The Times Herald from Port Huron, Michigan on January 29, 1971 · Page 27
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The Times Herald from Port Huron, Michigan · Page 27

Port Huron, Michigan
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Friday, January 29, 1971
Page 27
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JazzRock Merge In Annual Awards Frank Sinatra, Joe Cocker, Dizzy Gillespie, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young the sounds are all different, but the talents are all superior. And all these diverse talents have been voted top honors in Playboy Magazine's 1971 Jazz & Pop Awards. Awards are presented in three categories-the musicians' poll, the readers' poll, and the Hall of Fame. All together, 28 groups and artists' have won first place in cate-, gories ranging from band leader to songwriter-composer. This year, double commendations are being awarded in four categories. Stan Getz is voted top tenor sax man, J.J. Johnson, top trombonist, Can-nonball Adderley, first on alto sax, and Burt Bacharach and Hal David are elected top composer-songwriter by both fellow musicians and Playboy readers. ROCK ARTISTS won all three places in the Jazz & Pop Hall of Fame. Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin are awarded places posthumously, following their tragic deaths last fall. And Elvis Presley, who's been on the music scene for over 15 years, finally earned enough votes to win his place , in the Hall of Fame. Many of this year's winners have accepted Playboy Jazz & Pop Awards in the past. Duke Ellington was voted leader by his fellow musicians for the 12 th time. Frank Sinatra and Ella Fitzgerald are accepting their 13th awards as top vocalists, and bassist Ray Brown has also won 13 in a row. But J.J. Johnson left them all behind as he accepts his 27th Playboy medallion for the trombone. ' . Winners arer ALL-STARS (MUSICIANS' POLL) Blood, Sweat & Tears:-in-' Port Huron Lions 0 ' M 11 ."N. mm mm V mm .1 I mm m JMIIIE SATURDAY, JANUARY 30th 7 A.M. to 7 P.M. SUNDAY, JANUARY 31st 7 A.M. to Noon ALL YOU CAN EAT! Adults ..'US Children Under 12 75e a- .-:.. n.n Cafeteria (USE ANDREW MURPHY ENTRANCE strumental combo; Duke Ellington: leader; Ella Fitzgerald: female vocalist; Frank Sinatra: male vocalist; Buddy Rich: drums; Dizzy Gillespie: trumpet; Stan Getz: tenor sax; Milt Jackson: vibes; Jimmy Smith: organ; Jim Hall: guitar; Harry Carney: baritone sax; Burt Bacharach-Hal Da-v i d : songwriter-composer; Rahsaan Roland Kirk: flute, manzello, stritch; J.J. Johnson: trombone; Buddy De Franco: clarinet; Cannonball Adderley: alto sax; Ray Brown: bass; Fifth Dimension: vocal group; Bill Evans: piano. ALL-STAR BAND (READERS' POLL) Chicago: instrumental combo; Doc Severinson: leader, trumpet; Dionne Warwick: female vocalist; Joe Cocker: male vocalist; Ginger Baker: drums; Stan Getz: tenor sax; Lionel Hampton: vibes; Booker T.: organ; Eric Clapton: guitar; Gerry Mulligan: barri-tone sax; Burt Bacharach-Hal David: songwriter-composer; Herbie Mann: flute; J.J. Johnson: trombone; Pete Fountain: clarinet; Cannonball Ad-d e r 1 e y : alto sax; Paul McCartney: bass; Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young: vocal group; Dave Brubcck: piano. Film Finished NEW YORK (AP) Filming has been completed on location in New York City for Cinema Center Films' "Who Is Harry Kellerman And Why Is He Saying Those Terrible Things About Me?',' The, film stars Dust in Hoffman as a highly successful composer of rock music whose business and personal life is being systematically destroyed by a mysterious figure named Harry Kellerman. Club Annual in conjunction with SILVER STICK HOCKEY . . . 0L0 BLOC.) 2v YTi m 3 Peoples Bank of players and fans Huron. We hope 1 PEOPLES BANK OF PORT HURON Main Office: 51 1 Fort Street Downtown Branch: Military t Water Sts. Marytville Branch: 2425 Gratiot Blvd. 24th Street Branch: 1 226 24th St. Pine Groe Branch: 1657 Garfield MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION FRIENDLY PEOPLE . . . SERVING PEOPLE WELCOME! Port Huron takes great pleasure in welcoming of the Silver Stick Hockey Tournament to Port all enjoy their stay in our community. MAIN OFFICE: 511 FORT ST. mm 24th Street Branch: 1226 24th St. Morysville Branch: 2425 Gratiot Blvd. " it 'it Silver Stick Hockey Participants FIVE LOCATIONS to serve you DOWNTOWN BRANCH Military ft Water LffW ltimiitWi,i, Ji n ii mttmtmmu ii ?R "" ' r-..,1!cs,-t r, I , J, Mi Pine Grove Bremen 1657 Garfield , ; Sts. rAoe evtNv FRIDAY, JANUARY J, 1971 TH! TIMES Mf RAID

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