LISTINGS GLASGOW JAZZ FESTIVAL
Street. 9.30pm. £5. Like Jim Mullen. the Glasgow- born saxophonist is London-based. but makes a welcome homecoming here.
I Madeleine MacDonald Trio Princes Square. Buchanan Street. 4pm. Free. Singer.
I John Burgess Trio City Merchant Oyster Bar. Candleriggs. 9pm. Free. Modern saxophonist.
I D. D. King Glasgow Royal Concert Hall. 2 Sauchiehall Street. 8pm SOLD OUT. 10.30pm. £10—£20. You know the script on this one — tight if indulgent Chicago blues. played by one of the undisputed masters. First show is already sold out. but a second has been added.
I Carol Kidd The Fruitmarket. Albion Street. 7pm. £10. Well. it wouldn‘t be the festival without Carol. would it? The singer isjoined by pianist David Newton and a home-based rhythm duo. and BBC Scotland are also broadcasting a couple ofdocumentaries on David and Carol this week (see TV & Radio preview).
I Brian Kellock Trio Kelvin Park Lorne Hotel. Sauchiehall Street. 10.30pm. £3. Late Night Club. See Fri 2.
I Suzanne Bonnar Band M. U. Basement Jazz
1 Club at The 13th Note. Glassford Street. 9.30pm.
£5. The singer has made a
= good impression in
theatrical tributes to the likes of Billie Holiday and Bessie Smith.
I Jazz Company Princes Square. Buchanan Street.
5pm. Free. Swing trio.
I Jazz Company City Merchant Oyster Bar.
Candleriggs. 9pm. Free.
I Redhouse McCool's
And more swing.
Ruling Cowboy. Candleriggs. 9.15pm. Free. Blues.
g I Tony Bennett and The Ralph Sharon Trio
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall. 2 Sauchiehall Street. 8pm. £l0—£20. I wasn't impressed by the singer last year. but the audience went bananas. so what do I know. Again. tickets will almost certainly be very
I Art Ensemble of Chicago meets The Chicago Blues Tradition The Fruitmarket. Albion Street. 7pm. £10. Self- recommending for anyone with even a passing interest in the shape of contemporary jazz. The ABC are no longer the young radicals of yore. but none the worse for that. and the blues package is a headline
attraction in itself. See preview. I llenneto Pascoal E
‘ Crupo The Fruitmarket.
Albion Street. 10pm. £8. The first of two nights of exuberant. rhythmic Brazilian music from the quuriantly hirsute multi- instrumentalist and his percussive band. Fun with a capital F. and a lot of exhilaratingly good music into the bargain.
I Ken Mathieson Trio Kelvin Park Lorne Hotel. Sauchiehall Street. 10.30pm. £3. Late Night Club. See Sat 3.
I Chick lyall Quartet M. U. Basement Jazz Club at The 13th Note. Glassford Street. 9.30pm. £5. Glasgow-based pianist leads his excellent quartet. with Phil Bancroft on saxes. brother Tom on drums. and George 1.er on bass.
I Bobby Wishart Quartet Blackfriars. 36 Bell Street. 9.30pm. Free. See Thu rs l.
I Four on the Floor Tron Theatre Bar. Parnie Street. 9.30pm. Free. Eclectic Latin-jazz quartet.
I Jamba! Bell Street and Candleriggs. See Sat 3.
I Clandemonium! The Ramshorn Church. Ingram Street. 2pm. £5 day ticket. All-day extravaganza showcasing
In a late addition to the programme, Corea leads a strong quartet, with Bob Berg on saxophone, John Patitucci on bass, and drummer Cary Novak. The pianist has alternated between acoustic and electric outfits ever since the late 603, and this quartet looks like the successor to his Akoustic Band (also with Patitucci), but with Berg and the bass-player both highly experienced in fusion formats, there may be a greater crossover.
Fruitmarket, Sun 4, 2pm.
the newer and more experimental sounds in Scottishjazz. Running order features Chick lyall and Phil Bancroft at 2pm. with Tommy Smith’s Forward Motion at 4pm. and Tom Bancroft‘s music and dance project Life on
the Plane! Surface at 7pm.
Tom's Orange Ear Street Band will be out in Bell Street from noon as a (free) warm-up.
I Stephane Ciappelli Glasgow Royal Concert Hall. 2 Sauchiehall Street. 8pm. £10—£18. The Concert Hall series ends with another safe but highly accomplished mainstream offering from the popular veteran violinist. accompanied by the Rosenberg Trio. so called because. well. they are all named Rosenberg.
I Henneto Pascoal E Crupo The Fruitmarket. Albion Street. 10pm. £8. See Fri 9.
I Jazz Cruise P. S. Waverley. Anderston Quay. 7.30pm. £12.50. It's back to the traditionaljazz front for the second of these popular cruises.
I Brian Kellock Trio Kelvin Park Lorne Hotel. Sauchiehall Street.
10.30pm. £3. Late Night
Club. See Fri 2.
I Joanna MacCregor and Biango Bates‘s iluman Chain The Fruitmarket. Albion Street. 7pm. £8. Hot classical pianist MacGregor (see preview) plays Django's quirky arrangements (and possibly more). while Django himselfwill be heard in his Human Chain quartet. with the excellent lain Ballamy on saxes. the iconoclastic Stuart Hall on guitar. and Martin France on drums. Expect a few surprises along the way. I Tommy Smith’s Forward Motion M. U. Basement Jazz Club at The 13th Note. Glassford Street. 9.30pm. £6. The saxophonist has revived this Berklee-derived band as his ‘new' working trio, with Terje Gewelt on bass and Ian Froman on drums. I Picante Blackfriars. 36 Bell Street. 9.30an Free. Latin-jazz.
I Herman X McCool's Ruling Cowboy.
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