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4 Page B8 Thursday, July 23, 1981 The Nc v.spaper iff - , 4 i ' ' TONIGHT Charlie Musselwhite Blues Band Summer Dog Bluegrass festival Friday & Sunday, July 24 & 26 John Hammond Blues Festival Saturday, July 25 Townes Van Zandt Tuesday, July 28 Ramblin' Jack Elliot Thursday, July 30 John Stewart Monday, August 2 Entertainment 7 mights a week at 9:00 p.m. Open 5 p.m. til 2 a.m. 7 nights a week. Dinner served from 6 to 10 p.m. nightly. PARK CITY 649-4146 lllllllll ITALIAN RESTAURANT I Weekend I 7day$aweek : " S 412 Main Street i jj I 649-8211 A Now open for Breakfast Daily Specials fill 7:30-11:30 Seven days a week Featuring: Omelettes Potato Pancakes Continental Breakfast Apple Pancakes Bouillon Pork Chops nriwrmv Open for Lunch Dinner Seating from 11:30 to 10:00 Specializing in: Fine German Pastries Cappuccino & Expresso 402 Main Street 268 Main St. - ' 0 ill --J2Lt "-as-srl f . ,to . ", V Aj--- " : . Bluegrass jamboree begins Friday Larry McNeely, rising star of banjo and guitar wizardry, will join nearly a dozen other bluegrass performers per-formers July 24, 25 and 26 for the fourth annual Park City Bluegrass Festival. As in past years, Treasure Hollow at the Park City Resort will provide the outdoor amphitheatre am-phitheatre for the three days of continuous bluegrass music, beginning at noon each day. . - McNeely, whose banjo music livens up "The Dukes of Hazzard" on television, has had a multitude of musical experiences since picking up the banjo at the age of 15 in Lafayette, Indiana. In-diana. McNeely used to play banjo with Glen Campbell on the old "Glen Campbell Good Time Hour'' -TV show and'' has ' dofle - background music fOf many other1 productions, such as "Roots," "Hie Brady Bunch," ' and "The Waltons." He also has played with Burl Ives, Roy Acuff, Roger Williams, Mac Davis and Tennessee Ernie Ford. McNeely will be in Park City with a great back-up band that includes bassist Johnnie Pierce, who also handles the lead vocal chores, and Raul Reynoso flat-picking the guitar. Joining McNeely will be The Dillards, the L.A.-based country-bluegrass-rock band that played in Park City to standing ovations in the first year of the festival. Shangri What good is Spring if you can't see it! window cleaning by Shangri-La 649-6887 RESTAURANT t " TarkCitu's Finest Restaurant Open nightly except Monday 6:00-11:00 Sunday brunch 11:00-2:00 Live entertainment Fri.&Sat. Tom Distad 649-7177 Rodney Dillard is the backbone of this exciting group. Not only is he a superb musician, but an excellent ex-cellent vocalist as well. With roots in the bluegrass country coun-try of Missouri, Dillard has managed to include all the traditional bluegrass instruments in-struments in the band: dobro, fiddle, guitar, banjo and mandolin. Each musical set starts with an a cappella gospel tune, then the instruments in-struments work their magic. Even in their, early traditional days, The Dillards were experimenting in the "progressive." Now they also play electric instruments and have a drummer, Paul York. And what evolved is a comfortable biepd ..of Jjluegrass, country and'rock.'The cello, played by 'Jeff '"Gflkinson, will be startling to bluegrass, country coun-try and rock fans alike. Other members of the band are Douglas Bounsall on guitar, bass and volcals; Ray Parks on fiddle and vocals; Herb Pederson on acoustic and electric guitars, banjo and vocals; and Dean Webb playing mandolin and handling vocals. Together, they provide vocal harmony akin to that high lonesome sound so beloved by bluegrass fans. The Country Gazette also will be back in Park City this year. Based in Norman, Oklahoma, Country Gazette La Ent. The Dillards was the winner of Billboard magazine's country music group of the year in 1975, and was the first group of its type to play at the Montreaux, Switzerland Jazz Festival the same year. Summerdog will be back again this year, too. What is Summerdog? It's Chip Curry, Ron Doering, Marc Rennard and Joe Ross, playing all-out and full-tilt.. full-tilt.. .a one-of-a-kind act that must be experienced to be appreciated. ap-preciated. A versatile band that has been featured in Texas, Utah California and throughout the Southwest (most recently recen-tly at the Golden Spike Old Time Fiddlers Contest in Ogden), Summerdog is equally at home with 1 f iff I .S- ' ' ' I - i r -' '" "4 - i I 4 f ' ' ";" ' i KAC gets new assista LaVelle Klobes is a former California resident who visited Park City and ended up staying longer than she expected. She's been in town about a year, and for almost three weeks now has served as administrative assistant to David Fernandez, director direc-tor of the Kimball Art Center. Cen-ter. Klobes is involved with the center's marketing coming up with new ideas for selling season tickets and bringing traditional music as with bluegrass. Their unique blend of material is rounded out by high caliber originals and a hybrid form of border-style border-style mariachi music unlike anything most people have ever heard before. Numerous other regional groups will perform all three days, including Bittercreek, a well known local group with members from Salt Lake, Ogden and Provo, and Hawgwash from Provo. The Shupe Family Fiddlers from Odgen will also be in Treasure Hollow with Ted and Jim Shupe Ted on bass and Jim on fiddle. Ted and Jim are also the promoters of this year's festival in Park City. The PeeWee Pickers are all bluegrass musicians LaVelle Klobes in new memberships, which are $15 for individuals and $25 for families. Klobes was Iowa-born, lived in Utah and attended Orem High, then moved to California, where she attended atten-ded the Los Angeles Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandise Mer-chandise in 1969. She designed ready-to-wear sportswear and home furnishings fur-nishings in California, then in 1980, she visited Park City. from the Ogden area, and they'll be pickin' all three days. The entire group is composed of members all under the age of 15, with the youngest member only nine years old. All groups, with the exception ex-ception of the Dillprds and Larry McNeely 's band, are scheduled to perform all three days, from noon until 9 p.m. Tickets will be available at all ZCMI stores and at the gate each day. General admission ad-mission is $7 per person for the whole day, with special family rates available. Discount coupons are available in The Newspaper, the Salt Lake Tribune, the Deseret News and the Park Record. if-. "I meant to stay only a while, but I really liked Park City," Klobes said. She later went to work at the gift store in the Design Coalition Building. Klobes said she is promoting a good product. "Where in another town of this size could you find something like ihe center that offers art exhibits, workshops, and so many other things?"