• Hamid Drake, William Parker, and Fred Anderson

In the weeks since the death of the great tenor saxophonist and Chicago scene stalwart Fred Anderson on June 24, there have been surprisingly few tribute concerts in his memory. On Wednesday night, though, the Hideout hosts an especially meaningful event: a gig booked before Anderson fell ill by a stellar quartet of his collaborators (drummer Hamid Drake, guitarist Jeff Parker, bassist Josh Abrams, and trombonist Jeb Bishop) and subsequently christened “Reflections on Baba Fred Anderson.” The quartet will improvise like usual, but for the occasion they’ll also play some of Anderson’s compositions.