MUSIC NEWS Scotland GIGguide …….. page 11: glasgow + mid west coast
the composer of every Spike Lee soundtrack since Jungle Fever but leading his classy, punchy quintet is where you need to hear him. Old Fruitmar- ket, Candleriggs, Glasgow, 0141 353 8000. 9pm. £20
WARREN VACHE & BRIAN KELLOCK DUO; There are great duos and then there are double-acts which send sparks flying and produce magic - and this reunion of American cornettist extraordinaire Warren Vache and the bril- liant Scottish pianist Brian Kellock is bound to fall into the latter category. A rare chance to hear two world- class jazz stars in such an intimate setting. City Halls, Recital Room. Candle- riggs, Glasgow, 0141 353 8000. 9:30pm, £16
BOYCOTTS; Bar Bloc, 117 Bath Street. Glasgow. 9pm. Free.
RAVEN REFLECTIONS COMEDY / ACOUSTIC NIGHT; You are invited to come see some great com- edy and music acts, such as. Janey Godley, Billy Kirk- wood, Allan Park, Emma Forman, .to name but a few. Chambre69, 69 Nel- son Mandela Place, Glas- gow. 8pm. £4.
BLACK RIVER THEORY; King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, St Vincent St, Glasgow. 8.30pm.
AIRPLAY /THE KLEP- TOCRATS /HOT JUPI- TER; Pop/Rock. Stereo, 22-28 Renfield Lane, Glas- gow. Door Time: 7.30pm. £4. Advance tickets from Tickets Scotland.
01 JULY ERIC CLOUTIER; Admiral
Bar,72 Waterloo St, Glas- gow. 11pm.
STONERUN; Nice and Sleazy, Glasgow
KEVIN MACKENZIE & STEVE HAMILTON DUO. A new project featuring original tunes and jazz standards inspired by some of the great piano/ guitar duets such as Jim Hall/Bill Evans and Pat Martino/ Gil Goldstein. City Halls, Recital Room. Can- dleriggs, Glasgow, 0141 353 8000. 7pm. £10
TLK live at Slouch, Slouch 203 – 205 Bath St, Glasgow. 7pm
KOBI ONYAME LIVE; Green Green Grasses Al- bum Launch Party. O2 ABC 2 Glasgow. Door time: 7.00pm
JONNY / LAURA J MAR- TIN; King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, St Vincent St, Glas- gow. £8.00,
STONERUN / THE FIC- TION /MONSTRO / TURBYNE; Nice N Sleazy, Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow. 7pm. £5.
CHRISTINE BOVILL; Award winning songwriter Christine Bovill’s residency at the Inn on the Green led to two hugely successful shows based on the life and work of Billie Holiday and Edith Piaf. Sway to the sounds of Lady Day and other jazz classics. Brel, Ashton Lane, Glasgow. 8pm. £8. Tickets behind the bar in advance or on the door.
RAYMO’s Birthday - Be- tatone Distraction / Ko- chka / The Red Show / Burning Flags; The Cap- tain's Rest. 185 Great Western Rd Glasgow, 7.30pm
ANTHEM CITY with Joe Deacon (Last ever gig); Retrospect, Bath St, Glas- gow, 9.30pm
ACRYLIC IQON; We're putting on a headline gig again, and will be joined by the ever wonderful Fare- well Singapore and our new friends, Tijuana Bi- bles. Nice N Sleazy, Sauchiehall St. Glasgow. 7pm.Tickets are £5, and are available from band members of any of the bands. The gig is 18+ and a Friday night, so let's get a wee night out on the go afters :
COOL STRUTTIN; Cats, kittens, Cool Struttin is back, this time in the heart of the Glasgow Interna- tional Jazz Festival. The Cool Struttin selectors will be servin up bop, hard bop, soul-jazz, latin, hammond - all the good good stuff. And in July we showcase a special live set from 'room 163' featuring Tom MacNiven, feed your heads! , McChuills, 40 High Street, Glasgow. Free Entry all night
Highlife -TRIBUTE TO THE SUN; Highlife returns to La Cheetah to play trib- ute to the Sun. We all know sunshine is one of the things Glasgow lacks, so this party is designed to play tribute to the little we do get and in order to help coax out more during the summer months. La Chee- tah Club, 73 Queen Street, Glasgow. 11pm – 3am.
RAM’S POCKET RADIO / WE ARE SOUL / EVERA / JOANNA SUMMER; King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, St Vincent St, Glasgow. £5.00,
BOOTLEG DOORS; Fan- tastic band with faithful covers of American band The Doors’ hits. The Arches, 253 Argyle Street,
Glasgow. Doors 7.30pm, £13 plus BF, 18+ Tel: 0141 565 1000
CALMASTHECOLOUR; The Box, 9 Stewartville Street, Glasgow.
LAURA WILKIE; With a nod to Stephane Grappelli and the Hot Club jazz Laura leads her new band
with their take on the great American songbook in a unique style! Brel, Ashton Lane, Glasgow. 3 pm – 6pm. Free.
THE JOHNNT 7 do JOHN BARRY; Numbering amongst their fans Mog- wai, Belle+Sebastian, Rolf Harris and Blur, the Johnny 7 have become a national institution as much for their
black polo necks, big moustaches and bossa nova interpretations as for their inability to play stand- ing up. Yet so much of their history is still shrouded in mystery. Brel, Ashton Lane, Glasgow. 8pm. £8. Tickets in ad- vance from behind the bar or on the door.
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