Light Music is listed by date, then by city. Performances will be listed, subject to space, provided that details reach our ottices at least one week before publication. light Music Listings compiled by Fiona Shepherd
and Jim Byers.
I Streisand And Sinatra Tribute Pavilion Theatre. Renfield Street. 332 18-16. ()1' Blue liyes and ()l’ Big .\'ose get it together in a parallel universe.
I Simply Sondheim Glasgow Royal Concert Hall. Sauchiehall Street. 8pm.
£ l0.50/£8.50/£6.50 plus booking fee. Tickets from the box office and the Ticket Centre. Candleriggs. 227 55l l. A selection from the popular coitiposer’s repertoire. which includes the scores for Cuiiipuiiv and A little Night Music.
II IRASHO . he ain Attraction
Gigs are listed by date, then by city. Performances will be listed, provided that details reach our oltices at least one week betore publication. Jazz listings compiled by Kenny Mathieson.
I Glasgow Jazz Record Club Unitarian Church. 72 Berkeley Street. 7.30pm. Contact lirnie Spiers. l4 Glendee Road. Renfrew (886 2940) for membership details. A double bill. with l,illis ()ldham indulging some ‘l’iano Reflecnons‘. and Ernie Spiers taking a stroll on 'Broadway'.
I Geniie The Raiiishorn Theatre. ()8 Ingram Street. 227 55l l. 7.30pm. £6 (£3). (ienjie are a collaborative group of musicians. dancers and mime artists who will explore the physical interaction of their respective arts in the multi-media project .llo/iie/itx. The musicians involved. saxophonist Raymond MacDonald. bassist (ieorge l.ylc and percussionist Nick Weston. all have strong jazz backgrounds. I Robert Henderson Quintet Baseiiienl .la/./.. The Raiiisliorii 'l‘heatre. 98 Ingram Street. info on 887 4733. l0pni~<lam. £4 (£3). Trumpeter Robert Henderson has been making waves on the (ilasgow jazz. scene for some time now. in settings ranging from SYJ() through to Latin- jaxzers Hermon X. He leads his own band on this occasion —- expect the unexpected.
I Scott Hamilton Queen's Hall. Clerk Street. 668 20l‘). 8.30pm. £8.50. £7 (£5
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Edinburgh, Fri 8; Glasgow, Sat 9 on door. subject to availability). Top | quality niainstreanija/J. from US saxman
Scott Hamilton. who is joined on this occasion by an excellent local trio led by pianist Brian Kellock.
I Frankie Rattles Childcare Fund Benefit, St Brides Centre. l0 ()rw'ell Terrace. 346 i l-l()5. 8pm. £7. Jazz-pop duo Sophie Banccrott and Gina Rae support ceilidh- thrash merchants Shooglenifty.
I Melanie O’Reilly The Jazz Club. fvlacRobert Centre Foyer. University of Stirling. (H786 J6l081. l0.30pm. £5 (£2). The singer follows her recent lidinburgh date with another jazz-accented exploration of her Irish musical roots. in the company of David Milligan (piano). (lary l‘iiiiister (bass) and Andy McGlasson (drums).
I Scott Hamilton Moir Hall. Mitchell Theatre. (iraiiville Street. 227 55 l 1. 8pm. £7.50 (£5 on door. subject to availability). See l‘ri 8.
I John Burgess Guartet Pizza Express. I51 Queen Street. 221 3333. 9pm £1. including aperitif. call for reservations. lixciting and inventive contemporary ja// from the saxophonist who leads a very strong band. featuring David Milligan (piano). Brian Shiels (bass). atid John Rae ' (drums).
I Nigel Clark Guintet King Tut‘s with Walt Hut. St Vincent Street. 22l 527‘). 8pm. £7.50 (£5 on door. subject to i availability). See preview. ! I Strathclyde University Big Band i Stevenson Hall. RSAMD. I00 Renfi'ew Street. 332 5057. 7.30pm. £6 (£3.50). 24 1 piece band playing jazz standards and contemporary charts under their musical director John Davies.
I Bill Wells Quartet Paisley Arts Centre. New Street. 887 l0l0. 8pm. l-‘ree. .-\ slimmed down version of Bill‘s excellent ()ctet explore a range of material. lt'ottl jazz standards to original compositions.
I The Monday Lizard Traverse Theatre. Cambridge Street. 668 20l‘). 8—l0.30pm. A new development iii the (‘afe Bar. described as a monthly informal jazz/theatre performance night. offering a planned mixture of satire. new short plays and experimental pieces alongside jazz and new music. Writers and musicians interested in being considered as participants should contact the Traverse's dramaturg. Ella Wildridge. on 228 3223. I Blue Hyenas Fat Sam's Down Town Diner. 56—58 Fountainbridge. 228 311 1. 8pm. No cover charge. call for reservations. Blues.
I The Dreamliners l5at Sam's Down Town Diner. 56 5S I’ountaiiibiidge. 3| ll 7.30pm. .\'o ('(i\ er charge. call for
reservations. l-iarly rock meets sw iiig and jive.
I Joe Temperley Mott Hall. Mitchell ’l'heatre. (iraiiville Street. 227‘ 551 l. 8pm. £3 (£0). The recent death of ( iei‘t'} Mulligan has further thinned out the ranks of baritone saxophone specialists. btit the l‘llt‘d‘ﬂl'll. .\'ew York based horiiiiian .loe
'l'eitiperley '.s still g!oti.~.' strong. and his houiecoixiing trips .lZ.‘ .iiw.i_\s welcome. llt‘ l'c‘allls lll‘ llt‘!L‘ lH.‘ lltc‘ llt'sl i)?
with the Brian Kellock Trio.
I Fat Sam’s Band in sazn's Down T.in Diner. 50 5S l"otiiitaiiibridge. 2.28 illl 8pm. No cover charge. eat! for reservations. Swuig and jump ]l\t‘.
I Russell Cowieson Quartet Hciiiy '. Basement Bar. Morrison Street (opp .\l(i.\l cinema). ‘tpiii lam £2 (‘tiiieiitly lidiiibtirgh‘s hottest coiiteiiipoiaiy ia//
I Duck Baker lidinbuigli l-olk (‘hib l’lcasance (‘abaret Bar. The l’leas;iii~-‘e. £4 ([5) (it) door. The litl'sl ()l l‘.\ () successiv L‘ folk club gigs featuring aitists with distinct |a// references in their work. The brilliant .'\lll'c'l'le‘;lll finger-picker Duck Baker has cut a modern ia// album ill the course of an eclectic musical career. and is well worth checking out.
I Rhona Louise and Charlie Jay l’i/la lixpress. l5] (‘lllt‘t‘ll Street. 22l 313* 0pm. £2. including aperitit. call l'oi esei'v altoiis. .la// standards and ti'eattiients of pop tunes from this \ oeal and keyboard duo.
I Joe Temperley 'l'ion .la// (‘cttnz 'I'ion Tavern and ('eilidh House. Hunter Square. 220 1550. 8.30pm. £4 (£3). See Wed I3. I Peristalsis Brothers l'al sun's lionn Town Diner. 56 58 l't)lllllilllll\l'lil}’e. 228
3] l 1. 7.30pm. .\'o covet charge. call toi . reservations. Swing.
I Phil Bancroft Basement .la//. The
Raiiishot‘ii Theatre. Itigraiii Street. into on 887-1733. 10pm lam, £~l (£3). Saxophonist l’hil Bancroft can always be relied on to come tip with soiiiethitig both exploratory and intriguing. Plans for lllls gig include a possible further collaboration with musicians from a folk background. as well as his usual jaz/
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18 The List 8-21 Mar 1996