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As pro­moter and fes­ti­val di­rec­tor Kevin Mor­ris makes clear in his in­tro­duc­tion in this short event’s brochure, the mem­ory of Billy Kelly, once gen­eral man­ager of Mayfest and then cre­ator of a whole se­ries of roots mu­sic sea­sons in the city, is still very much alive in this pro­gramme. That’s per­haps nowhere more true than at Hazey Rec­ol­lec­tions, to­mor­row af­ter­noon at Stereo. From 2pm to 5.30pm there will be sets by lo­cal ex­plor­ers of the ter­rain The Dog­house Roses, The Dirt, An­drea Glass, Porch Song An­thol­ogy and Colin Train. That event winds up in plenty of time to grab a bite be­fore Sheila E’s un­cle Ale­jan­dro Es­covedo (pic­tured) plays his set at The Arches, in his 60th birth­day year. Catch Glass’s sup­port set there too. Al­ter­na­tively, Sarah MacDougall pro­vides an­other way to close the sea­son for wes­ten­ders at Bar Brel.

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