Music jazz listings
Sunday 9 continued
I Brian Molley Quartet Blackfriars. 36 Bell Street. 552 5924. 9.30pm. Free. Young saxophonist Molley fronts this foursome.
I Jazz Afternoon ()loroso. 33 (‘astle Street. 447 8722. 1 4pm. Free. See Sun 2.
I Toto’s Jazz Trio The (iolf Tavern. Duke Street. I.eith. 2.30 4.30pm. Free. See Sun 2.
I Paul Harrison/Graeme Scott Trio Henry's Jalz (‘ellar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5201). 8.30pm. £5. .\'ew “‘10 from piano/organ player. Harrison. “‘11th already making major waves despite his modest years and guitarist (iraeme Scott. together with Alyn ('osker on drums.
I Eddie Walker Wee Folk (‘lub. Royal Oak. Infirmary Street. 557 2976. 8.30pm. £3. ()riginal folk-blues from this singer and exceptional ragtime guitarist.
I Bill Kyle’s Sh" l-lot Jazz Quartet ()xygen Bar «5’; (irill. 3 5 Infirmary Street. 557 9997. 9pm. Free. See Sun 2.
Glasgow I 4 Jazz (iavin's Mill. 3 (iavin's Mill Road. Milngavie. 956 2255. 8pm. Free. See Mon 3.
I What’s New Henry’s Jan. ('ellar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8.30pm.
£6 £8 (£4). First in a series of fund raisers in aid of the Fiona Duncan Vocal Jazz Workshops. featuring some of the best up and coming singers in Scotland. I Jam Session 80 Queen Street Bar and Restaurant. 80 Queen Street. 226 5097. 9pm midnight. Free. See Mon 3.
I Millar-Spencer-Travis Henry's Jan. (‘ellar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8.30pm. £5. See Tue 4.
I Average White Band The (iarage. 490 Sauchiehall Street. 332
l 120. 7.45pm. £14. Popular soul band from the 70s.
0 Tommy Emmanuel Queen's Hall. (‘lerk Street. 668 2019. 7.30pm. £14.50. .»\ustralia‘s revered finger picker plays through a dazzling range of styles. taking in jazz. blues and country. Dickinson opens the concert with his own distinctive vocals and slide guitar work. I Brian Kellock Trio Henry's Jazz (‘ellatz 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8.30pm. £7. Award-winning trio fronted by internationally respected pianist Kellock. with John Rae on drums and Kenny Iillis on bass.
I Fleamarket Funk ('abaret Voltaire. 36 38 Blair Street. 220 6176.
1 lpm 3am. Free. See Wed 5.
I Jim McOuat Quartet Bar I85. Buchanan Hotel. 185 Buchanan Street. 332 7284. 7pm. Free. See Thu 30.
I Brian Kellock Trio Henry‘s Ja/./ (‘e11ar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8.30pm. £7. See Wed 12.
I Chaos Theory Iluman Be-In. 2 8 West (‘rosscausewayg 662 8860. 9pm. Free. ('haos theory host this week's showcase of underground .\'u Soul and Funk musicians.
62 THE LIST 130 Oct <13 Nov 2003
Folk & world
Events are listed by date, then city. Submit listings at least ten days before publication to Ruth Hedges at email@example.com, by post or by tax on 0131 557 8500. Listings are compiled by Ruth Hedges and Norman Chalmers.
0 Vocal Baobab The Arches. Argyle Street. 565 1023.8pm. £13 (£111. Havana-based band. heard in the (iloriaRolando filtn [ﬁves oft/iv Rainbow. in rich vocal harmony. with Afro-('uban chants. and inﬂuences from rap. hip hop and reggae. Start of Si ('ulm and Big Big World.
I Clutha Live at the Star. St Andrews in the Square. off Saltmarket. St Andrew's Street. 548 6020. 7.30pm. £6 (£41. A welcome return to performance for this important Scottish band. initially formed in 1964. (ireat tunes and songs. and authentically powerful vocals from (iordeanna Mc(‘ulloch.
0 Sonorita Tron Foyer Bar. Tron Theatre. 10pm 1am. £3. Late-night dance grooves in the bar. Part of Si('u/m and Big Big World.
I The Zulu Open Mic ()'.\‘eill's. Sauchiehall Street. 353 4371.
9pm midnight. Free. See Thu 16.
I Grand Union Orchestra Queen‘s Hall. ('lerk Street. 668 2019. 8pm. Bhangra. Babylon and the Blues. the latest collaboration from the (irand I'nion Orchestra is with virtuoso Indian instrumentalists. singers. percussionists and jazz soloists. plus six Scottish musicians.
I The Mighty Elephants Human Be-In. West ('rosscauseway. 662 8860. 9pm. Free. Toby from Salsa (‘eltica introduces his new band at this weekly showcase of underground .\'u Soul and Funk.
0 Countdown to Celtic Connections Royal ('oncert IIall. Sauchiehall Street. 353 8000. 7.30pm. £10l£8). Kick-starting the countdown to (‘eltic (‘onnections 2004 is the pairing of great Scots band Jock Tams‘on's Bairns with ace Irish fiddler Kevin Burke (Patrick Street. Open House and ex- Bothy Band) in support. The evening features a pre-concert instrumental session in the bar. and a free post-concert ceilidh dance with live band. First of a series of four (‘ountdown concerts.
I Kathy Stewart, Ken Kennedy and the John Hinshelwood Band The State Bar. 148 Holland Street. 332 2159. 8pm. £4. Bluegrass. country and folk from Borders-based .\'ew York songwriter Kathy Stewart and her sometime collaborators.
0 DJ Lubi and Rumba Caliente (‘uba .\'orte. John Street. Information 248 6543. 9pm £6. Non-stop dance. Part of Si ('ulm and Big Big World.
0 Quinteto Caliente Tron Foyer Bar. Tron Theatre. 10pm~1am. £3. Late- night dance grooves in the bar. Part of Si ('idm and Big Big World.
I Hallowe’en Ceilidh (‘oitier Theatre. IIyndland Street. 357 3868. 8pm. £5. Hallowe‘en ceilidh dance with celtic folk rockery from the I’icts.
I Ceilidh Dance Riverside ('lub. Fox Street. 2483144. 7.45pm. Mitsic from Rerr Terr.
I Ceilidh Dance (‘aledonian Brewery. Slateford Road. 228 5688. 7.30pm. £8. The Marwicks play in aid of Port Iidgar Sailing (‘1ub.
I Samba Ceilidh Albert Ilalls. Dumbarton Road. 01786473544. 8pm. £8—-£ 10. Halloween dance with Beat That drummers and the I.omond (‘eilidh Band.
0 Omar Sosa Trio Royal ('oncert Ilall. Sauchiehall Street. 353 8000. 8pm. £12 --£l4. The stunning composer/pianist leads his new (‘uban jazz outfit and draws from cha-cha grooves. hip hop beats and intense melodic invention. Part of Si ('u/m and Big Big World.
0 Cubanite (‘uba .\'ortc. John Street. 9pm. £10l£8). Information 248 6543. Salsa workshops during the day. then the sell-out Salsa night frotn Manchester‘s I.owry Theatre. Part of Si ( him and Big Big World.
0 Clave Y Guaguanco Renfrew Ferry. (‘lyde Place. 8pm. £13.50 (£1 1.50). Information: 429 1010. The roots of ('uban folklore. African religion and traditional instruments and drums from a typical .\'oche de Rumba. Part of Si ( ‘ubu and Big Big World.
6 Las Sonoritas'l‘ron Foyer Bar. Tron Theatre. 10pm. £3. Late night dance grooves in the bar. Part of Si (trim and Big Big World.
I Charity Concert Night Mugtloek (‘ountry Park. ('raigallian Road. Milngavie. 956 6100. 7.30pm. £12.50. Iivening of music and fun with Alistair Macdonald. with proceeds going to the First Marquis of Montrose Society.
I Great Gospel SI-Z(‘(‘. l-‘inuiesion Quay. 0870 040 4000. £14.50. With (iospcl IIeirs. (iospel (iathering (‘hoir and Freedom \‘oice lI'SA ).
I The Zulu Open Mic Brunswick (‘ellars. Sauchiehall Street. 331 1820.
4 7pm. Free. See Thu 30.
I Ceilidh Dance Riverside ('lub. Fox Street. 248 3144. 7.45pm. See Fri 31. Live bands.
I Cliar Queens Hall. ('lark Street. 668 2019. 8pm. £12(£10).(ireat(iaelicsix- piece band lead by singer Arthur Cormack. and fiddler Allan Henderson.
0Yusa Royal ('oncert Ilall. Sauchiehall Street. 3538000. 7pm. £10 £12. A hit here last year. Yusa is a (‘uban singer/ songwriter lwith her bandl whose simple sophistication and bittersweet lyrics encapsulate modern ('uba. Part of Si ('u/m and Big Big IliH'ld.
0 Orishas The Arches. Argyle Street. 565 1023. 9pm. £12 (£10). Latino hip hop fusion. Part of Si ('ulmand Big Big World. See panel page 60.
GOuinteto Caliente Tron Foyer Bar. Tron Theatre. 10pm. £3. Late-night dance grooves in the bar. Part of Si (‘u/m and Big Big World.
I Oiamanda Galas Royal ('oncert Ilall. Sauchiehall Street. 353 8000. 7.30pm. £1 1 7 £14. The diva with the astonishing multi-octave voice creates a gospel of despair. desolation and redemption in a new work. I-‘miry is dedicated to Aileen Wuornos. the lesbian prostitute executed for murder. l’uri of (i/us'griv.
I Lev Atlas and Neil Wilson (‘at‘e (‘ossachok Russian ('ultural ('entre. King Street. 5530733. 8.30pm. £3.\'iolin and guitar in a classical/folk fusion.
I The Zulu Open Irish Trad Sessions Waxy ()'('onnor's. West (ieorge Street. 354 5154. 4 7pm. Free. Acoustic instrumental jigs and reels.
I Remember Shakti t‘sher Ilall. I.othian Road. 2281155. 7.30pm. £12-£18.50. The legendary Shakti reformed in the late 90s around tabla player Xakir Ilttssain and guitarist John .\Icl.aughlin. with the additional of electric
Si Cuba! Marvel at Omar Sosa and Yusa's (pictured) extemporisations; j0urney into the deep Afro-Cuban folk roots of Clave y Guaganco; or dance to everything else, ending up with the late night salsa sessions in the Tron over the weekend. Si Cobal, Glasgow, Thu 30—Sun 2 Nov.
Countdown to Celtic Connections Starting the build up to the annual new year event with the first of four major folk concerts at the GRCH, where a pre-concert session in the bar. and a ceilidh dance afterwards are included in the ticket price. Scotland's Jock Tamson’s Bairns kick off the series. supported by the great Irish fiddler from the Bothy Band and Patrick Street. Kevin Burke. Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow, Fri 37 Oct.
The Carrying Stream Festival Saluting the sadly missed Hamish Henderson — poet. socialist. academic. and Scotland's champion of traditional song, music and folklore. England's Martin Carthy headlines a powerful line-up of talent including virtuoso piper Gordon Duncan and singers Sheena Wellington. Alison McMorIand and Geordie McIntyre. P/easance, Edinburgh, Fri 7—Sun 9 Nov.
mandolin player 1' Shrinivas and percussionist \' Selvaganesh. Indian classical/jau fusion and beyond. played by world class musicians. See preview.
I Tom McConville Wee Folk (‘luh. Royal Oak. Infirmary Street. 557 2976. 8.30pm. £3. Iingaging fiddler and singer from Iingland's north-east.
I La Panda Facundia til Barrio. West Port. 229 8805. 1 1pm 3am. Free. Live Spanish folk and flamenco music followed by Fiesta I.atina.
I Oh Susanna! The Arches. Argyle Street. 565 1023.8pm. £10. Best known for her harrowing murder ballads. Su/ie spent her youth listening to everyone from lilla Fit/gerald to Pete Seeger. She released a debut album in 1997. followed. in 1999. by her critically acclaimed Johnstow n album with (‘ow boy Junkies producer Peter Moore. l’ur! ol(i/u.vgu_v.
I The Zulu Live Music Bash The Stand. \Voodlands Road. (18711 601) 611.55. 7pm. £3.50. Fortnightly tnttsic and comedy mix. Phone for details.