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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 6-THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD-TiMtday, March Promoter for rock groups grossed millions last year YORK (AP) Howard Stein is a 31-year-old prisoner of his own success, caught between two generations On the one hand he is the hippie-clad entrepreneur with the Afro hairdo who sold American teen-agers on The Grateful Dead, Joe Cocker, Janis Joplin, Cat Stevens and other rock groups On the other, he is the mod- ish-styled former insurance salesman who likes to smoke cigars, shuns whisky and marijuana and really prefers the golden days of the 1930s and '40s. "Perhaps more profound men are less concerned with says Stein, who grossed 5 million last year. "I'm still concerned with image for whatever reasons." He put on more than 250 con- certs last year in five major United States York, Miami, Atlanta, Chicago and Minneapolis The marquees read "Howard Stein Presents." The ads read, "Howard Stein Presents." Some day, says Howard Stein, it will be "Howard Stein Presents Howard Stein." Howard Stem is really a frustrated actor in love with Broadway aqd film. He enrolled in Carnegie Tech, where, "I was something of the golden boy of the acting department." His mother knew what he was doing, but his father thought for two years that he was studying to be a doctor. When he found out, he pulled young Howard out of school. So Howard tried creative that New York's Columbia University, still studying some subversive acting on the side. After Columbia he worked as a publishing house clerk and sometime performer, met Helen Mancuso and married her in 1965. "I could never be a starving he realized. "My desire to be- was still dominant, but I couldn't look in the newspaper under 'Boss Wanted.'" Then his father, hoping to salvage what looked like a college dropout, relented on the issue of a medical education and settled instead for just plain college. So Howard Stein graduated finally from New York only to discover he had no profession. What next, Howard Stem? He studied insurance. That only lasted a few weeks. Next he withdrew in inheritance and Bar Mitzvah money and teamed up with an uncle to sell rock 'n' roll souvenirs. And suddenly there he was in the wonderful world of rock 'n' roll. He met the managers, the agents, the bands. His first rock concerts in the summer of 1969 lost money. He learned a lot. For six months he was out of work, finally raising from friends to stage a concert in Toronto. The star didn't show. "That company went out of business. Like all new produc- ers, I was cheated, dictated to, robbed and bulldozed." But he learned. He finally hit and began pro- moting one-night stands in Carnegie Hall. There came a two-night stand with the Rolling Stones at Madison Square Garden, and success. He has made it now, has shed the bizarre clothes and clipped the hair. He lives in a luxurious Park Avenue apartment, owns a 1961 Rolls- Royce, collects art deco furniture and stays in the presidential suites of hotels. Composer GREENWICH, Conn. (AP) A memorial service will be held Thursday for Quito Maganini, 77, a composer, conductor and educationist who won a Pulitzer Prize for music in 1927. TV highlights TUESDAY SPECIAL: p.m., Ch. 9. Future planning in Great Falls and Cascade County are discussed. CARTOON SPECIAL: Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree, p.m., Ch. 9. How to get "hunny" in all the wrong ways DOCUMENTARY SPECIAL: Next Year in Jerusalem 8 p.m., Ch. 7. A history of the Holy Land from Abraham to the present. MOVIE WESTERN: Westward the Women, p m Ch. 11. An ode to hardy pioneer females who braved weather Indians and male wagon drivers to seek out husbands in Old California. Robert Taylor. MOVIE WESTERN: Bullets Don't Argue, 12 midnight, Ch. 7. Rod Cameron and Dick Palmer star in this story of a sherrif pursuing bank robbers into Mexico. 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