Music jazz listings
Jazz listings continued
Glasgow I Paul Towndrow and Friends Beei' ('afe. ('andleriggs. 552 9815. 2pm.
Free. Modern ja/l standards and originals from alto-saxophonist Tow ndrow.
I Subie Coleman Band llenry’s Ja/I (‘ellar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8.30pm. £5. Vocalist ('oleinan. who w as prey iously associated with ('afe (irafliti's .Midnight Bltie Band. fronts her own outlit. with blues. jam and soulful tunes.
I Bill Kyle’s Sh“ Hot Jazz Quartet ()xygen Bar & (irill. 3 5 lntiriiiary Street. 557 9997. 9pm midnight. Free. Drummer Bill Kyle's latest grouping. featuring I)oug Tiplady lsasesl. Paul Kirby lpianol and new 20-year-old bass sensation Key in (ilasgow.
I 4 Jazz Burnbrae. Milngay ie. 942 5951. 8pm. Free. Quartet producing swinging ja// standards featuring guitarist Boh Sloan and \ocalist ('amphell ('oiisidine.
I Jam Session 80 Queen Street Bar and Restaurant. 80 Queen Street. 2265097. 8.30 l l..30p111. Free. Open session \\ tilt the Day id Patrick Trio come and play or come to heat' a whole load of new talent.
I Millar-Spencer-Travis: Acoustic Standards Henry's Ja/l (‘ellaiz 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8.30pm. £5. (‘lassic modern ja/I repertoire from Miles to .\lo11l\.
Glasgow I Ronnie Findlay Trio with Madeleine Pritchard Bar 185.
COLIN STEELE PLAYS KIND OF BLUE
Last year was another very satisfying one for trumpeter Colin Steele, culminating in having his second album, The Journey Home, named album of the year by the jazz magazine Jazz Review. Colin and his partner, Kirsten Douglas, also had a new addition to the family, appropriately named Louis - wonder who inspired that choice? Colin’s explorations in combining jazz with Scottish folk influences have helped him find a distinctive voice in his music, but for these gigs he returns to the inspiration of another of his heroes, Miles Davis. (Kenny Mathieson)
I Henry's J82 Cellar. Edinburgh, Thu 5—Sat 7 Feb.
50 THE LIST 2)? .Jai‘. 5) 10117004
Buchanan Hotel. 185 Buchanan Street. 332 7284. 7.30pm. Free. Trio led by pianist Findlay playing the music of .Michel Petruccani. (‘edar Walton and Bill livans. plus originals. featuring the voice of Madelaine l’ritchard.
I Martin Kershaw Quartet llenry’s Ja/l (’ellar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8.30pm. £8. Yotiiig rising star fronts his quartet with soaring sax sounds.
I The Michael Deans Quartet Beer (are. ('andleriggs. 552 9815.
9 1 1.45pm. Free. See Thu 22.
C9 Niki King Septet Henry's Jan. (‘ellar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8.30pm. £8. See llitlist.
I Mario Caribe Quartet Blackfriars. 36 Bell Street. 552 5924. 8pm. £5. The Bra/ilian bassist mixes up a heady brew of Latin via/1..
0 Niki King Septet Henry’s Ja/l ('ellttt‘. (S Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8.30pm. £8. See Thu 29.
I Guest Band Night 80 Queen Street Bar and Restaurant. 80 Queen Street. 2265097. 9pm midnight. Free. See Fri 23.
I Rumba Caliente Henry's Jan (’ellar. «S Morrison Street. 467 5200. midnight. £5. Sis-piece band lead by Salsa ('eltica trumpeter Toby Shippey. providing the finest in hot. raunchy Latin sounds.
Glasgow I George McGowan and his Orchestra Merchant‘s ('orner. 18 John
Street. 552 3801. 2.30 5.30pm. Free. See Sat 24.
I Eddie Toal and Quintet ()‘Neill‘s. 71. Albion St. 5520822.
9 1 1.45pm. Free. See Sat 24.
I Campbell Considine and Stewart Harrison Duo The Supper (‘lub. Merchant Square. ('andleriggs. 9pm. Free. See Sat 24.
0 Bridge Bar Revisited Queen's llall. (‘lerk Street. 668 2019. 8pm.
£10 £12 (£8 £101. See “MN.
I Tommy Smith Youth Jazz Orchestra Henry's Jazz (char. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8.30pm. £6. SaXophonist Tommy Smith leads his 17 young proteges through a performance of music by Maria Schneider. (‘edar Walton. lillington. (iil livans. Basic and Mingus.
I BOQSt House Band 80 Queen Street Bar and Restaurant. 80 Queen Street. 2265097. 9pm midnight. Free. See Sat 24.
I Funkafize Henry's Jazz (‘ellar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. midnight. £5. (‘lassic. big dancelloor funk powered by .\'ew York drummer Paul .Mills.
Glasgow I Paul Towndrow and Friends Beer ('afe. ('andleriggs. 552 9815. 2pm.
l-‘ree. See Sun 25.
I EST The Arches. 253 Argyle Street. 565 1023. 8pm. £12.50. The hot ticket in current litiropean ja/z. with lisbjorn on keyboards. I)an Berglund on bass and Magnus ()strom on drums and percussion. See preview. I’ur/ o/t'e/Iit‘ ( 'omit't'lioii.v..
I Ronnie Rae Quintet Henry's Jal/ (‘ellar. 8 .\"1orrison Street. 467 5200. 8.30pm. £5. Bassist Rae has played with some of the greats but now prefers a more laid-back touring schedule.
I Bill Kyle’s Sh“ Hot Jazz Quartet ()xygen Bar & (irill. 3 5 Infirmary Street. 557 9997.
9pm midnight. Free. See Sun 25.
I 4 Jazz Btirnbrae. Milngavie. 942 5951. 8pm. Free. See Mon 26.
Café Source Trio ('afe Source. 1 St Andrew's Square. 548 6020. 8pm. Members free; visitors donation. ()pen stage musicians welcome as part of the Monday ('lub.
I Fat Sam’s Band Brunton Theatre. Ladywell Way. Mtisselburgh. 665 2240. 7.30pm. £1 1 (£8). Toe-tapping ja/l from the 30s. 40s and 50s from this nine-piece band led by Hamish Mc(iregor.
I Jam Session 80 Queen Street Bar and Restaurant. 80 Queen Street. 2265097. 8.30 .1 1.30pm. Free. See Mon 26.
I Ronnie Findlay Trio with Madeleine Pritchard Bar 185. Buchanan Hotel. 185 Buchanan Street. 332 7284. 7.30pm. Free. See Wed 28.
I The Michael Deans Quartet Beer ('afe. (‘andleriggs. 552 9815.
9 1 1.45pm. Free. See Thu 22. Edinburgh
I Colin Steele’s Kind of Blue
llenry's Jazz (‘ellar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8.30pm. £7. See panel. left.
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a Main Auditorium, Exhibition Hall, Strathclyde Suite All at (ilasgow Royal Concert Hall. 2 Sauchiehall Street. 353 8000
The Piping Centre 3(1—34 McPhater Street. (‘owcaddens 287 551 l
Tron Theatre 63'1‘rongate. 552 4267
The Quality Central Hotel 99 (iordon Street. 221 9680
The Arches 253 Argyle Street. 565 1023
Glasgow Cathedral Castle Street. 552 8198
Carling Academy 121 liglinton Street. 418 3000
I lain Anderson in Conversation The Piping (‘entre. lpm. £1. Lunchtime chat with guests and music from performers at (‘eltic ('onnections. I’url (iffy/lie ('mim'i‘lions. I BBC Radio Scotland Celtic Connections Exhibition Hall. 2pm. Free. Mary Ann Kennedy hosts a live show featuring the best of ('eltic and world music at this year‘s festival. I’ur! of ( t’llit‘ (initiations.
I Danny Kyle’s Open Stage lixhibition Hall. 5pm. Free. liach day (iibb Todd and Lil. (‘lark present new musical talent. At the end of the festival the winners are presented with ‘1)anny’ awards. l’m‘! (i/t‘e/lit' ('wnim'lions.
I Talks and Debates The Piping (‘entre. 6pm. Free. Mark Sheridan hosts a discussion with musicians commissioned to write for this year's festival. including Dick (iaughan. Donald Shaw. Wendy Weatherby and Jim Sutherland. l’urr urn/11v ('(Htllt't‘ll'mts'.
I Capercaillie and Susana Seivane Main Auditorium. 7.30pm. £14 £16. (iaelic folk/popsters in their 20111 anniversary year on home ground. I’url (ift't’lll't‘ ('mtltt't‘ll'mts.
I Four Men and a Dog The Arches. 565 1023. 8pm. £12.50. (‘athal Hayden and the Irish/American band re- form and release a new album May/w 'Iimighl. I’ur! arm/m (initiations.
I Fred Morrison and Jamie McMenemy and Paddy Keenan and Tommy O’Sullivan Stratliclyde Suite. 8pm. £12.50. Scottish and Irish pipers Fred and Paddy are joined by Scots. Brittany-based singer/bouzouki player Jamie McMenemy and Irish guitarist Tommy ()‘Sullivan. Part of (‘t'llit‘ ( ‘mtlu’t‘limts.
I John Tams and Barry Coope The Piping Centre. 8pm. £8. 'I'raditional. contemporary and political song from two veteran linglish vocalists. l’url of
( ‘(’/ll(‘ ( 'mtm’t‘linns.
I Karine Polwart and Jim Moray Tron Theatre. 552 4267. 8pm. £8. Young Scots vocalist Polwart sings from her powerful new album of self-penned songs. with a sis-piece band. .Moray puts a highly original slant on linglish tradition. I’ur! ott‘t'llit' ('mim't'limis'.
I Blazin’ Fiddles Barrowland. 552 4601. 8.30pm. £14. The entertaining line-up of top Highland tiddlers. Part of (‘t'llit' (‘mtlu't‘limtv