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Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Jazz Mine No. 118 Saturday 5th. August 2017 from 5 to 6PM on

Play list Jazz Mine No. 118 Saturday 5th. August 2017 from 5 to 6PM on 103.2 Dublin City FM


PREQUEL FROM 16.46 Hours

A. Cool Eyes ( 5.53 ) - Horace Silver - CD 6 Pieces Of Silver ( 1956 ) as part of Horace Silver Four Classic Albums

B. Devil Or Angel ( 2.18 ) - Bobby Vee - CD Bobby Vee Sings Your Favourites ( 1960 ) as part of Bobby Vee Four Classic Albums

C. Lots & Lots Of Love ( 2.23 ) - Lavern Baker -

1. Gutter Ball Strut ( 4.24 ) - Funky Butt - CD Shaft

2. Theme From Shaft ( 4.38 ) ( 1971 ) - Isaac Hayes - CD Funky Soundtrack Sensations

3. The Nearness Of You ( 5.15 ) - Stella Bass - CD Too Darn Hot
11th October 2017 - "Stella Sings Ella" (with Hugh Buckley) - Limerick Jazz -

4. Boro March ( 4.49 ) - Derrick Hodge - CD Live Today

5. Detour ( 3.37 ) - Jason Carter - CD Evocativa

6. Lonesome Lover Blues ( 3.09 ) - Count Basie & Friends Vocal Billy Eckstine - CD 100th. Birthday Bash Roulette Jazz Records
William James "Count" Basie (August 21 1904 – April 26 1984)

7. Tir Na Nog / The Nearness Of You ( 5.23 ) - Cormac Kenevey - CD The Art Of Dreaming Candid Records
Tony Bennett: The Good Life
Friday 18th August, 1.05pm Room: John Field Room Prices: €16 (Concessions: €14) for details & booking
Cormac Kenevey and the Cian Boylan Trio


LONG SHOT - The Reunion Project

8. Jack & The Goblin Brothers ( 8.44 ) - The Reunion Project - CD Varanda

9. Veda ( 5.15 ) - Semuta - CD Semuta Take 1 1976 - 1979

10. Condor ( 4.47 ) - Ambrose Akinmusire - CD A Rift In Decorum Live At The Village Vanguard

11. Groove Swing Funk ( 4.11 ) - The Peter Edwards Trio - CD A Matter Of Instinct

Listen at Arthurs.
It's on at 8pm on the 19th of August.
This month at Listen at Arthurs we have another spring cleaning for the ears with Jazz and Soul infused Songs, Piano Minatures, Bach and Ysaye for Violin and Art History.

Co. Clare singer and guitarist SÍOMHA will be performing her beautifully crafted jazz and soul infused songs. Violinist Aoife Ní Bhriain will be performing poinient works for solo Violin by Bach and Ysaye. Peter Moran will be performing his impressionistic collection of 'Dublin Minitures' for solo Piano and to top it all off, we will have a Talk on Art History relating to Schoenberg by art historian Jessica Fahy

This night of eclectic music and spoken word is kindly supported, in their infinite wisdom, by Music Network

Tickets are €10 at the door

DETAILS RE SOME OF Howth Jazz & Blues Festival 2017 Programme


HUGH BUCKLEY & PHIL WARE - The Harbour Bar - 7:30pm
Guitarist Hugh Buckley and pianist Phil Ware weave an effortless take on original and varied material from the jazz canon interspersed with original material.

CLIVE BARNES - Tophouse O'Neills - 8:30pm
It has been said that Barnes can make one acoustic sound like six. A special solo spot for award winning Irish vocalist and lap steel guitarist. Barnes unique is filled with authentic grit, and the vivid tales of a masterful storyteller.
“With irresistible panache, Clive Barnes has produced a benchmark for songwriters”. - The Irish Examiner

FJoB feat ANDERS BERGCRANTZ (Sweden) - The Summit Inn Club - 9pm
Dublin's leading contemporary piano trio FJoB team up with acclaimed Scandinavian trumpeter Anders Bergcrantz for a thrilling encounter. Supported by the 2017 Piano Scheme
“F-JOB is a trio with bags of personality, where virtuoso playing is tempered by rich rhythmic textures strong melodies and a soulful collective voice”. All About Jazz
“…One of the best trumpet players in the world today…” Richie Beirach

LOS PARADISO - The Waterside - 10pm
Los PaRadiso have emerged out of the ashes of various famous Blues, Boogie, Rockabilly and Rock Bands that has supplied the best of music to the Irish and British scene and drive their own original songs with prowess and verve. They return to the live circuit with a band new album debuting August 2017.
‘Exhilarating original blues influenced music expertly delivered’ - Hot Press

MIKE NIELSEN QUARTET - O'Connell's (Pier House) - 10:15pm
Nielsen, one of Ireland's leading jazz guitarists and educators, leads his eponymous quartet through original and innovative jazz terrain.
” Perhaps the most truly original voice in Irish jazz” – Sunday Tribune

BOOKA BRASS - The Bloody Stream - 11pm
Everyone’s favourite horn wielders Booka Brass make their debut in Howth, playing their unique brand of New Orleans inspired ‘urban brass’ guaranteed to get you grooving.
‘Not your ordinary brass ensemble, but extraordinary! They’ll keep you dancing all night long’ - 2FM


JAWBONE - The Harbour Bar - 2pm
Acoustic guitar trio Jawbone weave an authentic mix of old time classics of folk tinged blues from Tampa Red to Muddy Waters and more. Perfect music for a Sunday afternoon in Howth.

AOIFE DOYLE BAND - Tophouse O'Neills - 5:30pm
Aoife Doyle’s unique, expressive voice is equally at home with jazz, folk, country, bluegrass or blues, and her singing can evoke memories of the sophisticated, velvet tones of Ella Fitzgerald, the earthy, sweet lyricism of Patsy Cline or the straight-up country clarity of Alison Krauss. Backed by Johnny Taylor’s subtle piano, Andrew Csibi’s inventive bass and Dominic Mullan’s sensitive percussion, the band has won much deserved critical acclaim
"Doyle’s singing is coming from a deeper, more natural place too, with a feeling for the blues learnt from Billie Holiday and the rare ability to improvise vocally...Her swinging quartet includes some of the best young players on the Dublin Scene.” - The Irish Times

BENEATH THE UNDERDOG - The Music of Charles Mingus - The House - 7:30pm
Bassist John Querney leads a quartet of stellar musicians for this tribute to the music of bass legend Charles Mingus interspersed with choice tales of the origins and effects Mingus has impressed upon the jazz world .

A LOVE SUPREME - Exclusive live performance of John Coltrane’s seminal record - - The Summit Inn Club - 9pm
Often acclaimed as one of the greatest jazz albums of all time, John Coltrane’s A Love Supreme will be performed in full for the first time in Dublin by a stellar line-up of Irish jazz musicians including Michael Buckley on saxophone, Ronan Guilfoyle on bass, Kevin Brady on drums and pianist Phil Ware. A great opportunity to see a highly complex yet much-loved album brought to life.
“John Coltrane's defining album” - Pitchfork Magazine

SUZANNE SAVAGE - The Waterside - 10pm
Charismatic Irish soprano, jazz vocalist and songwriter Suzanne Savage, described as "Ireland's hidden music hero" (BBC), leads a quartet of Ireland's finest through original material. Prepare to hear the sublime.
“Probably one of the best voices out of Northern Ireland in the past thirty years” -Jackie Flavelle, Downtown Radio

CHIEF KEEGAN - Wrights Findlater - 10:30pm
When we want the grooves we bring in the Chiefs! This funky 4tet, comprised of piano/organ, guitar, bass and drums take their cues from artists like Vulfpeck, The Meters, Lettuce and The New Mastersounds. Bluesy and with a deep and perpetual groove, this bootylicious music just needs you to complete the party!

THE MUSHBURGERS - The Bloody Stream - 11pm
Are you ready for this? Avant-Garde instrumental surf, distinguished by reverb-drenched electric guitars played to evoke the sound of crashing waves, largely pioneered by Dick Dale and The Ventures in the US and the Shadows in the UK. The Mushburgers are the tempo party rockers, noise-scape interventionists and face-melting psych-surf dream catchers with sounds drenched in single coil Fender guitars, big amps, big valves and epic, epic reverb.


A very special premiere concert devised and written by Irish jazz guitar legend, Tommy Halferty, featuring 10 musicians with an ambitious suite of material focused on the works of internationally renowned French philosopher and author Albert Camus. This concert is funded by a Music Projects Grant provided by The Irish Arts Council.
“Harmonically and melodically, Halferty is a distinctive guitarist” - The Irish Times

DANIEL RORKE TRIO - O'Connell's (Pier House) - 8:30pm
Saxophonist and Irish/Australian dual citizen Daniel Rorke has been called a "heavyweight" by the Norwegian Jazz magazine Jazznytt. However, he promises that since that article was written he has been on a strict diet and will be presenting a set of lean, original and compelling modern Jazz music with his trio of Matthew Jacobson on drums and Cormac O'Brien on bass.
Free Admission
Cool jazz

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