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Page 8 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, July 24, 1985
Music to pervade the air during fair
(ContinuedfromPage7) Armatradin, Doyle offers emotional
variety of musical highlights to keep and heartwrenched vocals, in a style
you spinning in the action. Lisa Wolf just recently made available on her
and her band will provide funked-up "Aching in the Water" cassette.
jazz to move you through the day at 2 The Blue Front Persuaders, omni-
p.m. in front of the Union. Drawing fun jazz swingers, follow Ann at 3 p.m.
her repertoire from such notable with their boppin' set of spiritied
vocalists as Gil-Scott Heron toa whole w .swing covers and humorous originals.
score of originals, Lisa should keep Saturday night offers a perfect
you jazzy-cool, even in the sun. close to the Fair with a wide range of
Lee Barry and Prism productions sophisticated talents. For a cultural
have an exceptional line-up for Rick's cap-off to your Art Fair fun, the
outdoor stage on Church Street. At 2 N^.Museum of Art on S. State is hosting
p.m., the surfy wave of the Adven- "Music of the French Baroque,"
tures drench you with the sound featuring music by Campra, Hotterre,
Frankie and Annette could only hope and Couperin. The program includes
to hear. And following the Adventures -Ja choral selection, along with can-
is a sound Frankie and Annette never tatas and some fantastic chamber
dreamed of: Zy deco. I'm not quite music.
sure what it is either, but Buckwheat If the music of Campy and Coupy
Zy deco and the Us Sont Partis Band \ don't float your boat, jazz at the
will do their best. Led by an accor- Earle on Washington St, from the
dion, this blend of R&B, Western, and -teamof Rick Burgess and Patty
Swing, is one you've got to see to O'Connor should do you nicely. Or you
believe, let alone understand. But do can catch Mustard's Retreat at the
try, you'll get two chances inside Heidelberg on N. Main for a folksy
Rick's Friday night. close.
Another good bet Friday afternoon ' There you have it, a by no means
is the Alexius Trio. Fronted by pianist complete highlight schedule. But
Carl Alexius, this trio recreates the Daily Photo by CAROL L. FRANCAVILLA follow along and you'll get the hang of
jazzy swing of Count Basie and Duke Street musicians, like this trombonist at last year's fair, are a common sight and sound during the art fair. it, and have a little fun too. This is
Ellington at 4 p.m. under the Graceful what I think is worth your time, and
Arch. remember, everything but clubs at
AT 8 P.M. under the Arch, Peter tment Lounge in the Huron Towers - Ociate Steel Band at the Apartment, favorites as Dick Siegel and George night are free. So wallow in the diver-
"Madcat" Ruth once again takes to across from the V. A. Complex on you're gonna' have your ears full. Bedard of Kingpin fame) present a sity and sheer talent that is the music
the stage with his harmonica and Fuller Rd. Their very original blend Eclipse Jazz provides the highlights "musical theater" of eclectic in- of the Art Fair. And who knows, with
collection of blues standards and of steel percussion Calypso rhythms of Saturday's final list of events on the dividual talents, with Jitterbug dan- all the money you save, and fun you
originals. blended with Top 40 dance music is steps of the Union with an afternoon of cing to boot. Following at 1:30 p.m. have going to the free concerts, you
Topping off Friday night's worth checking out - if for no other jazzy bop and heartfelt folk. At noon, will be Ann Doyle. Carrying on the just might be able to afford 13 dollar
culturally envigorating highlights is reason - just to see how they do it. So Tracy Lee and the Leonards solo female acoustic/guitar tradition t-shirs to commemorate the whole
the Ociate Steel Band at the Apar- between Buckwheat at Rick's and the (featuring notable Ann Arbor of legends like Joan Baez and Joan thing. See you there.
11 am. five Orchestra members playing Max Plank directs local musicians
Mr. B - S. University and E. Univer- works by Haydn and other great com- p:30 p.m. through popularfavorites. Free.
sity. posers. Free. Dick Siegel - Michigan Union Stage, The Chenille Sisters- Michigan
Ann Arbor's own Mark "Mr. B" StateStreet. from Cheryl Union Stage, State Street.
Braun will play the best in blues and Ann Arbor singer-songwriter, and Three-part m n Cry Harmonica god. Free.
pla ._ __ --- E n,., __ ~, +,oDawdy, Connie Huber, and Grace Hroiagod re

boogie-woogie piano at various jun-
ctures (when the mood hits him) until
7 p.m. Dancers welcome. Free.
Ann Arbor "Y" Dancers - Graceful
Arch Stage, E. University.
Students and instructors from the
local "Y" perform in a variety of
genres. Free.

12:15 P~~m. member of Tracy Lee andt the toad re
12:15 p.m. eieiurusrcyL~ li U Morand. Free.
p Leonards Dick Siegel opens the Union
Organ Concert - Bethlehem United Stage with his particular brand of en- Trees - Mr. Flood's Party, 120 W.
Church of Christ, 423S. Fourth Ave. tertainment. Free. Liberty.
The American Guild of Organists Folk and rock from a fine local en- 8 P.M.
presents Anthony Williams and semble Freeo
Lavonne Harris playing works by 3 pem. b e Fabulous Checkers - Graceful Arch
Bach and Handel. Free. Our Lady's Madrigal Singers Stage, E. University.
Jump to the R&B sound of a local
Graceful Arch Stage, E. University. dance favorite.
A 22-member a capella chorus per-
1 p.m. forms English madrigals in period 6 p.m.

Noon Birch Cove - Graceful Arch Stage, E. costumes. Free. Surreal Estate - Morelli's Stage, Bar Time
Mustard's Retreat - Graceful Arch University. Church Street.
Stage, E. University. Ginny and Him Birchler and George Rock and RollTrio. Free. Bird of Paradise - (662-8310) -
Michael Hough and David Coveney play folk on guitar, banjo, 3:30 p.m. Jazz from the Rop Brooks Trio.
Tamulevich duet on guitars, har- and dulcimer. Free. Zarifa - Graceful Arch Stage, E.
monica and dulcimer with a reper- Rasa - Graceful Arch Stage, E. University. The Blind Pig - (996-8555) - R&B
teireraongingfrmfolk to rock. Free Guitar Music - Herb David Guitar University Beledi (Belly) Dacing from this from the Blue Front Persuaders.
Studio, 302E. Liberty Local dancers Navtej Johar and Middle Eastern dance ensemble.
Cartoons and Comedies - Dooley's, Herb David instructors and a Marcia Mai perform in the Bharat Free. The Earle - (994-0211) - Larry
3lOMaynard. variety of local artists play every natya style of South India. Free. Manderville, piano wizard.
Classic Warner Brothers cartoons conceivable style and type of guitar Main Street Comedy Showcase -
and silent comedy classics show for on the front porch of the studio until 5 (996-9080) - Rich Shydner laughs it
twenty to forty minutes on the hour, p.m. Free. 4 p.m. up.
every hour until 6 p.m. Children who 6:30 pem.
come for the cartoons also get a free Universty. Graceful Arch Stage, E. Sirab - Graceful Arch Stage, E. Mr. Flood's Party - (995-2132) -
balloon. Free. 2 p.m. Local folksinger Ann Doyle perfor- University. Steve Nardella and his Rock 'n' Roll
ms on guitar. Free. More Middle-Eastern dancing from Trio.
Recipe Demonstrations - Kitchen George Bedard and the Kingpins - a Chelsea-based seven-member en- .onan ,ks 65-13
Port, Kerrytown. Morelli's Stage, Church Street.aCes-bed evnm bre- Meuntain Jack's - (665-1133) -
AortlKerysoTn.MksoyistaerChurhtrd b First Light - Morelli's Stage, Church semble. Free. Jeff Baldori and Bob Gardner.
Allyson Tinker takes you step-by- First rate rock, rhythm, and blues Street. The Nectarine Ballroom - (994-
step through recipes from Martha from local masters. Free.sterCTh e ering andrthe - (994-
Stewart's Entertaining. Free. First-rate reggae from Cleveland, 5436) - Steve King and the Dittilies
Betsy Cook and Reger Marcus - featuring five former members of I- stomp.
og Tal FRick's American Cafe - (996-2747)
Intrada Woodwind Quintet - Liberty Graceful Arch Stage, E. University. Tal. Free.-FirsALigsne
Plaza, E. Liberty at S. Division. Traditional folk and classical music 7 p.m. -FirstLightshines. - Leizer the
Musar'sReret -MihianUnonU-Club - (763-2236) -Lie h
The Ann Arbor Chamber Or- on mandolin, dulcimer, and guitar Mustard's Retreat - Michigan Unon.o . Amazer handles the turntables.
chestra's Haydn Festival presents from this husbandand wife duo. Free. SCemepsti .Free. h StiledaeEUJohnnieosie

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