Teviot

Teviot
Bristo Square, Edinburgh, EH8 9AJ
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Adults Only Show: Jerron "Blind Boy" Paxton

Paxton seems to effortlessly embody the spirit of early twentieth century musics including ragtime, ’20s jazz and Dust Bowl–era blues, delivering them through a dizzying display of virtuosity on guitar, piano, banjo, and lately, fiddle. Just as you’d imagine at sunset on a dusty porch, he sings about love, hate and…

Fri 20 Jul

£14.50 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

Bill Salmond's Louisiana Ragtime Band

Step back to the early 1920s, to the birth place of jazz: to the music of the bars and dance halls of New Orleans: Louis, Jelly Roll Morton, King Oliver. Stomping and Swinging sounds delivered with real conviction, spirit and passion from this hugely popular Edinburgh group, led by banjoist, Bill Salmond.

Fri 20 Jul

£10 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

Birth Of The Cool

“Wow … a blissful hour of lush, slightly ethereal harmonies … a rare thrill to hear such classics as “Jeru”, “Moon”, “Dreams”, “Move” and “Godchild” being played live and with such panache and obvious enjoyment by this superb nine-piece outfit” - **** review (The Herald) Richard Ingham recreates Miles’ classic album…

Sun 22 Jul

£15 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

Brian Kellock Trio

Edinburgh master pianist’s classic band features Kenny Ellis (bass) and John Rae (drums). They don’t play often because John lives in New Zealand. It’s the ideal format for Kellock’s hard swinging humour-packed musical anarchy. The pianist’s stunningly creative playing spans the style spectrum – from Fats Waller to…

Sat 14 Jul

£15 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

Budapest Ragtime Band

A welcome return for this virtuosic classic jazz band. They play traditional jazz, ragtime, jazzy classical music, swing melodies, and Dixieland, with the kind of elite syncopations that can only be achieved through great musicianship and band commitment. And they’re as passionate about having fun as they are about making…

Mon 16 Jul

£10.50 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

The California Feetwarmers

“Enough spark to raise the dead!” (Folkworld). The Americans are masters of their chosen music: the classic jazz of the 1920s and '30s: from New Orleans to swing. Brilliantly arranged and presented: horn-heavy rags, banjo stomps, sophisticated arrangements, constant variation, and always entertaining.  For your ears… and…

Fri 20 Jul

£12.50 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

Sat 21 Jul

£14.50 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

Charlie Wood

A solo outing for the Memphis singer and pianist who mixes jazz, blues, soul, traditional R&B and popular music, embodying hepcat worldliness and barroom empathy. “…The growl and moan of Eric Burdon, the otherworldly lilt of Donald Fagen, and the scorched majesty of Kurt Elling” (Jazz Times).

Sun 22 Jul

£12.50 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

Colin Steele Quintet

Trumpeter Colin Steele writes the contemporary anthems of a sophisticated Scotland. His music is a joyous celebration of melody and rhythm, liberated and enhanced by the spirit, refinement and technique of jazz. His ear-catching melodies and sumptuous Celtic-tinged rhythms are “beautifully conceived, mellow and…

Sat 21 Jul

£16.50 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

Curtis Stigers & Martin Taylor

Stigers is widely regarded as one of the great jazz and swing singers of our time. Martin Taylor is probably the world’s foremost singer style jazz guitarist. Together for the first time in concert, in the most intimate of settings, these two musical giants take inspiration from the Tony Bennett/Bill Evans Duets, and…

Thu 19 Jul

£32.50 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

The Dance Band Days: Bratislava Hot Serenaders

No-one in the world plays the dance music of the 1920s and 1930s with more skill and  affection than the Serenaders, and they have a soft spot for the great Dance Orchestras that played the big London ballrooms and hotels of the time – creating a very special blend of musicianship and glamour.  Fred Astaire might have…

Tue 17 Jul

£18 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

Earl Thomas

Calling Earl Thomas a “blues singer” is kind of like saying Coltrane was a saxophonist. The Best of Blues Awards called him “one of the most important blues figures of this decade”. His music is a cross-section of old and new blues, funk, and soul, with Thomas’ voice by turns commanding, playful, and powerfully raw.

Tue 17 Jul

£16.50 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

Edinburgh Schools Jazz Orchestra

Big band classics from Edinburgh’s own top youth jazz band, packed with some exceptional talent in the current crop. Directed by Dan Hallam.

Sun 22 Jul

£10.50 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

The Festival Club: Friday 13th

Fat-Suit + Chamber Street Collective House Band & guests + Astrojazz. The Festival Club promises to keep the music going long after the other venues have closed up shop. Dance the night away to bands and DJs, compare notes on the shows you’ve loved or loathed over a drink or soak up the last glimpses of summer (and…

Fri 13 Jul

£12 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

The Festival Club: Friday 20th

Samson Sounds + Samedia Shebeen: The Festival Club promises to keep the music going long after the other venues have closed up shop.  Dance the night away to bands and DJs, compare notes on the shows you’ve loved or loathed over a drink or soak up the last glimpses of summer (and the odd jazz fest star) in the glorious…

Fri 20 Jul

£10 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

The Festival Club: Saturday 14th

Werkha (Live) + Chambers Street Collective House Band & guests + Andrea Montalto. The Festival Club promises to keep the music going long after the other venues have closed up shop.  Dance the night away to bands and DJs, compare notes on the shows you’ve loved or loathed over a drink or soak up the last glimpses…

Sat 14 Jul

£10 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

The Festival Club: Saturday 21st

Rumba de Bodas + Chambers Street Collective House Band & guests + Rebecca Vasmant. The party goes on until late at the Festival Club long after the other venues have closed up shop. Dance the night away to bands and DJs in the Teviot Row, compare notes on the shows you’ve loved or loathed over a drink or soak up…

Sat 21 Jul

£12 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

Fraser Urquhart and Colin Steele Play Russ Freeman and Chet Baker

In the mid 50s with Cool Jazz at its peak in LA, the pin-up young man with the horn, Chet Baker, formed his own group for the first time, with the pianist, Russ Freeman. Together they popularised their new style, packing jazz clubs and concert halls and producing a string of hit recordings. The young star of the jazz…

Wed 18 Jul

£10.50 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

Havana Swing

Inspired by the music of Django Reinhardt’s fabulous quintet, the Hot Club de Paris, Havana Swing combine artistry, fun and feel-good music. Leading rhythm guitarist, Kevin Murray, is back in the fold, joining lead guitarist, Dave Rattray. They showcase their new line-up with “the animated intense playing of…

Fri 20 Jul

£10.50 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

Jerron "Blind Boy" Paxton

Blind Boy Paxton carries the torch for traditional acoustic blues. He’s the most sensational newcomer in acoustic blues since the originals left us. He plays banjo, fiddle, guitar, piano, harmonica, Cajun accordion, and the bones, most of them brilliantly. He sings with a classic weary tone when he wants, and is…

Tue 17 Jul

£14 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

Wed 18 Jul

£14 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

Sat 21 Jul

£14 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

Jim Petrie Diplomats Of Jazz + Spirits of Rhythm

Trumpeter and vocalist, Jim Petrie has forged a singular, and hugely distinctive path in his forthright and passionate commitment to making the music of the 1920’s feel relevant today. There’s spirit and feeling in every note. His Band share the bill with another legendary Edinburgh group, Violet Milne’s Spirits, who…

Thu 19 Jul

£10 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

Laura MacDonald Sings and Swings The Great American Songbook

One of the biggest hits of recent Festivals has been saxophonist and vocalist, Laura MacDonald’s “Songbook” shows. Following in the footsteps of Ella Fitzgerald, she started with Cole Porter, moved on to Harold Arlen, and this year surveys the entire genre – show tunes from the great era of the musicals, played by one…

Tue 17 Jul

£12.50 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

Leon ?Kid Chocolate? Brown Band

The Grammy award winning trumpet player and vocalist is a legend of New Orleans and swinging Jazz. He regularly appears in the classiest Festivals around the world singing the great American songbook tunes, and swinging trumpet in the hottest company. You can hear him on Treme and recordings with Jill Scott, but here…

Mon 16 Jul

£12.50 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

Mark Hendry Large Ensemble

Hendry is a phenomenal new talent on the Scottish Jazz scene. The bass player writes brilliantly; creating absorbing, impactful, and exciting new music that appeals to wide-ranging audiences. His Octet is packed with many of the best young players in the new wave of Scottish Jazz. We don’t think there’s ever been such…

Fri 20 Jul

£12.50 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

Marquise Knox

When Blues promoters and aficianados get together and talk about the future, there’s one name that constantly comes up. St Louis guitarist/vocalist, Marquise Knox is widely regarded as the real deal and the most exciting young talent on the world blues scene. For him, Blues is his heritage and he’s steeped in the old…

Fri 13 Jul

£16.50 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

New Orleans 300: The Dime Notes with Evan Christopher

It’s the tri-centenary of the city of New Orleans. We salute the role that the musicians of the crescent city have played in creating classic jazz. There’s no finer guide than Evan Christopher, long time resident of the city and one of the finest musicians playing classic New Orleans music. The clarinettist has the power…

Fri 13 Jul

£15 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

The New Wave Of Scottish Jazz

Mark Hendry Octet, Fergus McCreadie Trio, Luca Manning and Alan Benzie. Many of the great moments of artistic and cultural history have been produced when groups of artists emerge at the same time, interact, and inspire each other’s output. Today, in Glasgow, a constellation of star young players have emerged on the jazz…

Sat 14 Jul

£12.50 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

NYOS Jazz Orchestra

Bristling with youthful talent, NYOS Jazz Orchestra,with conductor, Malcolm Edmonstone, pay tribute to Weather Report, and then come slap bang up to date in a new collaboration with singer and beat boxer, Jason Singh.

Sun 22 Jul

£12.50 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

Queens Of The Blues

Joyously celebrating the trials, tribulations and fortunes of the best female singers of the blues genre, Queens Of The Blues tells the story of Mamie Smith and Big Mama Thornton; Bonnie Raitt and Susan Tedeschi; by way of Sugar Pie and Sister Rosetta Tharpe. This show is an irrepressible, anecdotal anthology, fronted by…

Wed 18 Jul

£10 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

Rumba de Bodas @ Teviot Row

Celebrating their tenth anniversary and a new album “Super Power” these Italian troubadours are back with a mission to party. Their high-octane carnival jazz mix of latin grooves, Balkan festive music, swing, ska, reggae, and whatever else takes their fancy is 100% guaranteed to get audiences moving. From starting life…

Sun 15 Jul

£13 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

Wed 18 Jul

£15 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

Thu 19 Jul

£15 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

Shreveport Rhythm

Stylish, slick, and musically sophisticated. This hot jazz Quartet from Hamburg bring new life to 1920s classics, swing through the 30s and 40s and have a built in swing machine: from toe-tapping to hip-swaying. 

Sat 14 Jul

£10.50 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

Sun 15 Jul

£10.50 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

Soul Brass Band @ Teviot Row

Anyone who heard Soul Brass Band last year won't need to be reminded of the jubilant party atmosphere that combusts around this charismatic New Orleans ensemble. Their jazzy, horn-powered blend of funk, soul and hip-hop, steeped in New Orleans brass and second-line traditions, make the dancefloor the place to be. An…

Mon 16 Jul

£15 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

Soweto Kinch

Mixing scalding hot, hard bop grooves with racing freestyle lyrics, hip-hop beats, rap and jazz riffs, the saxophonist has amassed an unprecedented array of accolades including two MOBO awards, two Urban Music Awards and a Mercury Prize nominee. Tonight he plays music from his latest concept album “Nonagram”, a set…

Sat 21 Jul

£16.50 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

Stephanie Trick & Paolo Alderighi

Two brilliant, classically trained, and outstanding stride, boogie and blues pianists, Paolo Alderighi and Stephanie Trick present rag-time, blues-time, Boogie-Time featuring the timeless music of the all time great musicians, Scott Joplin, James P. Johnson, Albert Ammons, Meade Lux Lewis, Fats Waller & Jelly Roll…

Sun 15 Jul

£14 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

Mon 16 Jul

£14 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

Strathclyde Youth Jazz Orchestra

The quality of musicians coming out of the west coast right now is extraordinary. Many of them are arriving at the Conservatoire and similar places, with a standard of jazz performance that is astonishing. How do they get so good so young? Many come from this brilliant young Orchestra, under the direction of Alan…

Thu 19 Jul

£10 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

Swampfog New Orleans Revue

“Upbeat and ever funky … sure to blow up a storm” (BBC Radio Scotland). Horn-heavy swampfunk with fat riffs & spicy horns delivers hard-hitting highly danceable New Orleans-esque funk.  Leader, Tom Pickles, and singer, Jed Potts, have been hanging out in New Orleans regularly, and they’ll have some special musical…

Sun 15 Jul

£13 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

Swing 2018

An institution of the Edinburgh jazz scene, John Russell’s classy little band has long been the benchmark for quality gypsy jazz and small group swing. Last year’s Braff/Barnes show was a triumph, and in our 40th Anniversary Year they’re fittingly back with the classic band – and sound.

Sat 21 Jul

£10 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

We Begin With Morton

Andrew Oliver/David Horniblow, Ken Mathieson’s Classic Jazz Orchestra We launch our 40th Anniversary Celebrations with the man who “invented” jazz, Jelly Roll Morton. Cutting his musical teeth as a pianist and entertainer in the bordellos of New Orleans, he could claim to be the first composer and arranger in jazz. He…

Fri 13 Jul

£15 / 0131 650 4673

Part of Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival.

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