The Charlatans were an influential psychedelic rock band that played a pivotal role in the development of the San Francisco music scene in the 1960s and are often cited as being the first group to play in the style that became known as the San Francisco Sound.--wikipedia.org
Consists of a Friends of the Alexander M. Bracken Library program featuring journalist Betty Harris, who reported on the national, regional, and local music scenes in the late 1960s and the early 1970s in a newspaper column for the Muncie Evening Press. Describes Harris' experiences interviewing musicians such as the Beatles, the Who, and Jimi Hendrix. Also discusses her experiences running The Cave, a teen center in Muncie, in the late 1960s
Marzorini speaks of how he knew O'Keefe from 4 years old when he started school at the Christian Brothers Waverley College in 1939 until he graduated in 1951, how the relationship continued until his death in 1978, delivered the panegyric at his funeral in Oct. 1978 which he recites for this interview, how he taught him Economics for the Leaving Certificate, recalls memories and anecdotes about his childhood and teenage years giving insight into his personality weaknesses and strengths as well as his love of music, discusses the Irish-Australian characteristics of O'Keefe, his view of the influence of O'Keefe's parents, his perception of O'Keefe's religious and political viewpoints, his impressions of the TV documentary "Shout.".
Presented by: Adelaide Festival Centre; Kinselas [Productions?]; SAFM; starring the Fabulous Singlettes; Naomi Eyers; Karen Johns; Lisa Shipley; with The Boyfriends; director: Graeme Blundell; musical director: Wayne Findlay
Poster for the Australian Janis Joplin tribute show, "Full tilt Janis", held at the Marion Cultural Centre (MCC), Friday 15 April . Features an image of performer Melissa Jubb in action as Janis Joplin. Includes ticketing information, the MCC's website and email addresses, and the City of Marion's social media details