event, and now follows that up by including him in this tour. Henderson shouldn‘t feel out of his depth, however, having already played with distinction as a member of the big band which accompanied Carla Bley in last year‘s Glasgow Jazz Festival.
The five-date tour kicks off in Galashiels, Wed 20, Volunteer Hall, 0896 55397, 8pm, £5 (£3.50); goes on to Stirling, Fri 22, MacRobert Centre, 0786 61081 , 8pm. £5 (£3.50), then Aberdeen, Sat 23, The Lemon Tree. 0224 642230, 9pm, £6.50 (£4), before finishing in his home town of Edinburgh (see Mon 25).
I Chiclt Lyall Quartet Jazz at The Dunny. Boglestone Bar, 80 Glassford Street.
9—1 1 .30pm. £3.50 (£2.50). Pianist Chick Lyall impressed yet again on his recent quartet tour for Assembly Direct, but this is a different band, with only Lyall himself and near-namesake George Lyle (bass) carrying over from the earlier project. Promising saxophonist Russell Cowieson and drummer Tony McLennan make up the band.
SATURDAY 23 Glasgow
I John Murray Big Band Society of Musicians. 73 Berkeley Street,2216112. 2—5pm. £1. Mainstream.
I George Penman's Jazzmen Society of Musicians, 73 Berkeley Street. 221 61 12. 5 8.30pm—midnight. £3. Dixieland.
SUNDAY 24 Glasgow
I Harry Allen Society of Musicians, 73 Berkeley Street, 221 6112. 8pm. £6 (members £3). The young American saxophonist Harry Allen has earned good notices back home for his smooth, Scott Hamilton-ish approach to tenor saxophone, and the pure acoustic and intimate atmosphere of the ﬁnancially-troubled Society‘s music room should be an ideal setting to check him out. Non-members are more than welcome, and this venue deserves better support than it sometimes gets. Allen is accompanied, as usual, by the house band. the Sandy Taylor Trio.
I Big Band Session Society of Musicians, 73 Berkeley Street. 2216112.2—5pm.£1. See Sunday 17.
I Gordon Cruickshanlt Quartet Jazz At the Tron, Tron Cellar Bar, 9 Hunter Square, High Street, 220 1550. 9pm—midnight. £3 (£2.50). Saxophonist Gordon Cruickshank, the presenter of Radio Scotland’sJazz Junction, leads his quartet, with guitan'st Lachlan McColl, Kenny Ellis on bass, and Alastair Morrow on drums.
MONDAY 25 Glasgow
I Kit Carey's Jazz Band Society of Musicians, 73 Berkeley Street, 2216112. 9pm-midnight. £2. Traditional.
I Tommy Smith Quartet The Music Box. Victoria Street, 668 2019. 8pm. £6.50 (£4). See Thurs 21.
WEDNESDAY 27 Glasgow
I Sandy Taylor and Henry Fullarton Society of Musicians, 73 Berkeley Street, 221 6112. 8.30pm. £1. See Wed 20.
I Jimmy Wood Quintet Jazz At the Tron, Tron Cellar Bar, 9 Hunter Square, High Street, 220 1550. 9pm—midnight. £3 (£2.50). This band led by the saxophonist played an earlier ‘pool‘ session at the club, and the results were so satisfactory that they have been invited back, this time with the additional benefit of rehearsal.
The lollowing details are for regular weekly dates: see main listings for one-oil shows. Gigs are listed by city. than by day. Residencies will be listed, provided that up-to-date details are supplied to us. Jazz Residencies Listings compiled by Kenny Mathieson.
I Blackfriars 36 Bell Street, 552 5924. 9.30pm. Various.
I Catfe OUl Cantlnetta Italian Centre, 17 John Street, 552 6099. 9pm-midnight. Various.
I Jazz Cabaret Cottier‘s. 93—95 Hyndland Road, 357 5825. Supper Club (minimum supper charge £4).
I George Penman's Jazzmen Carnegie's. 142 St Vincent Street, 226 3833. 2.30—5.30pm. Traditional. I Bill Fanning Orchestra Carnegie‘s, New Sneddon Street, Paisley, 889 3973. 2-5pm Big band. I Bobby Deans Quartet Curlers, 256 Byres Road, 334 1284. 2pm. Mainstream.
' I Jan Cabaret Cottier‘s, 93—95 Hyndland Road, 357 5825. Supper Club (minimum supper charge £4).
I Paisley Arts Jazz Arts Centre, New Street, 8871010. 12.30pm. Various.
I Nico's Sauchiehall Street. 2—5pm. Various.
I Blackfriars 36 Bell Street, 552 5924. 9pm. Various.
I George Penman’s Jazzmen Curlers, 256 Byres Road, 334 1284. 8—1 lpm. Traditional.
I Dave Wilson and The Uptown Shulilers Marriotts, Argyle Street. Noon—3.30pm. (Brunch). Traditional and mainstream.
I Bobby Wishart Halt Bar, 160 Woodlands Road, 332 1210. 9pm. Modern.
I Jeannie Maxwell and The Jauwegians Curlers, 256 Bytes Road. 334 1284. 7.30pm. Traditional.
I George Penman's Jazzmen Newberry’s Bar, Kelvin Park Lorne Hotel, 923 Sauchiehall Street, 334 4891 . 9pm. Traditional.
I Chimmy Chungas 499 Great Western Road. 9.30pm. Various.
I Spirits of Rhythm Haymarket Bar, Haymarket. 8.30pm. Traditional.
I Diminished 5th Bank Hotel, 1/3 South Bridge, 556 9043. 9.30pm. Swing and mainstream, with singer. Every other week.
I Kenny Ellis and Robert Pettlgrew Shore Bar, 3 The Shore. Leith, 553 5080. 9pm. Modern.
I Fionna Duncan Noble‘s Bar, Constitution Street. Leith, 554 2024. 9.30pm. Traditional.
I Alex Shaw Trio Platform 1, Caledonian Hotel. Rutland Street, 225 2433. l-3pm. Mainstream.
I Toto and the Jazz Bostons Preservation Hall, Victoria Street, 226 3816. 2—4pm. Mainstream.
I Dr Mch Young‘s Hotel. Leamington Terrace, 229 6481. 8.30pm. Traditional. I St Stephen Street Stompers Cavern Bar, 7 Bernard Street, Leith, 5547515. 12.30—2.30pm. Traditional.
I Jan Swanson Noble‘s Bar, Constitution Street, Leith, 554 2024. 9.30pm. Singer.
I The Goodbye Loolt Theatre Royal, Greenside Place. 1—4pm. Bop and modern.
I Le Jazz Rot Orchestra Barnton Hotel, Queensferry Road, 339 1144. 1—4pm. Swing.
I Capital Jan Band Holiday Inn, Queensferry Road, 339 1144. 2—5pm. Traditional.
I Diplomats 01 Jan Royal Ettrick Hotel, 13 Ettrick Road, 228 6413. 2.30—5pm. Traditional.
I Le Jazz Cool Noble‘s Bar, Constitution Street, Leith, 554 2024. 1-3pm. Traditional.
I Jan Aces Village Inn, 16 South Fort Street, Leith, 554 5697. 2.30—5pm. Traditional.
I Swing '92 McKirdy‘s Restaurant, 43 Assembly Street, Leith, 553 6363. 2—5pm. Swing.
I Free Improvisation at The Tron Tron Cellar Bar, 9 Hunter Square. High Street, 2201550. 9pm—midnight. Free. First Monday of month only. Musicians and listeners equally welcome to Scotland’s only regular free improvised music gig. I East Coast Jazz Band Blue Lagoon. Angle Park Terrace, 337 9922. 9pm. Traditional.
I Jazz Therapy Fat Sam‘s. 56 Fountainbridge, 228 3111. 8.30pm. Traditional.
I EUSA Bar, 60 The Pleasance, 557 0984. 8pm. University term only. Open to non-students.
I Swing ’92 Malt Shovel, Cockburn Street, 225 6843. 9pm. Swing.
I Jan Swanson Quintet Northern Bar, 1 Howard Place, 556 1558. 8.30pm. Singer. I Mike Hart and Wendy Weatherby Noble‘s Bar, Constitution Street, Leith, 5542024.
i 8.30pm. Traditional.
I Charlie Mctlair’s Jazz Band Preservation Hall, Victoria Street, 226 3816. 9.30pm. Traditional.
I Diplomats of Jazz The Golden Rule. 30 Yeaman Place. 8.30pm. Dixieland.
I Fat Sam’s Band Fat Sam's. 56 Fountainbridge, 228 3111. 8.30pm. Big band.
I St Stephen Street Stampers Earl of Lothian, 161 Lothian Road, 2295745. 8.30pm. Traditional.
I Annle Mctilchol and Jazz Therapy Noble’s Bar, Constitution Street, Leith, 5542024. 830-] 1.30pm. Traditional.
I Freddie King and Bill Kyle Trio Bank Hotel, The Royal Mile, 1/3 South Bridge, 5569043. 8.30pm. Singer, plus jazztrio. I Plcante Fat Sam‘s, 56 Fountainbridge, 228 3111. 8.30pm. Mainstream and Latin. I Partridge 34 Nicolson Street. 9pm. Various.
I Milte Hart's Louisiana Ragtimers Osbourne Hotel, 53—59 York Place, 556 2345. 8.30pm. Traditional.
I Maxie’s Bistro West Nicolson Street, 667 0845. 8.30pm. Various.
I Spirits of Rhythm Noble's Bar, Constitution Street, Leith, 554 2024. 8.30—11.30pm. Traditional.
FOLK & WORLD —
Dates listed below are for one-oil shows: see separate section for residencies. Gigs are listed by date, then by city. Performances will be listed, provided that details reach our offices at least one week before publication. Folk and World Listings compiled by tlonnan Chalmegs. _ ___ _,
I Ceilidh with Cralgenroan Cumbernauld Theatre, Cumbernauld. Tickets 0236 732 887. 7.45pm-1ate. £5 (£2.50). Storytelling, tunes, songs and dancing. Opening night of three week long Cumbernauld Contemporary Celtic Festival. See preview. I Rowantree Folk Club Rowantree lnn, Old Mill Road, Uddingston. 9pm. £2 concerts. other nights £1 . Valhalla
I Ceilidh Dance Riverside, Fox Street, off Clyde Street, 248 3144. Doors open 8pm, music at 9pm. £5.
SATURDAY 16 Glasgow
I Cumbernauld Contemporary Celtic Festival Cumbernauld Theatre , Cumbernauld. Tickets 0236 732 887. All day Craft Fair Free: Pictish Puppets present The Well at the End of the World, two shows for children from 3—10 years. 11am and
1 .30pm. Free: Celtic Warriors Through the Ages is a re—enactment of weaponry, costume and fighting skills by Ghaldheal.
1 1am and 4pm. Free: Scottish Traditional Storytellers tell tales in the Studio Theatre, 12.30 and 3pm. Free. See preview.
I Dougie MacLean Cumbernauld Theatre, Cumbernauld. Tickets 0236 732 887. 7.45pm—late. £6 (£4). Cumbernauld Contemporary Celtic Festival. Famed for his song ‘Caledonia’, Dougie is a fine fiddler, guitarist and songwriter.
I Retrospect Scotia Bar, Stockwell Street, 552 8681. 3.30-5. m. Free.
I Ceilidh Dance Riverside, Fox Street, off Clyde Street . 248 3144. Doors open 8pm. music at 9pm. £5.
SUNDAY 17 Glasgow
I Sloans Ceilidh Sloans Ballroom, Argyll Street. 7-11pm. £5. Bar. Live bands.
I Blues Poets Scotia Bar, Stockwell Street, 552 8681. 3.30—5.30pm. Free. Blues Poets
I Babbity Bar Session Babbity Bowster, Blackfriars Street. 8.30pm. Free.
I Black Bull Folk Club Black Bull Hotel, Milngavie. 8.30pm. £2.50 (£1 .75). Folk and blues from Marilyn Middleton Pollock.
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