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ROCK & POP: GLASGOW, TUE 4 MAY cont.
I The Amphetameanies Nice‘n'Sleazy. Sauchiehall Street. 333 9637. 9pm. The local ska supei'group play a ska-ii set to mark Sleazy's annual May The 4th Be With You evening. With Area 5l l)Js. '
I Doolah, Sand and The Hemispheres The l3th Note Cafe. King Street. 553 I638. 8pm. £l.
I Glasgow Songwriters Blackl'i‘iai's. Bell Street. 552 5924. 9.1.5pm. l-‘ree. Plus
3 open mic guest spot.
I The Dynamic Duo Show .lazz Joint. x Morrison Street. 22l I288. l()pm—3am. £3. Bi'eakbeat and hip hop act including rappers and breakdancei's. ()ld skool cool. See local live. page 39.
g I The Complete Stone Roses The
Liquid Room. 9c Victoria Street. 225
7 2.564. 8pm. £7. They wanna be adored. btit must be kicking themselves now it
looks like the real thing might be about to i'eloi‘iii.
I Colin Campbell Common Grounds. 2/3 North Bank Street. 226 l-ll6. 7.30pm. l‘ree. Acoustic ballads.
I Frances Black and Declan Sinnot King Tut's Wah Walt lltit. St Vincent Street. 22l 5279. 8.30pm. £I() plus booking l‘ee. Mary Black's sister has her chance to shine in the celtic crossover stakes.
I Fugazi. Hernandez and Lungleg
(ilasgow School ()l'Art. Renl‘rew Street.
332 ()69 l. 7pm. £6. Tickets in advance liom the :\rt School and 803 Records in
‘ the basement oi l‘lip. Queen Street. See preview tor the tincoiiipromisiiig l‘uga/J. . Spiky pop combo Lungleg wind tip
operations with this show I Hurricane #1 and Witness g2. Sauchiehall Street. 353 3| l I. 7pm. L6
' plus booking lee. .\'o .tge restriction. The
Hurricane album Only The Strongest Will Survive was lambasted in the last issue of The Ll.” btit their retro indie stance has its fans. Support from Witness who are in a similar vein with a more introspective approach.
I Velvet Skies. Nucleus, King Kirby, Montana and Soft Porn Eddie Strawberry Fields. ()swald Street. 22|
f 787l. 9 m. £3. I Batt e Of The Bands Nice ’n' Sleazy.
Sauchiehall Street. 333 9637. 9pm. Final heat of the competition. Line-up includes North Pole Radio.
I Wig Wam Bamz Flares. Bath Street. 33l 5 lot). 9pm. Free. Tribute to the glam
3 I Johnny Logue Brel. Ashton Lane. 342 4966. 8pm. Free. Solo acoustic
I Cathie Rae‘s Jazz Singers Night Jazz .loint. R Morrison Street. 22l l288. l()pm—3am. £4113). Ms Rae hosts an
: evening ol’ mellow sounds with assorted
I The Dickies, Caffeine and The Jockney Rejects Attic. Dyers Close. (‘owgato 225 8382. 7.30pm. £8 in advance from Ripping or Virgin. £l() on the door. The Dickies are the original LA punkers. cartoon punks with a contagious liey-ho-lez-go worldview.
I Aura and Screen Wilkie House. 207
(‘owgate 225 5583. 9pm. £3. Aura have .i rumpled and Stiltskiii past.
I Gay Dad The Liquid Room. 9c Vic‘tm'itt Street. 225 2.564. 7.30pm. £6. New indie kids on the block. Are they worth the hype‘.’ Go see for yourself as they promote new single. ‘Joyl'. See Personal Stereo. page 38.
I The Music Club 232 C‘annon‘s Gait. (Eiiioiigate. 5564.12“, 9pm. Free. Open - acoustic and electric. covers or originals.
I Jacquie Hanham Common Grounds. 2/3 .\’oith Bank Street. 226 lJl6. 7.30pm. i‘l’t‘t‘. New Zealaiitl-born singer- stillgﬁi‘llt‘l.
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