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Montrose Voice, No. 28, May 8, 1981 - File 009. 1981-05-08. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. July 6, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/1535/show/1526.

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Title Montrose Voice, No. 28, May 8, 1981
Contributor
  • McClurg, Henry
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date May 8, 1981
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 22329406
Collection
  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Montrose Voice
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Note This item was digitized from materials loaned by the Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM).
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Title File 009
Transcript Page 8 / Montrose voice / May 8.1981 Music A musical romance from the heart of Broadway — Order your tickets today! 8:00 p.m. Saturday May 23 Sunday Mav 24 Tuesday May 26 Wednesday May 27 Thursday May 28 Friday May 29 Orch. A V $18 S18 $18 $18 $18 $18 .'. BB SOLD OUT $15 S15 $15 $15 S15 Orch. CC-HH S12 $12 $12 $12 $12 S12 Boxes SOLD OUT S18 $18 SOLD OUT $18 $18 Grand Tier SOLD OUT $15 $15 $15 S15 $15 Mezzanine SOLD OUT $ 8 S 8 $ 8 $ 8 $ 8 Balcony S 5 $ 5 $ 5 $ 5 $ 5 $ 5 GROUP RATES — call 2270091. No refunds, no cancellations. All dates, casts and repertoire sobiecl 10 change SINGLE TICKET ORDER FORM Mail to: Houston Ticket Center, Jones Hall, 615 Louisiana. Houston, TX 77002 (PLEASE PRINT) Name . Day Phone Address - Eve Phone_ Citv 7,p FIRST CHOICE SECOND CHOICE TOTALS DATE I LOCATION | PRICE □ATE LOCATION PRICE I D Enclosed find check tor total amount (Payable to Houston Ticket Center) D Charge my account tor the full amount D VISA D Mastercard D American Express Service Charge: No Qf wats _ Account * _ Signature . More oldies get the Nelson treatment By ROBIN WELLES Copley News Service HOLLYWOOD - Back in the 1950s, in the saloons of Texas, Willie Nelson often had a hard time making himself heard over the roar of the drunks. But he did, and he became something of a Texas institution after a while — so much so that the rest of the country began listening to what all those good ol' boys in Texas had been listening to. Now Willie is a national institution and the drunks shut up when he sings. "It's scary, things are goin' so well," muses Willie. "I'm singin' and acthV. I don't work for a living." Yes, Willie is a platinum success, meaning his records usually sell at least a million copies. He has one out for Columbia now called "Somewhere Over the Rainbow." And if it doesn't sell a million copies it will be because Americans have run out of money. This is the second LP in which Willie has indulged himself by digging out some of the great standards of the past and giving them that special Nelson treatment. If you remembers his "Stardust" album, you'll recall how fine that treatment is. In addition to "Rainbow" on the current LP, Willie sings such as "Mona Lisa," "Who's Sorry Now?" "Exactly Like You," and "I'm Con- fessin'." ERIC CLAPTON - Another Ticket (RSO) - If Clapton keeps on performing like this, he'll not only be a survivor of the 1970s but also of the 1980s. This is a very strong Clapton album, fresh, original, and with superb musical backup. Eric ranges all over the place, from rock to country. First class all the way. SMOKEY ROBINSON - Being With You (Tamla) - Smokey is another long-dis tance performer (some 20 years now) who seems to get better with the years. He has a special way with a lyric that has endeared him to millions of listeners. That cool, mellow tradition goes on. LIVE UNDER THE SKY - (CBS Mastersound Series) — This is a digital, two-record album recorded in Tokyo in 1979 during a performance by Herbie Hancock, Freddie Hubbard, Tony Williams, Ron Carter and Wayne Shorter. Digital is definitely the wave of future because of superior sound reproduction. The jazz quintet never sounded better than this. SISTER SLEDGE - All American Girls (Cotillion- Atlantic) - One of the best quartets of this era lays down another silky-smooth, highly rhythmic selection of songs. "We are still family," says Sister Sledge, and that is no exaggeration. Like their lead song also says, they're also "All American Girls." KLEER - License to Dream (Atlantic) — One of the better new groups in the rhythm and blues-pop format, Kleer first popped onto the national charts in 1979 with the hit, "Keep Your Body Workin'." This is another funky, sultry outing that keeps things moving on the dance floor. Kleer Is basically a rhythm quartet which splendidly backs up the trio of vocalists. JUICE NEWTON - Juice (Capitol) — Newton has been hovering around the fringes of stardom for a few years. Her style also has been doing some wandering, from early folk through rock 'n' roll and on to country and pop. Now she seems settled on country and it could be that this wil] take her to the top — if she sticks with it. The voice is certainly there. THE ISLEY BROTHERS - Grand Slam (T-Neck-CBS) - Specialists in funky rhythm and blues, this sextet seem- sto be sliding a bit toward pop-rock as per their "Young Girls" on this LP. The Isleys have been together a long time and it shows in their precise harmonies and tempos. For what they do, they're hard to beat.
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