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October 23, 1989 - Image 12

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The University of Michigan Union


October 23 to October 29, 1989


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Preservation Hall:
The REAL Thing

Monday-Friday, 11-2
Monday-Friday, 4-8
Monday Evening
Tuesday Evening
Wednesday Evening
Thursday Evening
Friday Evening
Saturday Afternoon
Saturday Evening

Join us for lunch

Happy Hour: food, fun,
Monday Night Football

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Live band: TBA

Laughtrack with UAC
Soundstage: UAC
New Music Night with DJ
Tom Simonian
Watch the Indiana game on
the biggest TV screen on
Reggae Night with DJ Tom


Needs You

to Help Out...Just Once

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Preservation Hall is a well-
worn building in the heart of
New Orleans that is home to
some legendary old-timers
who still proudly display their
characteristic New Orleans
jazz sound. Three bands
work out of the Hall, convey-
ing to others "a pure and vital
folk art that [has] evolved
from 1,000 years of African
and European culture and
two centuries of American
slavery." The sounds are
Dixieland, swing, and the
blues. The musicians are
part of the same tradition as
Louis Armstrong and King
Joe Oliver. Together, the
building, the music, and the


The University Club is a private club for U-M students, faculty, staff, alumni and their invited guests. Only
members of legal drinking age may purchase alcohol. ID required.
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"The Mystery of Edwin Drood"
A musical spoof of the novel by Charles Dickens,
put on by AACT
Wednesday, October 25-Saturday, October 28
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre - 8:00, also 2:00 on
Preservation Hall Jazz Band
The best in authentic New Orleans jazz comes to
Ann Arbor
Wednesday, October 25
7:30 - Power Center
Pinchas Zukerman, Violin and Marc Neikrug,
"Technically dazzling" and always an inspiration,
this duo returns to AA
Friday, October 27
8:00 - Hill Auditorium
New England Ragtime Ensemble
Gunther Schuller conducts this ebulient 15-piece
"ragtime revival" group
Saturday, October 28
8:00 - Power Center
James Keelangham
An "evocative and passionate" singer/songwriter
from Canada
Saturday, October 28
7:30 and 10:00 - The Ark
Youssou N'Dour
The exuberant Senegalese pop star direct from
Peter Gabriel's "So" tour
Sunday, October 29
7:30 - Power Center
The Oyster Band
"Gritty" New Wave English folk-rock quintet
Tuesday, October 31
8:00 - The Ark
Bob Dylan
Singer and songwriter, Dylan is a legend of the
60s still making waves today
Wednesday, November 1
8:00 - Hill Auditorium
Orchestre de la Suisse Romande
Hear this "magnificent orchestra" in its Ann Arbor
Thursday, November 2
8:00 - Hill Auditorium
Christopher Parkening
One of the world's most elegant guitar players.
Sunday, November 5

Have Brunch Before
the Game
Before you head over
to the Stadium this
Saturday for the
game with Indiana,
stock up on some
good food. (That way,
you will never have
to stand in line for a
rubber hot dog.)
Come to the U-Club's
Football Brunch from
11-2. Just picture
y ourself eating these
specialties: eggs and
sausage, pasta salad,
sliced roast beef, rice
pilaf,, hocolate
mousse, and Wolver-
ine punch.
Now: 60 BLUE!
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Liszt, Mozart, and Chopin
Drop by Pendleton Room
Is your lunchtime kind of mundane? Spice it up by getting a
little free culture. Discover Arts at Mid-Day and meet some
famous composers too. This Thursday, October 26 from 12:15-
12:45, hear U-M music students Michelle Alexander, Scott
Holden, and Kevin Class playing music for the piano by three
of the best. Plan to visit the MUG or U-Club first and then
come by the Pendleton Room on the second floor of the Union
to hear the music.

musicians create something
timeless and uniquely their
These musicians are some
of the last of their kind.
While manyof the men are in
their 70s and 80s, their spirit
is alive and well. The bands
tour incessantly and also
continue to give daily con-
certs in their beloved home-
town hall. They have a
message for allmusic lovers
as they exhibit the history of
a music and the history of a

Trumpeter and elderstates-
man Kid Sheik will lead the -
band that will bring YOU to
your feet. Take the opportu-
nity to see The Preservation
Hall Jazz Band in person as
they bring the authentic
sounds of New Orleans to
Ann Arbor. They will appear
on Wednesday, October 25
at 7:30 in Power Center,
proudly presented by Eclipse
Jazz. Tickets are on sale
now at the Michigan Union
Ticket Office and special
student prices are available.
To charge by phone, call




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