The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on December 30, 1985 · Page 18
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Entertainment The Salina Journal Monday, December 30,1985 Page 18 Marquee Sallna movies .Jewel of the Nile — Mid-State Cinema, Rated PG 101 Dalmatians — Sunset Plaza Cinema, Rated G Out of Africa — Sunset Plaza Cinema, Rated PG Rocky IV — Mid-State Cinema, Rated PG Spies Like Us — Fox Theater, Rated PG Young Sherlock Holmes — Vogue Theater, Rated PG TV movies, specials 7 p.m. — Tribute, NBC, Salina Cable Channels 3 and 4 Jack Lemmon, Robby Benson (1980). An irresponsible Broadway press agent begins to regret his wasted life and his tenuous relationship with his grown son. 7 p.m. — Gator Bowl, ABC, Salina Cable Channels 9 and 10 Florida State takes on the Oklahoma State Cowboys. 7 p.m. — Freedom Bowl, Salina Cable Channel 7 Colorado battles Washington. 7:05 p.m. — Zarak, WTBS, Salina Cable Channel 13 Band's master sax blaster eyes acting LOS ANGELES (AP) — Clarence demons, the "Big Man" who brought the sax attack back to rock 'n' roll as master blaster for Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band, is pushing his career at warp speed following the Boss' 15-month world tour. Clemons has released a new album, "Hero," on CBS Records, played on Aretha Franklin's hit single and video, "Freeway of Love," and appeared as Gary Coleman's music teacher on a recent episode of NBC-TV's "Diff'rent Strokes." Besides promoting his "Hero" album, Clemons has been busy reading TV scripts for various shows, including "Miami Vice" and "Hill Street Blues." "A lot of the stuff I'm reading now is totally away from being a musician. I want to develop myself as an actor, not a 'musician-actor.' I'd like to step from behind the saxophone and present myself as someone else," he said. What about his most familiar role for the last 14 years: baritone sax Clarence Clemons AP JSffS, "EMERALDS" 70's-80's f Country J New Year's Eve, Dec. 31st 9:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m.—Free Snacks B.E.C. CLUB HOUSE $ 4.00 per person advance—*5.00 at the door For Advance Tickets Call 823-8054 or 827-9882 HURRY ONLY 2OO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD Only Time Open To The Public .*. .». .»> .«. .«. .«. >. .». .« A .«. .». >. A .». .«k .». .». .«k A A, A .«. A A A A A A .«.' IrGALA NEW YEAR'S EVE "1986'' Dance to the sounds of "Nightlife" from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. * Party Favors Cover Charge *5°° per person Make Your Reservations Now. Call 827-8801. Come Enjoy New Year's Eve With Us At EDDIE'S CLUB State St. and general crowd-pleaser for the E Street Band? "The E Street Band is a lifetime job," said Clemons, who will be 44 on Jan. 11. Still, he'd like to do more. Clemons and his wife, Christina, became parents when their son, Gandhar Christopher, was born on Feb. 23 during the same tour break in which Springsteen married Julianne Phillips. The marriage during that busy time also meant Springsteen had to decline joining Clemons on the "Hero" album's duet, "You're a Friend of Mine." Instead, Clemons asked Jackson Browne, a friend since their club playing days in the early 1970s, to join him. Also heard on background vocals is Browne's girlfriend, actress Daryl Hannah. A video of the song also includes Cyndi Lauper, Huey Lewis and Eddie Murphy. During the recording of "Hero," Clemons was introduced to the Hindu teachings of an Indian guru named Sri Chinmoy. Clemons adopted the spiritual name of Mokshagun, meaning liberation fire. Clemen's newfound philosophy is throughout the album — a set of songs dealing with fidelity, friendship, life on the road, and in "Cross the Line," his marriage. He and his wife met while he was on tour in Stockholm in 1975. Only one letter passed between them in the next six years. But Clemons, again on tour, met her again in the summer of 1981 and proposed. She accepted, and they were married Oct. 9,1981, on the top of a volcanic crater in Hawaii. At 6 feet, 3 inches and 250 pounds, Clemons was once an offensive center for the New Jersey Generals. He briefly attended Maryland State College on a football and music scholarship. "Hero" is the first album on which he sings solo, reviving skills he learned as a child when he traveled with his aunts and uncles as the "Family Four" gospel group. "Each album becomes more and more me," said Clemons. "My first album (with the Red Bank Rockers), I was just learning. On this album I've learned a bit more, singing on this one, and on the next one I'll write abitmore." While his singing sprang from his Baptist background, his pursuit of Hindu philosophy was a reaction to the fundamentalism of his youth. "I had to go to church every Sunday," he said. "I remember my grandfather used to preach hellfire and brimstone. I was scared to go outside at night." Clemons was born in Norfolk, Va. His father gave him his first saxophone as a Christmas present. The teen-ager, whose idol was rhythm and blues musician King Curtis, commuted by trolley to Norfolk State College for beginner's lessons. At Crestwood High School, he played in the jazz band, switching from altwto baritone sax. While at Maryland State College, where he majored in sociology, Clemons joined a 12-piece band called the Vibratones, performing until he left college to play football for the semi-pro Newark Bears and Jersey Generals. He still moonlighted as a musician for such bands as Little Melvin and the Invaders, the Entertainers and Norman Selden's Joyful Noise. One night, Joyful Noise's lead singer, Karen Cassidy, took Clemons to the Stone Pony in Asbury Park, N.J., to see Springsteen. Clemons jammed with the young rocker after hours and soon became a member of the E Street band, leaving football behind. 11 am-2 pm Mon.-Thurs. at MID-AMERICA INN RESTAURANT Help yourself at our SOUP, SALAD & SANDWICH BAR *3.95 1842 N. 9th 823-267O OJU Watch For Our t NEW MOVIES C ARRIVING DAILY •St. Elmos Fire •Teen Wolf •Return Of The Jedl •Weird Science •Stuff •Del-Con 4 •Last Dragon •Coca Cola Kid •Mad Max •Road Warrior •Man With One Red Shoe •Red Sonja •Future Kill •Creator 99* MOVIES: • 7 Days A Week 80% Of Our Stock Gold Star Tapes $ «| 99 7 Days A ^ Week VCR PLAYERS Tuesday & Wednesday $ 4 f\OO Per 1 W Week Normal_$20.C_0 Per Week DOWNTOWN NEWS & BOOKS CARROLL'S BOOKSTORE Open 7 Days A Week 24 Hour Drop Boxes MONDAY NIGHT SPECIAL 5PM To 9 PM STOCKADE SPECIAL CUT SIRLOIN 8 oz. Sirloin Steak With Choice of Potato & Toast $ 3 Sun.-Thurs. 11 am-9 pm SIRLOIN NEW YEAR'S EVE SPECIAL 5PM To 10PM Back By Popular Demand STEAK & SHRIMP Salad and Hot Food Bar Included $R99 5 Fri. & Sat. 11 am-10 pm STOCKADE 1200 EAST CRAWFORD, SALINA Acting workshop offered by Community Theatre Sandwich Shop VV 827-8801 Salina A four-week acting workshop will be sponsored by the Salina Community Theatre, with classes beginning Saturday at the theatre, 303 E. Iron. Hours of the workshop will be 10 4~--&2Ses>*< $f §§ a ' m> to 1 P' m " ^though that can be adjusted if other hours are PRIME-TIMER SHOW (*) $9 25 SEN. CITIZENS ANYTIME 825-9105 Our QF AFRICA BASED ON A ^P^^uiB, / T R (J E STORY ROBERT REDFORD MERYL STREEP Sunset . w c,...h»d u,.un TODAY AT 032 (*1:30M*4:45>8:15 W PASSES ( PRIME-TIMER ONIY lER^I 2") CLASSIC 101 DALMATIANS MATINEES DAILY,.», Steven Spielberg presents YOUNG SHERLOCK HOLMES THEY LIVED THE ADVENTURE OF A LIFE TIME (*2:OOr5K») 7:159:15 They're back again.. Romancing a brand new Stone. MICHAEL DOUGLAS 'KATHLEEN TURNER SYLVESTER STALLONE ROCKY IV (*2:OOX*5K») 7:00415 CHEVY CHASE DAN AYKROYD SPIES LIKE US riOOH'MO) No •j 7:15415 Passes more convenient to participants. The workshop is designed for adults, with or without acting experience. There is no charge. Participants are asked to have a memorized monologue of one to two minutes. The instructor will be Tyress Allen, a professional actor and director from Dallas, Texas. Allen is a graduate of Salina Central High School and has a degree in theatre arts from Marymount College. He is directing the current SCT production of "Agnes of God" as part of the theatre's Artist in Residence program. During his residency, Allen also will hold a directing seminar featuring local high school, college and community theatre directors. He also plans a Shop Talk on "Agnes of God," which will feature members of the religious and psychiatric community. His residency is made possible by the Currents, program of the Salina Arts and Humanities Commission. For further information on the workshop, call the theatre at 827-6126 between 9:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. weekdays. Six Foot Party Sub HEADQUARTERS Call & Order now! A Ml 6 feet of delicious Sub for your party! 1103 W. Crawford Sunset Plaza 12 hrs. notice please. 4 FREE LITERS w/Purchase of 6 Ft. Sub! nt thtt coupon wtttn ordering (Coupon t*pirn 1-15-S6) r Good it PtrtMpallita Storm JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHII WIRELESS REMOTE VCR *299 SPECIAL I 4 DAYS ONLY 5 HOT WINTER PRICE REMEMBER! 26 FREE MOVIE RENTAL WITH ANY VCR PURCHASE 188 Compact Disc Player C PMTQAI TlI 1825Sl0hio 823-7171 Cll I IlMk I ¥1311 W.Crawford 823.c»«r Your Electronics Showroom Mon.-Fri. 9-6 Saturday 9-5 Closed Sunday iiiimmimmiiiuiiiiiimiiiii

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