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Page 9 Thursday, June 9, 1983 The Michigan Daily
Bars and Clubs at 12:15 today. Call 763-5900. Free. Anne Mills McCauley" continues this
Early Brass Consort week through July 24. Clare Spitler is
The Blind Pig (208S. First; 996-8555) The ensemble will perform 16th and pleased to present this first one-
The walls will reverberate when 17th century English music for their woman show of McCauley's new
Percy Danforth with the Easy Street Ann Arbor debut in the University paperworks. Her large drawings con-
Blue Five broadcast their old time Campus Chapel (1236 Washtenaw tain abstract shapes in layered
jazz renditions Friday and Saturday. Court). Admission is $4. Thursday at 8 pastels on a dark, mysterious
Joe's Star Lounge (109 N. Main; 665- p.m. Call 668-0576. background. The beautifully struc-
JOES) Eclipse Jazz tured paper collages are small. Mc-
The Madcat/Hambone Band comes Eclipse starts its Third Annual Free Cauley calls them "Simply Shapes."
alive this Thursday through Sunday in Summer Concerts today at 1 p.m. with (2007 Pauline Court). Call 662-8914 to
their Ann Arbor debut. Peter "Mad- the great music of Aluminum Beach learn the browsing days each week.
cat" Ruth and his harmonica team up and Stolen Legacy. For danceable Free.
catRuthandhisarmonicateamup music ranging from pop to funk to University Artists and Craftsmen
rock and even reggae, come to the Guild
field at the corner of Washtenaw and Pastels by Robin Kandel is an
Geddes and experience some of this exhibit that continues this week
L lsummer's most fun - all for free! through September 12 in the Univer-
Call 763-5924 for more information. sity Club. The work, derived from
L ist Second Chance landscapes and natural surroundings,
Those original punkers the is described by Ms. Kandel as, "At-.
with pianist Chris Cameron to create Ramones prove that after nine years mospheric portrails of natural
of wild music, the beat lives on. Come surroundings." This will be the last
original blues-based music. L see for yourself Sunday, June 12 at the exhibit of Ms. Kandel's work in this
M Fo sa (2W i ' Chance when Johnny, Joey, and Dee area for some time. The exhibit is
Rock with the Blue Front Per- Dee hit the stage. Cult Heros will also open during University Club hours.
suaders this Thursday and get set for be on hand for some lively new music The Ramones Call 763-4430. Free.
tunes. Call 994-5350 for more infor-
the blues of Willie D. Warren and the mtionn hiding out at the Chance. c
Brush Street Blues hand Friday and mation..Ann Arbor Learning Network
Saturday. Theater visible in the summer sky. showtimes Registrations are now being taken
Rick's American Cafe (611 Church; University Labor Theater Project are on Saturdays at 10:30, 11:30, 2, 3, for "The Craft of Comedy Writing for
996-2747) A collection of creative skits en- and 4p.m. and on Sundays at 2, 3, and Television," a three-day workshop
This Friday and Saturday Steve titled, Workers' Lives, Workers' 4 p.m. Tickets are $1 per person and taught by veteren comedy writer and
Nardella comes to rock your heart Stories is performed at 7:30 p.m. children under 5 years of age are not director Danny Simon.
away. tonight in the Mosher-Jordan Dorm admitted to the theater. Call 764-0478. The workshop is being run June 24-26
Second (516 E. Liberty; 994 lounge. The skits feature workers Museum of Art and the fee is $250. Send registratons
5350) talking about their lives and their "Kyoto Metal: An Exhibition of to P.O. Box 7797, Ann Arbor, 48107.
Dr. Bop and the Headliners promise work. Call 764-0492. Free. Contemporary Japanese Metal work" Limit: 40 participants. Call 763-4321.
a lively dance this Thursday and Ann Arbor Civic Theater Main Street continues this week through June 20. The Performance Network
Friday with their 60s classics while Productions The exhibition includes implements Attention Ann Arbor
Telasis presents lively rock 'n' roll on Eve Merriam's musical The Club is for tea ceremony and flower Choreographers! Work from all dance
Saturday. Sunday the Ramones show an amusing look at a turn-of-the- arranging, a variety of religious or- forms is needed for a benefit concert
ya that rock 'n' roll isn't just for high century men's club. The fact that all naments and jewelry demonstrating July 8 and 9. Proceeds from the con-
schoolers.See Music. the roles are played by women enhan- the delicate artistry of living cert will pay for a dance floor at the
ces the enjoyment. Admission is $4. Japanese craftsmen, some of whom Network, giving the Ann Arbor Dance
Music Ann Arbor Civic Theater, 8 p.m. Call have worked in metal for 15 Community a viable performing
662-7282. generations. Museum is open space separate from the University.
Michigan Union Arts Programs Exhibits Tuesday-Friday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and The concert offers a chance for Ann
Steven Romano and his guitar will University Exhibit Museum Saturday and Sunday, 1-5 p.m. Call Arbor dancers to join together.
pull on your heart strings as he per- Come see the newest planetarium 763-1231. Free. Contact Kathy Gantz Morse by June
forms passionate flamenco music in show, "Summer's Fare" to discover Clare Spitler Works of Art 13. Call 769-7838.
the Michigan Union Pendleton Room stars, constellations, and planets now "Drawings and paper collages by

Bromberg brings back the blues

waiting for," is an often heard
parental ploy that futilely attempts to

calm the naggings of impatient
children as they cry for the before-
dinner oreo or after-Crhistmas erector
The impatient child that is Ann Arbor
has been forced to wait for something
very worthwhile; David Bromberg.
For those of you who were left with
tickets for his cancelled May 27th and
28th shows at the Ark, they are joyously
valid for this Friday and Saturday's
Bromberg's virtuosity reveals itself
as his digits dance on the fingerboards
of the guitar, mandolin and fiddle. In
addition to being an accomplished and
versatile musician, his brand of enter-
tainment also reveals a sense of humor
and sensitivity towards the audience
that yield a lively, spontaneous perfor-
Bromberg possesses a fantastic
knowledge of American musical idioms
and uses that knowledge to produce and
perform music of cornucopian diver-
sity. The bases upon which he touches
are those of jazz, blues, country, folk,
and classical music.

One would not be bored easily
in listening to Bromberg music,
especially since it all tends to be very
good. Bromberg doesn't perform that
much so Friday's 9 p.m. show and
Saturday's shows at 7:30 and 9:30
should be savored as a rare commodity.
-Jim Boyd
Cottage INN
10 PM to 1 AM
Sunday thru Thursday
DRINKS 2 fori
TA N400 - Midnight
®% 1Tue. - Sun.

5th Awe at b"t 761-0700
Lola' must he
-Ade Sarri
FRI. -7:20 9:30
Come Back to 5& 10Jimy Dean"
FRI.6:00 8:00 10:00

L/UvI U DIUrrtoTIrg
. worth the wait

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