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May 18, 1983

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SI N.w,u.e W dn day May 8 19,3 1, Canadian folksinger due !i at Rainy Town ' /el ' !i ng The to mus : One ofCanada'smostpopular -. ballad writers and tolksingers, Stun Rogers, will appear at the Rainy SMITH ' ,g career f m.v hfe should end that moment the bearded bespectacled singer is to ' ry narrow view of What a folkTown Folk Music Club Saturday for )mlinson was in the It was during his stay in Seattle Let it be " be put into words the feelings of love singer does two special shows at 8 p.m. and 10:30 kerround of steak and that Tomlinson wrote his best- Other small successes followed and life in eastern Texas and beaut!- Tomlinson isn t a[t sadness and p.m. Singing dates in Aus- known number, "The Climb " the playing of that song.' a .gse ment ful spring, days on Puget Sound. blues. He entertained, the Silver :Ii~i en he heard the good"I was watching television and I on "PM Magazine" which chro- Tomhnson himself says it's difficult Spoon crowd with a witty, yet gentle Admission is $5 per night. ,saw a news report on Don Bennett, nicled Bennett's feat, and an openin to pinpoint his sound, poke at modern-day lonely hearts Friday nights the Rainy Town " " ' clubs, the ersonal ads m the news presents its weekly open mille where The Climb," had the man who climbed Mount Rain, ' - g gig for Kenny-Rankm at the Pard- ""v P top of Seattle radioier with the use of just one leg, - i e naa many mnuences---t)an-a-er His s " ,mount in January Fo 1 P p " aug, the .personal local songwriters, singers and musi- ge oerg, r~enny Loggms, james-a-e " addres ~ : ' r -X s most requested Tomlinson recalled. 'His story Late last month, Tomlinson per- T ' P g ' ses me neetmg, ottenclans can be heard tar S2 . aylor, lUSt as mey nave inIluenceQ -ersonal im-er o i, - r.k ' tourched me so I wrote a song as a tormed his songs at Duvall s Silver others ,P . . p s.na~nature y The Rainy Town Folk Music at the songwriter and personal gift to him." Spoon to a crowd of 300 concert- ",retest stogies mode at soclanzlng. 'adionUmber that foundstation and had "The Climb" speaks eloquently of !~c~tts iii~;i ~ mi~aubn~ea~!~rP~d~!i~iyg fvOllil doir.lc~i~tdThmtYpaS~i~ilOblbi TOMgl!nk~n, wil appear Tuesday Club is located in the Monroe Cen- ~ ter at 1810 NW 65th and is a project :~ amahs special courage to conquer a adara!st~acKstage'ezO~ of the Seattle Folklore Society us of popularity wasnot only a mountain but his physical i raging. But it also disability. Tomlinson's clear high "I think alot of people were there 30-year-old Tomlin- tenor lifts his lyrics to the heights of to hear my music, period, and had ~-~,LL E'~/';~" }. ake-or-break point of determination that Don Bennett heard about the concert by word of NOW Orion In Dullard ~ arrived, experienced on Rainier: mouth. The Silver Spoon concert . t-" ~"~ [ ~l~~.} ~ !~ t ~~ made a positive im- 'I will climb that Holy Mountain was the best I ve played up here--- / . Tomlinson during a In the hours of the day the audience was warm and respon- ~ X ~ii ,ode to the PacificLet u .train mv sturdy body as it may sive. / '1 " (~/l,? ~ "I.L- ~."y~~) ~ i i-i.i this year. His l haveworke~tlongandhard " Tomlinsonwillreturntothe /g . ) ~ r1"~~'~ ~ i;~ -'ndly, the lands- To weave this magi,'from my dreams Spoon for another concert Tuesday, f 1= ~, O r l O Re %~ ~ ~ ~1 music and the And I will not run from it - July 16. ~ P ~ ] i~i~ his hopes for Tdlm.mghm fi,'mthesummn To describe the musical style of / 11 i 1 ~ 9 i!{~ LARGE COOKIE q wltl) luncl) wt)on you 7 ( b g J w,t/, vo. 0 Fine European Food ; ~l/ BreakIastsCakes & Pastries I1/ I ~ Homemade Soups Quiches - Outside Dining -- I~ W(, ,I.~, d(, C,m,mq t~.I Eatin or Takeout 782-5002 Man- Sat llam- 9pm 2301 NW Market St 783- 5080 0 Visit "Little Norway" i T. . * Cruise Around ~ltnson will appear Tuesday at Ballard's Backstage, 2208 NW Market. Bainbridge Island h d Vol ) " EnjoyaBBQSalmon rd resident 'D st ngu e unteer Luncheon at beautiful Kiana Paul Fisher was also helped with the agency s book- partment of Health and Human U83winnerofthe kee ing and tape recorded material Services, Bernard E Kelly, at a II PoulsboaT-A~ "i~x/"-~/~Z"~,k(~----~,/'7')~ II P . . . " . . ,Pea. pie in thefor bhnd persons, special tea m the, Denny. Building II St/Child "~0.00 I ngmshed Volun- offices of Vision-Services. II .Adult .aS.00 I ,-, II Is service to the According to Jeannette Franks, II ~~d~ll manager of the volunteer program, h "We havemanyvolunteerswhoalso SPU student tours II II "t~" Vl.Sion,~ervi- work very hard, but Paul has over- ------ " ~2e vtsually ira-come challenges in some particularly 1]CaU For s 624,o~911vround.Uon9~, Non-Profit Organizat" [I ,t reader for a difficult assi~,nments " Lisa Steinbrink, daughter of JohnReservations " orking for the-"'" ~ "" ' and Barbara Steinbrink of Ballard/ t clents, one of The volunteer award was pres- and a junior.at SP U, toured with 1 ~mpaired. ented to Fisher last week by the Seattle Pacific Umversity s Sym- Fisher has regional director for the U.S. De- phonic Wind Ensemble recently. VAERS60 DINNER COUPON DINNER WITH THIS COUPON ONLY B00D THURS MAY 19 ONLY THE OU2 BDKUF RF, ,IP SENT THE BEACH BOYS, MAY22 AT 1:35 P.M. Great seats are still available for one of the hottest enter- tainment events of the year. First, a game with the Mariners and the Milwaukee Brewers. The Brewers are de- fending American League charn~ with players like Robin Yount, Paul Molitor and German Thomas. And the Mariners are strong on local heroes like and "Help Me Rhonda;' More than 20 years ~er they first recorded "Surfin' Safari;' the Beach Boys have racked up 14 gold albums-- and still pack the fans in stadiums across the country. So hurry and get C your family together in the Kingdome for ,' a day of baseball, music mad summer fun. And welcome to * ~'X . ,i Miller time. Julia Cruz, Mat~ Youn~ and Steve Henderson. Tickets for the doubleheader, including game and Immediately following the game, the Beach Boys will concert, are just $9.50 and $7.50. Call 628-3300 or show their own championship style with great hits like A visit any TicketAaster computerized outlet. Tickets "Fun,Fun, Fun;'"California Girls,""little Deuce ~," m~ ~on sale at the Kingdome. Th riners. . I.I FE and I Produced by the people of PAX Productions I Our Salad Bar, tlaat is. Newly enlarged for your pleasure. F eaturing eight delight- fully fresh salads. Plus your choice of dressings and assor[ted condiments. It's a meal by itself. Or a t.asty accompaniment to all of our deliciodS dinner and "special 9, i) events entrees. We re open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, Ballard. So come on in 'n enjoy! )7 5900-15th Avenue N.W.