Fort Worth Star-Telegram from Fort Worth, Texas on March 3, 1981 · 22
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Fort Worth, Texas
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Tuesday, March 3, 1981
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N 1 it I 4B '31981 FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM TUESDAY EVENING MARCH 3 1981 LifeStYle Entertainment Ministering to USA Film buffs Perry Stewart f - i A a1A On the screen off the cuff: The USA Film Festival has revealed the first two movies to be shown in the "premiere week" portion of this year's event Both choices (by LA Times critic Charles Champlin) are intriguing: PRAY-TV a satire about a failing television station which switches to a religious format and makes millions and Americana a drama about a Vietnam veteran in search of himself The latter is the directoral debut of David Carradine who also stars along with Barbara Hershey Michael Greene and John Barrymore III This year's festival runs from March 27 to April 5 Ticket information at (2H) 6922979 BLOSSOM'S the Camp Bowie night spot will inaugurate its basement-level entertainment annex Saturday with a champagne opening featuring the Juke Jumpers The Fort Worth Cats Roscoe Bill Ham Master Cylinder and Ambience will round out the March roster with Rene Ann Hicks featured on Sundays this month Blossom's Downstairs will have a cover charge most weekend nights but not for Saturday's opening LP 5 Cahoots wellreceived at the Round Up Inn recently during the rodeo is extending its frontiers of fandom to the West Coast The guys are in California for an extended series of gigs They have become semi-regulars at the Topanga Corral By ROGER KAYE StarTelegram Rock Music Writer Mike Bloomfield one of the top blues-rock guitarists to emerge from the '60s music scene died of unknown causes in San Francisco Feb Bloomfield's body was found in his car parked at the West Portal District near his home He was 37 A preliminary autopsy failed to reveal the cause of death although it was pointed out no drugs were found in his system He probably was best-known for Backstage his late '60s superstar collaboration LPs Super Sessions With Steve Stills and Al Kooper and The Live Adventures Of Mike Bloomfield and Al Kooper However he also played lead guitar on Bob Dylan's classic Like A Rolling Stone and was a member of Dylan's band in a famous 1965 performance at the Newport Folk Festival when Dylan plugged in his guitar for the first time on stage and "went electric" Bloomfield also was a founder of the Paul Butterfield Blues Band and later went on to form the Electric Flag with Buddy Miles In addition the Chicago native wrote several movie soundtracks - He died just weeks before the scheduled release of two new albums—one consisting of new materi Tickets are on sale at the Fort Worth Art Museum for the series "Critical Comments: Issues in 20th Century Art" focusing on the works of Picasso Art scholar Leo Steinberg of the University of Pennsylvania will speak on "Picasso's Intelligence" at 8 pm March 10 Martin Friedman director of the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis will discuss "Picasso's The Arts Council of Fort Worth and Tarrant County board has announced formation of a subcommittee to serve as adviser to the board of Its newest associate member Sojourner Truth Players Members are Eddie Stampa Verna Sturns and Tiny Batts - The theatrical troupe was the first to be accepted under recently revised policies and procedures for where they frequently share the stage with FW Cowtown emigres Glen Clark and Stephen Bruton Clark and Bruton play regularly with Kris Kristofferson's band but also work on their own And what's this about the old Ginger Bred regrouping for a lengthy engagement locally? If true it should bring a host of Sixties rock fans out of the woodwork Jack Jones' current Fairmont Hotel engagement is a sentimental one for the singer and the hotel Jones was the first performer to appear in the Fairmont's plush Venetian Room when it opened in April of 1969 it HIP POCKET THEATER still without a permanent wintertime home will return to its outdoor stage at Oak Acres this spring But meanwhile director Johnny Simons' troupe will present one indoor show in John Williams' Lake Front Cafe near the old Lake Worth Casino The show which opens March 20 has no title as yet What Hip Pocket does have however is a grant from the Texas Commission on the Arts The grant is doubly prestigious this year since it's one of the few to be awarded —owing to those well-publicized cutbacks in the federal budget Another worthy project that survived the Reagan administration knife is a documentary film by Allen and Cynthia Mondell Called West of Hester Street the film deals with the Galveston Movement a plan by which thousands of Jewish immigrants from Eastern Europe were processed through the port of Galveston between 1907 and 1914 The Mondells — best known for their short subject Who Remembers Mama? — spent a year and a half researching the project The actual filming is being done on a grant from the Texas Committee for the Humanities and the National Endowment for the Humanities 'Superstar' of the 160s Mike Bloomfield dead at and the other a collection of singles from the last 10 years 0 SECRET AFFAIR—The British band Secret Affair will appear at Dallas' Hot Klub Thursday night Keyboardist Jonathan Kane has left the Babys to join Journey as the replacement for Gregg Rolle Latest rumor is that Yes' Alan White will join the new band that Led Zeppelin members are forming No confirmation on that though The Joe Jackson Band has split Up to now Styx has been known as a band without any one dominant personality So it was interesting to note the tremendous crowd reaction guitarist Tommy Shaw received at the recent Styx show in Dallas It was significantly higher than the other band members received BROWNE MARRIES—Jackson Browne married Lynne Sweeney in Santa Barbara Calif in January Ron Williams of Nitecaps and Wine Wine Wine fame has just cut a hot version of Delbert McClinton's Giving It Up For Your Love that sounds like a country smash Incidentally that Top 10 pop hit was written by veteran Fort Worth musician Jerry Williams several years ago Don McLean of American Pie fame is back on the charts in a big way with his version of Roy Orbison's Crying Orbison is tentatively tabbed to play Billy Bob's Texas in May Series focuses on Picasso Own Reality" on March 17 Friedman organized the first exhibit of Picasso works in this country Admission is free to museum members and is $2 for adults $1 for children for non-members Series tickets are $3 The lectures were made possible by a grant from the Fifth Avenue Foundation of Fort Worth and information is available at 738-9215 Council subcommittee formed associate members of the council Associate members are not included in the fund-raising campaign of the Arts Council but are eligible to use other mailing services on a fee basis except for fund-raising purposes and can share in the central accounting system consultation in fund-raising and general management and seminars or general education programs 4 NE ISIS"o imam 4:00 BRo HER -- SMOTHER SON & SISTER MOON" 11:00 ONLY Mt Soots $300 pfmrS S Sone o fill SAMOS 3 IS SIMMS'S 111 Lil Irmo LITE $NOW $I SI MIMS Si atibute 11 06 11)evii &Max Devlin Dogs of War IR dim or Now c pi§ 9TO5 LILY tOLIN TH E La trail di All Soots $1 "MIT DIAOLY 675- 0:05 ONE Plata! 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