FASTER than a black Lamborghini and heavier than a tonne of bricks, the punk fury of San Francisco rockers All You Can Eat will bulldoze venues across the territory this weekend. Combining heavy rock and punk into a tooth-shattering amalgam, these hyperactive guys make Motorhead sound like Mozart as they leap over drum kits, amplifiers and sound technicians. But unlike the Sex Pistols these guys are all good fun and stop off in the territory as part of their 'Broke Punks on Vacation' world tour. Tonight you can catch them in the Fringe Club supported by grunge gals the Sisters of Sharon at 10pm. Tomorrow they perform at the Warehouse Project at about 8pm with other local bands Smudge and Star Horse. On Sunday they can be caught at the aptly-named Rockathon at the University of Science and Technology, which features the cream of local bands, and a few international guests, hitting the stage from midday. Tonight: Internationally acclaimed sax player George Young is in town for a string of shows at the Jazz Club (9.30pm). French Jazz pianist Christophe Lier plays the Piano Bar in the Rickshaw Club from 9pm. Lollipop features DJs playing classics from the 70s and 80s in the LA Cafe from around 11pm. Tomorrow: George Young's relentless reed-work takes over the Jazz Club at 9.30pm. Elements with DJ Mickey Smith and DJ Teng Boon fuses grooves at Judgement AD from 10pm. The Eh-Team grace Carnegies with some laid-back rock at 7pm. Latin jazz duo Dan LaVelle and Tim Wilson perform in Tables 88 in Stanley from 9pm. Sunday: Far Side, a new band consisting of several former members of the Soul Commotion debut in the Jazz Club from 9.30pm. Bambi and Blue Steel play classic rock in Carnegies about 7pm. Monday: Dave Colquhoun goes solo in the Jazz Club providing oodles of raunchy acoustic blues at 9pm. Tuesday: Welsh beefcake Tom Jones is in Hong Kong for two shows at the Academic Community Hall in Kowloon Tong to perform all his old hits and a few recent ones. Show starts at 8pm but book early if you can. Wednesday: That blasted Superlungs is back in town. Catch rock veteran Terry Reid in the Jazz Club to kick off his latest series of shows at 9.30pm. Tom Jones' second and last show in the territory. Be at the AC Hall at 8pm, book early. Blue Steel hit the Wanch playing classic rock covers from 9pm. Dan LaVelle in Tables 88 from 9pm. Thursday: Mad-cap British comedian-singer Neal Austin is in town for a one night only performance in Carnegies. Austin has a reputation for delivering relentless waves of gags. Don't miss this one, he hits the stage about 8pm. Terry 'Superlungs' Reid in the Jazz Club from 9.30pm.