I Ernest 'I'he Seotia Bar. l 12 Stoekwell Street. 552 86%“. 4pm. Free. (itls-inspired originals and covers.
I Phil’s Sunday Session I'isge Beatha. 232 246 \N’oodlands Road. 564 I596. (ipm. l‘ree. Bring your own instrument.
I Big Blues Jam Studio One. (irosyenor 'I’erraee. 34] 0516. 7.30pm. The Beauty Shop and Eugene Kelly King Tut's “ah “ah llut. 272a St V'ineent Street. 22] 527‘). 8.30pm. £5. Beautiful Illinois alt-eountry. See Five Reasons. page 45.
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I Adrian Byron Burns Studio ()ne. (irosyenor Terrace. 341 (i516. 9.30pm. ('Iassie American blues inusieian and member of Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings.
I Keith Edwards Quartet Brel.
3‘) 43 Ashton Lane. 342 4966. 3 6pm. Free. Saxophonist Keith Iidwards and his band with a mixture of uplifting elassies and lesser-known tunes.
I The Michael Deans Quintet Bar Bloc. I 17 Bath Street. 574 (i066.
5 (1pm. I‘ree. Quintet led by tenor saxophonist Deans playing a modern blend of bebop. jazz and funk.
I Primetime and Jan Douglas Archie's. 27 Waterloo Street. ZZI 32 II). 6 9pm. I’ree. New York-styled liye ja/I. entertainment from \‘eteran (ilasgow
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performer Jan Douglas and a rotating quartet of great players ineluding fine young drummer Paddy I‘Iaherty. Acoustic Ladyland and Bidgie Reef and the Gas Barfly. zoo (‘lyde Street. 0870 907 099‘). 8pm. £7. The most exeiting band to hit lelt'r it'll/I Jun/s HUI/um] since :\I the Drive-In started ehueking ehairs around. BB(' Jan Award winners :\L‘()llsIIC |.ad_\ land are headlong jazz punk instrumental genius. Alltl. It) inyoke the \\ lse \Hit'tls of Pavement. did you see the drummer's‘ hair'.’ See caption.
I Jazz Supper with the George Penman Jazzmen (‘al'e Souree. l St Andrew’s Square. 548 (i020. Spin.
£ l(i.‘)5; two eourses and coffee. ('lassie New Orleans 50s ja/x while you dine.
I Funkology Saint Jude's. Wt) Bath Street. 352 3800. 9pm. £5; free before I lpm. London-based nine-piece proyiding high energy funk. soul. diseo. pop. roek & jal/ to keep you dancing till you drop.
I Mosa Funk Club .\le('huills. 40 High Street. 552 2H5. l0pm. I‘ree. liunk sounds.
I Sunday Jazz House The ArtllotIse lIoteI. IZ‘) Bath Street. 573 (i002. .\'oon 4pm. I‘ree. Iinjoy some smooth ja/I sounds on a Sunday afternoon from a different band eaeli week.
I Big Blues Jam Studio One. (irosyenor 'I‘erraee. 34] 05”». 7.30pm. I’ree. Hosted by the New Blues Surfers with contributions from Studio One regulars such as Re\ Doe and the Nimmo Brothers.
see page 54 for details
" - followed by the best band award at the BBC Jazz Awards - it’s all happening for this exhilarating jazz-rock-punk quartet, who make a quick return to Glasgow after a spectacular performance at the Jazz Festival in June.
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