DJ MICKEY Smith's Rebirth Of Cool gigs have become the most popular all-night raves in the territory over the last few months and tomorrow night will see his biggest show yet. Hot Shot is the venue for this very funky evening which will feature special guests including Australian acid-jazz band Dig plus local favourites Mothership, DJ Simon The Tipster and Joel Lai. B-Squad will also be on hand with an array of jugglers, clowns and stilt walkers providing the laughs. It all starts at 1am and parties on until 8am when a full breakfast will be served. Admission is $150 and a generous portion of the proceeds will go to the World Wildlife Fund. Tonight: Former Rolling Stone Mick Taylor is back at the Jazz Club for a series of shows starting around 9pm; Dave Colquhoun will be playing at Mad Dogs Kowloon at 6pm before heading to Mad Dogs Central for more rock and blues at 10pm; Calypso kings Captain Mabullah at The Wanch from 10pm; Percussion ensemble Skinstrung at the Fringe Club from 9pm; Wayman Chapman at L.A. Cafe from 9.30pm; Just Say More are playing at club IT from 10.30pm and Soul Liberation at Hot Shot from 9.30pm. Tomorrow: Catch country and western band the Silver Spurs, fronted by Robert ''chicken pickin''' Finlay, owner of the only authentic pedal steel guitar in Hong Kong, at Mad Dogs Central from 10pm; top Australian bush band The Sundowners will be clicking their shears at The Godown from 9pm; Mick Taylor at the Jazz Club from around 9pm; Double bill at The Wanch with The Rattlesnakin' Daddies at 7pm to be followed by Splash It About; The Rock Gang at Amoeba from 10pm. Sunday: A new country-blues band called Snake Oil Salesmen will be playing at Mad Dogs Kowloon. Monday: The Musical Mystery Tour at the Jazz Club from 9pm. Tuesday: Dave Colquhoun at Mad Dogs Kowloon at 9pm. Wednesday: Dave Colquhoun at Mad Dogs Central at 9pm; Music Of This Century at the Fringe Club from 6.30pm; Bambi and The Bambinos at The Wanch, from 9pm; Jazz trio, Han Shan, at Amoeba; The Godown's Traditional Jazz Band on home turf from 9pm. Thursday: It's Another Musical Affair with Teresa Norton in the Grand Hyatt's Champagne Bar from 10pm; Radio Free Hong Kong at DDII will feature local metal band Heresy and special guests from Australia, the chart-topping Ratcat from around 10pm; Available Space at Joe Bananas from 9pm. Plus: Music Lights, playing rhythm and blues at the Cyrano bar, Island Shangri-La, from 9pm. Playing barfly favourites is Benjamin Jacinto at the Island Shangri-La Lobby Lounge from 7pm from Monday to Saturday. Edwin Gutierrez keeps the stool warm on Sunday. Singer Remedios and Samson on keyboard, performing popular tunes at the Island Shangri-La Lobster Bar from 7pm. Organising a show? Please send information to Live Music, Features Desk, PO Box 47, or fax 8111048.