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qttintet. I Kenny Paterson (‘uba Norte. l4 John Street. 552 3505. 4 7pm. Free.
See Sun 13.
I Colin Steele Quintet Tron Theatre. 63 'l'rongate. 552 4267. 8pm. £8.50 (£7.50). See Thu 17.
I Jazz Brunch 80 Queen Street Bar and Restaurant. 80 Qtteen Street. 226 5097. 2 5pm. Free. See Stiii 13.
I Jazz@Lunch 80 Queen Street Bar aitd Restaurant. 80 Queen Street. 226 5097. 2-5pm. Free. Lunchtime jazz with the Robert l’ettigrew Trio kids welcome.
I Medobe/McKenzie Henry’s Jazz (‘ellar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8.30pm. £5. liuropean jazz flavours meet world and contemporary music. I Paul Kirby 'h'io ()xygen Bar & (irill. 3 r5 Inﬁrmary Street. 557 9997. 9pm midnight. Free. See Sun 13.
I New Orleans Joymakers llarbour Arts Centre. 1 l4 1 l6 llarbour Street, 01294 274059. 7.30pm. £5 £4 (£3). l'p-tcmpo. New ()rleans-style jazz froin this popular Scottish jazz hand.
I Borders Big Band Wynd Theatre. Buccleuch Street. 01896 820028. 8pm. £8. The band turns its attention to sizzling swing favourites featuring the music of Duke lillington. (‘ount Basie. Benny (ioodman and (ilenn Miller.
Glasgow I 4 Jazz Burnbrae. Milngavie. 942 5951. 8pm. Free. See Mon 14.
I Jam Session 80 Queen Street Bar and Restaurant. 80 Queen Street. 226 5097. 8.30 1 1.30pm. Free. See Mon
I What’s New Henry‘s Jazz (‘ellar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8.30pm. £6. Mike Rogers presents some of the best tip and coming musicians in Scotland with the Tom Finlay Trio.
I Bill Kyle’s Sh“ Hot Jazz Quartet ()xygcn Bar 8; (irill. 3 5 lnﬁrntary Street. 557 9997.
9pm midnight. Free. See Ttie 15.
I Three Candiru 'I'chai-Qvna. 42 ()tago Lane. 357 4524. 8pm. £1.50. See Wed 16.
I Tangalo llenry‘s Jazz (char. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8.30pm. £5. Taking on tango with jazz. this fusion is a breathless force featuring Phil Alexander on piano. Mario (‘aribe on bass and Javier ('hernikoff on drtttns.
I The Michael Deans Quartet Beer ('afe. (‘andleriggs. 552 9815.
9 1 1.45pm. Free. See Thu 10.
0 Kevin Murray Quintet Henry‘s Jazz (‘e11ar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8.30pm. £5. New quintet featuring music of composer/musician Kevin Murray with Mario (‘aribe on bass. John Rae on drums. ﬁddle arid percussion. Sandy Wright on guitars. Alan Sutherland on keys and Mr Murray on mandolin and guitar.
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0 Capercaillie ()ran Mor. (ireat Western Road. 08700 132652. 8pm. £15. The ﬁrst of two nights when Karen Matheson and (‘apercaillie bring their (iaelic/(‘eltic folk pop to the West lind Festival
I Tod’s Assembly Live at the Star. St Andrew's in the Square. off Salttnarket. St Andrest Street. 548 6020. 8pm. £6 (£4). Music and song rooted iii the traditions of Scotland. the Borders and Northtttnbria featuring Frank McLaughlin on guitar. Julie-Anne Kay on (‘larsach. Stewart liardy on ﬁddles. and vocals from (iillian MacDonald.
0 Capercaillie ()ran Mor. (ireat Western Road. 08700 132652. 8pm. £15. See Thu 10. Part oft/iv 112’s! [27H] Festival. 0 Naga Mas (‘ottier Theatre. llyndland Street. 357 3868. 7.30pm. £8 (£6). A programme of Javanese and contemporary music. played by the (ilasgow-based gamelan group. Part of the 112's! [271d l‘t’Slfl'llL
0 Zuba ()ran Mor. (ireat Western Road. 08700 132652. 8pm. £8 in advance -£10 on door. Two performance spaces in the one venue (see (‘apercaillie. above). Reggae/acoustic roots dance grooves frotn the (ilasgow-based band of musicians from Liberia. Zimbabwe. the Basque (‘ountry and Scotland. l’urt nit/iv ll’t'st liml l-kvtivul.
I Catherine O’Halloran Band with Peter Michael Rowan Tron Theatre. 'l‘rongate. 552 4267. 9.30pm. £8. Acoustic sitiger/songwriters.
0 Baka Beyond Queen's llall. (‘lerk Street. 668 2019. 8pm. £14 (£12). Afro- linglish outﬁt with their hit fusion of sounds from the Baka people of West Africa and Europe's ('eltic fringes.
I The Popular Reciter St (‘ecilia‘s Laigh. (‘owgate 7.30pm. £6 (£4). The Scottish Storytelling (‘entre presents ‘Albert atid the Lion'. ‘l)esperatc l)an Mc(irew‘ and more a night of rhyming tales from Scotland's top tale-tellers. Information 556 9579.
0 Koshka ()ran Mor. (ireat Western Road. 08700 132652. 8pm. £8 in advance. £10 on the door. Two superheated ﬁddles and a cool guitar. (iypsy jazz and beyond from ex-Loyko Russian virtuoso ()leg l’onomarev. violinist Lev Atlas. and guitar star Nigel ('lark. I’urt rift/iv Wes! lint] I'i’s'tivul.
O Kathryn Williams (‘ottier Theatre. llyndland Street. 0870 220 l l 16. 8pm. £15. Folk-flavoured acoustica from the celebrated young linglish singer. Part of the West lint] I't’stt'vul.
OJack Casey Brel. Ashton Lane. 342 4966. 2pm lam. Free. Smart bass player leads his avant-folk/funk/pop band. l’urt n/itltt' ll’m‘t liml I'i'slii'ul.
0 Scottish Voices ( ilasgow l'niversity ('hapcl. l'nivcrsity Avenue. 330 4092. 5.30pm. Free. ‘(‘eltic Knotwork' by liddie McGuire atid works by other Scottish composers. l’urt nit/iv 112's! liml I'i'stivul.
I Orient House ('arnival Arts. 2nd Floor. Albion Street. 552 8637. 8pm. £5.
Belly dancers and musicians in a day celebrating Middle liastern culture. With drumming by [)hol in Ftision and Bhangra l)Js.
I Rumba Caliente Leith Links. 3pm. Free. Salsa soul frotn Salsa (‘eltica’s Litto Rocha and trumpeter Toby Shippey.
I Leith Folk Club The Village. South Fort Street. lnfortnation 478 7810. 7.30pm. £5. Special Leith Festival line- up: Tich Frier. Allan Johnston. John Johnston. Fozzie Sayers and Barry Stalker. and Blueﬁint.
I Ceilidh Dances at the Caley (‘aledonian Brewery. Slateford Road. 228 5688. 7pm. £6 (£5). Music from the Sandy Legget Battd.
I Canty St Andrew‘s in the Square. off Saltmarket. St Andrew’s Street. 548 6020. 7.30pm. £9 £13 (£8.50 £6.50). The 13th century anthology (‘antigas di Santa Maria Miracle includes troubadour stories and songs of love. performed here by the admired vocal group. joined by William Taylor on harp and reader (iillean h'lcl)ougall.
I Angus Lyon, Ruaridh Campbell and Eilidh Grant Lismor. I)umbarton Road. 3pm. Free. Accordion-led Mcliwan’s Session.
I The Clachies Bar 185. Buchanan llotel. Buchanan Street. 332 7284. 5pm. Free. Regular Scottish and Irish traditional music session.
I Sara Grey and Kieron Means Wee Folk (‘1ttb. Royal Oak. lnﬁrtnary Street. 557 2976. 8.30pm. £3. ()ld-timey American music and banjo frotn mother and sort.
Glasgow I Yaman 'l‘chai-Ovna. ()tago Lane. 357 4524. 8pm. Free. Sitar music.
I Me Suena Tu Cara The Doric Tavern. Market Street. 225 1084. 9pm. Free.
0 Eliza Carthy ()ran Mor. Great Western Road. 08700 132652. 8pm. £10 in advance £12 on door. Borders-based Mercury Music prize nominee. singer and ﬁddler and daughter of Martin. Support from Heather Macleod. Part rift/iv M’s! 15ml l‘i’k'lfl'lll.
I Folk’n’Friends The (‘anons‘ (iait. (‘anongate. 556 4481. 9pm. Free. informal weekly folk club.
Wednesday 1 6
Glasgow 0 Fine Friday Brel. Ashton Lane. 342 4966. 8pm. Free. Top young trio consists of lidinburgh’s Anna Wendy Stevenson (ﬁddle). Ireland's Nuala Kennedy (flute) and ()rkney's Kris l)rever (vocals and guitar). PUI'I oft/re West 15ml festival. La Sonera Calaveras ()ran Mor. (ireat Western Road. ()8700 132652. 8pm. £8 in advance -£10 on door. Dance to (‘uban ‘son‘ frotn the seven-strong Glasgow-based band. I’urt ()flht' Hits! [5111/ festival. I St Andrew’s in the Square Ceilidh Dance St Andrew's in the Square. off Saltmarket. St Andrew’s Street. 548 6020. 7.30 10.30pm. £5. Tuition given. I Song Session (‘al‘e Source. St Andrews in the Square. St Andrews Square. off Saltmarket. 548 6020. 8.30pm. Free.
folk & world listings Music
:’ Glasgow’s West End Festival pushes out the folk boat with two launching concerts by Capercalllie in the new Oran Mor, and appearances by the John McCusker Band (pictured) with Kate Rusby, Martin and Eliza Carthy. Fine Friday. Croft No Five. the Incredible String Band and Bert Jansch, to namecheck but a few. Various venues. G/asgow, Thu 70—Sun 27 Jun.
Baka Beyond Musicians from six countries join the original afro-celt fusion band who take the rainforest to the machair in their original dancey take on West Africa and the West Highlands. Queen ’3 Ha//, Edinburgh, Fri 17 Jun.
Joe Burke The veteran ‘box‘ player (button accordion) who has downed a glass with every Irishman who ever played a tune. The living legend is here with his musician wife Anne for a couple of concerts. Edinburgh Folk Club, Wed 7 6 Jun; Live at the Star, Glasgow, Thu 77 Jun.
0 Joe Burke lidinburgh Folk Club. (‘abaret Bar. The Pleasance. 650 2349. 8.30pm. £6 (£5). Legendary star of the Irish accordion brings music and stories — and his wife.
0 Joe Burke Live at the Star. St Andrew's in the Square. off Saltmarket. St Andrew’s Street. 548 6020. 8pm. £7 (£5). See Wed 16.
I RSAMD Music Concert The Piping (‘entre. McPhater Street. (‘owcaddens. 287 551 1. 7.30pm. Free. Showcase of instnimental and vocal music. Scots and Gaelic. hosted by students frotn the BA (Scottish Music)
I La Bottine Souriante Paisley Town Hall. Abbey (‘lose. 887 1010. 7.30pm. £10 (£8). Astonishing Quebecois nine-piece play French trad on accordion. ﬁddle and frets. with an added horn section. Now with new singer and foot percussionist. btit still one of the tnost invigorating battth
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