|Jackson Five Comes To Town
|Kaleidoscope Advertisers (included WMAK-AM Radio), below
|The 1300/WMAK All-Americans Present Grand Funk Railroad in Concert
|1970: Those remarkable "5" are coming to town! Yes, on December 29,
The Jackson Five will give a performance at the
Municipal Auditorium at 8:00 pm.
This group of 5 brothers had thier first record "I Want You Back" reach the three
million mark. Their second song "ABC" was a gold record in nine days. Their latest hit
"I'll Be There" has been in the top 10 for several weeks and is no doubt gold record
bound. Not only are they hot so far as records are concerned they are also going strong
on TV. So far they have appeared on Ed Sullivan,
Andy Williams and the Hollywood Palace TV shows.
By name and age the Jackson Five are Michael 9,
Marlon 11, Jermaine 14, Tito 15 and Jackie 18.
If you're looking for an exciting and swinging way to spend an
evening just dig The Jackson Five, December 29, 1970. Tickets are now
on sale at the Municipal Auditorium box office for $4.00 and $6.00.
Second Trip To Nashville
Grand Funk Railroad is being brought to
Nashville's Municipal Auditorium, Sunday,
December 13, 1970 at 8:00pm,
by WMAK and Sound Seventy Productions.
The show will be emceed by the
Grand Funk Railroad first appeared in
Nashville at the Second Annual WMAK
Nashville Music Festival, held at
Centennial Park in August
of 1969. Since that time their
career has skyrocketed.
They have had four gold albums, thus far,
the latest being "Grand Funk Live"
which was recorded in Atlanta Georgia
in July of 1969. The group
records for Capital Records.
Tickets are now on sale at the
Municipal Auditorium box office
for $4.00, $5.00 and $6.00.
|December 1970 KALEIDOSCOPE Nashville Tennessee
|I was a writer for the Kaleidoscope Newspaper in the early
1970's, covering music and concert events. Unfortunately, most
of my issues of the Kaleidoscope were lost over the years.
The Kaleidoscope was a Junior Achievement, Nashville
music newspaper that was distributed to high schools
throughout Nashville, and passed out free to students.
In high school, I also worked as a stringer reporter for the
popular radio station 1510 WLAC-AM.
Pat Adams Email: email@example.com
|High School Picture
|My 1st check as a reporter for WLAC Radio
|My first experience in reporting Nashville Area Concerts and other local events in the 1970's
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Michael Jackson died on June 25th.
Michael came to Nashville at least
three times with the Jackson 5