The Tennessean from Nashville, Tennessee on November 29, 1981 · Page 143
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The Tennessean from Nashville, Tennessee · Page 143

Nashville, Tennessee
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Sunday, November 29, 1981
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A7og of currant and future entertainmentl attractions In i'ffct Nashville drear.1 f 8 5 2 I TODAY PRINCE performs with (racial guests the Tim and Bogei t Zep at p.m. at Municipal ' Auditorium. Tickets ($t.M, lit B f II I f DALE, GALE, & JOHNNY The Hammond Brothers Country Music & Comedy RONNIE PROPHETS CAROUSEL DIANNE r SHERILLl- f (up JERRY BARLOW fir -,v WESTERN ROOM SO EDDIE & iVVW. 'Great,.,; f A' - fnunfru Pun JrtttBlW " , - THE EMBERS SHOWCASE miss r BOBBIE f - WALLS BRASS RAIL BLACK POODLE KELLY HOLIDAY SHANNON LANE CYNTHIA CANE $8.50) art new en tale et CentraTik, eye"! Men's Store, Hoddox Pharmacy and Dea's Records. V-f ; -; -, ; I WEDNESDAY v 1 ', "- . ' '. . ' ' , RUSH performs with special guests Riot at Municipal Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Tickers ($8-50 general admission) are now on sole at all Centratik outlets. U-2 performs with REM at Vanderbilt's Underwood Auditorium at 9 p.m. Tickets ' ($ J public) go on sale at Serrott Main Desk ' tomorrow. . y !' : ' . ' ' THURSDAY : JERRY LEE LEWIS plays the1 Grand Ola Opry House with special guest Kippi Bran-non at p.m. Tickets ($10.50, $9.50, $8.50) go on sale Tuesday at all CentraTik outlets. . THE HIGHTHAWKS play Vanderbilt's Underwood Auditorium at 8 and 10 p.m. Tickets ($S public) are available at the Sarratt main desk. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16 ' BLACK SABBATH performs with speclol guests the Ahrin Leo Band, 8 p.m. at Municipal Auditorium. Tickets ($8.50 general admission) are now on sale at all Centra-Tik outlets. ' CLUBS ;.,' . ' ALAMAN'S: Friday and Saturdayt Mellow Dair Duo, 10 p.m.-2 a.m. Louise Ave. AMBER lilt Wednesday-Saturday: Sons of the Beach, 9:30 p.m.-l:30 a.m. 10a 29 Ave. N. 320-9525. APOLLO M: Thursday-Saturday: Southpaw, 9:30 p.m.-2:30 a.m. 418 N. Dickerson Rd. (Goodlettsville) 859-5735. BLACK POODLE: Kelly Holiday, Shannon Lana and Cynthia Cana. Printers Alley. BLAZING SADDLES: Sunday: Bobby Duck; Monday-Thursday: Kenny Earl Show (writers night Tuesday)) Friday-Sunday: Forney Boys and Sandi Burnett. 2600 No-lensvilleRd. 331-3170 NASHVILLE'S GOOD TIME PLACE MONDAY: COUNTRY JAM SESSION " V TUESDAY: HAPPY HOUR 4-7 PM . WEDNESDAY: HAPPY HOUR 4-7 PM THURSDAY: NASHVILLE MUSIC ' , ASSOCIATION SPOTLIGHT 1 (COVER CHARGE) . FRIDAY: MICKEY SALTER & SIDETRACK SATURDAY: MICKEY SALTER SIDETRACK . SUNDAY: CLOSED Dance to the music of Mickey Salter i i HAPPY HOUR 4-7 p.m. EVERY DAY . . . 2 for 1! Steaks served every day 6 till. Buffet Monday-Friday 11 a.m.-2 p.m. and Thursday-Saturday 5 p.m.-8 p.m. - Built in 188) 81 1 Palmer Place off 8th Avenue near Lafayette 2564310 BLUEGRASS INN: Sunday: Writers' Night; Wednesday-Saturday) Doug Mounts and The Misty Morning Grass 9 -p.m. 1914 Broadway. 320-0624. BOGEY'S: Sunday: Gary Janning; Monday; Rick Steele, Ron Miller and friends) ' Tuesday: Dan Harvey Eckley and Jamia , Nicholj Wednesday: Richard Cotton Trio; Thursday-Saturday: Rick Steele featuring Ron Miller, 9 p.m. 80 Lion's Head Village. BOOTS RANDOLPH'S: Monday-Satur- day: Boats Randolph, 9:30 and 11:30 p.m.) Jimmy Travis, in tho lounge, 7:30 and 10 p.m. 256-5500 for reservations. BRASS RAIL Bobbys Jo Walls at the pl- ana bar. Printers' Alley. , BULLPEN: Monday-Saturday: ,Jim Vest and the Nashvilla Cats. Tuesday: Writers -Night. 2nd Ave. N. at Whiteside. CAMEL COUNTRY: Wsdnesday-Sun-' days Kenny Earl and Starriders with Chuck . Baxter, 9 p.m.-2 a.m. 11th and Woodland. ' 226-9270. CANNERY: Sunday: Mickey Salter, t p.m.-midnightj Monday: country font session; Thursday: NMA Spotlight with Tom KimmtL the Nerve, Ceo Vee Dyson and Tom Douglas; Friday and Saturday Mickey 'Salter, 9 p.nv-1 a.m. 811 Palmer Place (off 8th Ave.) 256-5310. ' CANTRELL'S: Sunday: Afrikan Dream land; Monday: Russell Pert Band; Tuesday: Brains; Animals; Wednesday: Bob ' House and Sam "Catfish" Routh;Thurs-day: John Scott SherriH and Wolves in Cheap Clothing; Friday: Tracy Nelson; Saturday: Dove Olnoy and the X-Rays. 19th and Division. CAPTAIN'S TABLE: Monday-Saturday: Trilly Cola, 8, 9:30 and 11 p.m. 313Vi . Church St. 256-3353. - . v CAROUSEL: Hammond Brothers,. Printers Alley. ' CONTINENTAL INN: Monday-Saturday: Bobby Lush m the lounge, 9 p.m.-1 a.m. COUNTRY . PLAYHOUSE: Friday-Sunday: Sagebrush, 9 p.m.-2:30 a.m. 3940. Dickerson Rd. 865-9847. COUNTRY SHOWCASE: Wednesdays-Eddie Honsley, 7-1 1p.m. DOWNTOWNER (Rivergate): Mondey-Saturday: Redwing in the Upstairs Lounge, -9 p.m.4il. 622 Two Mile Pike. 859-2861. EMBERS: Eddie and Joe: Printers Alley. - FAISON'S: Thursday: Richard Corten. Jim Ferguson, foil due, 9:30 p.m. 2000 Belmont. FISHERY: Sunday: Richard Corten Trio, 8 p.m. -midnight. , FOUR GUYS HARMONY HOUSE: Sunday-Wednesday: dosed; Thursday: Four . Guys, 8:30; Friday: Four Guys, 7:15 and 10:15 p.m.; Saturday: Lonia and Oscar, 7:15 and 10:15 p.m. HERMITAGE HOTEL Tuesday-Friday: 4-7 p.m. Michael WinJet on Veranda; Tuas-day-Saturday: 7-11 p.m. Marlene and Jerry Tachoir an Veranda; Sunday: 6-11 p.m. Cindy Reynolds in Dining Room, Monday-Saturday: Myma Rosa 6:30-11:30 p.m. in Dining Room. HOWARD JOHNSON'S N.: Jim Olivar, Tuesday-Thursday 8 p.m.-midnight, Friday and Saturday 9 p.m.-l a.m. Trinity Ln. and 1-65. 226-4600. HYATT REGENCY: Window Box: Sunday: Charlotte Hurt, Monday-Friday: S p.m.-9:45 p.m.; Saturday: Sonny Maya, 9 P-m.-midnight. " . " K.O. JAMS (Murfraosboro): Tuesday: No Art) Wednesday: Tomboy Thursday: Hots; Friday- Invader; Saturday: tba, 1511 E. Main St. - , LE RUE EXCHANGE: Monday-Saturday: . Coca Rio, 9 p.m.-eloiing. Hickory Hollow Mall. 331-8841 MAINSTREAT: Friday: Littleton, Paul Craft, Dean Dillon and Mike Williams; Saturday: Paul Feuret, Mark Sameth, Larry A Cindy Reynolds and Di-anna Davidson. 8 p.m.-l a.m. 200 2nd 1 Ava. N. (Goodies Warehouse) MAIN ST. MUSIC EMPORIUM (Mur-froesboroH Tuesday: Ksys; Wednesday: Nighthawks; Thursday and Friday: Keys . Saturday: tba. Main St, MANDRILL'S: - Monday: Starduster; . Tuesday: WKOS night; Wednesday Overton night; Thursday-Saturday: Juke, 9 p.m.-2:30 a.m. 601 Thompson Ln. 242-9281 MARK'S 325 UNION: Thursday: Uptown 1 Jau, 9 p.m.; Friday and Saturday:' Richard Cotton Jots Trio., 9 p.m.-midnight. 325 Union Street. 242-7777. . MARRIOTT HOTEL: Glen Covington Trio, Monday-Thursday 7:30 p.m., Friday ana sarurraay t p.m. cim run rmo or onlay Parkway. ... MAXWELL HOUSE: In Tallulah's: Lama : Greenwood ' MY PLACE: Tuesday; Harry Stephenson, 7 p.m.; Wednesday: Karen Slater and John Roes, 7:30 p.m.; Friday Sarah Lovell, 9 p.m.; Saturday CarroB and friends 9 p.m. 907 20th Ava. $.329-9144 NASHVILLE PALACE: Sunday and Tues-"day-Saturday: Shawn Nielsen, 9:30 p.m.-2:30 a.m. 2400 Music Valley Dr. 885-1540. G3S S3 GOTTEN lerintra Mrunus iccBSMin UHTAU JIM DANDY THUR. DEC. 3 TWO SHOWS 7:30 & 10:30 PM 1 " WINTERS BROTHERS dec: icT &'i r J V CARK PERKINS DEC. i 2 Elvin Bishop Concert Ppsponed Till Jan, or Feb. '82 MON. 30-Polaris Plus Special 25 Draft All Night, Don't Miss This Great Special ' Today DeLTRBL.BLUS.BND MON. POLARIS TUE.DRMLS . WITH TOM BOY ' WED. HIGH VOLTAGE THUR. Jim Dandy FRI & SAT. JENIFER KIW3ALL FREE HOT HORS-D'OEUVRES, 2 FOR 1 COCKTAILS 4-8 PM MON.-FRI. MUSIC CENTER YOU CAN'T LEARN TO PLAY OUITAR On mast butruments of any arka as they soma from tho manufacturer, tlnco the f vfacturer seldom does final hand adjustments duo to lobar cost. This makes most now (uhars hard or impouiMe to play. We Impact ovary guitar we mN aV make necenarf ' . adjutment So provide beginners or profemionals with an easy playing instrument. : Dot ksve a bad muMie npeheaea . f .;. ' ' .' Consult the eipfrtttC0ttent. Out GwtfrtWarU 1815 21lt AVE., S. KILLSB0R0 VILLAQI : 383-8347 1 uu ,;, 'eBSs l v . SUNDAY: AFRIKAN DREAMLAND ' VP MONDAY; RUSSEL PATT & BAND v : TUESDAY! THE BRAINS ' , , WEDNESDAY: BOB HOUSE AND SAM "CATFISH" ROUTH THURSDAY: JOHN SCOTT SHERRIL FRIDAY: TRACY NELSON I y SATURDAY: DAVE OLNEY & THE X-RAYS 'v SUPPORT LIVE MUSIC 1 MUSIC STARTS AT 8:30 ' TRY CANTRELL'S DELICIOUS SANDWICHES! MQiLcinfin.Bn 1719 WEST END AVE. AT 18th AVE. S. 3 2 0-11 39 327-2336 1XI iotway

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