GLASGOW INTERNATIONAL JAZZ FESTIVAL LISTINGS
I Jazz DJ Bar 9|. 9.30pm. Free.
I David Murray Duo Cafe Royal. 9.30pm. Free. The Glasgow saxophonist. not the famous American.
I Chong Blackfriars. 10pm. Free. Jazz funk.
I John Goldie Tron Theatre Bar. 10pm. Free. Guitarist.
I rorn Mclliven Quintet McChuill‘s.
10 m. Free. See Sat 29.
I Late Night Jazz Club Marriott Hotel. 1 1pm. Free. See Fri 28.
I Russell Cowleson Quartet Bill’s Bar. l2.30—2.30pm. See Wed 3. I Mike Stern McEwan‘s Old Fruittnarket. 7.30pm. £12 (£10). A deﬁnite jazz-fusion theme at the Fruitmarket tonight. Guitarist Mike Stern’s pedigree includes the obligatory stint with Miles. and a long collaboration with another festival guest. Bob Berg (see Mon l). He leads his own quartet for this one. with Bob Sheppard (saxes). Jeff Andrews (bass). and ex- Chick Corea drummer Dave Weckl. I Riverboat Shuirle P S Waverley. 7.30pm. £15. See Fri 28. I rom Mcillven/llerrnon x Ramshorn Theatre. 9pm. £5 (£3.50). Double bill combining McNiven’s boppish outﬁt in a Latin mood. and Hermon X‘s full throttle Latin jazz. I Paul lamb and the Klngsnakes The Brewhouse. 9pm. £6. Award-winning British blues outﬁt. I have 0’iliggins Quintet Intercity Cafe Bar. 10pm. £6. See picture caption. I liebecca liollweg Pizza Express. 10pm. £5. The singer won much praise after her Scottish debut here earlier this year. I Yellowiackets McEwan‘s Old Fruitmarket. 10.30pm. £10 (£8). Smooth. in the groovejazz fusion from this well- established American outﬁt. I John Goldie The Fire Station. 8.30pm. Free. Guitarist.
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I lied llouse Bourbon Street. 8.30pm. Free. Blues.
I Spider Mackenzie and Dick eanovich Paddy O’Brien‘s Dream. 9pm. Free. Blues.
I Cissen’tangoed Bar 91. 9.30pm. Free. Jazz funk.
I D S Murray Quartet McChuill's. 10pm. Free. See Fri 28.
I Gregor Clark Duo Cafe Royal. 10pm. Free. Trumpet-led duo.
I Fred Quimby Quartet Cottiers. l0.30pm. Free. See Sat 29.
I Late Night Jazz Club Marriott Hotel. 11pm. Free. See Fri 28.
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I nussell Cowieson Quartet Bill‘s Bar. 12.30-2.30pm. See Wed 3.
I Jan Jamm City Hall. llatn. Jazz dance tuition - open to anyone over eleven years old. Just come along and join in. or contact Sheridan Nicol on ()131 228 1117 for advance information.
I Kidsamonium Ramshorn Theatre. l—5pm. £3 (£1). Fun. music. and more fun for kids of all ages.
I Gonzalo nubalcaba Cuban Group McEwan‘s Old Fruitmarket. 7.30pm. £10 (£8). The brilliant Cuban pianist was not heard to best effect on his only previous Glasgow gig. but his festival debut with his own kicking Cuban outﬁt should be just the stage he needs. Latin fans can hear all three of tonight‘s events (viz. this. Fourth World and the Latin Club) fora combined special ticket price of £18 (£16).
I Blues Masters - Homesick James and iloneyboy Edwards The Brewhouse. 9pm. £7. The veteran bluesmen struggled to be heard over the noise the capacity crowd made last year. it may now be titne to give the blues element of the festival a fair crack of the whip. with proper concert settings for the bigger names at least. and preferably the acoustic artists as well. ()r
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I DAVE Q’lilGGlilS: Saxophonist Dave O’Higgins is no stranger to Glasgow, or to the festival. lie appears twice this year, once on the opening night as a member of Martin Taylor’s Spirit of ojango (in an enticing double bill with singer Claire Martin at the McEwan’s Old Fruitmarket), and again with his own quartet in the Intercity Cafe Bar series. Since parting company with both iusion outfit Roadside Picnic and his previous record label, O’Higgins has out three albums in a more straight-ahead jazz style for the enterprising EFZ label, and continues to mature as a musician with every release. intercity Cale Bar, Fri 5, 10pm.
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I Jean ‘I’oussaint Quintet Intercity Cafe Bar. lOpm. £6. The London-based American saxophonist is steeped in the hop tradition. and leads a band featuring guitarist Tony Remy and pianist Steve Hamilton. who seems to be on just about every second gig this year.
I Bobby Wishart Quintet Pizza Express. 10pm. £5. Always a pleasure to heat' the saxophonist. and all the more so now that his regular weekly residence has disappeared.
I Fourth World McEwan's Old Fruitmarket. l0.30pm. £12 (£10). See preview.
I Latin Club McEwan's Old Fruitmarket. Midnight. £4 (free to Fourth World ticket holders). DJ Simon Hodge spins only the coolest. hippest Latin sounds around.
I Violet Leighton Duo Cottiers. 2.30pm. Free. Singer.
I Spider Mackenzie and Dick eanovich Bourbon Street. 3pm. Free. Blues.
I Jeannie Maxwell and ller Jazzwegians Bourbon-Street. 8.30pm. Free. Traditional jazz.
I Tom Mciliven Quintet Bar 9 1. 9.30pm. Free. See Sat 29.
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I Violet Leighton ouo Cafe Royal. 9.30pm. Free. Singer.
I llugh Reid’s Jan Spool McChuill’s. 10pm. Free. From the man who brought you the Velvet Underpants. You have been warned.
I Gregor Clark iluartet Blackfriars. 10pm. Free. Trumpeter leads his own quartet.
I D S Murray Quartet Cottiers. 10.30pm. Free. See Fri 28.
I Late nght Jazz Club Marriott Hotel.
l lptn. Free. See Fri 28.
I Russell Cowleson Quartet Bill's Bar. l2.30—2.30pm. See Wed 3.
I Jazz Expo Dancers Princes Square. 2pm. Free. Jazz dance.
I Fionna ouncan's Jazz School in Concert Ramshorn Theatre. 2—5pm. £4 (£3). A chance to check out how Fionna‘s pupils are shaping up.
I Acoustic lioots The Brewhouse. 4pm-midnight. £7. A mega-feast of acoustic blues. with guitar and harmonica duos Spider Mackenzie and Dick Banovich and Lindisfarne’s Nod Clements with Fraser Spelrs. slide guitarist Harry Gurevich. and National steel guitar specialist Bob Brozrnan.
I Empire State Sextet McEwan’s Old Fruitmarket. 7.30pm. £10 (£8). A New York night at the Fruitmarket. with this bop-based outﬁt as a prelude to the Mingus Big Band later on. Swiss saxrnan Fritz Renold and pianist Mark Soskin put the Sextet together two years ago. with Randy Brecker (trumpet). Bill Pierce (tenor sax). Mick Richmond (bass) and Danny Gottlieb (drums).
I The Wonderiul World oi louis Armstrong Theatre Royal. 7.30pm. £15—£10. Keith Smith’s tribute to the late great. featuring a genuine ex-Armstrong sidetnan in clarinetist Joe Muranyi.
I Mingus Big Band McEwan‘s Old Fruitmarket. 10.30pm. £12 (£10). See preview.
I Gregor Clark Duo Cottiers. 2.30pm. Free. Trumpet-led duo.
I linda Fletcher Bourbon Street. 3pm. Free. Singer.
I Morph Paddy O'Brien's Dream. 3pm. Free. Guitarist.
I Linda Fletcher Brunswick Hotel. 8pm. Free. Singer.
I Tom Mciliven Quintet Bourbon Street. 8.30pm. Free. See Sat 29.
I Gregor Clark Quartet The Apartment. 9pm. Free. See Sat 6.
I Spider Mackenzie and Dick eanovich Cafe Royal. 9.30pm. Free. Blues.
I iiigel Clark and Ewan Vernal McChuill's. 10 in. Free. Guitar and bass. I eiackiriars oilectitre Blackfriars. 10pm. Free. Modern jazz.
I ilerrnon X Cottiers. 10.30pm. Free. Latin jazz.
I Late Night Jazz Club Marriott Hotel.
1 1pm. Free. See Fri 28.
2A The List 28 Jun-11 Jul 1996