The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts on April 6, 1990 · 84
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.84 THE BOSTON GLOBE FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1990 Rock Notes A wild and woolly cast is slated By Steve Morse GLOBE STAFF ...... Performers have just been announced for the Boston Music ; Awards, set for the Wang Center on April 19. It's another wide-open cast drawn from every corner of the city P and even from New York, where ..Shawn Colvin is based. The lineup so far includes Colvin, Jonathan Rich- . rA & Uili X. SEAM J coi:::ery rmmm" Of rj FOB RED0S1BIIHI 5 : ALEC BALDW1II J imMaWPimTOi5.M.CENUmW ALECBALDWIN THE HUNT FOR RED OCTOBER .Jit. I SCOTT GLENN JAMES EARL JONES SAMNEiLlILPOLEIX)lW.& -I - t lunl pumnii euBMCt augfSTM m 1 ""S3 TOM CLANCY ""'SMACENEL7ELD ""'KIOHN McTIERNAN mss) A PARAMOUNT P1CTIIRE : fcT J i ; ! 1 ' ' HP5-i.Qaa. 1 1 oa,B s.pg5 mipa-gr sTgjgy . t J" 'tOEWS 1 lENTEHTiiZIItNillMin I LOEWS If LOEWS 1 SHOWCASE CiHEM AS 1 (GENERAL CINEMA f GENERAL CINEMA I SHOWCASE CINEMAS fSMOWCASE CINEMAS t - CHERI FRESH POND SOMERVIUE DANVERS WOBURN CHESTNUT HILL FRAMINGHAM DEDHAM REVERE UllBJtlTwf MIIMMHt fllSMPONOMAU at AMIT SO III 4J -11.138 11134 l ' 78 l Jl ! 31 ill o. HAMMOND Jl III o IHOMlIi WOIIO IT! IHSIII1SA 111 CI 4 SQUIIl ID. 536-2870 661-2900 628-7000 I 7TMS5S S93-21 00 933-3330 II 277-2500 H M5-WW 17.4400 J 326-49S3 286-1660 J v Late show tonight at Somervllle, Dedham, Woburn, & Revere. I TOTALLY UNCUT. TOTALLY UNCENSORED. i' THE MOST SENSATIONAL FILM OF THE YEAR! . IN l. Hi I .1 3i a w rem EXCLUSIVE ENGAGEMENT STARTS TODAY! man, the Del Fuegos, the Perfect Gentlemen, 0 Positive, Think Tree, Young Nation, the Joneses, Mo-zamba, 'Til Tuesday and Barry Crimmins. Aerosmith once again won't attend - they're performing in Florida, but will send a special video for the occasion. Award presenters include New Kids on the Block, Treat Her Right, "DAZZLING! MORE GRAPHICALLY DARING THAN ANYTHING YOU'RE LIKELY TO SEE ON THE SCREEN." -Marcia Pally, PENTHOUSE "A MASTERPIECE! WITTY, SENSUAL AND INTELLIGENT." -Harlan Kennedy, FILM COMMENT "STARTLINGLY BEAUTIFUL! A TERRIFIC STORY BRILLIANTLY TOLD." -Sean French, ELLE vv'..i.; Jin East of Eden, the Walkers, Finest Hour, Ferron, Gang Strr Posse, Deborah Henson-Conant, Christopher Hollyday, Well Babys and Her-etix. NEW CONCERTS: Crosby, Stills & Nash will play Great Woods Center for the Performing Arts July 17 and 18. Tickets are on sale tomorrow at 10 a.m. through Ticketmas- H H Hill LOEWS NICKELODEON 606 COMMONWEALTH AVE. 424-1500 1:45,4:30, 7:20,9:50 Frt&Sat 12:00 Mid. for the Boston Music ter. Midnight Oil's May 27 Great Woods date is on sale today at 10 a.m. Squeeze has been added to the Fleetwood Mac bill at Great Woods July 26 and 27. The red-hot Sinead O'Connor sold out two Orpheum shows (May 3 and 4) in one hour this week. There's serious talk she may also play Great Woods this summer. A second Red Hot Chili Peppers date at the Orpheum is on for May 2 (tix on sale Monday). Oingo Boingo plays Citi on Saturday, April 28, with tix on sale tomorrow. And Tanita Ti-karam has added a second Paradise show for May 21. SEGER UPDATE: Bob Seger will not do a set, but only a single walk-on number with Don Henley at the Worcester Centrum April 25, as part of Henley's Walden Woods benefit. There had been rumors Seger might perform more extensively, but they were squashed yesterday by his manager, Punch Andrews. So what else has Seger been up to? He had 75 percent of an album done last fall, but the centerpiece - and expected first single -was a cover of Tom Waits' "Downtown Train," which was just a hit for Rod Stewart. "We were livid," said Andrews. "I called the publisher long ago and was willing to buy the song, for heaven's sake. But I was assured that wouldn't be necessary, and that we would still be the only major artist to cut it Then all of a sudden, Stewart's version comes out We couldn't believe it But the whole thing inspired Bob's creativity. He dropped three or four other people s tunes that he was thinking of doing -and started writing about 10 new songs. I'm pretty confident we'll have the album out by the fall." M-80 CHANGES: The cosmopolitan M-80 club at the front of the Paradise is stepping up its live music. A Tuesday night acoustic series will start May 15, with probably the Del Fuegos opening. Local and national acts will be mixed. And a Friday night alternativejazzfunkfu-sion series starts May 25. ' SANDY'S BENEFIT: Some "SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE'S" 1AK A C -A M i f What does it take to get rich quick? tef ill il 41- . X 4 ? 1 1 I jnUMS SOMfKVrUI VJ W$TIJHIU WOtURN WMHWJip JMKIt JHOMAM,, SINEAD O'CONNOR BOB SEGER stellar local talent will play a benefit tonight for Sandy Sheehan, who runs the fine, folk-flavored record store, Sandy's Music, in Cambridge. Sheehan needs money to pay his taxes, so John Lincoln Wright the Boo-galoo Swamis, Screaming Coyotes and Orrin Star will convene for a show at the Stephen James House in Porter Square. STONES FLEECE JAPAN: Odd how the Japanese stock market , tb-V- I f I i " ; "V. f ' V - y : y v J 1 "kWiM inao Lite show tonight at Somervme. Raws, CJihtm Awards troubles seemed to coincjde with the Rolling Stones blowing into town. The Stones, making their first-ever appearance in Japan, recently took a reported $30 million out of Japanese pockets. They played 10 Tokyo shows for 50,000 people each, at a charge of $70 per ticket. Their juggernaut now heads to Europe for the summer, possibly climaxing with a show in Moscow. BEST GUITARIST ENCORE: The second annual competition for "Boston's Best Guitarist" kicks off next week. Presented by the Boston Area Live Entertainment Association, the contest's preliminary rounds are at Edible Rex on Monday, Jumbo's on Wednesday, Grover's on April 16 and Axis on April 18. The finals are at the Channel on May 1. For more info: 391-1417. The concert is co-sponsored by WBCN, Daddy's Junky Music Stores, Beat magazine and the Hard Rock Cafe. GUN MAKES DEBUT: Hailing from Scotland, Gun has a controversial name, but their Paradise debut on Wednesday was stacked with uplifting hard-rock. Their single, "Better Days," has been aired heavily on WBCN, but they're even better in concert than their record might imply. They're a cross between ACDC and U2, which isn't the worst place to be. A bright new hard-rock act BITS AND PIECES: The 12-hour Farm Aid IV is on the Nashville Network starting at noon tomorrow ... Bonnie Raitt's album, "Nick of Time," climaxed its post-Grammy climb to hit No. 1 this week . . . Tribe hits the Paradise tonight. Also tonight: Dave Mason at Night-stage, John Cafferty & Beaver Brown at the Channel, Austin's Omar & the Howlers at Johnny D's and the Second City comedy troupe at the Wollaston Theater in Quincy ... Blues great Eddie Kirkland at the Tam through tomorrow . . . Randy Travis at the Centrum tomorrow ... and screaming Sam Kinison at Lowell Memorial Auditorium on Sunday. s Pf&BODY & Woburn

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