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8 Sunday, November 6, 1994 - THE TENNESSEAN SHOWCASE WIIATNIIAII'ljNIXi; I urn nr.u numna r rocktop AO Club Men Bullet: Sun.: the Image, 9:30 D.m.. $3: Wed.-Sat .: the Imaoe. 9:30 p.m., $5. 152 Second Ave. N. 256- CLUB. lakes: Sun.: the Party Boys with Robert Keyth & Patton James, 9 pm; Thurs.: Heidi Campbell, 9 p.m.; Fri.-Sat: Farley's, 9 pm 330 Welch Road. 331-1238. Landing Strip Lounge & Restaurant sun.: Diino araw plastic darts, 5 p.m.; karaoke, 9 p.m.; Mon.: wide-screen TV, pool, darts; Tues.: darts & pool; Wed.: karaoke, 9 p.m.; Thurs.: live music, 8:30 p.m.; Fri.: blind draw-steel tip darts, 10 pm; karaoke, 9 pm; Sat.: live music, 9 p.m. 1520 Murfreesboro Road. 399-7757. Marti Grat: Fri.-Sat.: Rodeo Drive-Classic Rock & Rockin Country, 9 pm, $3. 1210 Gallatin Road S., Madison. 860-1989. country Barbara Sun.: Outa' the Blue, 6 pm; Jimmy Markham & the Jukes, 9 p.m.; Mon.: John Eric, 6 pm; talent contest hosted by Pauline Smith with Alley Katz Band, 9 p.m.; Tues.: John Eric, 6 p.m.; WJKM Radio show with Alley Katz Band, 9 pm; Wed.: John Eric, 6 pm; talent contest with Alley Katz Band, 9 pm; Thurs.-Fri.: John Eric, 6 pm; Alley Katz Band featuring Noel Haggard, 9 pm; Sat.: Alley Katz band featuring Noel Haggard. 207 Printers Alley. 259-BARB. The Broken Spoke: Sun.: the Hot Rash Band; Mon.: Daryle Singletary & the Hot Rash Band; Tues.: Dale Burie's Battle of the Bands, call 822-8090 for info.; Wed.: Dale Burie's special guest band showcasing cover & original music; Thurs.: Dale Burie's new artist showcase with the Hot Flash Band; Fri.: the Hot Flash Band featuring Leslie Jones & R.W. Carr; Sat: the Hot Flash Band featuring Cotene Walters & David James. 1412 Brick Church Pike, 822-8090. Buckboard Saloon: Sun.: best jam in town with EkJdleling Joe Walker, 9 p.m.; Mon.: the 14th writers night open mike with L David Lewis; Tues.: karaoke contest; Wed.: disco night with the 70s and 60's; Thurs.: talent night with Bddling Joe Walker, Fri.-Sat.: Joe Walker & Southern Spice with singing bartenders and waitresses. Gabec Sun.: Tallie Nichols hosts Jam session with the Don Ketley Band, 9:30 p.m.; Mon.: Monday night footbal with the Honkytonk Night Band, 9:30 p.m.; jam fottows; Tues.: ladies' night with the Honkytonk Night-Time Band, 9:30 pm; Jam foRows; Wed.: Tallie Nichols hosts talent contest with the Don Kefley Band, 9 pm; Thurs.: TaJHe Nichols hosts jam session with the Don Kelley Band, 9:30 p.m.; Fri.-Sat: the Don Kelley Band, 9:30 p.m.- jam follows. 1402 Arctic Ave. 226-0842. Had of Fame Bar A Grifc Suru Footbal Sunday with Bit & his guitar at the Bar, noon; Gary Taylor acoustic, 8:30 pm; Mon.: jam session with Rick Tiger & the Mike Brookshire Band, 9:30 pm; Tues.: Denise Rodriouez hosts talent contest with Mike Brookshire Band, 9 pm.; Wed.: Pro Jam with Mike Brookshire Band, 9:30 p.m.; Thurs.: Gary Taylor acoustic 8:30 p.m.; Fri: Tallie Nichols hosts jam session with the Jimmy Syder Band, 9:30 pm; Sat: TaBie This weekend Mr. Spotlight visited home and had a long, deep discussion with Mother Spotlight "You know," Mother said, "I read your column quite often." This made Mr. Spotlight happy- "Do you think all that marijuana you smoked in the '60s impairs your judgment." This did not. "Mother," Mr. Spotlight said, "you are ridiculous. If my judgment is so bad, why would I urge all readers to hit the ExitIn Tuesday night for God Street. Wine, a fabulous rock band with obvious Chicago influences sans the horns?" "Well," she replied, "That's true. I love their song Princess Henrietta, the one about a princess being thrown into a volcano. That Lo Faber really can sing." "That's right," the mister interjected. "And if you like them you'll love Dag, playing the same place a night later." "Oh," asked Mother. "Are they anything like that lovely Perry Como? I love Perry Co-mo." "Uhhhhh ... no," Spot replied. "They're good ... real godd. A terrific funkadelic-tc-the-max group with a kickin' Righteous album just on the racks." "My oh my," Mother said. "Didn't we teach you any English?" "Sure Ma, sure," Spot said. "If you ever get out of the nursing home, mark down Monday as the night to see Robert Earl Keen at the Bluebird Cafe. Rolling Stone called him 'one of the most inspired songwriters in Texas,' but Mr. Spotlight will just say his country-folk tunes are unforgettable, first-rate winners." "Shemp!" Ma yelled, one-too- Nichols hosts talent contest with the Jimmy Snyder Band. 9:30 pm 1-65 & James Robertson. 244-6050. Levi HankK Sun.-Sat: karaoke contest 3424 Lebanon Pike, Hermitage. 885-5296. NaahviUe Palace: Sure Steve HI & the Palace Band featuring Granny Johnson, $5; Mon.: Steve HI & the Palce Band featuring Diame SherriB; Tues.: Steve HI & the Palace Band featuring new talent contest, $5; Wedj Steve HI & Diame SherrI host employee talent night $5; Thurs: Porter Wagoner Celebrity Festival & Awards show, $10; FrL Steve HI & the Palace Band featuring Granny Johnson. $5: CLUB SPOTLIGHT ) m m (Mr in W .r I God Street Wine Tuesday night at the ExitIn many Tylenols filling her brain. "I do not come to the Music City for country-folk or country-rock or country-opera. I want country, dam it!" "OK, OK" the overwhelmed, under-high Spotman replied. "How Tjout Monday night we head for The Broken Spoon, where the underrated Daryle Singletary and the Hot Flash Band play to a monstrous ... well ... decent ... well small crowd? They can really turn up the western though, especially through Singletary's Charlie Daniels-es-que voice. If you don't want that, maybe tonight we can hear Steve Hill and the Palace Band at not coinciden tally the Nashville Palace." "You see boy, this is what I'm talking about," she said. "Country music reminds me of my fifth husband dirty, smelly Sat: Steve HI & the Palace Band featuring Dianne SherrI & the contest winner. $5. 2400 Music Valley Drive. 885-1540. Perrington'i Lounge: Thurs.: in the atrium: Michael Lee or LD. Money, 4 p.m.; FrL: In the atrium: Michael Lee or LD. Money, 4 pm; Michael Underwood, 9 p.m.; Sat: Michael Underwood, 9 pm Ramada tm, 2401 Music Valley Drive. 8894800. PTi Country Club: Thurs.: karaoke with Lady K, 8:30 pm; Frt-Sat: the Dean Twins & the Nashville Jubilee Box Band, 9 p.m. 109 East Due West Ave. 8684185. and overblown." "Ma, that's my dad." "Oh, sorry son, but deal with it Anyway, This week I'll be at Douglas Corner, slinking up to some young stud on the dance floor while Bill Miller (boring name, tremendous Native American-influenced grooves) fills the room with a haunting acoustic set "That's what I'm talking about son. Good judgment Knowledge. Knowing what's worthy. "Now pick me up." To be considered for Club Spotlight, send your tape or CD, plus photo and biography, to Mr. Spotlight The Tennessean, 1 100 Broadway, Nashville 37203. Material must be received 10 days before publication. Submission does not guarantee publication in the column. Tapes, CDs and photographs will not be returned. Red Roper Wedj free dance lessons, 7:30 p.m.; Thursj free dance lessors, 7:30 pm; Texas Calendar Men -male revue, 7 pm, $8; FrL Rich Uoyd band; Sat: free dance lessons, 7:30 p.rru; Rich Uoyd band, drawing for boots, hats and western clothing. Two Rivers Mai, Oarksvflle. 552-2718. Skuffi Rainbow Club: Mon.-Sat: Eddie Thompson & Rainbow Band, 9:30 pm, $1. 222 Printer's Alley. 251-9076. f SoutWork Saloon: Sure famiy night al ages welcome, 6 pm; dance lessons with Ba & Peggy Nichols, 7 p.rru; Moo: free dance lessons with BI & Peggy Nichols, Ine dance contest 7 p.m.; Tues.: ladies' night, free dance lessons with Mike & Ariene Kimery, 7 pm; Wed.: young guns night; Thurs.: cowboy night, dance contest; Fri.: Finally Friday Night Party Time, 6 pm; Sat.: line dance party night, contests, 6 p.m. 2265 Murfreesboro Road. 361-9777. Spimi Restaurant & Lounge: Sun.: darts, pool, big-screen TV, 1 p.m.; Mon.-Tues.: darts, pool, big screen TV, 7 pm; Wed.-Thurs.: Peter & the Wolf, 9 pm; Fri.-Sat: Peter & the Wolf, 9 p.m., $3. 99 Wallace Road. 331-7173. Stock-yard: Bull Pen Lounge: Sun: Doc Randolf & Yard-Time with Lisa Tucker, 8:30 p.., free; Mon.: Rick Hines, 5 pm; Chrislyn Lee, Doc Randolf, Tommy Riggs & the Stock-Yard Band, 8:30 p.m., $4; Tues.: Curtis Green, 5 p.m.; Chrislyn Lee, Doc Randolf, Tommy Riggs & the Stock-Yard Band, 8:30 pm, $4; Wed.: Curtis Green, 5 pm; Doc Randolf, Chrislyn Lee, Tommy Riggs & the Stock-Yard Band, 8:30 pm, $4; Thurs.: Curtis Green, 5 pm; Vicki Brower, Billy Shane, Tommy Riggs 6 the Stock-Yard Band, 8:30 p.m., $4; Fri.-Sat: Curtis Green, 5 pm; Vicki Brower, Billy Shane, Tommy Riggs & the Stock-Yard Band, 8:30 pm, $5. 901 Second Ave. N. 2554464. Sweetwater Sun.: Cowboy Church with Dr. Harry Yates, 9:30 pm; writers'new artist night with Bill Jackson & Tammy Lynn Cockran, 8 pm sign-up, 8:30 pm show; Mon.: super writers'new artist night with Donna Frost & David Leslie Thomas, 8 pm sign-up, 8:30 pm show; Tues.-Thurs.: the Other Brothers, 8:30 p.m.; Fri.-Sat: the Other Brothers, 9 p.m.; In the atrium: Mon.-Fri.: Jay Thomas, 5 pm Holiday Inn Briley Parkway, 2200 Elm Hill Pike. 833-9770. TUlie A Lucy's Pub: Sun.: big-screen TV, pool & darts; Mon.: Monday night football, big screen tv; Wed-Thurs.: Radar Madness Band; Fri.-Sat: pool & darts, the Bayou Band featuring Tracy Adkins, 8:30 p.m. 4969 Lebanon Road, Hermitage. 885-3400. Tootsie'a Orchid Lounge: Sun.: Jimmy Lee Morris, noon. Chuck Meade, 4 p.m Zack Taylor, 8 pm; Men.: Joe Diamond, 10 am; Scott Wayne, 2 pm; Jimmy Lee Morris, 6 pm; Zack Taylor, 10 pm; Tues. & Thurs-Sat: Joe Diamond, 10 am; Jimmy Lee Morris, 2 Pm.; Timmy Probst, 6 p.m.; Zack Taylor, 10 pm; Wed.: Joe Diamond. 10 am; Timmy Probst 2 pm; Jimmy Lee Morris, 6 pm; Zack Taylor, 10 pm; Upatairt: Wed.-Thursj Clay CanfiekL 9 pm; Fru-Sat: the Greg (Jarring Band, 9 pm 422 Broadway. 726-0463. WBdhoree Saloon: Sure Texassee, 7 pm, $3; Moo: Endless Highway, 7 pm, $3; Tues.-Wedj Trm taping "WBd-horse Saloon" dance series, 7 p.m.; Thursj Endless Highway, 7 p.rru, $3; Fit: Endless Highway, 7 pm, $6. 120 2nd Ave.fi 251-1000. progressives Ace of Ctubc Moru showcase with Ron Cole, 6 pm; Tues- Christian Hastings CO release party with the The Keep, 9 pm, $5; Wed- showcase with Night owl, 6 pm; KrtstJ Rose & Taml Rodgers, 9 p.rru, $5; Thurs.: China Black with Avante Garde, 9 p.rru, $5; FrL: Experience the Go-Go Explosion; Sat: Deal Yourself In to Go-Go mania. 114 Second Ave. S. 254-ACES.

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