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The Meadow Brook Music Fes-
tival — Saks Fifth Avenue Fash-
ion Show will take place Aug. 14
at 1:30 p.m in the festival's
To purchase tickets, call the
community relations office, 370-
Vocalist To Sing
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Toronto and London, England.
Tonight's concert, from 5:30
p.m. to 12:30 a.m: in outdoor
courtyard of the Inn, is the only
date Coconut Groove will play in
United States this year . . . Ad-
mission is free until 7:30 p.m. . . .
The concerts typically draw
from 1,400 to 2,400 people to Troy
Hilton, Maple Rd. and Stephen-
son Hwy. . . . Coconut Groove's
home base is TWD's club in the
Yorkville section of Toronto,
where they play two-week gigs
every eight weeks.
Keyboard and vocal stylist
Ewart Everard Williams, native
of Guyana, provides a strong
Afro-Latin rhythm concept to the
band . . . Grenada native Lester
Boyke plays steel drums and bass
guitar in bringing a Caribbean
The Summer Nights concerts
continue with Rumplestiltskin,
July 26 . . . and other bands each
Friday night through Sept. 20.
REPUTATION OF Lowry's
(former Freddie's), Hiller Rd. off
Pontiac Trail between Haggerty
and Orchard Lake Road, is evi-
dent by so many recognizable re-
staurateurs who dine there.
Owner Dan Lowry is "the new
__kid on the block" . . . creating his
own image . . . and making his one
of the best places to go for food
value . . . amidst gracious, com-
fortable relaxed dining.
recalls that his first engagement
as a stand-up comic was in a place
so far out in the woods, his act was
reviewed in Field and Stream .. .
Opening night the boss said, "Kid,
I want to talk to you in the base-
ment" . . . Rod asked a waiter,
"Did the boss ever summon you to
the basement?" . . . Yes," was the
answer. "It was the night he made
me a waiter" . . . Rod said, "What
were you before — a busboy?" .
"No," said the waiter, "his part-
ner" . . . Dangerfield claims that
the neighborhood in which he ma-
tured was so tough that a sign in
the post office read, "One hundred
dollars reward for information
leading to the arrest of anybody."
. . . Further proof? They raffled off
a police radio car . . . with two cops
still sitting in it!
The city of Birmingham's
summer music series will feature
the Bugs Beddow Quintet with
vocalist, Ursula Walker, at 7:30
p.m. Thursday in Shain Park.
Admission is free.
Ursula Walker will perform in
Northland Center's Jazz Alfresco
series today at 1:30 p.m. The con-
cert will be held in the Center's
Great Lakes Court.