LISTINGS GLASGOW JAZZ FESTIVAL
J A Z "I V A
I Glasgow International Jazz Festival runs from Friday 30 June until Sun 9 July. General information is available on 305 7500.
I The ﬁcket Centre 60 Candleriggs. 227 5511. Mon—Sat 1t)am-—6.30pm;Sun noon~5pni.
I McEwan’s Old Fruitmarket Albion Street. From Fri 30. 6~8pm ( open until 1 1pm during evening performances). I Tower Records 217 Argyle Street. 204 2500 (major concerts only).
I Queen’s Hall South Clerk Street. Edinburgh. 0131 668 2019 (major concerts only).
I The Ticket Centre 227 5511.
I Jazz llottlne 305 7500.
I Bar 91 91 Candleriggs. 552 5211. I Blacklriars 36 Bell Street. 552 5924. I BTBWIIOOSC 18 John Street. 552 3801.
I Calla Qui Italian Centre. John Street. 552 6099.
I City Cafe Bar Bell Street.
I City Hall 60 Candleriggs, 227 5511. I City Merchant 97 (.‘andleriggs. 553 1577.
I The Fire Station 33 lngratn Street. 552 2929.
I Glasgow Royal Concert Hall 2 Sauchiehall Street. 227 551 I.
I McChuill’s 41) High Street. 552 2135. I McEwan’s 01d Fruitmarket Albion Street. 227 551 l.
I Marriot Hotel 500 Argyle Street. 226 5577.
I Pina Express 151 Queen Street. 221 3333.
I Princes Square Buchanan Street.
I RS. Waverley Anderson Quay. 227 5511.
I Rab lla’s 83 l-lutcheson Street. 5.53 1545.
I Ramshorn Theatre 98 lngram Street.552 3489.
I Theatre Royal 282 Hope. Street. 332 9000.
I The 13th Note 80 Giassi‘ord Street. 553 1638.
I Tron Theatre Bar Parnie Street. 552 8587.
FRIDAY 30 .
I Carol Kidd Theatre Royal. 7.30pm. £10—£15. Well. they couldn‘t really start the festival without her. could they? Glasgow‘s favourite jazz singer does her stuff. with the more than able assistance of David Newton on piano. Dave Green on bass. and drummer Jack Pamell.
I Inclassilicable McEwan's ()ld Fruitmarket. 7.30pm. £10 (£8). Saxophonist Andy Sheppard.
percussionist Nana Vasconcelos and keyboard man Steve Lodder stretch the boundaries in this eclectic trio.
I The Annie Whitehead Experience City Cafe Bar. Bell Street. 10pm. £5. See preview.
I Jazz Company l’izza lixpress. 9—1 lptn. i-‘ree. Swing trio.
I Riverboat Shuttle PS. Illll‘t’l'ft'l'. 7.30pm. £15. 'I‘raditional sail 'doon the watter' to the sottnds of traditional jazz. I Blues ’n’ Trouble Brewhouse. 9pm. £5. Top Scottish blues band kick off the blues
I BlRo LIVES! The gralliti never lies, and long before Jimi Hendrix received the same
immortallsing, Charlie Parker’s death 40 years ago was metaphorically negated on the subway walls. It was prophetic enough — his own recordings kept his music alive, while his inlluence has permeated a zillion alto solos, and not always tor the better. The two altoists who lead this tribute to Bird’s imperishable legacy, Phil Woods and Peter King, have taken on his message, but have absorbed it within their own distinctive musical voices, and that is the greatest tribute or all. McEwan’s 01d
Fruitmarket, Wed 5, 1.30pm.
I Hermitage Bar 9 1. 9.30pm. Free. Jazz funk.
I Baby Isaac Caffe Qui. 9.30pm. Free. Blues.
I Edith Budge Trio City Merchant. 9pm. Free. Traditional jazz and blues.
I Fred Quimby Quartet McChuill's.
9.30pm. Free. Glasgow‘s eccentric eight- . piece quartet.
I Madeleine MacDonald and Derek
Archibald Rab Ha's. lilpm. l’rcc.
I The Hung Drawn Quartet The 13111 Note. 2—4.30pm. Free.
I Late Night Festival Club Marriott Hotel. 11pm. l-‘rcc. For some. this is really what the festival is all about ~— late tiight jamming iii an informal scttitig. often featuring the stellar names frotn the main stage earlier in the night. Singer i-‘ionna Duncan again hosts proceedings this year. with her regular rhythm team of Ronnie Rae and Tony Mclcnnan. Brian Kcllock (Hi 30. Sat 1. Sun 2. Sat S. Sun 9) and Brian Dec (Mon .l-I‘ri 7) share piano duties. Who else gets up to blow is anybody's guess. liarlier iii the day. kccp an ear otit for jazz bands in public places around town on each weekend as Ja/zamba! takes to the streets.
SATURDAY 1 9
I Stephane Grappelli Theatre Royal. 7.30pm. £ l(l--£l(i. The great l‘rcnch violinist is still going strong well into his
Stls. and has lost none of his virtuosity. or
his ability to s\\il1g.
I Joe Locke Quartet Mel-:wah‘s ()Iti bruitmarkct. 7.30pm. £121£l()). New York vibes man leads a stellar quartet. with our own Tommy Smith on saxophone. Norwegian bass player 'l‘crjc (iewalt. and the sensational (‘indy Blackmail on drums.
I Strange Fruit Mcliwan‘s ()ld l’ruitmarket. li)..‘~()lnn. £8. .\ first for the festival with a jazz~bascd dance club featuring rare groove lll;1illlll;l|1(illlc‘s Peterson at the controls. and various
. special guests. Cool grooves. smart
I Julian Arguelles Quartet (‘ity ('afc Bar.
1(1pm. £5. One of the most original talents .
on the British jazz scene. the saxophonist leads his own band. with acc guitar man
Mike Walker. Stcvc Watts on bass. and
brother Steve .-\rguelles in the drum chair. I Spontaniacs Ramshorn Theatre.
I 3pm. £5 (£11) day ticket). This itiiaginativc Iidinburgh-based outfit kick I Phil Bancroit’s Big Shehang Ramshorti Theatre. 1—3pm. £5 (£1() day ticket).
Further Scottish Ja/zworks gets underway
with this excellent. exploratory quintet.
I Robert Henderson Quintet Ramsliorn
Theatre. 4-6pm. £5 (£10 day ticket). The (ilaswcgian trumpeter fronts his own
I Mike Travis’s EH15 Ramshorn 'I‘hcatt'c.
7—-9pm. £5 (£10 day ticket). An original variation on jazz-rock-ethnic fusion from this Edinburgh-based batid.
I Fionna Duncan and Her Fellas Pizza lixpress. 2—-5pm. Free. Well known traditional and mainstream singer.
I Scottish Trombone Jazz Ensemble Princes Square. 2-4pm. Free. Four of them. to be exact. with accompanying piano trio. Should resonate nicely in this setting.
I Paul Lamb and The Kingsnakes Brcwhousc. 9pm. £5. Well-established UK blues outfit.
I Blacklriars Collective Blackfriars. 10pm. Free. Modern jazz.
I Hung Drawn Quartet (‘at‘t’e Qui. 9.30pm. l-‘ree. Saxophone quartet.
off the Scottish Ja/zworks series.
I Chick Lyall Quintet Ramshorn Theatre. 4-6pm. £5 t£ It) day ticket). The Glaswegian pianist works in a wide range of idioms. but this should be at the jazz end of his spectrum.
I Steve Hamilton Trio Ramshorn Theatre. 7—9pm. £5 (£10 day ticket). Steve is now reaping the benefit of his stint at Berklee College. and looks set to fulfil all his early promise.
I Jazz Company Pizza lixpress. 9—1 lptn. l‘t‘cc. Swing trio.
i I Youth Jazz an (‘ity llall. llam~5pm.
l‘rec. .r\n opportunity for young musicians from all over Scotland to show what they can do.
I Stan Webb’s Chicken Shack
Brcwhouse. 9pm. £5. Sixties blues giants
f Chicken Shack are still walking the walk.
with guitarist Stair Webb the centre of attention. Support comes front the Backwater Blues Band.
I Dissentango’d Bar ()1. 9.30pm. Free. Jazz funk.
I Decoy Blackfriars. itlpm. l-‘t‘ee. Modern
jazz. I Picante (‘al’t'e ()ui. 9.30pm. l‘ree. Latin ; jazz.
1 I Andy Mitchell and Haitor Medboe City
Merchant. 9pm. l‘rce. Modern jazz duo.
I Rev Doc and The Congregation Fire lsSIilIlUIl. Noon. l‘i'cc. Blues.
l I Russell Cowieson Quintet McChuill's. 9.30pm. Free. leading young saXophonist.
I Francis Cowan and Marcus Ford Rab lla's. lilpm. liree. Mainstream to modern
I The Burt/MacDonald Quartet The 13th
Note. 2-4.3(1pm. free.
I The Tom Mclliven Four The I3th Note. 9pm. Free. Modern jazz.
I Late Night Festival Club Marriott Hotel. llptn. l‘rce. See Fri 30.
I Big Band Bonanza .‘ytetiwrtn‘s ()hl
l-‘ruitmarket. 3pm. £5. Derek Ciorman had clearly run out of inspiration when it came to picking the natnc for this one. but there is nothing wrong with the idea of bringing
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