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Pointblank Times, Vol. 3, No. 3, May 1977 - Page 11. May 1977. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 24, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/1393/show/1384.

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Title Pointblank Times, Vol. 3, No. 3, May 1977
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Date May 1977
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  • Feminism
  • Lesbians
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  • Texas
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  • periodicals
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Transcript Uou sto« ttaP^ I«fl9s H was up word. whethe their respon t i o n s Anyway movi ng in the of the Church oust beat It1 r th own ded boun , it tim nig tra aud on's first women's dance in eyery sense of the s difficult to say e women generated excitement or simply to the rhythmic vibra- ci ng off the wal1s . was shaking, stomping, e for about 250 women htclub-like atmosphere nsformed Uni tarian itori urn on April 2nd. Leading off the electrical event was Houston's talented Lucinda, singing and strumming in her own inimitable style. Then Be Be K'Roche, the all-woman band from California, rocked onto the stage with their brand of sizzling, foot-stomping music. The remaining hours simply evaporated . Our first women's dance was a smashing success. We'd like to follow it up with more. However, imported talents like Be Be K'Roche are only available if they're touring the area. We need to promote the talent in our own backyard so that musical events can be scheduled more often ds Housto money- women ' n i n g o the lo the re N1 k k i around hand. for th last M a v a i 1 a uci nda is n talent, paying gi s dance a f music. ng hours cent all - Van Hight midnight She was e Meg Chr ay, and h ble for m a prime example She delayed a g to come to the nd open the eve- She shortened for the women at night vigil for ower, arriving with guitar in the opening act istian concert as made herself any other lesbian of Musia- "local & imported and feminist functions. She's eager to share her time and talent whenever asked. Houston has other women performers too. Perhaps our next musical event should be a showcase for local talent. Pointblank Times would like to hear from the women performers in the Houston area who would like to share their music with other women. -Phyllis Lucinda photo: Sherry Collier Pointblank Times