New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 13, 1982, Page 9

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

October 13, 1982

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 13, 1982, New Braunfels, Texas EntertainmentHarald-Zritung Wednesday, October 13, 1982    10A Staff photo by John Senter The hard-hitting rock trio Van Wilks (led by Van Wilks, pictured above) will be back at Texas Junction tonight. BRONCO’S NO COVER ★ PERSUADERS ★ WED., 10/13 & THURS., 10/14 ★ Stormy'*’ Kent Findley* FRI., 10/15    SAT    ,    10/16 HAPPY HOUR 2-9 •Draft 65* • L-Neck 85* •Call 95* • Well 75* IU 35 (ti) McQueeney Exit Courtyard Center    625-8133 MOTHER E AMITYVILLE II: THE POSSESSION R ii onion Spotlight ANNUAL OCTOBER FEST •I th* Germania Farmer Verein Anhalt SUNDAY, OCT. 17th 2:00 to 6:30 p.m. Music by CLOVERLEAF ORCHESTRA 6:30 to 10:30 p.m. PFEIL BROTHERS We'll begin to serve food Et drinks at 12 Noon EVERYBODY CORDIALLY INVITED ■V, Ti' '*    r.\Canary sights and sounds Performances by Roque Nublo, the renowned Canary Islands folkloric dance group are part of the the University of Texas Institute of Texan Cultures’ contribution to Canary Islands Cultural Week. An exhibit, “San Antonio’s Canary Islands Heritage,” will be open through Oct. 31 in the Hall of Mirrors. It depicts the lives of the islanders who founded Villa de San Fernando, San Antonio’s original settlement, in 1731. Carved miniatures, leather maps, costumed dolls and metal icons are included along with items of everyday use, such as woven baskets and pottery. The dance company will perform at 2:30 p.m. Thursday in the Dome Theatre. Based in San Antonio’s sister city of Las Palmas, the troupe has won prizes at two English dance festivals.Female cast Clare Booth’s wise-cracking comedy, The Women, will be staged by the University of Texas Drama Department starting Thursday in the B. Iden Payne Theater, 23rd and San Jacinto. Set in the mid-30s, the play satirizes the Park Avenue woman, whose day is a progression from beauty salon to bridge table to Bergdorf Goodman’s. Although men are talked about, none are ever seen: 24 women will play 37 roles ranging from maids and manicurists to actresses and society leaders. Performances are at 8 p.m. Thursday through Saturday and Oct. 20-23.Also in Austin Shakespeare’s comedy, A Midsummer Night’s Dream has been adapted for young people and will be present by the UT Department of Drama this Saturday and next. Performances are at 2 p.m. in the Theater Room at 23rd and San Jacinto.Irish rock The Chieftains will appear for the first time in San Antonio Oct. 22, when they play a benefit show at Incarnate Word College. The show starts at 8 p.m., and tickets will be available at the Elizabeth Huth Maddux Theatre. Proceeds will benefit the Sean Burke Scholarship Fund. The Chieftains opened a Rolling Stones concert earlier this year in Ireland, and provided music for a mass conducted by the Pope in Dublin two years ago. The group has recorded with Paul McCartney, Art Garfunkle and Van Morrison.Modern tragedy Zachary Scott Theatre Center will open Friday with The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window, written by the author of A Raisin in the Sun. Concerned with a man determined to promote the good of humanity in the face of all odds, was playwright Lorraine Hansberry’s last work. She died while it was still running on Broadway. The Austin production will be directed by March Welch, who describes Sidney Br us tem as a 20th-century version of a Greek tragedy. Performances ar-Wednesdays through Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. The show will run for three weekends.Fabray at Fiesta Nanette Fabray will open next Tuesday at the Fiesta Dinner Playhouse, starring in a show written especially for her. The veteran actress, now appearing as Ann Romano’s slightly wacky mother on television’s One Day At A Time, will play five different roles in The Oscar Ladies running Tuesdays through Sundays through Nov. 21. The champagne opening is next Friday. Matinees are offered each Wednesday and Sunday, and non-smoking shows are available. -feSifaSo y Contact « a ’PROFESSOR <• IVANOV * I SISTER CRYSTAL , 629-1416 i Come and see why you are so unhappy. Help in 4 love, business, health & all 4 family affairs.    4 7 AM TO IO PM DAILY 249 Loop 337-Hwy 40 I*1 (across from Canyon Middle School) 41 (FRONT OR BACK ENTRANCE FOR PRIVATE PARKING) :6-V . LOOR FOR mpiAIHtlAllB SION ^,VS* ^ -A- TEXAS JilCTS* L—-—————-—.....—............. .iii "Country With Class ' TONIGHT IS ROCK ’N ROLL NIGHT WITH ★ VAN WILKS* ★ FIRE CREEK* Thurs., Fri., & Sat. Oct. lith, 12th, &13th Lady Godiva Lingerie Show 20 Beautiful, Sexy Models Friday, Oct. 15th 7pm-9pm 262 W. Jahn St.    625-0389 (Two blocks from Century 21 Realty on S. Seguin)Crystal CkandeLe'i LOOP 337 —NEW BRAUNFELS Dance To The Music Of Fri., Oct. 15MIDDLE of the FIDDLE Nightlife On area screens Brauntex Theatre, 290 W. San Antonio — The Time Walker I PG) and An Officer anda Gentleman. Show time 7:30 p.m. Cinema I&II, Walnut Square — Mother Lode (PG). Shows at 7 and 9 nightly. Also Amityville ll: The Possession (R). Nightly shows at 7:15 and 9:15. In area clubs Bronco’s, Courtyard Shopping Center — Tonight and Thursday: The Persuaders. Texas Junction, 262 W. Jahn — Tonight: Van Wilks. Wolfgang’s Keller, 295 E. San Antonio — Bill Knight at the piano. On area stages Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos — Harvey, 7:30 tonight in the Main Theater on campus. Performances through Sunday. Sat., Oct. 16 GEORGE STRAIT AVAIl ABI I (OR PRIVAT* PARTIES RECEPTIONS KTC FOR MORE INFORMATION ll F9E ■ V AT IONS AIS 1147 On the road again Studio artist getting urge to take a band on stage (APi — Steve Winwood, come to America to promote his solo Island LP, “Talking Back to the Night,” has the idea to put a band together, tour with it and make his next Ll* with the band. After 12 years on the road, he hasn’t been in a band since 1974. First he was in the Spencer Davis Group, which had its first hit in 1964, playing keyboards, guitars and singing; then Traffic, with Chris Wood, Jim Capaldi and Dave Mason; then Blind Faith, with Erie Clapton, Ginger Baker and Hick Grech — a supergroup which lasted for only one album, then four more years of Traffic. "The urge to get a band and go on the road has got to me a bit,” Winwood says. “I don’t have any pressure to do it. I always think that’s the best incentive — that you want to do it rather than someone else wants you to do it. i’ve been to a few concerts, and I caught myself thinking I would really like to be on stage doing some playing.” In 1974, Winwood recalls, “I felt I was never ahead When the tour finished, there was pressure to make an album and try to find time to write. Then there was pressure to tour again. I decided the only way I could escape from that was not to have a band.” Winwood made his first solo album, “Steve Winwood,” for Island, in 1977. He says, “It wasn’t successful at all. The writing left a bit to be desired. After the first, non-selling, solo album, Winwood says, “I thought I had to do something fairly radical. I thought if I could get the right material I could do it on my own. I always toyed with the idea of multitracking. I’d done it in various half-hearted ways on different albums. I got a lot of opposition from the publisher and the record company. I’m sure that spurred me on a bit. “I sunk nearly all the money I’d got at the time in building a studio with fairly basic equipment in my house. I couldn’t afford to record anywhere else, and no producer would have wanted to work there. I thought I’ll do it alone, write, sing, play all the instruments. “It was very tortuous — so much work and it took so long. I was convinced at the end of it that the publisher and record company must be right.” Then the album, “Arc of a Diver,” became the most successful Winwood ever had. "I had to reconsider things,” he recalls. “Maybe I had a way of making an album which gets well accepted. So I thought I’d give it another shot.” The result was “Talking Back to the Night,” released at the end of August. Winwood worked with American lyricist Will Jennings on it. They also wrote four songs on “Arc of a Diver.” “I found it very interesting to work with someone who has worked in a competitive writing atmosphere like Nashville. He doesn’t sit around waiting for inspiration. He sits down and works all the time. The title ‘Talking Back to the Night’ came about when Will was working on a lyrical idea about a sax player he had known. It was about how people burn themselves out or inflict self-destruction on themselves for the sake of their art. We felt it’s a relic of the attitude that the artist must suffer in order to create better work. “I had worked with and loved people who destroyed themselves. It happened so much I felt this was something I wanted to express in an album. So every song in some way relates to that.... ‘“There’s a River’ is a kind of hymn to being alive and healthy. People have asked me whether I’ve caught religion when they’ve heard it. I haven’t particularly caught religion. But it has kind of ecclesiastical undertones or overtones in a musical sense.” MIW. STREET ftERCANTIUE ADJACENT TO THE SHOOT Come Join Us For Lunch Our New Special Menu Now includes Such Tasty Delights As •The "Mercantiles" Magnificent Hamburger • 'Splendiferous" Roast Beef •"Gastro Enrapture" (Nachos) •Our Best Wurst Sausage Sandwich Gifts.. .thai say you can' •Handmade Crafts. Hand Blown Glass. Lamps and Goblets. Brass. Ceramics, Silk and Dried Flowers. Collectibles. Antiques. Gourmet Candies. 353 E. Mill Street OPEN: IO p.m. 629-1539    TUES.-SUN. New Braunfels, Texas Closed Mondays. 78130 # Not Even Time Could Stop Him Now Fri. and Sat • 7:18 1:15 Mat. Sat. and Sun. -1:30 Sun.-Thur. - 7:30 THE TIME WALKER Mon. All Seats *1. BRAUNTEX I SA) W San Antonio flit:* 4411 BRAUNTEX 2 Starring Sat. and Sun. BEN MURPHY Shows Regular    --- Price    [PG) Itll lift you up where you belong. | RICHARD GERE DEBRA WINGER AIV OFFICER AND A GENTLEMAN Fri. and Sat. • 7:00 9:30 Mat. Sat. and Sun. -1:30 Sun-Thur. at 7:30 Monday All Seats *1.50 OBBBBBBBBBBOOBOOSBBBB STOP IN AND SEE THE ★ NEW* STARTING SATE NOW OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK ll AM TILL ? OPEN 12:00 NOON SUN. Live Top Country & Western Entertainment Low Water Xing Wed., 10/13 Don Head Fri., 10/15 & Sat., 10/16 “A Warm & Friendly Country A tmosphere " IH 35 S. Solms Exit 625-1058 No Cover Charge sr Ranch House Steaks OPEN 7 DAYS 8 AM-9 PM "Eat With Us and Save" 90S LOOP 337 Now Braunfels, Tok. 78130 "We Serve»A»Lot More Than Steaks" Breakfast Special Monday-Friday 8 am-11 am 2 eggs, bacon or sausage, hash browns, or grits, toast or biscuits. •1.99 Lunch and Dinner Special Top sirloin steak - served with choice of potato, salad bar •4.25 If you are really hungry try our Daily Buffet Monday-Friday 11-2 Choice of meat entree, three vegetables,    *3*25 salad bar & dessert. Sunday Buffet all you can eat 11-2 •5.75 ;