LOUIS SCLAVIS TRIO: Louis Sclavls came out of the experimental musical scene in Lyon, where he was a member of the L'ARFI collective, and has gone on to establish himself as one the most distinctive artists on the European jazz scene in a range of very different settings. An exemplary performer on bass clarinet and tenor saxophone, he is joined by bass player Bruno Chevillon and drummer Francois Merville in his regular trio to launch a three-night mini-series of innov- ative contemporary jazz with a distinctly French flavour at the Tron.
I Tron Theatre, Thu 3 Jul, 8pm.
I Buster Williams Quartet McEwan’s ()ItI Fruitniarket. 7.30pm. £12 (£10). If you hay e the original festival leaflet. you may be disappointed to find Buster Williams has replaced another great bass player. Charlie Haden. in this slot. The loss of Haden will be tempered by Williams‘s own qualities. and he will introduce three new young talents to Scotland in Carlos McKinney (piano). Stefon Harris (vibes) and Carl Allen (drums).
I Trevor Watts' Moire Music Mcliwan's ()Id Fruitmarket. l().3()pm. £0. Watts has explored an individual and highly committed path through free improvisation and world music since the (ills. and both those facets of his work are reﬂected in this band. with an improvised jazz trio of saxophonist Colin McKenzie (bass) and Marc Parnell (drums) meeting the Moroccan and African percussion of Ali Iaazang. Nana Tsihoe and Kofi Adu. I The American Songbook Inn On The Green. 7.30pm. See Sun 29.
I Carol Kidd Bourbon Street. 8.30pm. See Hi 27.
NAT ADDERLEY QUINTET: If Nat Adderley had never done anything else, the
I Kathy Stobart with Brian Kellock Pizza Express. 9pm. £7. A highly intriguing cross-generation meeting of tenor saxophonist Kathy Stobart. currently back in harness with the Humphrey Lyttelton band. and pianist Brian Kellock.
I Nimmo Brothers The Brewhouse. 9pm. £2. Hammond-driven blues band. formerly the Backwater Blues Band.
I Violet Leighton Quartet Victorian Bar. Tron Theatre. IOpm. £3 (£2). \‘iolet Leighton has left it later titan most to make a big push forward in music. htit she is increasingly being tipped as the singer to watch on the current Scottish jazz. scene. I Harvey Thomson Bourbon Street.
I 1.30pm. See Fri 27.
I Brian Shiels Trio Princes Square. 5pm. Free. Bass-led bop trio.
I Drum 'n' Bass 015 MeChuilt’s. 9.30pm. Free. DJs.
I Pat Keating and Alan McPike Blackfriars. 10pm. Free. Vocal duo.
I Late Night Jazz Club Marriott Hotel. llpm. Free. See Fri 27.
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abiding popularity of his hard bop classic 'Work Song' would have secured him a place in the history books. His contributions to the bop idiom go way beyond that, however, from the famous late 50: quintet he co-Ied with his saxophonist brother, Cannonball Adderley, all the way through to his current cross-generational band, in which his pungent cornet playing is backed up by a classic bop rhythm team of Walter Booker and Jimmy Cobb, alongside new- generation stars Rob Bargad and Antonio Hart.
I McEwan’s Old Fruitmarket, Sun 29 jun, 7.30pm.
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