TONIGHT: The Captain Mabullah band at the L.A. Cafe. This four-piece combo specialising in reggae and Afro-pop sounds takes to the stage at 10pm. Folk songs by May Ip and Lee Walden from 7.30-8pm and again from 9.30pm at the Fringe Club bar. Admission $10 for non-members. Lee Warden at the Wanch from 10pm, admission free. The Wail at Amoeba. Former Blue Wail frontman William Tang joins Chai Soo, Joe and Mel for blues rock and some original numbers. Tomorrow: Midnight Shift at the Wanch from 10pm. Rock and jazz standards with some original material from this five-piece British/Canadian line-up. Midnight Shift will also be appearing on World Video Jury tonight (ATV World, 9pm) for the benefit of those too timid to venture forth to the Wanch. Scandinavian stand-up comic Eddie Skoller plays one night at the Hilton Hotel ballroom. The $450 ticket includes a four-course dinner. Eddie has recorded hit albums, starred in TV specials, and has taken his stand-up shows to places like the Improv Club in Los Angeles, so it shouldn't be too painful. The Rock Gang, a four-member band with a penchant for oldies, take to the stage at Amoeba. The L.A. Jammers at the L.A. Cafe. Sunday: Go to Mass, it's Easter Sunday. If that doesn't take your fancy, try Eugene Pao and Hollywood Underground at the L.A. Cafe. The house band gets a little help from Hongkong's home-grown jazz guitar genius. Monday: The New China Blues Agency at the Island Shangri-La's Cyrano Lounge. Oldies playing oldies for oldies. More blues, this time at Amoeba with a full night of acoustic blues from Monday Blues, formed from half of Blue Wail. Tuesday: Yet more folk. As it is the first Tuesday of the month, the territory's woolly jumpers take over the Fringe Club from 8pm. Ian Geekie, Stuart Hampton, Mark Lawlor and others are due to perform. Folk fans will be devastated to hear it is Hampton's farewell performance. Folk Society members pay $25, anyone else must dole out $40 at the door. The Wail at Amoeba. Wednesday: Han Shan at Amoeba. Experimental jazz which incorporates traditional instruments from around the world. The Bambinos at the Wanch play classic rock from 9pm. Thursday: Radio Free Hongkong at Amoeba, Ashley Road, Tsim Sha Tsui. Local alternative bands PNS join Andy Ingkavet and friends. Admission is the usual $25. Plus, JJ's staples the CC Ryders perform every night except Sunday. (Monday to Thursday 9.30pm onwards, Friday and Saturday 10pm kick-off). Wednesday is band night at Beefy's Cabin, Canton Road, and jazz night at the Godown restaurant, Admiralty, and Ken Bennett and the Kowloon Honkers hammer out trad jazz favourites most nights at Ned Kelly's Last Stand. Organising a show? Please send information to Live Music, Features Desk, PO Box 47, or fax 8111278.