The Central New Jersey Home News from New Brunswick, New Jersey on May 15, 1987 · 54
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The Central New Jersey Home News from New Brunswick, New Jersey · 54

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Michael Jackson may spark a revolution On the Road is a selection of musical events within driving distance of New Brunswick Please check for times and ticket availability. If he hadn't been cremated, I suspect John Lennon would be spinning 33 'A revolutions-per-min-ute in his grave if he could see what Michael Jackson has done with his classic rock 'n roll anthem, "Revolution." Jackson, you may recall, outbid both Lennon's widow, Yoko Ono, and former Beatle Paul McCartney for control over Northern Songs, which includes those penned by the Lennon-McCartney songwritingteam. The exploitation of rock 'n roll for advertising purposes has been all around us for at least two years now, and anyone who reads this -' column knows it's a pet peeve of . . mine. It's funny, but I don't think Lennon would be bothered at all to know that former Beatle Ringo Starr is starring in all those tasteless California wine cooler commercials. At least no Beatles music is involved. "After all," Lennon himself might say, 'It's Only Ringo." But what Michael Jackson has done with "Revolution" is enough ti $ipinto o w 1 II "HN. V 60's70's,80,s. (THFo RAMADA HOTEL MXINGE9 EXIT 1 35 GARDEN STATE PARKWAY 36 VALLEY RD. CLARK, NEW JERSEY 07066 (201) 574-0100 to raise the dead. "Revolution" as background music for a Nike sneaker commercial? Is nothing sacred? Then again, what should we expect from an entertainer who made millions of bucks exploiting his own music to promote a soft drink that he never drinks? In Lennon's memory, I think the time has come to stage another revolution. Don't buy Nike sneakers. Here's what is happening: Tonight: V2 is at the Byrne Meadowlands Arena in East Rutherford tonight and tomorrow. Hip Shot, Spiral Jetty and Solar Circus are at the Court Tavern in New Brunswick. English Eyes are at Mingles' Down Under in South Amboy. White Rock is at Gatsby's . in Sayreville. The Tubes are at the Club Bene in Sayreville. Hunter and Collectors are at the Bottom Line in New York. X-Spurts, Teachers From Detroit and Fresh Fish are at the Brighton Bar in Long Branch. Maximum America is at the Green Parrot Rock Club in Neptune. The Masterbeats, Trash Mavericks and Bouncing OST Bob are at the Dirt Club in Bloomfield. Jack Mack and the Heart Attack are at the Lone Star offletmas CI iJ ooeciai 1 at the Clark Ramada Hotel MONDAY-THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY ENJOY DANCING TO THE TOP BANDS. Live entertainment 7:30 p.m. to midnight. TUESDAY IRISH NIGHT COMES TO THE CONTINENTAL LOUNGE. Authentic Irish music and com-, plimentary buffet. Donl miss the fun every other Tuesday. Call for details. WEDNESDAY DJVJ NIGHT - LADIES NIGHT $1.25 All Bar Drinks for the Ladies. HAPPY HOUR- MONDAY THRU FRIDAY Mon.-OrtonM Night; Tum.-Tko Bar; Wl.-Ptow; Thura.-Wntam Bar-B-Oua; Frl.-Horwydlppad CMcfcan COMPLIMENTARY BUFFET 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Listen to the best music from the 50's, it v r 1 " The Tubes will perform at Sayreville's Club Bene tonight in New York tonight and tomorrow. Erasure is at The Ritz in New York tonight and tomorrow. Ponti-ac Bros, Yo La Tengo and Wombats are at Maxwell's in Hoboken. Prophet is at L' Amour in Brooklyn. Robin Trower is at the Stone Pony in Asbury Park. Pinetop Perkins is at Tramps in New York. Presents PRIME RIB NIGHT Ever Thursday It's a prime night at the East Windsor Hilton Inn. Juicy Prime Rib Served Au Jus Salad, Potato, Vegetable, Dessert $10.95 Does not include beverage, tax & gratuity XEAST WINDSOR HILTON INN AND NATIONAL CONFERENCE CENTER ' 39 Monmouth SI. Eisl Windsor. NJ. 085W 600-448-7000 fn - 1,1 ttt m -. if t. tsj 2 I 1 St Mr 1 Blue Sparks From Hell are at the Stanhope House in Stanhope. Vernon Reid's Living Colour is at CBGB in New York. Tomorrow: Blues Night at the Court Tavern in New Brunswick with Bob White & The White Boys and Craisin' for a Bluesin'. Silent Partner, In Between Dreams and v4 CALL FOR RESERVATIONS On the road Kathleen ficCl Dzielak The Difrenti are at the Corner Tavern in New Brunswick. John Butcher is at the Stone Pony. The World and Free Fall are at the Brighton Bar. Secret Sect is at the Dirt Club. Bystander is at the Playpen Lounge in Sayreville. The Nerds and Jail Bait are at the Birch Hill Club in Old Bridge. They Might Be Giants and J J. Jumpers are at Maxwell's. Mekons and Splat Cats are at CBGB. Piercef is at Close Encounters in Sayreville. Sunday: Terry Hughes' Rubber Room benefit with Torpedoes, Chosen Few, The Masterbeats, Home Boys etc. at the Court Tavern in New Brunswick. Mekons and Dash Riprock are at Max-well's. Luther Vandross is at the Spectrum in Philadelphia. Bob Marley's Waiters are at City Gardens in Trenton. Monday: Luther Vandross is at the Spectrum. Tuesday: Wolfgang Press is at the Cat Club in New York. Stevie Rock is at Kenny's Castaways in New York. Wednesday: Frozen Concentrate!: celebrates its fifth anniversary at the Speakeasy in New York. Susanl Speidel is at the Duplex in New York. Raven is at the Cat Club. Skinny Puppy is at City Gardens ii trcnivn. Thursday: The Desert Rose Band with Chris Hillman is at thef Bottom Line. The Radiators are atf the Lone Star . Pseudo Echo is at The Ritz. Upcoming: The Smithereens will be at the Stone Pony May 22. T.T.Quick will be at the Raritan Manor May 23. Patty Smyth will bi at The Ritz June 4. Anthrax and Cro-Mags will be at the Beacon Theatre June 5. Howard Jones an Frozen Ghost will be at Madison Square Garden June 12. Bryan Adams and The Hooters will be af Madison Square Garden June 18 19. Boston on tour, tickets on sale A revitalized Boston will hit th road this year to tour, its firs since 1979. The group will be in concert if New Jersey at the Byrne Meadow! lands Arena. East Rutherford. Julf I 2 and 3, Thursday and Fridaji with tickets priced at $16.50 an $17.50 going on sale tomorrow. Tickets are available througl Ticketmaster (800) 682-8080, or si the Capitol Theater box office if Passaic. Tickets will go on sal Monday at the Meadowlands Ar 1 na box office in East Rutherford. i

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