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January 30, 1992 - Image 14

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Page 6- The Michigan Daily-Weekend etc.-January 30, 1992

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(clockwise from upper left)
Lyle Lovett, the show's headliner,
closed the show with smooth style
(despite the goofy look on his face).
Ignoring a broken string, Odetta
continued her performance in full
force.
The Four Bitchin' Babes, made up
of Christine Lavin, Sally Fingerett,
Megon McDonough, and Julie Gold,
stepped into the spotlight to intro-
duce the next act.
T he staff of the Ann Arbor
Therapeutic Massage Clinic was on
hand before the show to help ease
the tension. Here, musician John
Gorka gets - the royal Swedish
treatment after his soundcheck.
"An 1 want to do is sing great
songs and make people smile," said
Livingston Taylor.
Early Saturday afternoon was
spent setting up the sound and light-
ing equipment for the show.

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