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The Daily Tar Heel Tuesday, April 25, 19895
By RANDY BASINGER
Critically acclaimed recording
artists New Grass Revival will be
performing at the ArtsCenter in
Carrboro at 8:30 tonight. '
'. What is "new grass" music, you
ask? 'Newgrass' is contemporary
music played with bluegrass-style
instruments," said Sam Bush, who is
regarded as one of the world's
foremost mandolin players and and
is mandolinist fiddler for the group.
With traditional bluegrass instru
ments, the quartet consistently
crosses almost every musical boun
dary: rock or jazz, country or reggae,
blues or gospel.
Their debut album on the Capitol
EMI America label, New Grass
Revival, recorded in 1986, included
:the instrumental "Seven by Seven,"
which earned a Grammy nomination.
Hold To A Dream, the group's
second album with Capitol EMI,
earned praise from Phil Hood of
Frets Magazine, who said, "If there
is a tighter foursome than this in
Nashville, I haven't heard them."
The group is composed of Bush,
guitarist Pat Flynn (also winner of
the Frets Magazine award for the
Guitar Jazz Pop Flatpicking div
ision), banjo impresario Bela Fleck
(also an inductee into the Frets
Magazine "Gallery Of The Greats"
following five consecutive wins in the
banjo category) and bassist and lead
vocalist John Cowan.
The group has recently finished
recording its third album for Capitol
Records Nashville entitled Friday
Night In America, slated for a May
release. The foursome also appears
on the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band's
The band was featured in last year's
HBO special series "Tanner '88,"
written by Garry Trudeau of
"Doonesbury" fame and produced by
Robert Altman. of "MASH."
They have appeared on "The Lone
some Pine Specials," a television
series featuring the best in new
acoustic music; and "Peabody Alley
Alive," an upcoming hour-long
Nashville Network special recently
taped at the famous Peabody Hotel
in Memphis, Tenn.
New Grass Review released its first
album in 1972, but the current band
members have been together since
1981. In 1985, its first album with the
current band members, On The
Boulevard became its best seller to
date and was voted Acoustic Album
of the Year in the Frets Magazine
"I think that when people hear our
music, they like it," said Bela Fleck.
: "And if more people get a chance to
hear our music, especially if they can
see us perform, they're going to like
Tickets are $12.50 for the public
and' $10 for Friends of the ArtsCen
ter. They can be purchased at the
ArtsCenter box office. Visa and
MasterCard orders are accepted by
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Softball takes home finale, 2-0
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By NEIL AMATO
UNC softball coach Donna Papa
netted at the start of the 1989 season
that one of her team's goals was to
score early and then worry about
holding a lead. While the Tar Heels
didn't exactly adhere to that motto,
they got a pair of runs when they
needed them to defeat UNC
Wilmington, 2-0, Monday at Finley
Michelle Rupp's single with one
out in the bottom of the sixth pushed
Theresa Buscemi across the plate with
what proved to be the winning run
on Senior Day.
... The home finale victory, which was
secured by Regina Finn's shutout
performance on the mound, upped
UNC's record to 33-17. The Tar Heels
will conclude their season with the
other portion of the home-and-home
series today when they travel to
Wilmington to take on the Seahawks
in a doubleheader.
Although her team didn't play as
well as it was capable of, Papa was
pleased that her fourth-year players
could go out in style.
"I was just happy for the seniors,
because it was a big win for them,"
Papa said. "Regina (Finn) pitched
probably one of the best game she's
pitched all year. We played very good
defense and we waited to score our
The Tar Heels certainly played well
in the field. The senior left-side duo
of seniors Tracey Beine and Gina
Elmore recorded 11 putouts, with
many coming at crucial points in the
With one out in the top of the first
and two Seahawks on base, Finn got
UNC-W pitcher Rita Scott to pop
up to the shortstop Elmore. UNC
avoided any further trouble when
Karen Rogers grounded to Wilming
ton native and third-sacker Beine.
The Tar Heels took advantage of
their best scoring opportunity in the
sixth. After Buscemi ripped a single
to right and was bunted to second
by Vicki Parrott, the dangerous
Tracey Narwid stepped to the plate.
The junior center fielder from Pomp
ton Plains, N.J., hit what looked like
a routine grounder to shortstop. After
holding Buscemi at second, Debi
Rowe fired high allowing Buscemi to
race to third and Narwid to second.
That allowed Rupp, a freshman from
Herndon, Va., to slap her game
The Seahawks' best chance to get
on the board came in the fourth. After
a fly out, Scott lined a single to center
and was sacrificed to second by
Rogers. Rowe then singled to left as
Scott prepared to hold at third. After
Tar Heel left fielder Jenny Reed
bobbled the ball, Scott decided to go
home. She obviously didn't know the
strength and accuracy of Reed's arm,
as the junior from Burnsville gunned
her down at the plate.
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LOOKING FOR CARE ATTENDANT
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LEGAL ASSISTANT POSITION with
litigation section of Poyner and
Spruill Law Firm in Raleigh. Candi
dates must be about to receive B.A.
Excellent salary and benefits. Send
resume and transcript to David Drei
fus, P.O. Box 10096, Raleigh, NC
LEGAL ASSISTANT: Typing, filing,
reception, bookkeeping and legal re
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Perfect for May graduate who wants
to stop out one year before law
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CARE paralegal needed with
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and organizational skills.
Experience preferred. Excel
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Send resume to Mrs. Pat Gay,
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in the Pit until 1 p.m.,
with guest speakers
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out at Umstead Park.
Next year's events will
7 p.m. S Indent Homeless
will have an organiza
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students, faculty and
are encouraged to
Chimera will have an
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All members should
Cellar Door, UNC's
and visual arts maga
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Union. Publicity man
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treasurer are needed.
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general meeting in 208
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UNC Bowling Clnb
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session in 213 Union in
and advanced bowlers,
with opportunities to
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UNC Men's and
Women's Crew will
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