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, RADIO' 2 IS PRESEWTlNG A GOSPEL
ptogsamrne which commences on 1: July &h, and will be transmitted l weekly at 10.30pm. Pmwnted by ; Bob Sinfield, the p q r a mm e is , entitled The Gaspcl Tmth. And
Yu Hamison, W mident nub - waaw grist, begins a new series of 2 EvmtSaJJazz R a d on Radio 3 at "1, - 1.05pm on 25 June (and nine l! nzor-e Wednesdays the&)..
CLUB DATES SHEFFIELDMappin Art W e r y
(9th) Evan P&& & h k
Bailey with Horn W& Sax Quartet MANCHESTER Band an the W41
(3rd) Pete M d n Grmp (7th) African 1
werksbop (8th) Martin Simpssn
Wing THE NEW ORLEANS jAlZ CAPE IS
i , hnckin's fimt restaurant exclusive-
ly serving New Orleans Geole Food, which was deveIoped &-h a blend of cultures over tire last 200 y ew . Authentic bttisiana drinks combined with , c h i c cocktails af the 40s add ro the ambience of this swish new wetie. The CMk fmmm a New ,,, Qtimms Bnersetie upstairs and an e l e p t F ~ n c hQ m e c mtaurant ebwnseairp. The m a u m t will beme live every day during and dinnet, and seating a mtd of 240 peuple, the Cafe is open Moaday to Saturday with a , special Jazz B m c h on Sunday.
INew Orieans Jgu Cafe is situated at 10 Besk Street, London W1, just off Regent Street.
Schlitz Jazz!Sounds S C l m THE AMSRCAW &SE&, 15 M give an unprecedented boost to ths British Jau acene wirh its b f200,000 s pwwhip of Rhiitz
J~yizzSauads'86'-0pentoalljzzt ', tnusicians between the ages of l$-30. A demo taps Bf your bad, b i a g no m ~ r et h 15 minutes, . W d be pent co Sehlin. The r i m e r s will receive £2,000 of i ' r e q $ i t , all-expenses-paid trips
'l to America plus a dim0 tape mrdiag in Virgin StERdioS, with a view M relwing tfrr material k and a contteft with Virgin. The closing 'date for tapes is Aug. 15th, and full application forms can be obtained fromJatz Services,
< ' 5 Dryden S t , London WC2E
,+ 9 W . The finals will .be televised , a t Hewen Club, in London.
HERBIE HAMCOCK -20 YEARS BEF
Nicols ( l l th) Natural Vibes (14th) Latin workshop (17th) Tommy Smith's
ForwaKfMBdQa ' (24th) FlacoJimmw (31st) Will G&ms & Dam
T~asQ-t B I R M I N G ~B~PJORShcmg (June 27th) Pete Kiag
(4th) Kahy Smbart (11th) Bobby W&mi BIRMINGHAMMidland kKs
Muscles Optiond Arts On Film A NEW SPECIALIST MSC0 CALLED THE ARTS COUNCE HM SET LIP , The Stronghold is opening every new department and d v h * (S%&) Sunday evening from May at The panel to cover Film, Video 4 '
Cambridge Nightclub, 121 Lon- Broadcasting. Its function ktM be (JW don Road, Camberleyy, Surpy. to extend the council's &S&@# The music is black-oriented dance work in these media, and bo musk from the '40sthrough m the coordinate new initiati- $ppresent. Drinks are at normal pub cialist arts and music pmgrwsmw (2f@ prices all night. Admission is £2 will be seen far more freqwntiy, b e h Wpm, £3 thereofter. The usuany via Channel 4. A6 t&ae club is open from 9pm-2am. director of the British Film insti- %?@Q
tute put it: "Film and video m
Evan & Derek: Mbre essential tools for all the a.h . DEREK BAILEY AND EVAN PARKER hture years it is via these mrdie make a short t o w together in July that m a t of the public will W$playing solo and duo irnprmisa- ence their music, painziags, tions. They play: T k K ~ k r , theatre and so on." Leicester, July 7th; Mappin Art Gallery, Sh&eld, July 9th;Dove- msteaks cot Arts Centre, Stdckton-on- WHOOPS! IN ISSUE 28 OULY} (lM]l july 10th; Adelphi, David Corio was tesponsitde fbr M, july 1lth; ~ i ~ ~ o l n the brill Terence B l a n c k d +cie, munity Centre, July 13th. On ell Young took the Monday July 14th, they give a p h om and E m i i ~ h t - y< concm in Lgndon at the Purcell the Bell and Cusack pic, which Room, South Bank. 7.30pm srart. was i a e XP l b b l ~a e d i e d to. f2.50. Freeburg.