Dillon Tribune (Dillon, Mont.) 1989-current, September 24, 1997, Image 8

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F a s s A -s - Dillon Tribune - Wednesday, September 24, 1S97 A Entertainment in southwestern Montana Steven Cooper, 1997 Finalist at the Coast to Coast National Karaoke Finals would like to say thanks to the following for all their help and support. *Jackson Hot Springs Lodge •Five Rivers Lodge •Big Sky Western Wear mIda Buck •Ennis Trading Post •Dinah & Butch Talbot •Shelly McDonald *OLEA •Retail Credit Company • Valerie M. Leavitt m m \' v< ’ J o k e r y Paradise ^ Inn M o t e l ♦ R e s tau r a n t ♦ Lounge imnte you to enjoy the finest in (fitting and lodging in Southwest Montana. Also enjoy the exciting video poker & keno machines, too 683-9949 650 N. Montana for good drinks and friendly folks >♦< SrwthweitJ/ltmiana. cArtL @oiutcil 1 9 9 7 - 9 8 Showcase Series Series Tickets On Sale Until October 2 Thursday, October 2,1997 Paul Taylor Australian SloryLeller & Musician Thursday, Februaty 5,1998 Wilson & McKee Traditional and contemporary Irish & Scottish Folksingcrs & Musicians Thursday, March 6,1998 Montana Logging & Ballet Company Music and social satire Ticket Location: The Bookstore WMC-UM Bookstore Ticket Prices: $15.00 for adults, $10.00 for children under 18 and WMC students. Individual concert tickets at the door: $7.00 for adults, $5.00 for children. a Showcase. StrUx ticktl htlpx uipfiort o u r cArliit in. (ReilxUncy. <J)roqramxl find the Rations the 5afurn View the O r id n '^ IM ia toCiirripus and view Each week, stargazers will m$e|0W0r^ the night sky. Unaided by r n a g n i f ! es can spot constellations and planets. LeatrtHfchkh irties itre visible on a given date and time and where in t h ^ y t o locat&jhcm. Use your own binoculars, spotting scopes or:ieisscop^.. 3 ^ p telescopes will be provided by the instructor. Viewkihar aild planetary sights. Discussions will include basic astronomy, mythology of the stars and using the Internet for amateur astronomy. 'Younger children may attend for$25 but must be accompanied by an enrolled adult. Course instructor is Tom Satterly Classes will meet in OC 112. *Fee: $45 • 9th Grade-Adult Please sign up by September 29. Mondays, October 13-December 8 7:00-9:30 pm Call 683-7537 for more information TL» I alv»riity i>* W e s t e r n 1 t ' c i t fi.! < r,lk ; / - O u t r e a c h D i v i s i o n Cam p u s Box 114 710 S. Alter,-ic St. Dillon sings the blues Halloween By Paul Stewart Area music fans can look for­ ward to a Halloween visit from one of the Northwest region’s most respected Blues musicians. Steve Kelley, a.k.a “Big Daddy” will make his Dillon debut at Papa Ts on October 31, bringing with him his band the Blue Notes, and more than 30 years experience of playing the Blues. Kelley picked up the guitar at the tender age of ten years old. Six years later in 1964 he turned professional starting out playing rock and soul music. He explained that he was turned on to the Blues by listening to the Rolling Stones and John Mayall. Checking into the writers of the tunes these bands were playing, he said, was the beginning of a life-long re­ search into Blues tradition and an ensuing deep love of both the mu­ sic and the culture. “Big Daddy” toured extensively in the late sixties and seventies appearing with many big-time acts including Paul Butterfield, Canned Heat, James Cotton and Steppenwolf. He put down roots in the Flathead Valley in 1978 with his wife Mary Ann to raise their children. He continued to play locally and regionally. It was Maddison Slim, long­ time harp player for the legend- ary Jimmie Rogers who talked “Big Daddy” into touring again. “We formed the Nightcrawlers in 1990 and tore it up for the next couple of years,” he said. Slim then went back with Rogers and in 1992, “Big Daddy” formed the Blue Notes. Described by Inside Blues as “one of the leanest and toughest sounding blues trios,” the group has won a devoted following and eryoyed considerable success. In 1996, their album “Nightshifter” was nominated for Best Album by the Inland Empire Blues Society and they were also nominated as Best Blues Band. “Big Daddy” and the Blue Notes play upbeat Chicago-style blues, firmly rooted in the tradition of the great masters of the fifties and ■ sixties; Muddy Waters, Magic Sam, Slim Harpo, Little Walter and Howlin Wolf. “Out of this tra­ dition,” said one music critic, they have fashioned their own style of driving shuffle, sensual mambo, hold-onto-your-hat boogie woogie that puts theit* audiences in a dancing frenzy. Fans are warned that this band is not one you can listen to sitting down. As well as headlining their own shows, “Big Daddy” and the Blue Notes have shared billing with continued on page A-18 IG SKY CINEMA 560 N. Montana E ma T Ï warn 9 STARTS FRIDAY K I V 1 \ S ( ) R H ( ) V j KULL W i n i . r í 4 \ i f i i iriínu SATURDAY (SUNDAY 4:00 P.M . ALLSEATS $3.50 Sborniim i 7HM) it OKH) Weekday« 4:OOk 7:00 k9:00 M t - Sun Baa n ”r1’ AU NEW SHOWS I TIMES START FfflDAfs STARTS FRIDAY S T E V E N S E A G A L Y» Imaifi a latnf ot wrfUi and Oeaury JF rimes a secret lirai coold liil raillions e* Bfdercover bas ntwer ron so deeo FIRE DOWN BELOW DILLON'S SHOWPUCE Phone:683-4833 FREDOWN BELOW 7HM>k 9:00 Weekday« 4KM) k 7:00 k OHM) le t - Sun Historic Virginia City, Inc. Proudly proclaims the September 1997 Encore Season of The Brewery Follies At the Gilbert Brewery In Virginia City, MT Encore Presentations Sept 12 • 13 • 19 • 20 • 26 • 27 8:30 P.M. For Reservations Call 406-843-5377 Restaurants • Lodging • Museums • Shops OPEN in Virginia City & Nevada City Thru September! J Steve Kelley, a.k.a. \Big Daddy\ Big Daddy and Blue Notes will perform Halloween night at Papa Ts. The Chicago-style blues band Is well known throughout the northwest. Dance to the music of the 1970s at a H i p p ie H o p ! (A 70s Sock Hop) Saturday, Oct. 4 8 p.m.-12 a.m. WMC Arena $10 per person Tickets on sale at Cooper's Comer and Eliel's Cash Bar • Snack Table • D J Music •Best 70s ebstume award! •Door Prizes and Contests! Put on your bell bottoms, platform shoes and tye-dye T-Shirts! Fund raiser for Beaverhead EMS Building « I L E The Men of Chippendale's will be appearing at The Metlen Hotel One Night Only! 8:30 PM Wednesday, October 1 ------- Must be 18 ---------

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