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Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Jazz Mine No. 77 Saturday 15th. October 2016 from 5 to 6PM on 103.2 Dublin City FM

Play list Jazz Mine No. 77 Saturday 15th. October from 5 to 6PM on 103.2 Dublin City FM



A. Driftin' ( 3.49 ) - Pat Coldrick - CD City Jam
Pat Coldrick in concert NCH John Field Room Wednesday 19th. October 8PM for more

B. Pinball Wizard ( 3.43 ) - The Hillbenders - CD A Bluegrass Opry

1. Mission Impossible ( 3.21 ) - The James Taylor Quartet - CD Blow Up A JTQ Collection Music Club Records

2. Boogie Woogie Country Girl ( 2.46 ) - The Jive Aces - CD Spread A Little Happiness

3. The Autumn Leaves ( 5.30 ) - The Roaring Forties - CD You'll Never Take Us Live

4. Little Prayer / Wouldn't It Be Loverly ( 5.18 ) - Scott Morgan - CD Songs Of Life

5. The Seventh Son ( 2.36 ) - Mose Allison - CD Creek Bank ( 1958 ) as part of Mose Allison

6. Seven Secrets ( 6.45 ) - Larry Coryell's 11th. House - CD Seven Secrets
Larry Coryell's 11th. House at Everyman Theatre Cork Sunday 30th. October on double bill with Kurt Rosenwinkel Band has more details

7. Sweets ( 6.37 ) - Olivia Trummer - CD Nobody Knows
Olivia Trummer part of Kurt Rosenwinkel Band at Cork Jazz Ferstival Concert Sunday 30th. October at The Everyman Theatre

8. The Polish Song ( 3.20 ) - Kurt Rosenwinkel - CD The Enemies Of Energy Verve Records
Larry Coryell's 11th. House at Everyman Theatre Cork Sunday 30th. October on double bill with Kurt Rosenwinkel Band has more details

9. Francessence ( 2.08 ) - Robert Glasper / Keyon Harrold / Marcus Strickland - CD Miles Ahead Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Sony Records
Robert Glasper Experiment Everyman Theatre Cork Saturday 29th. October on double bill with James Taylor Quartet has more details

10. Cibo Blues ( 4.47 ) - Boylan Buckley Evans - CD Soulful Days Lucca Records

11. I'll Tell Me Ma ( 2.28 ) - Tara O'Grady - CD Black Irish
Cork Jazz Festival Met Bar Metropole Hotel 7.30PM Friday 30th. October

12. Grateful Pt.1 ( 4.36 ) - Carmen Lundy - CD Soul To Soul

Hot Club Of Cowtown Upcoming Irish Tour Details See also

Irish tour information incl. Cork Jazz Festival Appearance at The Triskel Christchurch Sunday 30th. October 2016
Hot Club Of Cowtown Tour Information
Tue 25 Oct, 8pm The Sugar Club, Dublin 2
Wed 26 Oct, 8pm Regional Cultural Centre, Letterkenny
Fri 28 Oct, 8pm Riverbank Arts Centre, Newbridge
Sat 29 Oct, 8.30pm Droichead Arts Centre, Drogheda
Sun 30 Oct, 2.30pm Triskel Christchurch, Cork
Tue 1 Nov, 8pm Station House Theatre, Clifden
Wed 2 Nov, 8pm Linenhall Arts Centre, Castlebar
Thurs 3 Nov, 8pm Pavilion Theatre, DĂșn Laoghaire
Fri 4 Nov, 7.30pm Old Courthouse, Antrim
Sat 5 Nov, 8pm Bangor Castle, Bangor
Sun 6 Nov, 8pm The Black Box, Belfast

JJ Smyths Aungier Street upcoming events.

Saturday 15th October : The Business Doors 9pm - Adm €10
The Business are one of Ireland’s finest and longest performing blues bands. For over 33 years the band has maintained a hard working schedule bringing the best in blues and rock to the country. Featuring Pat Farrell (guitar), Jim Tate (bass) and Grant Nicholas (drums).

Monday 17th October : Donal Kirk and Anto Drennan Music 9.30pm (In the Bar) - No Cover Charge
Those of you who remember Sunday afternoons in Slattery's of Capel St and The Business, will remember Donal Kirk, one of the great vocalists who worked with the band over the years. Donal’s vocal while likened to the styling of Michael McDonald, this still does not do him justice. He is backed by Anto Drennan on guitar and together they explored a host of musical styles, from Lowell George Little Feat, Bonnie Raitt, Free, Bad Company, Crosby, Stills & Nash, Beatles, Bobby Bland, Vince Gill, Ray Charles, Etta James, Elvis, Ry Cooder, Dobie Gray, Guy Clarke, early ZZ Top, Dave Edmunds, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Willie Nelson to name but a few. Guitarist Anto Drennan is noted for his involvement with Genesis, Mike + the Mechanics and The Corrs whom he has played with throughout most of his career. He has also played with Clannad, Paul Brady, Moving Hearts, Davy Spillane and other well-known Irish bands and performers.

Wednesday 19th October : ‘The Long Way Around’ Doors 8.30pm (Music 9pm) - Adm €10

Ronan Guilfoyle – bass
Chris Guilfoyle – guitar
Matthew Jacobson - drums

The Long Way Around, the trio dedicated to exploring the complex rhythmic language of contemporary jazz, is literally taking the long way around when they head off to Australia, with the support of Culture Ireland, to play at the Wangaratta Jazz Festival. Wangaratta is Australia’s biggest jazz festival, and Ronan, Chris and Matthew will also be playing concerts in Sydney and Canberra. In addition to their trio concerts they will also be performing Ronan’s ‘A Shy Going Boy’ suite with three of Australia’s finest jazz musicians – Jamie Oehlers, Andrea Keller and Scott Tinkler.

This performance at Ireland’s premier club venue, the legendary JJ Smyth’s, will be their last performance before heading off Down Under, so come out and get a taste of what Australian audiences will be getting a couple of days later!

The trio is has just recorded their first album containing the typical rhythmic legerdemain with which they have become synonymous in the Irish jazz scene – expect lots of rhythmic cut and thrust, off-kilter grooves and the place where the familiar collides with the new.

Chris Guilfoyle is an up and coming guitar player on the Dublin jazz scene. He has studied at Berklee College of Music - where he was awarded a scholarship from Fender Guitars and the Jazz and Improvised Music Salzburg conference in Austria. Chris was also selected to represent his college at the International Association of Schools of Jazz in The Netherlands in July 2010. In August 2011, Chris was accepted to study at Dave Liebman’s Chromatic Harmony Workshop in Stroudsburg Pennsylvania, USA, and later went on to obtain his Masters Degree from the Luzern Jazz School in Switzerland.

Since graduating, Chris has been actively performing in the Dublin music scene as well as abroad. Although young, he has already played with such jazz notables as Dave Liebman, Eric Ineke and Ralph Peterson and his band Umbra were selected to play at the prestigious ’12 Points’ Festival in 2015, and the Jazzy Colours Festival in Paris.

Ronan Guilfoyle is a bassist, composer and an acknowledged innovator in the area of rhythmic technique. He has toured extensively in Europe, Asia, and America, performing with such artists as Dave Liebman, Kenny Werner, Joe Lovano, Kenny Wheeler, Brad Mehldau, John Abercrombie, Benny Golson, and Jim McNeely. Ronan's book, "Creative Rhythmic Concepts for Jazz Improvisation", is now seen as the standard text for the teaching of advanced rhythmic techniques. He has taught this at many schools around the world including Berklee College of Music, The New School, and is an associate Artist of the Royal Academy of Music in London. As a composer he has written a vast body of work for both jazz and classical ensembles, from pieces for solo violin to three-movement works for symphony orchestra.

Matthew Jacobson is a drummer, composer, bandleader, educator and producer currently based Dublin. He completed his BA in Jazz Performance at Newpark Music Centre, Dublin in 2008 and in 2010 he received a Masters Degree in Music Performance from Lucerne University, Switzerland. 

He has represented his country, touring with the European Jazz Orchestra in 2008 and performs regularly in Ireland and abroad. He is also a co-director of Diatribe Records, Ireland's leading record label for new sounds and the Irish co-producer of European exchange tour network and annual festival Match&Fuse. Since 2010, Matthew has been a member of faculty on Newpark Music Centre’s BA in Jazz Performance program, as both a drum tutor and ensemble leader.

Thursday 20th October : Ronnie Greer Organ Trio with Richie Buckley and Linley Hamilton Doors 8.30pm (Music 9pm) - Adm €12
Belfast blues guitarist Ronnie Greer has been at the centre of the blues scene in Ireland for over 40 years now. In the last few years he has also become more and more a feature on the jazz scene as well, culminating in the release of his new album, Ronnie Greer, The Jazz Project, which gets it's Dublin launch with tonight's gig. Ronnie's distinctive guitar style, which has been critically acclaimed as world class, has always contained a strong jazz influenced element, and on this album, he takes that a step further by making the swinging Blue Note style jazz of the 50's and 60's the main inspiration, while still retaining that essential blues feel and soul which epitomises his playing. Ronnie has also surrounded himself on the album with some of Ireland's very finest jazz musicians, all of whom appear with him tonight. Scott Flanigan on Hammond organ, Richie Buckley on tenor sax, Linley Hamilton on trumpet and Dominic Mullan on the drums.

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