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Saturday, January 21, 2012

City Slang: Snippets with Wagner and Bandyke

Posted By on Sat, Jan 21, 2012 at 10:17 AM

Couple of little (but very cool) bits of news for you on this fucking freezing Saturday morning.

First of all, it was awesome to see that Dick Wagner’s e-book, Not Only Women Bleed, reached the number one spot in the “Biographies and Memoirs of Entertainers” category on Amazon this week. We still haven’t read it, but that is great news.

Meanwhile, much loved local DJ Martin Bandyke is presenting a series of music documentaries plus a live performance by Levon Helm, at the Michigan Theater in Ann Arbor to celebrate his 30th anniversary in broadcasting. Martin will do live introductions at several of the dates.

The movies to be screened are:
THE ANATOMY OF VINCE GUARALDI February 6
I AM TRYING TO BREAK YOUR HEART February 13
JOY DIVISION with A TRIP TO THE MOON February 20
8 MILE February 27
GIMME SHELTER March 5
WHO IS HARRY NILSSON (AND WHY IS EVERYBODY TALKIN' 'BOUT HIM)? March 12
DON'T LOOK BACK March 26
TOM DOWD & THE LANGUAGE OF MUSIC April 2
BLANK CITY April 16
MONTEREY POP April 23
JAZZ ON A SUMMER'S DAY April 30

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