Omaha Rainbow Magazine No 15 December 1977 Gene Clark T Jack Steele Townes Van Zandt

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Omaha Rainbow Magazine No 15 December 1977 Gene Clark T Jack Steele Townes Van Zandt

Omaha Rainbow No 15 

2... O'BSESSIONS WITH JOHN STEWART. Special thanks to
Paul Lowe, Paul Toms, Helen Walters in the RSO Press
Office, London, and Sari Becker in the RSO Press
Office, New York.

3...ROXY GORDON, Townes Van Zandt Might Be arriving.
Reprinted, with permission, from Picking Up The Tempo
Number 20, April 1977.

4...TOWNES VAN ZANDT, interviewed in Franklin,
Tennessee, by Richard Wootton on Saturday 20 august
1977, and at The Starwood Club, Hollywood, California,
by Scott Giles on Monday 8 August 1977. Additional
material from Bob Claypool (The Houston Post/Wednesday
1 June 1977) and Joel McNally (The Milwaukee Journal/
Sunday 1 May 1977).

6...JACK STEELE, Getting Down In The Rockies.
Reprinted, with permission, from Picking Up The Tempo
Number 15, May 1976.

7...TOWNES VAN ZANDT (Continued).

10...GUY CLARK, interviewed at the office of Travis
Rivers in Nashville, Tennessee, by Richard Wootton on
Monday 22 August 1977. Special thanks to John Lomax.
12...STEVEN FROMHOLZ, ‘Late Nite Neon Shadows' Told to
Richard Wootton at Manor Downs, near Austin, Texas, on
Sunday 28 August 1977.

13...STEVE YOUNG, interviewed at RCA, Nashville,
Tennessee, by Richard Wootton on Tuesday 23 August
1977.

17... ROSSLYN MOUNTAIN BOYS, interviewed at the
Birchmere Club, Arlington, Virginia, by Richard
Wootton on Wednesday 17 August 1977.

19...GENE CLARK, interviewed en route from London to
Manchester by Barry Ballard on Monday 2 May 1977, and
in London by Monty Smith on Sunday 1 May 1977.

with this issue, OMAHA RAINBOW celebrates its fourth
birthday. Happily, it's still fun, so you can expect
plenty more. Richard Wootton has done us proud this
time, and there are plenty more of his interviews to
come - the result of a six week trek across America.
I'm already looking forward to working on OR16, due
out in March 1978. For their help over the past four
years, particular thanks go to Pete Frame, John Tobler
Tom Sheehan and Barry Ballard, not forgetting John
Stewart, whose music inspired that first issue, and
will continue to inspire the rest.

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