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I Thanes Whistle Binkies. Niddry Street. 557 5114. Ilpiti. Free. Sixties garage punk.
I Haco 1.e Weekend. Cowane Theatre. Cowane Centre. Cowane Street. 01786 473 544. 8.30pm. See Fri 28 for ticket details. See preview. page 38.
I Otomo Yoshihide Le Weekend. Cowane Theatre. Cowane Centre. Cowane Street. 01786 473 544. 9.30pm. See Fri 28 for ticket details. See preview. page 38.
Glasgow I On The Streets Various city' centre . locations. Free. See feature. page 16 for details of the \ arious BBC radio road sllt)\\.\ and the parade which will make its way from Sauchiehall Street to the Merchant City.
I Texas and The Supernaturals Bai'rowlarid. (.‘iallowgate. 552 4601. 7.30pm. S()1.1) ()L‘T. See BBC Music Live listings. page 18
I Tony Christie Pavilion Theatre. Renfield Street. 332 1846. 7.30pm.
£ 15/2; I 2. The man who was walking like a panther recently with the ‘All Seeing 1‘ returns to wander down those aventtes and alleyways. as captured on the (int/re /’/(It't’.v favourite. llis rich voice is still iii fiiie Iettle
I Steve Harley ()ld I'I'tllllllill‘IsL‘I. Alhion Street. 28." 5.51 1. 8pm. £14.50. Part of Big Big Country. Twenty ~five years before Cray l)ad. llai‘ley w as doing the CS-IUUI'IILIIISI fronts a glammy pop group routine with Cockney Rehe1.;\nd he's still here. Part of Big Big Country.
I AC Acoustics The Arches. Midland Street. 221 4001. 7pm. Free. SOLD OUT. See BBC Music 1.ive listings. page 18.
I Lilly Of The West and Home Made lam Ramshoiii Theatre. Ingram Street. 287 5511. 8pm, £7 i£5i. This hluegrass hand are unique Ill their own country -< well. it is Bulgaria. attei‘ all. Singer Lilly I)i‘timeva is may iiiIlueirced liy hei natty e folk music. But o1 Big Big Country.
I Johnny 8: The Roccost)1d Fruitmarket. .'\II\IUII Sheet. 28-7 5511 2.3tlpiii. £5. \‘eteian Scottish rockahilly hand who have played \\ ith Fats Domino. Chuck Berry and |.itt|e Richard over the years. Part of B:g Big Country.
I The Lanterns, Cub and Riser King Tut's \\'ah “ah Iltit. St Vincent Street. 221 52.79. 8.30pm. £3.50 tadyance). £4 idooi'). 1-.diiihuigli's latest sleek pop act headline this Scottish showcase.
I The Yummyfur and Lungleg Nice ‘n‘ Slea/y. Satrchiehall Street. . 33 9637. 9pm. looks like this could he 1.ung1eg’s last gig e\ ei' e\ er ev ei‘. although they may he prepared to do loads of Sinatra-style coiiiehack tours.
I U Brown, Steve Barrow and Dom The 13th Note Cltih. Clyde Street. 243 21‘7. 9pm. £8 Duh evening \\III1 live toasting. .St‘c cllllk.
I Monkey Island, Underground Apes and Lummox The 13th Note Cafe. King Sll't‘t‘l. 1053.510“.
I Counterfeat Botirhon Street. (ieorge Street. 552 0141. 7pm. £4. I,111IL‘ Feat ITII‘LIIC Cilllli‘it‘
I Hickory Wind (iraiid ()Ie ()pry. l’aisley Road Toll. 429 5396 7.30prir. £2.50 i£1.50 iiieiiihersi Country sounds
I The Stone Rovers waxy s. (Irritlleriggs, 5.52 871-... ‘1 3le111 Free.
I Shine, Floored and Tanktop Bar One. Biairdoii Street. Motheiwell. 01698 251 30-1 9pm. £2.
I Live Music The Chill /.oiie. ls'ilkeniiy 's.
lohir Street. 552 3505. 9pm l’iec
I Dougie MacLean Lyceum ‘l‘heati‘e. (iiiiidlay Street. 218 4848 8pm. £13.50. See (ilasgow. I'I'I 28
I Peatbog Fairies Skye. Cafe (.iral'fiti. Maristield l’lace Church. Broughton Street. 557 8003. 9 30piii—2am. £9 on the door. £7.50 in advance from .»\\a1aiic|ie or Coda. \ Itill set o1 Celtic dance gi‘ooyes.
I The Honeyflys, Elkin, Two, Gallus, Smiler and Baby Faced Assassins “mac 1
House. 233 Cowgate. Edinburgh. 225
5583. 7pm. £3. Five-hand fundraiser for
Amnesty International. | E
I Badgewearer Le Weekend. Cowane Theatre. Cowane Centre. Cowane Street. 01786 473 544. 7pm. See Fri 28 for ticket details. See preview. page 38.
I Martin Tetreault 1.e Weekend. Cowane : Theatre. Cowane Centre. Cowane Street. 01786 473 544. 8pm. See Fri 28 for ticket I details. See preview. page 38. I Brian lrvrne Ensemble l.e Weekend. 5 Cowane Theatre. Cowane Centre. Cowane Street. 01786 473 544. 9pm. See Fri 28 for ticket details. See preview. page 38.
I Ian Dury Ciarety Theatre. Car'rick Street. , 01292 611 222. 8pm. £16.50/£13.50. The 1 man can still do the dirty funky punky 3 thing after all these years. sounding like you hoped the Happy Mondays would on 1 their recent comehack tour. The difference , is that Dury does it hecause he loves it. not hecause he needs to pay the hills.
Glasgow i I Simple Minds, Gun, Jimmy a Somerville, Teenage Fanclub and Big Country SFCC. Finniestorr Quay. 287 7777. 6pm. £25/£20. The ticket prices are minimum donations with no hooking fee on top. At the time of going to press. Simple Minds appearance was not absolutely confirmed. This niegagig goes under the hanner ‘Scotland For Kosovo’ and all funds go to lidinhurgh Direct Aid. Gail Porter and Jonathan Watson compere the event along with T\' chums Fred McAuIay and .-\11y McCoist.
I Chaka Khan Clyde .-\tiditoriurit. SFCC. Finnieston Quay. 287 7777. 7.30pm. £17.50/£14.50/£10. See BBC Music Live listings. page 19.
I Thunder Bai'rowlaiid. (.iallowgate. 552 4601. 7.30pm. £1 1.50 plus hooking fee. Thequ I'oot-oii-the-monitor rock deal.
I 10015 Holland 81 His Rhythm 'n' Blues ; Orchestra arid Sam Brown Cottiei' Theatre. Ilyndland Street. 357 3868. 8pm. See BBC Mtrsic I.I\ e listings. page 19.
I ldlewild, Chicks and Billy Mahonie The Garage. Satrchiehall Street. 332 1120. .7pm. £7.50p1us hooking fee. No age restriction. See BBC Music Live listings. page 19.
I The Jungle Brothers, Les Rhythmes Digitales and Freddy Fresh g2. Satrchiehall Street. 353 3111. 10.30piti. £9 plus hooking fee. See BBC Mtisic 1_ive ' listings. page 19.
I Lucy Kaplansky Ramshorn Theatre. Ingram Street. 287 551 1. 8pm. £7 (£5). Kaplansky recently collahor‘ated with l)ar \Viliams and Richard Sliindell on the
country folk project Cry Cry Cry htit now
she takes centre stage in her own right. Part of Big Big Country.
I Bagpuss, Kato, Whitewash and
Mellow Bird The 13th Note Cltih. Clyde Street. 243 21" 8pm. £3.
I Smackvan, Workshy and The Third
Way The 13th .\'ote Cafe. King Street. 553 1638. 8pm. £2 .-\tiiiospheric slowcore from Smackvan.
I Aerogramme and Biffy (1er Nice 'n' Slea/y. Satrchiehall Street. 333 9637. 9pm. I Fraudster Bi'el. Ashton Latte. 342 4966. 8pm. Free.
I Runrig Itdrrihui'gh Festival Theatre.
1.5- 2‘) Nlc‘ttIsttti Sll‘t'cl. 52900110. 7pm. £17.50/£16. The ever popular Celtic rockers continue to play the hig venues despite the loss of singer Donnie Munro to politics.
I Highland Drifting Festival: Labradford, Bruce Gilbert and Oval Care Royal. \\'est Register Street. 557 4792. 8pm. £8. Considered guitar es.perimentation from CS post-rockers 1.;thi‘adl'ord.ahly supported hy ex-Wire man Bruce (irlhert and German electronica crew ()val. See preview. page 38.
I Altered Beats 99 Jan. limit. 8 Morrison Street. 221 I288. |0pirr—3am. £3. Drum & hass - the 111/! element.