becoming the first UK signing to the re- 13th Note. 2—4.30pm. Free. Big band. activated Verve label. and kicks off a I The Tom "0"“an F01" The 13"i N016- night dedicated to the label with a set 91"“- FTL‘C- MOdem Jazz.

from his excellent quintet which will be I late "'9'" “Stival cm" Marrio" heavy on material from that album. Into Hotel. I will FTCC- 366 Fri 30.

the Blue. I Ro liar rove Sextet McEwan‘s Old

Fruittiiarkegt. 10.30pm. £12 (£10). Another 9

trumpeter. and another Verve artist. but I Tony Bennett Glasgow Royal Concert this time from across the Atlantic. and as Hall. 8pm. £10—£20. See feature.

hot as they come. See photo caption. I Jacky Terrasson Trio McEwan’s Old I Bruce Adams and Alan 3311185 ouintet Fruitmarket. 3pm. £10 (£8). See preview. City Cafe Bar. 10pm. £5. Frantically I Mingus Big Band McEwan’s Old energised. highly inventive contemporary Fruitmarket. 7.30pm. £13 (£11). See

bop from this Anglo-Scottish trumpet and preview,

saxophone combination. I Collaborations Ramshorn Theatre.

I Kidsamonium Ramshom Theatre. I—7pm. £6 (£4); 8.30-9.15pm. £6 (£4). 1—6pm. £3 (£1). Europhonium 95 goes Europhonium 95 goes for cross-cultural

under-10 for the afternoon in a repeat 0f collaborations of a still to be specified an event which by all accounts was a big nature. Expect the unexpected is probably

. success last year. the best bet. E I The Jorrit Dykstra Trio Ramshom I Whose Solo Is It Anyway? Ramshom Theatre. 9pm. £6 (£4). The grown-ups Theatre. 9.30—1().30pm. Fun. games and reclaim the venue with this Dutch improvisations. improvising trio. I King Pleasure and The Biscuit Boys I James Flynn and John Goldie Pizza Marriott Hotel. 8pm. £12. Birmingham's Express. 9—1 Iptn. Free. Smooth singer finest do their inimitablejump-jive thing. and slick guitarist. I Brian Shiel Trio Pizza Express. 2—5pm. I Fraser Spiers Blues Cruisers Free. Modern jazz. Brewhouse. 9pm. £5. Glasgow‘s own I Laura MacDonald Quintet Princes favourite blues singer and moothie man. Square. 2—4pm. Free. Modem jazz. I Dissentango’d Bar 91. Candleriggs. I Keb’ Mo’ Brewhouse. 9pm. £7. See 9.30pm. Free. Jazz funk. picture caption. I Russell Cowieson Iluintet Blackfriars. I Blacktriars Collective Blackfriars. 10pm. Free. Modern jazz. 10pm. Free. Modernjazz. ~ , I Bobby Wishart and Laura MacDonald I RoI Wyn James and Fraser Spiers Caffe Qui. 9.30pm. Free. Modern jazz. Caffe Qui. 9.30pm. Free. Blues. I I Madeleine MacDonald and [luck I John Goldie Fire Station. Noon. Free. ,‘ Archibald City Merchant. 9pm. Free. Guitarist. . u f ,’ Singer. I The Nigel Clark Band McChuill's. " "’ t ' u i I John Goldie Fire Station. Noon. Free. 9.30pm. Free. Modernjazz. I KEB’ MO’ The blues programme at The Brewhouse otters several attractive cumin“ I smmclyde Your}. Jan Orchestra The options. including Stan Webb (Sat 1). Homesick James and iioneviyov Edwards (Thurs I McChuill’s Cool School McChuill's. 13th Note. 2—4.30pm. Free. Big band. 6). and - slightly incongrooslv - Bab Noakes (Wed 5). Most Intriguing ot all. munch. 9.30pm. Free. Modern jazz. I The Jamie Kilbride (luintet The 13th is a first Scottish gig for Keb’ Mo’. aka Kevin Moore. a young singer (hrs vocal timbre ; I Spider Mackenzie and Dick Banovich Note. 9pm. Free. Modern jazz. is a little reminiscent of a lighter Tai Mahal) and guitarist from LA whose eponymous : Rab Huge 10pm. Fm. mum I Late Nigm Festival Club Marriott

debut album tor the revived Ckeh label suggests a considerable talent in the making. I smmclyde You“, Jazz Orchesm The Hotel. 1 1pm. Fret Sec Fri 30' Robert Cray thinks so too, and that’s maybe recommendation enough. The Brewhouse, Sun 9, 9pm.

I Tom Mctliven Guintet McChuill's. the Chris Barber group. but gets to strike

9.30pm. Free. Modern jazz. out on his own account here 'i ' I Duo De Hot Club Rab Ha's. 10pm. Free. I Hermitage Bar 91. 9.30pm. Free. Jazz ' Swing. l funk. "

IJamieKilbrideDuoThe l3th Note. IRubyCarterouartetCaffeQui. 1055 SAUCHIEHALL STREET. GLASGOW 53 7U9- 01‘4339. "55

Glassford Street. 2—4.30pm. Free. 9.30pm. Free. Modern jazz. D‘Azz. HA6 awéN ME A

I Wisermiserdemelza The 13th Note. I Spider Mackenzie and Dick Banovich

9pm. Free. Funky jazz. - City Merchant. 9pm. Free. Blues. W I James Flynn and John Goldie Tron ; I Gazelle McChuill‘s. 9.30pm. Free. m WHOLé 0”: TL

Theatre Bar. 10pm. Free. Smooth singer 5 Modernjazz. I‘ FE , o

with excellent guitarist. i I Madeleine MacDonald and Derek ,3 .1. t "t "ii ll A

I late Night Festival Club Marriott ' Archibald Rab Ha's. 10pm. Free. Singer. .J,'- l" ' R‘s r B t "

Hotel. 11pm. Free. See Fri 30. ; I D.F. Murray Trio The 13th Note. - ' ~23 ' '

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. g , : . .. . - it. n I The Scottish All Stars McEwan s Old . I Late mght Festival club Marriott | , . 'vli. .; ,, Fruitmarket. 7.30pm. £10 (£8). Bobby Holey “pm Free. See Fri 30 t. l’;;)’_. . .: 1., ,~ Wellins unveils the 1995 festival ‘I- y-fl/r jiif i. : .1”... commission. with the help ofa stellar I - ' 4 ._ ' , j. t I / ' home-grown band and the SYJO. See 8 = , ‘-IJ'lu|m v . - v, : . Preview. i t. \ NI all; . l

I John McLaughlin and The Free Spirits g I '| j .’ . McEwan's Old Fruitmarket. 10.30pm. £13 3 , J- 'j'pi (£11). Sec preview. . - - : -i I , I Clark Tracey Sextet City Cafe Bar. : .. -_ J’ I 10pm. £5. The drummer leads an i 1 . . I, j excellent bop-and-beyond outfit from i ". ' deepest southern England. featuring i saxmen Nigel Hitchcock and Dave J I




I Tom Bancrott’s Orange Ear Ensemble and Nikki "as Group Ramshorn Theatre. 9pm. £6 (£4). Europhonium 95 focuses on UK talent. with drummer Tom Bancroft‘s unpredictable (in the best possible way) band sharing a bill with pianist Nikki

lles's North of England-based quartet.

I Riverboat Shuttle P.S. Waverley.


7.30pm. £15. Trad jazz cruise. "

I James Flynn and John Goldie Pizza '- . v' ' t

Express. 9—I 1pm. Free. Singer and I David Sanchez Quartet McEwan's Old MORE JAZZ TRADITIONAL ALE AND GOOD FOOD THAN YOU CAN guitarist. Fruitmarket. 3pm. £10(£8). See preview. SHAKE A STICK TO.

I John Slaughter Blues Band Brewhouse. I Guy Barker Quintet McEwan’s Old 9pm. £5. Blues guitarist John Slaughter is Fruitmarket. 7.30pm. £10 (£8). Trumpeter best-known as a long-standing member of Guy Barker recently had the distinction of



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