concert will also feature a new composition for organ by Dick Hyman. Millennium Comm/mm. performed by Ben Saunders. This is always a sell-out. so advance booking is recommended.
I Cotton Club Liquid Room. 7.30pm.
£ l 2. Another not to be missed evening of mainstream action. with four sessions of bands featuring Joe Temperley and Howard Alden (7.30—8.30pm). Dick Hyman. Bob Haggart and Bob Barnard (8.~l0piii~‘).40piii). Stacey Kent. Howard Alden. Jake Hanna Quartet (‘).5()pm~l0.50pm). and a grand finale with Dick Hyman. .loc Temperley. Bob Haggart. Bob Barnard. and Jake Hanna (ll iii-midnight).
I roove Busters Spiegeltent. 8pm. £8. Traditional and mainstream band from Scotland. plus boogie-woogie piano from Renaud Patigny (see Fri 3) for additional events).
I Wayne Krantz Tron Tavern. 8pm. £8.50 (£6.50 Thu only). The guitarist leads his own trio. with Tim Lefebvre (bass) and Keith Carlock (drums). See preview.
I Georgie Fame And The Blue Flames Queen's Hall. 8.30pm. £l5. £ l0. Georgie's Mose Allison-influenced vocals and eclectic approach to jazz. and rhythm and blues have made him a popular draw over four decades now. and his high power band will feature top-rank British jazzmen like Guy Barker (trumpet) and Alan Skidmore (tenor saxophone).
I Salsa Celtica Cafe Graffiti. 10pm. £6. Edinburgh's leading Cuban-jazz fusioneers will be a big attraction.
I Late Night Jazz Club Caledonian Hotel. l0.30pm. £7. Alex Shaw. with special guest Jack Duff. who will bring along a few additional friends of his own.
I Education Programme Spiegeltent.
l lam. £3. children free. A masterclass for Jazz Piano led by Dick Hyman (llam--noon). and the final Jam Session (l2.30—2pm. admission free).
I Cotton Club Liquid Room. 3pm. £5. The Pianorama. with Renaud l’atigiiy. Colin Wood. Tom Finlay. Brian Kellock. and Dick Hyman at the keyboard.
I Cotton Club Liquid Room. 7.30pm. £12. Acker Bilk's Paramount Jazz Band (7.30—8.30pm; 9.50— l0.-l5pm) top and tail tonight's programme. with a set from the Dick Hyman Trio (8.45-9.45pm) in the middle
I Richie Milton Spiegeltent. 8pm. £8. Soul and blues singer Richie Milton. plus tnore boogie-woogie from Renaud Patigny (see Fri 3| for additional events).
I Wayne Krantz Tron Tavern. 8pm. £8.50. See Thu 6.
I Martin Taylor Celebrates Stephane Grappelli Queen's Hall. 8.30pm. £l5.
£ 10. The death of Stephane Gi'appelli robbed jazz of one of its most popular figures. but he will be present in spirit in this celebratory concert. in which guitarist Martin Taylor will lead his \l\- piece Spirit ()f l)_iango outfit. with Dave ()‘Higgins (saxes). lack limblow (accordion). John Goldie (rhythm guitar). Terry Gregory (acoustic bass guitar) and James Taylor (drums).
I Deuchars IPA Blues Festival Caledonian Brewery. 8.45pm. £ l 2. Louisiana's Larry Garnert l l. 15pm) tops the bill on the first night of the blues weekend. Dobro picker Kent Duchaine (8.45pm) opens the show. followed by the raunchy Bristol-based outlit The Night Porters ( t()piii).
I Midnight Blue Cafe Graffiti. l0pm. £6. Gritty soul-jazz from the regular MB crew (see Sun 2).
I Late Night Jazz Club (‘aledonian Hotel. Alex Shaw. with special guests the Dick Hyman Trio.
I Deuchars IPA Blues Festival Caledonian Brewery. 2.l5pm. £6. The afternoon session features Dick Wardell And The Moonshine Boys (2. l5ptn). The Moochers (3.35pm) atid. in a taster
listings EDINBURGH JAZZ & BLUES FESTIVAL
GARLAND REBELLO LOCKE PROJECT brings together the New York vibes wizard Joe Locke (pictured) with saxophonist Tim Garland (familiar from both Lammas and his own quintet) and pianist Jason Rebello (now back in harness after a lengthy sabbatical from the music) in one of the most potentially exciting new combinations around. Tron Tavern, Tue Wed 5 Aug.
for tonight. a solo set from The Blues Band‘s gttitaiist and singer. Dave Kelly (5pm).
I Cotton Club l.ltltlltl Room. 3 5.l5pni.
£5. .-\ Tribute to (‘liet Baker. leattiimg trumpeter (‘oliii Steele and singer ('athie Rae.
ETHEL CAFFlE-AUSTIN GOSPEL SINGERS make thei
r Edinburgh debut as this
raction in the always-
po ular Gospel Concert, and also feature in the Gala Concert. Their Alabama-born leader is a leading light in the he d With her Virginia-based vocal quartet, featuring Jeanetta Hobbs, Quandora Hornbuckle and Delnora
Roberts. Greyfriars Kirk, Thu 6 Aug.
I Cotton Club l.l(ltlltl Room. 7.30pm. £8. .-\ tiaditioiial lit/l finale. Willi litlinbuigli‘s Spirits Of Rhythm
(7.30 8.30 iiii) and Phil Mason's New Orleans A I Stars will) singer Christine Tyrell (8.45 l0.~l5piii).
I Farewell Party Spiegeltent. 8pm. £7. l’arty time with the Fionna Duncan Quartet and Fat Sam's Band (see Hi 3) for additional events).
I Laura MacDonald Band Tron Tavern. 8pm. £7 (£5 ). Since returning from Berklee (‘ollege in Boston. this highly talented alto s;t.\()pllt)tll.\l has been woiking mainly with her new husband. \tt\t)pllt)lll\l ’l‘oiiiiiiy Smith. but steps otit to lead her own group here.
I Deuchars IPA Blues Festival (‘aledoman Brewery. 8pm. £12. 'l‘onight‘s headliners are The Blues Band. playing both an acoustic t8pin) and electric illpmi set. In between. catch Mud In Your Ear (0pm) not literally. we trust —- and The Boogie Band ( Inpiii).
I Lizzard Lounge (‘aie (iiat't'iti Downstairs. l0pm. £7 (£6). The Lizzard lounge Allstai's l.ive. plus special guests. I Cafe Graffiti's Jazz Festival Party(‘at‘e Graffiti lipstairs. l0.30~2am. £10 (£8). While the Lizzard Lounge gets on with it downstairs. the church itself will host a party which bids farewell to the Jan. l'esll\‘;ll and ushers iii the liringe. with music courtesy of Amsterdam's New (‘ool Collective.
I Late Night Jazz Club (.‘aledoiiiaii Hotel. l0._‘s0pm. £7. Alex Shaw hosts the final late shift. with special guest l‘ionna Duncan.
I Deuchars IPA Blues Festival (‘aledotiian Brewery. 2.15pm. £6. The penultimate session of the blues festival features the Dana Dixon Blues Band (2.15pm). Andy Gunn (3.35pm). and Connie Lush And Blues Shouter (5pm). I Deuchars IPA Blues Festival ('aledonian Brewery. 7.45pm. £l2. Tam White w ill act as compere for the last session of the festival. which opens with sets from two powerful British bands. Richie Milton And The Lowdown (7.45pm) and Out Of The Blue
(9.30pm ). Louisiana's Philip Walker will provide a rousing climax to the action. with a little help from Tam White.
23 Jul-6 Aug 1998 THE U3T59