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amOW "d the soon to be
The Great Lakes Literary Alliance brings
nationally known poet Thylias Moss and
local writer Lisa Lenzo to the Kerrytown
Concert House on June 17 at 8 p.m.

ARTS

Monday
June 15, 1998 I

Detroit to hear new Hayden R

By Jewel Gopwani
Daily Arts Writer
Singing songs of love, loss, loneli-
ness and friendship, Toronto's Hayden
will make a stop
at Detroit's
R Shelter this
Friday in support
Hayden of his latest
The Shelter album, "The
Closer I Get."
Friday, 6 p.m. Creating an
album that dif-
fers greatly from
his debut,
"Everything I
Long For,"
Hayden experi-
ments more on
his second effort
apd evolves as a musician.
Look out for the first single - a
sunny, upbeat track, "The Hazards of
Sitting Under Palm Trees."
Although the differences seem

almost shocking at first, fans who
enjoyed "Everything I Long For," can
find Hayden's vulnerability, sincerity
and charm in "The Closer I Get." But
fans will have to listen a little harder,
because those traits are a little more
subtle.
Joined not only by Hayden's guitar
work, most songs display a deeper
musical sound with numerous other
instruments.
The use of cello, drums, mellotron
and banjo helps a few songs pick up the
pace. Hayden even has a few border-
line dance numbers on the new album.
In a recent interview with HaydeA,
he discussed the transitions made from
his first tohis second albums, as well as
what to expect this Friday at The
Shelter.
"I got bored with just playing one
instrument every night for four years,"
Hayden said. "When I got the chance to
go into the studio with a bunch of dif-
ferent instruments around me, I took

advantage of it."
Hayden's tour in support of
"Everything I Long For" featured his
voice, guitar, harmonica and piano play-
ing. Because Hayden's new album
includes more, his live show will as well.
This time around, he is touring with a
live band which includes former mem-
bers of Poledo and Change of Heart.
Even now, many music fans in
America have not heard of Hayden. In
Canada, his music is more like a dis-
covery. Hayden admits that itsis tough
to gather fans in the States without
much support from radio and MTV
"Detroit's different, but in the rest of
America, there is a weird perception of
me," said Hayden. "But as long as I'm
playing live shows, people have a
direct contact with what I am doing,
which is a great way for people to actu-
ally see what I'm about."
And since the last album, Hay den has
changed what his music is all about.
With a docket full of shorter and more

Coutesy if Outpot Recrdis
Hayden floats to The Shelter this Friday, this time with a live band and a wider
variety of instruments.

melodic songs, Friday should not solely
be a night of the slowv moving ballads
that defined "Everything I.Long For."
With a stronger sound and a wider
range of tracks to choose from, layden
could induce everythina from tears to

WCW action heatla
By Gabe Snith World Order gang. Elizabeth, former wife and long time
Daily Arts Writer Rodman took a lot of flack from the manager of the Macho Man left his side
Over 4.5 million people tune in every Bulls for his guest appearance because to join Hollywood Hulk Hogan's gang.
Monday night to catch World he did not notify them of his leave of Macho, howsever remrained unphased
Championship Wrestling on TNT. And absence. as he attempted to settle his differences
for Detroit fans, WCW's Monday Nitro For those unfamiliar with the New in the ring with Rowdy Roddy Piper.
came to the Palace of Auburn Hills this World Order, itsis a renegade group of Piper and Savage were slated to wrestle
past Monday for three hours of drama wrestlers with hopes of taking over as a tag team on June 14th.
and excitement. WCW Recently, egos have clashed Macho Man, being the unstable
With the June 14 Pay-per-view just between Hogan and Slim Jim character he is, actually started picking
around the corner, this Monday night spokesman Randy Macho Man Savage, fights with Piper.
main event looked extremely promis- causing a split within the New World The night, however, belonged to two
ing. There was an air of excitement Order. Hogan's group has been labeled people. The first was Goldberg, the
amongst the crowd. Unfortunately, the the "bad guys" and Macho Man's the United States heavyweight champ who
first half wasn't. Not even the opening, "good guys." has dominated since his debut in WCW
when Dennis Rodman made a guest The second half proved most inviting last September. He has demolished
impromptu appearance with Hollywood as it started out with a big defection everyone in his path on the way to a 99-
Hulk Hogan and the rest of his New from one NWO side to the other. Miss 0 record.
This night was no different. He daz-
zled the crowd with incredible feats of
Pick up strength, disposing of his opponent in
record time, finishing him off with his
" « ;/trademark headspear and jackhammer.
The Palace could not have erupted
louder as Goldberg racked up another
at these drop _spots: in
The final tally belonged to another
crowd favorite, Diamond Dallas Page.
Student Publications, Page was caught in a recruiting war
Frieze Bldg. Pierpoint Commons between both factions of the NWO.
Der iispnBId (N.CampuS) E. Engin During his interview, as he was about
1 A w :: : ( harms , ulo.to decide whether he would remain

unstoppable foot-tapping to outright
dancing. Those who go to see Hayden
will have fun, however they show it.
"We're up there to have a good
time," Hayden said. "Htopefully ever-
one else NN ill to
SuMmmxer s
best
on PBS.
By Michael Galloway
Daily ArsFlitsr
Whether it's called the stupidbox, the
boob tube, the opiate of the masses or
even that infemal contraption, televi-
sion is often a target ofcriticism and vil-
ification. True, TV often merits these
attacks, but now when someone mutters
that there's nothing worthwhile to
watch on TV. one can reply "Oh, yeah?
PBS is running a series of innovative
documentaries throughout the summer.
IHave you seen those?"
Called "PO.V." (Point of View), this
independent film series shows highly
original and
evocative film
documentaries
on topics from
euthanasia to P.O.V.
Barbie.
Running until
the first week in PBS
August, Every Tuesdays, 10p.m.
Tuesday on PBS
"PO. V." show-
cases a director's
or directors'
efforts to shed
new light on
issueshighly per-
sonal to them in some way - but in
some vay deeply important to everyone
(even the Barbie documentary).
For instance "Licensed to Kill"
which will air June 23, was created by
filmmaker Arthur Dong, who was
attacked by four teenage boys in 1977
See P.O.V., Page 12

Hollywood Hulk Hogan looks pretty
scary here, but fans weren't afraid to
watch him do battle last Monday night.
loyal to WCW or turn to one of the fac-
tions, Hogan and Rodman appeared
with chairs and proceeded to nail the
former champion as the television cam-
eras tumed off.
With the defection of Miss
Elizabeth, Goldberg's defense of his
title belt and an appearance by
Diamond Dallas Page, the second
half of Nitro proved to be most enter-
taining.

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