New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 16, 1987, Page 9

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

October 16, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 16, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Entertainment Friday, October 16 1987    Herald-Ze/funp    New    Braunfels    Texas      Pa0e Hear ‘n There Music Fest a rockin’ place to be Gruene Hall site of Sunday Com Fund benefitCatalog helps shoppers when they shop by mail By DAVIO MAY Staff Writer ITH* inauguration of what could become one of the biggest annual festivals (in a town famous for its festivals happens Sunday in beautiful downtown Greene It s the First Annual Gruene Music Fest to benefit the Comal County Community Fund It is big not only because nearly all the big gest and best in local entertainment is scheduled to appear but also for what the fest is going to do Twenty four local non profit organizations receive monev raised bv ComFund in the middle of its nth year of fund raising All pro ceeds from the music fest will benefit ( omFund The merchants of Gruene will tie featuring merchan dlse and food portions of the sales will be donated to ComFund Seven count em seven bands will take the stage at Gruene Mall t»eginning at noon dishing out Texas st vie country and western rock and rhythm and blues Thev are Jav Free and Hlieders Creek County Line John Calenture and Mots IHisty BC Smith and Southern Breeze stingrays Inner view and Slogan David and the Grapes of Wrath Admission is Ii per person and children antler 12 are free Hey a couple of thev* acts arx* reportedly on the verge of signing some recording deals That s what pextpie used to say about the Thunderbird* The bands alt have gigs the night before but they are anvifishly donating their time and talents for the cause We do get some explore said John Humphries of the Stingrays It is a chance to play before our peers but it s something we can do to help I am really excited aU»ut it It s the most ptMcUvr energy I ve seen in a while Hlleder s C reek is donating lls sound ss stem sundav Gruene SKATE CINTER HOURS TRI 7 30 IO 30 SAT I 30 3 30 HICK. MUN As A SAT MHS MIW WHI VAH M AM ’ <t S CIG Ste AT tM, ^O^MIN SS A T INC, RENTAL INFO 372 5000 Music Fest organizers are local radio personality John Payne and ComFund Chairman Dick Koegle Pay ne engineered the recording of ‘ We'll Bt* There " the official theme song of ComFund performed by the musicians It was produced by Jay Blanchard who copenned the tune along with Jim Schmidt •‘Competition among local bands in New Braunfels is tough admitted Blanchard ‘ But all the walls have come down for all of them to work together for this Keep in mind this is not something that has been in the works or planned out for the* past year Organizers began putting this all together six short weeks ago The song wa" written and aired within a week Plans have begun for next year s festival which organizers hope will be bigger and better than this year s This year s sponsors arc Miller Beer Kl.SB KNBT The Gruene Mer chants Association and Comal t our. tv Community Fund There is going to be a lot more than music Sunday Circle Arts Theatre s Inner Circle youth troupe will perform in between some of the acts and there will he clowns games, family shows and on and on A lot of people have donated their time and efforts to pull this off They will all be there and they hope you will be too Meanwhile the weekend club scene is a hot one The Stingrays will be rockin Knox Landing Satur day night The Watering Hole Saloon will have Austin s Tina Hose and the Dance Hall Doctors Friday followed by The Fur Trappers Saturday San Antonio s Pamala Bamala is scheduled to “jammala” Friday night at Nephew s Dave Thompson and the Possum Gap Band is at The 'nmdowner in Sattler Friday Musicians not performing ''atur day night should check out an open jam session happening at Riley s Backbone Place out on FM 32 Br mg your instruments and the PA and everything els** will he there Fven if you don't play anvone who has ever been to a jam session knows how hot these things can get and there is no charge to get in Check it out and enjoy a music-fest weekend Knox Landing — 114 I S 81 East Fn Live DJ no cover Sat The Stingrays 9 p rn -I a rn $2 cover Gruene Hall — Hunter and Gruene Hoads Fri David Hailey; no cover Sat Delbert McClinton. SIO cover Sun Gruene Music Fest admission $2 The Watering Hole Saloon — Old McQueeney Road and 1-35 behind the Nomad Motel Fn Tina Rose and the Dance Hall Doctors 8pm-12 a rn no cover Sat The Fur Trappers 9 p rn I a rn no cover Nephews — 262 W Jahn Road Fri Pamala Bamala 8 p rn -12 a rn $2 cov er The Sundowner — FM 306 in Sat tier Fri Dave Thompson and Possum Gap 9 p rn I a rn no cover Riley $ Backbone Place FM 32 near the Hays County line Sat open jam session no cover The Catalog of Catalogs By Ed ward Palder Woodbine House 423 Pages S14 95 Shopping by mail is the latest fad in America and Edward Palder has come to the rescue of any dedicated consumer who fears that he or "he may have overlooked a catalog Not everyone may know there are at least eight catalog sources for mushrooms for example including Far West Fungi and Fungi Perfect Audio and stereo systems and automotive parts catalogs run on for pages, of course and there are no less than 22 catalogs under the wine and beermaking heading Friday October 16 8 OO 12 OO David Hailey Saturday October 17 9 OO I OO Delbert McClinton Sunday October 18 2 OO IO OO COMFUND BENEFIT ml Clay Beaker Jay Enc Grapes of Wrath & More Special Surprises -Coming Friday- Od 23rd ☆ ☆ Jerry Jeff Walker -a* # Coming Saturday- Od 24th ☆ ☆ Bo Diddley ☆ ☆ 625 0142 it OLD GRI ENE MARKET PLACE IVINX 'MIKI Antiques • Collectables Art * Plants * C rafts Sat. Get 17th 9 a.m. - 7 p.m. •*•*«+**** in Historic t.ruene at Sew Braunfels for info I -62^-3 F BAHRAIN MATINEES 4 ll) TO 5:30 DAI! V WALNUT 6 629-6400 BARGAIN MC,HT TUESDAY J NIGHT un.CANTON LAK! TX. ^    ^       ^    I    J    11 | Friday-N-Saturday | ^ { THE TOBY MORIO un TUSS (MHO ISHII/ STAKEOUT -A. tan \2 OO ■aria* rut $2 SO I ANDERSON I    BAND ^    Bluest Motown ■    Monday* J 25 Wine Coolers J 25 Draft Open tilt 2 AM !    964-3992 BRADNTEX TWIN iac * a.-    tit    *4    '    < Nt W HOL KS I lotted Man Tue» W rd Open Thui ((Sp rn I rf Sal A Sun 11am incept lot private partied faustian Billage ii ce tau rant Sc Siergartns I,** ated One Block from Schhtterbahn Authentic (german Food A Atmosphere “Fjjtertatnraent for the Whole Family' Sunday Buffet $6.50 11 am to 2 pm all you can eat Soup A Salad bar is alw ay s open and our regular menu is also available LIVE BANDS SATURDAY NIGHTS Sat. Oct. 17 Oma & the Oompah^ Reservations Available 625-0815 J Saturday, Od 10-6 17, 1987    Sunday. f&t /Annual Comfort Village Antiques Show 8c Sale by director of Boom# Hill Country Snow and Cnriatma* rn mo Hilts Kerrville Comfort Perk •SN Hwy 27 o«t I H IO Wast QUILTS -WICKER ’CLOCKS ’VICTROIAS G. ASS A JEWEIRV * LINENS ’TE 1 ANA FOL* AHT ’SOUTHWESTERN ’STONEWAWE \ BASKETS AMERICANA IN BUILDING GAZEBO * PAVILIONS r •MNM *•<•> MI •» JUJU ■JESi “f New Braunfels National Bank \/f \fBFR VK TORLX HA VK SHARKS. /.VG FPIC im des you to listen to Reflections - A backward glance at where we in Comal County have been and w here are now ‘ Sunday Mornings al 9 a.m.onKi.N0 i4;oam Sunday. Oct. 18, 1987 featuring Mary Alice & Claude Mendez Braunfels Co sponsored by I (My Wl e*Ml,    I    ]    * 4« * I few* 'ten Ute*I VMM* *>44, I * Ste«'8», • ' 1*4 — —,-------....    n» NATIONAL BANK '••tea Awm* wu>im im tm* US ISI Thursday Night Ribeye Steak Dinner $5.95 8 oz. 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