Music jazz listings
Glasgow, Fri 19
I Barb Jungr Tron Theatre. 63 Trongate. 552 4267. Spm. £7 (£5). l‘emale chanteuse who plays her own tribute to Bob Dvlan.
I Masquenada Henry's Jazz Cellar. S Morrison Street. 467 5200. tnidnight. £5. A Latin-infused jazz selection from these former (‘afe (irafftti regulars. including (‘himp of Salsa (‘eltica fame on percttssion and (’olin Steele on trutnpet.
I Konrad Wiszniewski New Blue Henry's Jazz Cellar. S Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8.30pm. £5. A new outfit for the award-winning tenor saxophonist Wiszniewski.
I Melting Pot Henry‘s Jazz ('ellar. S Morrison Street. 467 5200. tnidnight. £5. Trumpeter (‘olin Steele (Midnight Bltte Band) leads his six-piece through a dancetloor-mittded jazz set. with the emphasis on the fttnk.
I Open Door The Beat Jazz Basement. 1 Chambers Street. 0781 l 375374. Spm. £6. New York's Open Door (Vicki Bell and Peter Adams) present a jazzy. underground groove with electronic overtones and retro keys.
I Lynne O’Neil Henry‘s Jazz (‘el|ar. S Morrison Street. 467 5200. 8.30pm. £5. Lynne ()‘Neil supplies the vocals fora night of funky jazz sounds.
I Jafala The Pleasance ('abaret Bar. 60 The Pleasance. 650 2349. 9pm. £4. lidinburgh based jazz. funk and Latin sextet playing a tnix of originals and standards.
I Scottish National Jazz Orchestra Byre Theatre. Abbey Street. 01334 475000. Spm. S()l.D ()t'T. Saxophonist Tommy Smith leads the S.\'J()
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Konrad Mszniewski plays Henry's Jazz Cellr Edinburgh Fri 19 Apr
in a tribute to ('otmt Basie. as part of year- long programme to take the band ottt of the two largest cities.
I Louis Hoover’s Salute To Sinatra Festival Theatre. l3 2‘) Nicolson Street. 52‘) 6000. 7.30pm. £|3.50 -£l7.50 (£1 l.50 £15.50). The magic of ol’ bltte eyes is recreated by vocalist Hoover and a swinging seventeen-piece big band.
I Ross Hamilton Quartet The Beat Jazz Basement. t ('hambers Street. 07S] I 375374. Spm. £2 (free before
I lpm). tixpect three sets starting at 10.30pm (approx). Funky jazz from bassist Hamilton.
I Benn Clatworthy Henry‘s Jazz (‘ellar. S Morrison Street. 467 5200. S.30pm. £6 (£5). lixhilarating sax work from this former Ronnie Scott pupil.
I Jazz At The Trafalgar Suite Waterloo Buffet. 3 Waterloo Place. 556 7597. S.30pm. £3. See Sttti l4.
I Cathie Rae 'I‘olbooth 'l‘heatre. Jail \Vynd. ()l7Sb 274000. 7.30pm. £S (£5.50). (‘lassical jazz vocal repertoire sung by one of Scotland's most personal singers.
I Paragon Ensemble The Hub. ('astlehill. Royal Mile. 473 2000. 7.30pm. £6 £10. The contemporary music ensemble present 'The Jazz (iig'. an informal night of standards and new jazzy works. including the t'K premiere of Michael Daugherty"s ll'ltul's 'I'ltu! Spy/I .".
I The Flip The Beat Jazz Basement. l (‘hambers Street. 07Sl I 375374. Spm. £2 (free before I lpm). lixpect three sets
starting at 10.30pm (approx). ('lassic jazz with a tnodern twist from drummer Bill Kyle and an ever changing line-up.
I Ian Millar and Dominic Spencer The Scores Hotel. 76 The Scores. S.30pm. £3. See Mon I5.
I Paragon Ensemble The Arches. 253 Argyle Street. ()‘)()l 022 0300. Split. £0.50 ill). See Mon 22.
I Sophie Bancroft Quartet the Beat Jazz Basement. l ('hambers Street. 07S] 1 375374. Spin. £2 (free before
I lpm). lixpect three sets starting at 10.30pm (approx). Vocalist Bancroft subtly weaves folk and jazz influences ittto a mix of standards and contemporary numbers.
I Louis Hoover’s Salute To Sinatra Royal ('oneert Hall. 2 Sauchiehall Street. 353 S000. 7.30pm. £l3.50 £l5.50. See Sttn 2l.
I Dunstan Coulber with the Ricky Steele Trio The Piping ('entre. 30 34 McPhater Street. ('owcaddens. 2‘47 551 l. Spm. £S £l0. (‘larinettist arid tenor saxophonist Dunstan ('oulber won the Perrier Young Jazz Mtisician 2000.
I Liz McEwan The Beat Jazz Basement. l (‘hantbers Street. 07S] I 375374. Split. £2 £3 (free before l0pnil. lixpect three sets starting at l0.30pni (approx). Swing sounds frotn vocalist Mcliwan. who’s joined by Jimmy Woods on sax. Jack l‘inlay on piano. Ketttty lillis on bass attd Bill Kyle on drums.
I Power Of Scotland Big Band Henry's Jazz. ('eltar. S Morrison Street. 467 5200. S.30pm. £5. The Pow er Scotland Big Band members represent the best players around on the scene at the moment. coming together to play in a big band jttst for fun? Drummer Johtt Rae leads a veritable who‘s who of the Scottish jazz scene.
I Adrian Byron Burns The Star ('lub. Riverside ('lub. liox Street. 56‘) 72S7. 7.30pm. £6 (£4). ('lassic American blues musician and member of Bill \Vyman's Rhythm Kings.
I Green Juice ('anvas. l3 t6 Walls Street. 552 2 ltll. Spin. £5. lilectronic break-beat jazz from (ireen Juice. featuring saxophonist Martin Kershavv. \‘v'illy Molluson and Sly Si. pltts rapper l'i'osty' J at this new jazz night at ('anvas.
I Beat Root Orchestra The Beat Jazz Basement. l (’hambers Street.
()7b’l l 37537-1. 3pm. £2 £3 (free before l0pm). See Thu IS.
I Mario Caribe Quintet llent'y ‘s Jazz ('ellar. S Morrison Street. 467 5200. S.30ptn. £5. Latin flavoured jazz from this bassist backed by sortie superstars of the Scottish scene: Martin Kershavv. Malcolm .Mel-knlane. Brian Kellock atid John Rae.
I Shizuke and David S Ware Quartet Tolbooth 'l’heatre. Jail \Vy nd. ()l7S6 374mm. 7.30pm. £12 (£S): two day and festival passes also available. Stirling's l.e Weekend festival of avant- garde music kicks off vv ith dark. atmospheric psychedelia frotn female vocalist Shizuka and free jazz from tenor saxophonist David S \Vare's first ever Scottish performance (see preview ).
The following details are for regular free weekly dates: see main listings for one-off or ticketed shows. Gigs are listed by city, then by day. Residencies will be listed, provided that up-to- date details are supplied to us. Jazz Residencies listings are compiled by Henry Northmore.
I June Love and Alan Pike tiat Drink Man Woman. 34 King Street. 552 0206. Spm. .‘vlainstream jazz vv ith vocals. I Danny Thompson Baby (irantl.
3 7 lilntbank (iardens. 24S 4942. 10.30pm. .\ wide selection from this lounge pianist.
I Bobby Wishart and his Band Borders Books. 233 Buchanan Street. 222 7700. 7.30pm. Leading jazz \;t\ophonist \Visltttl‘t fronts this outfit. I Stephen Duffy Trio The Supper (Tub. 70 Albion Street. 552 2200. Spm. Jazz while you dine from vocalist and pianist Duffy leading this jazz trio in a Nat King (‘ole/Diana Krall style.
I Danny Thompson Baby (ii-and (see Thu). l0.30pm. Lounge pianist.
I Claire and Amy I.a Mirage Bar. Millennium llotel. (ieorge Square. 332 671 l. 2 5pm. Sit back atid enjoy jazz numbers vv itlt a drink or lunch (two courses for £5 l.
I Harry Margolis’ Miller Band l.‘:\ttac|te. 27 \Vtttel‘loo Street. 22f 32 It). 2 5pm. Big band in the (ilenn Miller vein.
I Lauder’s Big Band l.atitler‘s. Sauchieltall Street. 331 5lS0. 2 5pm. The big band sound. vv ith vocals from Heather \Vltiteford.
I George McGowan Orchestra liat Drink Man Woman (see Thu).
2.30 6pm. tiighteen-piece big band.
I Shelagh Buchanan and The Sandy Taylor Trio The Supper (‘lttb (see Thu). Spttt. linjoy' jazz from this renowned vocalist accomjxtnied by one of Scotland's finest pianists while you dine booking on the number above.
I Live Jazz Blackfriars. 3o Bell Street. 552 5024. 0.30pm. Modern jazz frotn guitarist Morph on Sat l3 .-\pt‘ arid froin saxophonist Brain Molley on Sat 21 :\pr.
I Danny Thompson Baby (ii-and (see Thu). l0.30pm. Lounge pianist.
I Jazz.com Sportsmans Bar. (iilmore Street. Paisley. 2.30 5.30pm. Mainstream arid l.atin jazz with vocals. Sttn 2| .-\pr only.
I Kenny Paterson Quintet Wot. I534 Pollokshavvs Road. 632 0l6|. 3pm. Scottish jazz singer Paterson leads this quintet featuring Bobby Deans on sax. Sttn 2l .v\pr only.
I Chris Clark Trio Drum atid Monkey. St Vincent Street. 22] 6636. 3.30 6.30pm. Mellow mainstreamjazz vvith \UL‘ill\.
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