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I Counterfeat Bourbon Street. George Street. 552 0141. 7pm. £3. Little Feat tribute band. Boogie on down.
I The Heads, Magic Dirt and Macrocosmica Nice ‘n' Sleazy. Sauchiehall Street. 333 9637. 9pm. The Heads play kickass acid rock ‘n‘ roll of the kind once purveyed so luridly by The Stooges and now to be heard in the meaner Mudhoney tracks. With support from Australian noiseniks iii the Hole/Sonic Youth vein arid Macrocosmica. the latest resting-place for former Teenage Fanclubfl‘elstar Ponies drummer Brendan ()‘ Hare.
I Mainstream and Nucleus Strawberry Fields. Oswald Street. 221 3010. 8pm. £3. This London live-piece have been described as ‘inssed-out hipster rock' and nod in the musical direction of Led Zeppelin. The Stone Roses and The Doors. Already under their belts are a number of vaiied support slots with the likes of Reef. The Bluetones and Geneva. They‘re touring to coincide with the release of new single ‘Privilege'.
I The Ducks The Halt Bar. Woodlands Road. 564 1527. 9.30pm. Free.
I Borderlord Wasys. Candleriggs. 552 8717. 9.30pm. Free. Country.
I Jam Session MacSorleys. Jamaica Street. 572 0199. 3pm. Free.
I Martyn Bennett La Belle Angele. Hastie's Close. Cowgate. 225 2774. 8pm. £6 in advance from Ripping Records; £7 on the door. See Fri 24.
I Fluid Stones. Frederick Street. 220 1226. 8pm. Free.
I Midnight Blue Cafe Graffiti. Mansfield Place Church. Corner of Broughton Street. 557 8003. 10.30pm. £3 (£2). A new live jazz night to round off the weekend in suitany laid-back style. With bands and DJs working together.
I The John Rae Trio Henry's Cellar Bar. Morrison Street. 221 1288. 10pm. £3 (£2). \"ibiiigjazz.
I Boyzone SECC. Finnieston Quay. 287 7777. £15.50 plus booking fee. Some side seats left at time of going to press. See Suit 26.
I Lynyrd Skynyrd Glasgow Royal Concert Hall. Sauchiehall Street. 287 5511. 7.30pm. £16. Finger-lickin'. heads- down southern fried country boogie machine — or they were the last time we looked.
I Blue Tip, Kerosene 454 and pH Family Nice ‘n’ Sleazy. Sauchiehall Street. 3339637. 9pm.
I Score Cavern Bar. Strathclyde University Student Union. John Street. 552 1895. 9pm. Free. Students and guests.
I Pigpen, Dorian and Tin Comic Liquid Room. Victoria Street. 225 2564.
7.30pm. £3. Iiasy-going. upbeat pop from headliners I’igpen -- who claim that their new songs will make you look five pounds thinner and improve your social skills. Sounds good to me?
I Happy But Twisted Stones. Frederick Street. 220 1226.8pm. Free.
I L ndsay Cooper's Free
Un erground Henry’s Cellar Bar. Morrison Street. 221 1288. 10pm. £2 (£1). Improvised and organised jazz jam. I T.I.A The Honeycomb. Blair Street. 220 4381. 10.30pm. £3 i£2). Musician Union (311.7.) iiiembers.get in free. Band oit stage at midnight. An evening of mellow dance vibes with poetic skills from .\l(‘s aiid l).Is iii the mix. Jabba play live Iiip hop/souI/I'unkEiazz.
I 2/4 Blues Session Tron Ceilidh House. Hunter Square. 220 1550. 8pm. Free. An informal blues session. not the usual boring jam with endless solos. All players and listeners are welcome to sit in or join in. There's no PA. btit there is a piano. so ivory-iinklers are especially welcome.
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I Boyzone SECC. Finnieston Quay, 287 7777. £15.50 plus booking fee. See Sun 26.
I Jack Ingram And The Beat Up Ford Gang King Tut‘s Wah Wah Hut. St Vincent Street. 221 5279. 8.30pm. £7. See preview for this young honky-tonker from Texas. His current album Livin ’ 0r D'VI'IJ' has been produced by Steve Earle to whom he's been compared.
I Comet Gain The Cathouse. Union Street. 248 6606. 8pm. £4. Diverse indie bunch who run the gamut of styles from power pop to sonic punk. as can be heard on their current album Magnetic Poetry. I Tonic. Monkey Boy, Red Apple and Iconoclast Nice ‘n‘ Sleazy. Sauchiehall Street. 333 9637. 9pm.
I Miss World, The Most and Limo The 13th Note. Glassford Street. 553 1638. 8.30pm.
I Floor Nine, Fuse and Ian McVie Glory Box. Curlers. Byres Road. 334 1284. 8.30pm. Free.
I Vagabonds Kilkennys. John Street. 552 3505. 9pm. Free.
I Glasgow Songwriters featuring Johnny Hill Blackfriars. Bell Street. 552 5924. 9.30pm. Free. Funky sounds from an acoustic guitar. Plus open mic guest spot. Arrive early to book your place: priority will be given to first-time performers.
I Catatonia, Big Leaves and Cruyff The Venue. Calton Road. 557 3073. 9pm. £6. The rather lovely Cerys Matthews and her Welsh chums hit Edinburgh to promote their new single ‘I Am The Mob' (WEA). The show will also preview material front their long-awaited forthcoming second album International Velvet. the follow up to Way Beyond Blue (Blanco y Negro). Anyone who caught this lot at T in the Park can vouch for their ferocious ability to rock. With support from local band Cruyff who made a good impression at In The City. I Songwriters Showcase Tron Tavem. Hunter Square. 8.30pm. £1. Information: 661 5275. Weekly forum for Edinburgh-based singer-songwriters. with anybody welcome to perform a fifteen minute set.
I Utopia The Cavendish. West Tollcross. 228 3252. 9.30pm. £3. New Tuesday night club showcasing young local indie bands.
I Magnum 4/4 The Honeycomb. Blair Street. 220 4381. 10pm. £4 (£3). M.U. members get iii free. Band on stage at 11pm. The Jazz Syndicates play live post-bop groove-funk. Expect some mind-blowing music. DJ Eh? Wun! supports.
I Loudon Wainwright Ill and Peter Blegvad Glasgow Royal Concert Hall. Sauchiehall Street. 287 5511. 7.30pm. £10.50/£I2.50. This long-serving US singer/songwriting made the occasional musical appearance on MM ’3‘S*H but is more renowned for his work on the more traditional concert circuit. Support from the singer. songwriter and cartoonist Peter Blegvad.
I Ozric Tentacles The Garage. Sauchiehall Street. 332 1120. 7.30pm. £7.50 plus booking fee. Meandering prog crusty crew who combine head-in-the- clouds Iiippy workouts with contemporary dance influences. which has some people swaying in ecstasy and others running for the exits. Named after an imaginary breakfast cereal you know. I Labradford, Ganger and Stars Of The Lid King Tut‘s Wah Wah Hut. St Vincent Street. 221 5279. 8.30pm. £5. Labradford make a minimalist elegiac guitar sound. takitig their time to build atmospheres rather than hit you with anything as obvious as a song. Glasgow‘s Ganger offer a groovier take on the same kind of approach.
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