Get out Sunday

St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO), September 14, 1997 | Go to article overview

Get out Sunday


Get Aboard

The O'Jays, the '70s soul group that topped the charts with hits like "Love Train" and "Use Ta Be My Girl," is back with a new album, "Love You to Tears," and a new tour that stops at the Ambassador, 114 Northland Shopping Center, for two shows Sunday night, at 7:30 and 10. During the performances, Eddie Levert (left in photo), Walter Williams (right) and Eric Grant will sample highlights of the group's 18-year, 20-album career (Levert and Williams are O'Jays originals). Tickets are $35. For more information, call 389-6767.

The Big Booms Theory Comedian Chuck Booms is sometimes called the "Kamikaze comic" because his act is a bit on the wild side. He follows in the tradition of the great insulters, such as Don Rickles and Joan Rivers, piling a series of verbal assaults on his audiences - who just love it. Catch his darts at 8 Sunday night at the Funny Bone in West Port Plaza. Tickets are $7-$9. Call 469-6692 for information. Basic Training The Greater St. Louis Metro Area Train Show offers kids and their parents a chance to catch miniature trains as they puff around large model layouts from noon-5 p.m. Sunday at the Belle-Clair Fairgrounds in Belleville. The show also provides space for serious collectors to buy and swap their toys. The fairgrounds are at Illinois Routes 13 and 159. Call (618) 235-0666 for more info. Planning Ahead Head East The sights and sounds of Eastern culture continue at the Indian Arts Festival at the St. Louis Art Museum auditorium. At 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, celist Nancy Lesh shows off the drupad style of Indian classical music that she has studied for more than 10 years. She'll be accompanied by Phil Hollenbeck, on the pakhawaj drum. Admission is free. The festival continues Saturday, Sept. 27, with a concert of classical sitar by Partha Chatterjee, sarod player Rajeev Taranth and tabla (drum) music by Monir Hussain. General admission tickets for this program are $14, $7 for students. For information, call 534-1111. Something to Crow About Former kellison Elementary School teacher Sheryl Crow - Now one of the world's biggest rock 'n' roll stars - returns to the local scene for a concert at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Fox Theatre. Performing with the multiple Grammy winner will be regional favorites Wilco, a band that emerged from the disbanded group Uncle Tupelo, and singer/guitarist Michael Penn. …

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