I Swing ’93 Merchants House. 7 West George Street. 227 5511. 12.45pm. £3.50 (£3). The Edinburgh-based quartet bring their Hot Club-style swing to the Merchant’s Music lunchtime concert
I Carol Kidd Hospitality inn. Cambridge Street. Champagne reception begins at 7pm. £30. The singer is always a popular draw in Glasgow. and that fact should work to the advantage of Chest. Heart and Stroke Scotland. the organisers and beneﬁciaries of this Charity Dinner and Cabaret. Tickets are available from the organisation at 103 Clarkston Road. Glasgow G44 3BL (041 633 1666). I
THURSDAY so 1
SATURDAY 2 %
Glasgow : I John Murray Big Band Society of Musicians. 73 Berkeley Street. 221 6112. 2-5pm. £1. Mainstream.
I George Penman’s Jazzmen Society of Musicians. 73 Berkeley Street. 221 6112. 8.30pm—midnight. £4. Dixieland.
I Big Band Session Society of Musicians. 73 Berkeley Street. 221 6112. 2—5pm. £1. See Sunday 26.
E 30. 7.30pm. £3 (£2/£l). The region‘s 1 acclaimed jazz orchestra do their stuff under director Richard Michael. in a
; the stage in a late-night gig which follows ' Melly’s concert. in the Tiffany Lounge at
I Tam White Trio Bellshill Cultural
3 I Suzanne Bonnar Bellshill Cultural
Centre. Bellshill. 0698 267515. Sat 2.
9pm. £4 (£3). Blues and jazz songs from 3 the Dunoon-based singer. Motherwell
, I Alex oalgleish All-Stars Upstage Bar.
j £7 (£6). Scotland’s topjazz singer.
OUTSIDE THE CITIES .
I File Youth Jazz Orchestra Carnegie Hall. Dunfermline. 0383 720108. Thurs
concert shared with two classical ensembles.
I George Molly and John Chilton's Feetwarmers Carnegie Hall. Dunferrnline. ()383 720108. Fn’ 1. 7.30pm. £8 (£6). Melly has combined the roles of serious cultural critic and less-than-serious singer and raconteur with great success. but it‘s all a bit tired these days. The Perth-based blues and jazz outﬁt Jelly Roll Band take
The SUPERBAND with GERI ALLEN, DAVE HOLLAND & JACK DelOHNETTE
GLASGOW CITY HALL S
1’" L“ TICKETS-£12
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10.30pm. £3 (£2).
Centre. Bellshill. 0698 267515. Fri 1. 8pm. £4 (£3). An acoustic concert from the Edinburgh singer. Motherwell
Motherwell Theatre. 0698 267515. Sat 3. l2.30—2.30pm. Jazz brunch with a band I led by this well-established Glasgwegian trumpeter. Motherwell Festival.
I Garol Kidd Motherwell Concert Hall. Motherwell. 0698 267515. Thurs 7. 8pm.
I Edinburgh Jazz Orchestra Jazz Cellar. Tron Tavern and Ceilidh House. Hunter Square. 220 1550. 9pm. £3 (£2). 1 was a bit sceptical the ﬁrst time this full-size big band were due to squeeze themselves into this venue. but the results were spectacular. with a comfortable level of volume. an excellent balance of sound. and an immediacy that would be hard to ﬁnd in any ‘normal‘ big band context. An experience not to be missed. and the band have some ﬁne soloists to adorn their imaginative arrangements.
MONDAY 4 '
I ltit Carey’s Jazz Band Society of Musicians. 73 Berkeley Street. 221 6112. 9pm—midnight. £2. Traditional.
3 I Graig McMurdo in That Swing Thang 3 MacRobert Centre. Stirling University. 0786 461081. Thurs 7. 8pm. This will be
the ﬁrst Central Belt date (they play The
‘ Lemon Tree in Aberdeen on Wed 6) of the
singer's ten-concert Scottish tour. The
band play a low-key Edinburgh gig on Sat 1 f 16 (BBC Studios. 668 2019). and two
nights at the Renfrew Ferry in Glasgow
on Wed 20 and Thurs 21 (227 5511).
The following details are for regular
weekly dates: see main listings tor one-
_ TUESDAY 5 r
I oleo Laine and John Dankworth Glasgow Royal Concert Hall. 2 Sauchiehall Street. 227 5511. 8pm. £10.50—£18.50. Singer Cleo Laine and saxophonist John Dankworth are British jazz‘s most celebrated husband-and-wife outﬁt. not to mention most successful practitioners on the international stage. They are always popular visitors to Scotland. and return to Glasgow to help celebrate the Concert Hall‘s third anniversary. ably supported by John's excellent quintet.
I Sandy Taylor and llenry Fullerton Society of Musicians. 73 Berkeley Street. 221 6112. 8.30pm. £1. See Wed 29.
I Paul Flush Jazz Cellar. Tron Tavern and Ceilidh House. Hunter Square. 220 1550. 9pm. £2 (£2). A debut as leader for this young English pianist. currently resident in Edinburgh.
John Street. 552 6099. 9pm—midnight. . Various.
I Jazz Cabaret Cottier‘s. 93-95 ; Hyndland Road. 357 5825. Supper Club '
I George Penman’s Jamen Camegie's.
oil shows. Gigs are listed by city, then by day. Residencies will be listed, provided that up-to-date details are supplied to us. Jazz Residencies listings compiled
s by Kenny Mathieson.
I oatle Dtli Gantinetta Italian Centre. 17
(minimum supper charge £4). I I Glasgow Jazz llecord Club Unitarian ;
I Church. 72 Berkeley Street. 7.45pm.
Contact Bill Winter. 944 4402. for programme and membership details.
142 St Vincent Street. 226 3833. 2.30—5.30pm. Traditional.
I Iain Copeland Band Brewery Tap. 1055 Sauchiehall Street. 339 8866. 8pm. Modern. except ﬁrst Sat of month.
I MU Blowing Band Lauder‘s. Sauchiehall Street. 2-5pm. informal big
8pm FRIDA Y 29th OCTOBER
PM] McIntyre presents
/ :- GLASGOW PO VAL CONCEPT HALL FrCCy 29”“ Octoberxcs
DINA CARROLL eterneL M
15 — 17 October
Dunoon jazz festival 3
Martin TayIOY Dave 0 Higgins Jantrsz Carmello Spike Robinson GeOrge Masso T1111 Garland
Brian Kellock Tno
Information. Dunoon 8 Cowal Tourist Board 0369 3785
Art-1.11. ('()”“(’I .1! 1mm ()1 qnmt; to press.
3 Days of jazz amid spectacwar scenery on Scotland's West Coast
Phil Mason 5 New Orleans All-Stars George Penman s Jazzmen
Jeannie Maxwell 8 The Jazzwegtans Fat Sams Band
The Strathclyde Youth Jazz Orchestra
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