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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Calgary musicians chalk up success Old school bus and talent Success in television is rela- tively easy to attain. Take Stratusfaction, a Calgary-based group, joining the CBC network for a six-part musical series, starting July 28. All they did was put together eighteen young musicians, a converted school bus and a wealth of tal- ent, and here they are. The six shows were recorded before a capacity audience at Winnipeg's Manitoba Theatre Centre and feature a number of top guest stars as well as the eighteen regulars. The members of Stratusfac- tion sing, dance, play a variety of musical instruments and generally have a ball enter- taining their audiences. In their off hours they tour about in that old school bus, enjoying the sights and the sounds of what- ever city they happen to be visiting. Stratusfaction is composed of nine singers Petti- grew, Jill Gait, Debbie Braitli- wake, Manni Fink, Ina Murray, Murray Cameron, Bob Brown, Gary Kines and David Met- calfe; and nine musicians Bill Sample on the organ, Gor- don Polichek and Jim Kirkpa- trick on guitar, Don Hardy on drums, Sheila Green on cello, Ann Nichol on violin, George Schram on trombone, Ralph Carter on trumpet and Ian Sad- dler on clarinet, sax and a bun- dle of other instruments. In musical backgrounds the group runs the gamut from Church choirs to rock bands, and their music reflects the full scale of their experience, They play it sweet. They play it swinging. They play it loud or quiet, hot or cool. But al- ways they play it just the way their audiences like it, with plenty of enthusiasm and a wealth of showmanship. Guest star on the first show will be the always-popular Catherine McKinnon, with Ed Evanko, Diane Heatherington, Pat Rose, and Diane Stapley scheduled for the remainder of the series. Stratusfaction is produced by Dave Robertson for CBC Winni- peg. Innovation may be gamble 'Love Story' a TV series By JERRY BUCK ANGELES (AP) After 25 years in the business, George Schaefer finally is getting around to producing his first television series. He will be executive of Love Story, an NBC Wednes- NEED A PRESCRIPTION? WE OFFER PROMPT PRESCRIPTION SERVICE 7 DAYS A WEEKI Cardi Accepted! "The Drug 13th St. N. Ph. 927-3445 Mon. thru Sat. to f day night entry In the fall that takes the title and musical theme from the hit movie. "I'm not really thinking of it as a said Schaefer, an outgoing, round-faced man with thinning hair and gold-rimmed glasses. "I see it as a collection of 22 separate little features. "I'm talking to some of the best writers, and they seem to like the idea of coming back and doing what is essentially a short story." But as a neophyte series pro- ducer, Schaefer does have his reservations. "J'm realistic enough to know you have to meet be said. "You have to make com- promises. I know all 22 shows won't be as ideal as I'd like. But maybe half will be extraor- dinary." BACKGROUND BRIGHT Don't worry about Schaefer. Few directors and producers can claim the background he has in television, movies and theatre. For 10 years, he super- vised the Hallmark Hall of Fame specials, and he has six Emmys to his credit, including NOW New Reduced Prices On All 1973 YAMAHA ENDUROS From 80 c.c. to 500 c.c. See Them Now At YAMAHA CYCLE SALES SERVICE 1519-3rd AVi. S. PHONE 328-6977 one collected In May fur pro- ducing the best dramatic pro- gram of the last season, A War of Children. An anthology of dramatic love stories is new territory for tele- vision. In fact, it may be the one innovation of the season Schaefer admits it's a gamble, He sees the stories as little slices of life that don't neces- sarily have a beginning, a middle or an end. Hie Mud of thing that used to be done back in the 1990s. Wins award The National Film Board of Canada's production, Street Mu- sique, directed by Ryan Larkln, lias won the Grand price at the Melbourne Film Festival in Australia. Professional packing 'No bffenae, but we can pack your pelted tnstbout one- fourth the time il may you, do it better, We use III different klndt of car- loin, each deafened for pedicu- lar job. We know how lo pick R box full, but no) loo full, wo wrap to cushion each other agalnit breakage. We teal etch box dust and dirt, Let norihAmerlcan do tho packing for you Save yourself for belter things, McLean MOVING LTD. "Your North American Van Llnei Aaenti" 640 6th ST. S. 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