I Vieux Carre Royal ()yer-Seas League. 100 Princes Street. 225 1501. 12.30pm. £5. The 'l‘yneside band play the best in trad jazz favourites.
I Starbucks 8. All That Jazz Starbucks. 106 (ieorge Street. 220 1451. 2.20pm. l‘ree. See Fri 30.
I Tony McLaughlan Band The Famous Spiegeltent. (ieorge Square. 3pm. £5. Roots guitar and rock rhythms with special guest Keili Keilhofer.
I Ladies of Jazz The Hub. (‘astlehill. Royal Mile. 473 2000. 3.15pm. £6.50. It ain't over till . . . Sue McHugh. Lynne O'Neill. Linda Fletcher. Daisy Schute and Barbara Morrison sing. Not that that's a comment on their statures.
I BBC Big Band Salute Basie Queen’s Hall. (‘lerk Street. 668 2019. 8pm. £16 £19.50. Special guest Mark Murphy joins the BB(‘ Big Band to celebrate ('ount Basie’s centenary all under Jiggs Wigham’s direction.
I Morten Gunnar Larsen The lltib. ('astlehill. Royal Mile. 473 2000. 8pm. £10. Virtuoso ragtime and stride specialist l.arsen presents ‘Rags. Stride & Stomps‘.
I The Scottish Jazz All Stars The Famous Spiegeltent. (ieorge Square. 8pm. £8. An all star cast reyisiting the heyday of the (‘lyde \"alley Stompers. the (‘lansmen and Alex Welsh.
I Vieux Carre with the Fenner Sisters Royal ()yer-Seas League. 100 Princes Street. 225 1501. 8pm. £8. The 'l‘yneside hand are back for their second gig of the day joined by vocalists the i-‘enner Sisters bringing back the sounds of the Andrews Sisters.
I Phil Bancroft Quartet Henry's Jazz (‘ellatz 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 9pm. £9.50. The great tenor saxophonist. Phil Bancroft. leads his international hand featuring Mike Walker (Iingland. guitar). Steye Watts (lTK. bass) and Thomas Stronen (Norway. drums).
I Fionna Duncan Jazz Workshops St Mary‘s Music School. 25 (irosyenor ('rescent. 538 7766. £350 (£250~£300). See Mon 2.
I Napier Jazz Summer School Napier t'niyersity. Sighthill ('ampus. £280 (£120). See Mon 2.
I Starbucks Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival 2004 Various \‘Cttths. lidinburgh. Tickets: ()131 473 2000. See below for full details
I Bodil Niska The lltib. ('astlehill. Royal Mile. 47.3 2000. 12.30pm. £7. ()ne of the few female tenor saxophonists to work in the traditions of jazz legends Ben Webster. Stan (ietz. '/.oot Sims and (‘oleman Hawkins.
I Edith Budge The Famous Spiegeltent. (ieorge Square. 12.30pm. £6.50. Jazz yocalist who covers. jazz. gospel. trad jazz. blttes and New Orleans sounds.
I Jim Petrie’s Diplomats of Jazz Royal ()yer-Seas League. 100 Princes Street. 225 1501. 12.30pm. £5. The trumpeter and vocalist brings the classic age of jazz. to life.
I Freddie King The l’ainous Spiegeltent. (ieorge Square. 3pm. £6.50. Renowned yocalist around lidinburgh and l.ondon atid father of a whole jazz family. King brings his bebop sound to pay homage to the great jazz singers.
I Tangalo The Hub. (‘astlehilL Royal Mile. 473 2000. 3.15pm. £6.50. Taking on tango with jazz. this fusion is a breathless force featuring Phil Alexander on piano. Mario (‘aribe on bass and Javier (‘hernikoff on drums.
I Dick Lee Septet Royal ()yer-Seas League. 100 Princes Street. 225 1501. 8pm. £8. (’larinettist and soprano saxophonist relaunches with a hand big in the 80s playing new music written by Lee. I The Jive Aces The liamous Spiegeltent. (ieorge Square. 8pm. £8. High energy action from this six-piece ensemble taking you through a blend of
swing. R&B. rock'n'roll. boogie woogie and jump blues.
I Barbara Morrison Queen‘s Hall. (‘lerk Street. 668 2019. 8pm.
£13» £16.50. Returning after great success from last year Barbara Morrison brings her charm and wonderful voice to lidinburgh‘s stage again.
I Tommy Smith and Brian Kellock The Hub. ('astlehill. Royal Mile. 473 2000. 8pm. £10. Setting a new musical standard with this meeting of two of Scotland’s greatest jazz maestros. I Enzo Rocco and Tom Bancroft Henry's Jazz (‘ellar. 8 Morrison Street. 467 5200. 9pm. £8.50. Wacky Italian guitarist meets off-the-wall drummer to celebrate folk melodies. old fashioned pop. cotnic songs and improyisation.
I Fionna Duncan Jazz Workshops St .‘ylary's Mttsic School. 25 (irosyenor ('rescent. 538 7766. £350 (£250-—£300). See Mon 2.
I Napier Jazz Summer School Napier University. Sighthill Campus. £280 (£120). See Mon 2.
I The Michael Deans Quartet Beer Cafe. ('andleriggs. 552 9815.
9 1 1.45pm. Free. See Thu 22.
I Starbucks Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival 2004 Various yenues. lidinburgh. Tickets: ()131 473 2000. See below for full details.
I Les Ecossais The Hub. (‘ustlehill Royal Mile. 473 2000. 12.30an £6. The new waye of Scottish musicians fronted by (ilas‘gow saxophonist Theo l‘orrest with Philip (‘ardwell on trumpet. James (‘airney on piano. liuan Burton on bass and Doug Hougli on drums.
I Joe Gordon Banjorama The Famous Spiegeltent. (ieorge Square. 12.30pm. £6.50. l’eaturing all the banjo players at the festival. Don't say you weren't warned.
I Spirits of Rhythm Royal ()yer- Seas League. 100 Princes Street. 225 1501. 12.30pm. £5. Jazz liestiyal regulars since 1979 playing an tipheat mix of New Orleans and traditional jazz.
I Starbucks 8: All That Jazz Starbucks. 106 (ieorge Street. 220 1451. 2.20pm. l-‘ree. See Fri 30.
I Ken Mathieson’s Classic Jazz Orchestra The l‘ainous Spiegeltent. (ieorge Square. 3pm. £6.50. (‘lassic old school jazz from this eight-piece.
I John Bunch Trio The Hub. (’astlehill. Royal Mile. 473 2000. 3.15pm. £6.50. Still sparkling octogenarian who's played with the greats. including Woody Herman and Benny (ioodman.
I Bill Salmond’s Louisiana Ragtime Band Royal ()yer-Seas League. 100 Princes Street. 467 5200. 8pm. £8. Authentic New Orleans jazz. I Mark Murphy The Hub. ('astleltill. Royal Mile. 473 2000. 8pm. £10. With forty years of singing experience behind him Murphy sings from Beat-inspired West ('oast dreaming to earthy ballads. I Old Bailey Jazz Advocates The l‘amous Spiegeltent. (ieot‘ge Square. 8pm. £10. Iidinburgh fayourites playing foot-tapping ('hicago style jazz.
I Graeme Stephen Trio Queen's Hall. ('lerk Street. 668 2019. 9pm. £8.50. linergetic guitar playing using his own compositions and a few from Pat Metheny. I Fionna Duncan Jazz Workshops St Mary’s .\lusic School. 25 (irosyenor ('rescent. 538 7766. £350 (£250 £300). See Mon 2.
I Malmaison’s Jazz By the Quay The Malmaison ('oncourse. Piazza. The Shore. I.eith. Tina May and other great singers perform on this special stage outside the Malmaison Hotel (in association with (‘ointreau).
I Napier Jazz Summer School Napier l'niyersity. Sighthill (‘ampus. £280 (£120). See Mon 2.
Events are listed by date, then city. Submit listings at least ten days before publication to Ruth Hedges at firstname.lastname@example.org, by post or by fax on 0131 557 8500. Listings are compiled by Ruth Hedges and Norman Chalmers.
I Chris Rogers Live at the Star. St Andrew‘s in the Square. off Saltmarket. St Andrew‘s Street. 548 6020.8pm. £6 (£4). Admired contemporary singer/ songwriter. Support frotn the l.anarkshire Songwriters (iroup.
I After Hours: Music of Scotland National (iallery of Scotland. The Mound. 624 6200. 6 6.30pm. Free. l-‘inn Moore. pipe maker and small pipes player. in a short concert.
I Ceilidh Supper Dance I)rumkinnon Tower. [.och l.omond Shores. Ben l.omond Way. 01389 72l5()(). 7.30pm. £ll). Bar. Food. Mttsic from Voicebox. l‘ree buses will cart you there from Rhu and Arrochar.
I A Brazilian Odyssey - The Eden/Stell Duo ('aird Hall. (‘ity Square. ()1382 434940. 1.30pm. £5 (£4). lixceptional guitar from their latest album Sum/m. l’ur! oft/tr Hum/w (Ittilm' l't’.\’lf\'(l/.
I Colcannon North lidinburgh .-\t't.s (‘entre. Pennywell ('ourt. 315 2151. 7pm. £8 (£4 £6). Scots born songwriter John Munro leads one of Australia's most popularcontemporary celtic bands.
I Lomond Folk Festival Various Venues. Balloch. Information 01389 663278. (’oncerts. open air stage. street performers. folk cruises. kids' entertainment and sessions.
I Alastair McDonald Bow hill 'l‘healt‘e. Bowltill House. Bowltill. (H750 22204. 7.30pm. £8 (£6) (optional supper £10). \‘eteran folk entertainer.
I Ceilidhs at the Caley ('aledonian Brewery. Slateford Road. 228 5688. 7pm. £6. Mtisic from 'l'eannaich.
I Lomond Folk Festival Various Venues. 01389 663278. See Hi 23.
I WEB ('aird Hall. ('ity Square. 01382 434940. 7.30pm. £9 £18.50
(£6 £ l 2.50). John Williams. John litheridge and Patrick Bebey (WliB) teain tip mixing classical. jazz. and world influences. Part of the Dundee (iuitar liestiyal.
I Alistair McDonald Wynd Theatre. Buccleticli Street. 01896 820028. 8pm. £8 (£6). Scotland's popular yetcran minstrel performs Scots ballads and humorous music hall ditties.
I Idle 'I'olbooth. Jail Wynd. 01786 274000. 12.30pm. l‘ree. Multi-
folk & world listings Music
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Fine Friday Fine Friday are f'ing good. In fact. they’re the finest fusion of fiddle. flute and fret in Scotland. Go hear tracks from their imminent second album here at Edinburgh's newest folk club. The Vii/age, Left/7, Tue 27 Jul.
Chris Smither From New Orleans via 608 New England. Chris Smither (pictured) is a performer par excellence. He's a songwriters songwriter with immense humour and heart. and an astonishing guitarist — Bonnie Raitt called him ‘my Eric Clapton‘. Brookf/e/d VII/age Hall, Renfrew, Sat 37 Jul.
Riccardo Tesi Head out to Stirling to catch one of Europe’s most imaginative accordionisfs in the Tuscan virtuoso Tesi and his Banditaliana. To/boofh, Stirling, Tue 3 Aug.
instrumentalists Mark Neal and Kit Patterson.
I Asere 'l'olbootlt. Jail Wynd. 01786 274000. 7.30pm. £12 (£8). Renowned for their powerful liye shows. Asere are a young ('uban band direct from Hayana.
I The Clachies Bar 185. Buchanan Hotel. Buchanan Street. 332 7284. 5pm. Free. Regular Scots and Irish session.
I Ann Taggart and Angie Wright Wee liolk (‘lub. Royal ()ak. Infirmary Street. 557 2976. 8.30pm. £3. l-‘ine harmonies and original songs.
Balloch I Lomond Folk Festival Various \‘enues. 013896 63278. See Fri 23.
I Me Suena Tu Cara The Doric 'l'ayern. Market Street. 225 1084. 9pm. Free. Afro/Spanish/Brazilian quartet.
I Eddie Walker Stirling liolk (’lttb. Best Bar None. l'pper ('raigs. (ll 259 21852]. 8pm. £6. Blues. jazz and ragtime from this long time friend of the club.
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