Roll up, roll up – your regular Monday night entertainment is a Zoom session: The roots of Dave Arcari… the alt.blues troubadour playing the songs that influenced him, followed by an interactive Q&A session/chat… it all kicks off (so to speak) at 9pm…

On Saturday 21st one of our regulars – Findlay Napier ‘ is in an unfamiliar slot, instead playing a livestream from Greennotemusic London at 8pm. Also on the bill, SAMA nominee Jenny Sturgeon, and Nancy Kerr.

Also on Saturday, but from 10pm, Thee Moths celebrates “two decades of ever-diminishing returns and shrinking audiences” – yes, a 20th anniversary live stream from Alex Botten and… well, probably just himself, Tune in and find out…

And on Sunday 22nd, from 8-9pm, Dean Owens will perform Songs For The Dark Nights – on his own Facebook page.

Oh, you maybe missed it (we did!) but the second in this season of Tae Sup Wi’ A Fifer – the club night hosted and programmed by James Yorkston in Kirkcaldy’s Adam Smith Theatre – took place last week, but you can see it again now (below) – featuring Inge Thomson, Faith Eliott (w/ Suse Bear), Rab Noakes, and James Yorkston himself, along with Withered Hand and Kris Drever.

(And if that wasn’t enough, episode #1 featuring Andrew Wasylyk (with guest Rachel Simpson), Kris Drever (with guest Éamonn Coyne) and poetry from Harry Josephine Giles, is available to watch at

Tae Sup wi' a Fifer – Episode One from TaeSupWi'aFifer on Vimeo.