. 8.45pm. £3. Riixh tribute act.

I AC Rid aiiil lnveugh Katharsis Bongo (‘lub. H .\'e\\ Street. 558 7604. ‘liim. £4 (£3). Lot-iii i'moiii-iicx ..\(‘ Rid lioxt another rock \\ ith a blood) great braxx band in the llil\ at the Bongo.


I Beth Gibbons and Rustin Man Bai‘i'oxxland. 244 (iallou gate. 552 460l. 7.30pm. (‘ancelled due to prontotional coiiiiiiitinentx in liurope. Will be rescheduled for later in the )ear.

I Geoff Martyn and Lexxi King Tut's Wait Wait lltit. 272a St Vincent Street. 22l 527‘). 8.30pm. £0. See \Ved It).

I Splitbac, Drawn, Dionysus, Grain and Blob 'l'he ('athouxe. l5 l'nion Street. 248 6606. 7.30pm. £4.50. ()xer-l4s show. .\letal line-up.

I High Roller and Freefall Nice'n'SleaI). 42] Sauchiehall Street. 33.3 0637. 9pm.

I Cayto and The Scaramanga Six The l3th Note (‘al‘e. 50 60 King Street. 553 I638. 9pm. £3. Angular rock from (into. ably supported b} a Huddersfield- based band “ho pla) Moog-drenched garage rock.

I Minicholer and The February Solution Strau'berr) Fields. 56 ()xxxald Street. 0845 ()53 028‘). 7.30pm. £4. ()xer- |4x shim. .-\lt.rock and metal.

I Stonewhisper, Jeepstar and Destroy White Baby Dolls the (char Bar. Ramada Jarxix (Ingram) llotel. I00 Miller Street. Info: 553 25l5. 8.30pm. Free.

I Sticky Fingers Sttidio ()ne. (irosxenor Hotel. (irosxenor Terrace loll Byrex Road). 341 65l6. 9pm. Free. Rolling Stones tribute.


I Skindred, Blunht and Certain Death Studio 24. ('alton Road. 558 3758. 7pm. £4 (£3). See Wed 26 for Skindred.

I Critikill Baiinerman's. Niddr)‘ Street. 556 3254. 8.45pm. £3. Rock action with support still to be continued.

I Babacool and Squander Pilots lleriot-Watt L'iiiversity l’nion. Ricearton. 45l 5333. 9pm. Free. Double bill of indie \\illl eleetroniea from both bands for the student set.

I Out of the Bedroom \Vax'erle)’ Bar. I St Mary‘s Street. 557 l050. 9pm—midnight. Free. See Thu I3.

56 THE LIST 13—27 Feb 2003


Events are listed by date, then city. Submit listings at least ten days before publication to Ruth Hedges at, by post or by fax on 0131 557 8500. Listings are compiled by Ruth Hedges and Kenny Mathieson.


I Distant Cousins St Andre“ 'x in the Square. ol'l' Sallniarket. St .-\ndre\x ‘x Street. 5486020. 8pm. £6. .\ night ol bluex \\ itli Jim (’ondie.


0 Brian Kellock Plays Fats Waller Henr} ‘x Ja// ('ellar. S .\l(‘l'l'l\(tll Street. 407 5200. 3.301)"). £0. Scotlande loreiiioxt ja/l pianixt pl;i}x hix oun tribute to the feel-good. loot-lapping music (it Fatx \Vallcr.

I Out of the Bedroom \Va\ei‘le} Bar. I St .\lar_\'x Street. 557 I050.

9pm midnight. Free. Open mic xexxioii l'oi‘ lidinburgh-based singer-song“ ritei'x. ()i'igiiial muxic ()Ill} “ith the chance to record a set on tour track juxt bring a blank tape.


I Rhythm and Romance: a St Valentine’s Weekend of Jazz Si Andre“ 'x in the Square. ()ll Saltinai'ket. St :\lt(ll'L‘\\ \ Street. .543 002“. S3llplll. £45.95 llllL‘ sllppel'l. ll. lllltsle be the loud ol lme. pla) on . . . tuck into a romantic

\\ L'Cle'lltl ()l‘ja/l tunex. The Road It) Rll)llillt and Romance liighlightx the lighter side of Bing ('roxb} “line the Angie King Baiid ol'l'ei' a \aried repertoire Ulla/l weak.

I Stephen Duffy Trio The Supper (‘lub. Merchant Square. (‘andlei'iggx.

9pm midnight. Ja/I standards in the Diana Krall/(‘armen McRae tradition led b) singer/guitarixt Stephen Dull}. “llll Ste\ en ('outtx on guitar and Jamie Kilbi'ide on baxx. Booking ad\ ixed.


I Melting Pot llenr) 'x Jan (‘ellaiz 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. midnight. £5. 'l‘rumpetei’ (‘olin Steele (Midnight Blue Band) leads his xi\-piece through a dancelloor-minded ‘lit/l xei. \\ ith the emphasis on the milk.

I Lino Rocha Cabaret Voltaire. 36 38 Blair Street. 220 6|76. 5pm. Free. .\'e\\ ja/I e\p|orationx l'rom xiiigei' Rocha ax he mi\ex tip soul. funk and rap lor a potent \oeal mix.

0 Brian Kellock Plays Fats Waller llt‘lll'} ‘x Ja/I (char. 8 .\lorrixon Street. 467 5200. 8.30pm. £8. See 'l'hu l3.


I The Swingcats l’giixlc) Arts Centre. .\'e\\ Street. 887 Hill). 7.30pm. £8 (£4.50). Sn ing and ja/l standards in three-part hariiion} from the Six ingcatx aka :\l_\s()ll ()rr. Laura lillix and Nicola .-\uld.


I Songs for Swinging Lovers Dundee Rep. 'l‘a) Square. 0l3S2 223530. I0.30pm. £4.50 (£3.50). Homage to lose l‘roiii guitarixt Ke\ in .\lurra_\ 'x nexx ext quintet \\ itli xome of _\our laxourite tunes. I Jazz Club Dundee Rep. Ta} Square. (H382 223530. |0.30pm. £4.50 (£3.50).

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I Deke McGee Quartet 'l'ciiipo. liltlcrsllc Stieet. ()ll Sauchiehall SlrL'L‘l. 3.30pm Free. Saxophone led Rth quartet. I Rhythm and Romance: a St Valentine’s Weekend of Jazz (‘ai'c Source. at St Andieux in the Square. I St Andrew x Square. otl Saltmarlxel. 548 6020, 8.30pm. See Fri I4.

I Stephen Duffy Trio with the Sandy Taylor Trio The Supper ('lul). \lerehant Square. ('aiidlei'iggx.

9pm midnight. Sixiiigiiig |a// \ocalixt. Stephen Dull}. \\ ill) the acclaimed trio led b} pianixt Sand} 'l‘;i_\lor. Booking adxixed.


I Tony King Collective llL‘lll‘} 'x Ja/I (’ellai‘. S .\lori'ixon Street. 467 5200. midnight. £5. Freexi_\|e lunk \\llll \oealx l'i‘oiii 'l‘on) King. loi'iiierl} ol (ii'oo\cl)igga/.

I Cathie Rae Quintet lleiiix'x Ja/I (char. 3 .\lorrixon Street. 407 5200. 8.30pm. £6. (‘laxxical jaI/ \oeal repertoire sung b) one (it Scotland'x iiioxt personal xmgerx.


I My Bloody Valentine 'l‘i'oii 'l‘lieaiie. ()3 'l‘rongate. 552 4267. 9pm. £5 iiiuxic oiil_\ £20 with dinner. Stephen Dull}

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0 Brian Kellock Plays Fats Waller llenr} 'x Ja// ('ellar. S Morrison Street. 407 .5200. 8.30pm. £0. See 'l-lttl l3. I Bill Kyle’s Usual Suspects Human Be-ln. 2 8 West ('roxxeauxeua). 662 8860. 0pm. Free. K} Ie'x quartet. the l'xual Stixpectx. l'eaturing a rotating line tip of the best of lidinburgh'x ja/l pla_\ei'x xueh ax ('olin Steele. Brian Shielx. Brian Kellock. and Jimm} Wood is oll'ered a temporar) home alter the tire that

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I 4 Jazz (ia\in'x .\li|l. 3 (iaxin‘x Mill Road. .\lilnga\ ie. 056 2255. 8pm. Free. Quartet producing xxxiiiging ja/l standards l'eatui‘ing guitarixt Bob Sloan and \ocalixl ('ttmplk‘ll (‘onsldlltu

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0 John Etheridge’s Sweet Chorus Bi‘untoii 'l‘heatre. Lad} \\ ell \Va). .\ltixxelburgh. 665 2240. 7.30pm. £l2 (£9). (iuitarixt John litheridge p;t}s tribute to the legeiidar} \ ioliiiixt Stephane (irappelli. litheridge xpent l'ne )e-iirx in the \iolinixt'x band. but takes his (mn apporaeh to the laiiioux Hot ('lub xound. He is joined b} guitarixt Daie Kelbie. double baxxixt Pete Kubr_xk-'l'o\xnxend and the _\()ung Violinist (‘hrixtian (iarrick (xoii ()l pianixt Michael (iarrick).

0 Brian Kellock Plays Fats Waller Henry's Ja// (char. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8.30pm. £6. See Thu l3.


0 Brian Kellock Plays Fats Waller Henr) 'x Jan (char. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8.30pm. £6. See Thu I3. I Out of the Bedroom \Vaxerle} Bar. 1 St Mar} 'x Street. 557 I050. t)piii—-midnight. Free. See Thu l3.


The best jazz

I Sweet Chorus Gtiitarist John Etheridge made one of the unlikeliest swuches in jazz when he went from the electric Jazz-rock of Soft Machine to Stephane Grappelli's acoustic grotip in 1976. Etheridge pays tribute to the late Violinist Wllll this excellent quartet. featuring Christian Garrick on Violin. Dave Kelbie on rhythm guitar. and Pete Kubiyck Tlov-rnsend on acoustic bass. These dates are part of an extended Scottish tour. Brunton Theatre, Musse/burgli. Wed 19Feb; Tron Theatre. Glasgow. Mon 24 Feb. I Paul Harrison’s Cross Border Band Pianist Harrison launches a new project With two London-based friends. trumpeter Robert Robson and drummer Sebaastian de Krom (familiar in these parts from his work With Tommy Smith and the SNJO). Wllll Aiden O'Donnell on bass. The band Wlll be working in the studio this week on new musrc composed by Paul and funded by the SAC's Music Bursary Fund. They make their public debut in this gig. Henry's Jazz Cellar. Edinburgh, Thu 27 Feb.

I Brian Kellock plays Fats Waller Pianist Brian Kellock continues his series of gigs based on the name of iazz pioneer Fats Waller. Brian often plays Walter's tunes. espeCially the elegant 'Jitterbug Waltz'. and is expert at combining the grace and spirit of the originals With an exploratOry modernity that is all his own. Henry's Jazz CeI/ar. Edinburgh, 13—74, I 6. 79-23 Feb.


I The Love Triangle Cabaret Voltaire. 3638 Blair Street. 220 6l76. 5 r l0pm. Free. The ('ab'x earls-night jam session brings you xouiidx from a tic“ contemporar) -ja// trio.

I Rumba Caliente ltciiry‘x Ja/I ('ellar. 8 Morrixon Street. 467 5200. Midnight. £5. Six piece band lead by Salsa (‘eltica trumpeter Tub} Shippe}. prm iding the finest in hot rauneh) Latin sounds.

I The Scottish National Jazz Orchestra Play the Rare Music of Billy Strayhorn Queen's Hall. ('lerk Street. 668 20l9. 8.30pm. £l0—£l2 (£6—£S). The Scottish National Jaw ()rehestra celebrate the mUxie of Billy Strayhorn. one of the worlds greatest composers and arrangers. See panel.

0 Brian Kellock Plays Fats Waller Henry’s Jazz Cellar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8.30pm. £6. See Thu l3.