Fondation du Centre Pluridisciplinaire d’Oncologie CHUV BH 06 - Rue du Bugnon 46 - 1011 Lausanne ZOOM SAKK 65/08 Indication Advanced hematologic malignancies (multiple myeloma, acute myeloid leukemia, acute lymphoblastic leukemia, malignant lymphoma) Phase I trial of nelfinavir and bortezomib in advanced hematologic malignancies Protocol ID SAKK 65/08 SAKK (
Folk notes rev3.pdfF O L K C L U B O F S O U T H F L O R I D A FOLK NOTES Visit us at http://members.aol.com/souflafolk for music links and upcoming events January, 2003 ______________________________________________________________________________ ACOUSTIC UNDERGROUND
FOLK FRIDAY PRESENTS
CONCERT SERIES PRESENTS:
Stars of the 12th South Florida Folk Festival
Friday January 17th, 8:00pm, entrance free
Nick Annis & Elizabeth Crisfield
The Therapy Sisters
Saturday January 4th, 8:00pm
One of the nicest by-products of the burgeoning South Michael Stock called them “those funny gals from Texas”. These gals are hot, current and funny and Florida folk music scene is the synergistic union of many upcoming local performers. Elizabeth Crisfeld has have been featured on NPR. Based in Austin, this recently teamed up with an equally talented musical literate and creative duo are at the top of their game and on top of the national scene. Maurine McLean writes music influenced by comic opera, Latin pop music and TV themes songs of the 60’s. Lisa Rogers was weaned on church music, cut her teeth on folk, took her first steps to bluegrass, and found self- realization in the world of novelty tunes. Lisa’s melodic guitar and Maurine’s fretless bass go together Dave Nachmanoff
the way for him. Nick is homegrown and close to our pulse. Pixyish Elizabeth Crisfeld has such boundless his direction and career. On stage at age 9, with an (Philosophy), he quickly returned to the stage and song writing. As a performer, he his full of energy, personality and fun. His shows are “family friendly” and appeal to all audiences. With a huge repertoire of original songs he covers a broad range of topics and musical genres. “Heartfelt, inspired songwriting… with a delivery both biting and assured.” – Paul Zollo, Sing fiddle and we now hear herregularly at contra dances in The 12th Annual South Florida Folk Festival, is
January 18 & 19 www.southforidafolkfest.com to immediately pick up any music she hears, Elizabeth Folk Friday is the third Friday of November.
frequently jams with some of our finest performers.
Sponsored by the City of North Miami, Florida. Free Her eyes smile, her feet step and her love for the music Admission at the Museum of Contemporary Art, 770 infects everyone lucky enough to hear her.
NE 125th Street, North Miami, FL 305-893-6211.
Luna Star Café, 775 NE 125th Street, N. Miami, FL
Produced by the Folk Club Of South Florida.
Please stop by the Luna Star Café, 775 NE 125th St.
Requested Contribution: $7.00 ($6.00 Members) after the concert for a snack and more fine music.
_____________________________________________________________________________ OPEN HOUSE & SONG SWAP
have separate reputations and musical histories, buttogether they are purely music. Steve is best known Open House, Song Swap at Darlene Johnson's house, as a songwriter for numerous major artists such as Sunday January 12, 2003 from 5-8 p.m. Call Darlene John Denver, Garth Brooks, Linda Ronstadt among for her address in Coconut Grove, 305-445-1128. Come others. As a skilled guitarist Steve has been compared along with a song in your heart and a dish to share. As always, listeners are welcome. Don’t hesitate to call if UPCOMING EVENTS
CONCERTS AT THE LUNA STAR CAFÉ
Nick Annis & Elizabeth Crisfield
Saturday January 4th, 8:00pm, see the first page.
777 N.W, 125 Court, North Miami, FL. 305-892-8522 MAIN STREET CAFÉ CONCERT SERIES
to Doc Watson. Cindy is renowned for her compelling 128 N. Krome Avenue, Homestead (305)245-7575 Web voice and her trio recordings with Priscilla Herdman site: http://www.mainstreetcafe.net. Main Street and Anne Hills, as well as her solo albums. Cindy Café's 'Up-Close and Personal' Concert Series for
compliments Steve’s guitar and fiddle, with guitar, Songwriters in the Round
For information about upcoming events contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call Judy or Allan at 305-661- Mad Agnes
THE KAUFMAN'S AND BUKSTEL HOUSE
David Stocker and One Drum
sings "Bluer Than Blue", "Give Bob Malone
Directions: From the Florida Turnpike, exit Campbell Drive, (exit #2) also known as SW 312 Street. Turn Left onto N. Krome Avenue. FLSR 997. Please call Laurie Oudin at 305-245-7575 to make your His name is Michael Johnson.
He has no plans to put on a cowboy hat, affect an THE KAUFMAN'S HOUSE CONCERTS
accent, wear one glove or be anyone but himself.
Steve Gillette and Cindy Mangsen
Moreover, he is "The" Michael Johnson, and he has performed and lived more music and recorded more January 25, 2003
hits than you would imagine. When asked what he This Husband and Wife team of singers / songwriters / would have you know about himself, Michael says: musicians will be playing once again in South Florida "Tell them that I love it." He started playing at age after a long absence. Steve Gillette and Cindy Mangsen thirteen and just never quit. Singing, playing, writing _____________________________________________________________________________ and recording are the only things he's ever done and John Emil will open for
he loves it. "Tell them I play guitar." He really plays guitar. He studied in Barcelona and he plays on all his records with a unique and distinctive style. His playing is an important part of his show. "I am a soloist at heart." Michael often performs alone, and he has elevated the art. He prefers the intimacy and spontaneity of a show that can change with the moment. What one remembers of Michael is the texture of his voice, the meaning of the lyric and the music of the guitar - singer, song and sound. And the feeling of being at home with a friend.
dazzling hints of RobertJohnson to Wes Montgomery.
Please join us for an exciting night of music and fun We thank you all so much for your support and look Suggested donation for the concert is $15 at the door, forward to hearing from you. . $15 donation per reservation. Make out check and mail to: Ellen Bukstel, 14640 Mustang Trail, Southwest Ranches, FL 33330.
Bob Malone Friday, January 31st, 8:00 pm
BY RESERVATION ONLY!. SEATING IS LIMITED.
To be held at. Temple Beth Or, 11715 Southwest 87 Avenue, Miami, FL. If you need directions.please call Brian (the breadman) Wolfsohn will be handing out his famous Honey bread: delicious desserts WILL BE SOLD BARKER HOUSE CONCERTS, N. Miami
John, Billy Joel, Professor Longhair and Randy 305-644-9111 / 305-972-5685
Newman all rolled into one. His extraordinary charisma and outstanding musicianship, likened in Dave Nachmanoff
review to "the fervor of a man on fire", are as bold and winning as the humor and depth of his 'tell-it-like- Dave grew up surrounded by the active folk scene of it-is' songwriting, delivered in a raspy voice Northern Virginia and Washington D.C. during the 1960s and 70s, where he was exposed to a variety of Backyard Blues Magazine describes him as "a musical traditions and was inspired by performers like raconteur of the human condition", with a dry wit and Pete Seeger and Arlo Guthrie. At age 9, Dave wrote his lyrical honesty often compared to John Hiatt or Bob first song — the same year he met the legendary Libba Cotton ("Freight Train") and was invited to accompany her on stage. Throughout the 1970s and 80s, he A consummate pianist and showman, Bob Malone continued to write and perform, both solo and with spans the musical spectrum from full tilt boogie and several bands the D.C. area, London, and New York hard driven funk to the seamless melodies of great City. He studied music and philosophy at Columbia and ballads that linger like classic standards.
Oxford universities, earned a Ph.D. in Philosophy from Suggested donation for the concert is $15 at the door, the University of California, Davis 1997), and promptly retired from academia to dedicate himself to music.
Having paid his dues playing at bars, restaurants and For Barker House Concert reservations call Maria
coffeehouses, Dave has built up an active mailing list of Barker at 305-644-9111, 305-972-5685 or email
over 4,000 fans throughout the country and is now performing as an opening and featured act at some of Please see our web site at: www.floridamusic.org for the better-known listening rooms, performing arts _____________________________________________________________________________ CALENDAR OF ONGOING EVENTS
South Florida Folk Festival
In addition to the events listed in Folk Notes, you will find entertainment at the following regular events.
Send information/corrections for the Calendar of The South Florida Folk Festival will be held on Jan 18th Events to Linda Singer at 305-667-4386 or email her & 19th in Easterlin Park in Fort Lauderdale (Oakland Park). The directors of the Festival have already Thursday, January 2nd
published the list of artists appearing: local artists Live Music at Main Street Café (See Concerts List for details) include: Amy Carol Webb, The Ashley Gang, Carla Open mike at The Pelican's Nest, 10442 SW 86th Street, Miami, Ulbrich, Crush Velvet, Gary & Ellen Bukstel, Glenn 305-254-0108,on Thursdays from 8:00 pm to 12:00 pm run byLenny Batista.
Rubel, Grant Livingston, Marie Nofsinger, Nick Annis, Acoustic Jam Session led by Jomo, master Mbira-player. Backstage, Rod MacDonald, and Val C. Wisecracker & The 12201 NW 7th Avenue, North Miami, Phone Art. 305-688-5106.
Walking Catfish. Tickets can be purchased at Friday, January 3rd
www.browardfolkclub.com right now. Brochures are in Open Mike at Main Street Café, 128 N. Krome Avneue, Homestead.
The Luna Star Café. Nicholas the Storyteller. Open Mike after the mail. It's coming & it won't be long. "It's that time of year", Amy Carol Webb. Plan on making it this year.
Saturday, January 4th
Main Street Café - sing a long with the Pathfinders Phone Laurie at: 305-245-7575
Sunday, January 5th
Bluegrass Under the Trees, Ives Optmist Club- $3;00 1511 NE 207
St. N. Miami Beach-Lenny 954-741 5997.
Monday, January 6th
Rod's appearances during January will be as follows: Open mike at The Taurus Grill, 3540 Main Highway, Coconut Groveon Mondays from 7:30 pm to 11pm run by John Brown Tuesday, January 7th
1st Tuesday of the Month- Music Industry Networking Night 7:00pm
3/29/2003 Lake Worth Festival-Downtown Lake to 9:00pm, One Night Stan’s, 2333 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood, Fl. Tel.: 954-929-1566.
Open Mike 7:00-10:00pm, The Chat Room Café, 1862 N. Young 5/18/2003 7:00 PM The Barnacle State Historic Circle, Hollywood, Fl. 954-920-9299.
Thursday, January 9th
Live Music at Main Street Café (See Concerts List for details)
Open mike at The Pelican's Nest, 10442 SW 86th Street, Miami,
305-254-0108,on Thursdays from 8:00 pm to 12:00 pm run byLenny Batista.
David LaFleur's tres cool gigs for January: Acoustic Jam Session led by Jomo, master Mbira-player. Backstage,12201 NW 7th Avenue, North Miami, Phone Art. 305-688-5106.
1/9/03, Thurs., The Pines, US 1 in Suniland Shopping Friday, January 10th
Broward Folk Club at the Chocolate Moose, 9118 S.R. 84 (I-595 &Pine Island Road) Davie. (954-474-5040) Open Mike, 7:30 pm, 1/11/03, Sat., Wallflower Gallery, NE 10th St. Miami, Open Mike at Main Street Café, 128 N. Krome Avneue, Homestead.
The Luna Star Café. Nicholas the Storyteller. Open Mike after 1/18/03, Sat., Starbucks University of Miami, US 1 Saturday, January 11th
Open Mike with Mojo Hand Willy and Carrie Lynn at the Luna Star
Café, 775 NE 125 Street, North Miami 305-892-8522.
1/24/03, Fri., Starbucks Drive-Thru, US 1 and 147 St., Main Street Café - sing a long with the Pathfinders Phone Laurie at: 305-245-7575
Monday, January 13th
Open mike at The Taurus Grill, 3540 Main Highway, Coconut Groveon Mondays from 7:30 pm to 11pm run by John Brown Of 'Deepwater' tellin Ya about a great show coming up! Tuesday, January 14th
Open Mike 7:00-10:00pm, The Chat Room Café, 1862 N. Young
He will be at the MAIN STREET CAFE on Jan. 2nd, Circle, Hollywood, Fl. 954-920-9299.
2003, from 8pm to 10pm, with Keith Hope, who has Thursday, January 16th
gritty & touching originals, and Lauren Echo, who is Songwriters Showcase- 7:30 pm. Open Mike, 9:00p.m. Featured quite a dynamic acoustic guitar player & a beautiful Songwriters, Cancun Mexican Grill, 1828 Harrison St., Hollywood.
Live Music at Main Street Café (See Concerts List for details) _____________________________________________________________________________ Open mike at The Pelican's Nest, 10442 SW 86th Street, Miami, 305- MICHAEL STOCK
254-0108,on Thursdays from 8:00 pm to 12:00 pm run by LennyBatista.
on Folk and Acoustic Music
Acoustic Jam Session led by Jomo, master Mbira-player. Backstage,12201 NW 7th Avenue, North Miami, Phone Art. 305-688-5106.
Friday, January 17th
Open Mike at Main Street Café, 128 N. Krome Avneue, Homestead.
The Luna Star Café. Nicholas the Storyteller. Open Mike after Nicholas (10:00pm.)
Saturday, January 18th
Contra Dance at the American Czech-Slovak Cultural Club 13325 Arch Creek Road, North Miami. No partner is needed. Instruction at 7:30 p.m., dance starts at 8:00 pm. $5.00 donation, bring a snack to share: http://www.fiddlers-grove.com/everglad.html or contact Guy954-524-8990 or Warren 561-395-7338.
Open Mike with Mojo Hand Willy and Carrie Lynn at the Luna Star Café, 775 NE 125 Street, North Miami 305-892-8522.
Main Street Café - sing a long with the PathfindersPhone Laurie at: 305-245-7575 I am looking forward to the start of this New Year.
Sunday, January 19th
2003 is going to be great. I am very excited about the Broward Folk Club Sing-Out in the Park, Secret Woods nature Center,2701 State Road 84, Fort Lauderdale artists that I will be featuring / interviewing this month. On January 5, I will be featuring and Monday, January 20th
interviewing the Songwriter Finalists for the South Open mike at The Taurus Grill, 3540 Main Highway, Coconut Grove Florida Folk Festival that will take place on January 18 on Mondays from 7:30 pm to 11pm run by John Brown
Tuesday, January 21st
and 19. Dave Cambest from the Folk festival will be Open Mike 7:00-10:00pm, The Chat Room Café, 1862 N. Young with me on the show helping with the interviews.
Circle, Hollywood, Fl. 954-920-9299.
Also on January 5, I am will feature Ms. Perry Smilw.
Thursday, January 23rd
Perry is from Brooklyn and she is a very famous Live Music at Main Street Café (See Concerts List for details)Open mike at The Pelican's Nest, 10442 SW 86th Street, Miami, 305- Jewish folk singer. Perry is the originator of the 254-0108,on Thursdays from 8:00 pm to 12:00 pm run by Lenny "Freedom Music Project" which features a chorus of Jewish and Black singers who sing among other Acoustic Jam Session led by Jomo, master Mbira-player. Backstage, things about bridging the gap between the Jewish and 12201 NW 7th Avenue, North Miami, Phone Art. 305-688-5106.
Friday, January 24th
Open Mike at Main Street Café, 128 N. Krome Avneue, Homestead.
January 13, I will feature Jerry Gray. Jerry Gray is a The Luna Star Café. Nicholas the Storyteller. Open Mike afterNicholas (10:00pm.) famous banjo player in Canada. He is currently in Saturday, January 25th
Florida teaching a course on Folk Music and Protest at Main Street Café - sing a long with the Pathfinders Florida Atlantic University. Jerry founded a Canadian group in the early 50s called the Travelers. The Open Mike with Mojo Hand Willy and Carrie Lynn at the Luna StarCafé, 775 NE 125 Street, North Miami 305-892-8522.
Travelers played music that was banned in this Sunday, January 26th
country. The Travelers started as a protest band; they Broward Folk Club Open House (Free). Song Swap, jam, covered dish played the music of the Weavers also. On January 19, party. Contact Janis Rubel 561-487-0253 or email@example.com I will be playing the pre-recorded National Blue Grass Monday, January 27th
Open mike at The Taurus Grill, 3540 Main Highway, Coconut Grove
Awards that took place in November. This awards on Mondays from 7:30 pm to 11pm run by John Brown Tuesday, January 28th
Open Mike 7:00-10:00pm, The Chat Room Café, 1862 N. Young
I recently received a really nice CD from Enoch Kent: I Circle, Hollywood, Fl. 954-920-9299.
am a Working Chap. Enoch is a Scottish acapella Thursday, January 30th
singer with a thick brogue, his songs are poignant and Live Music at Main Street Café (See Concerts List for details)Open mike at The Pelican's Nest, 10442 SW 86th Street, Miami, 305- 254-0108,on Thursdays from 8:00 pm to 12:00 pm run by LennyBatista.
Acoustic Jam Session led by Jomo, master Mbira-player. Backstage, Due to space limitations in this edition of
12201 NW 7th Avenue, North Miami, Phone Art. 305-688-5106.
Friday, January 31st
FOLK NOTES, our CD REVIEW and
Open Mike at Main Street Café, 128 N. Krome Avneue, Homestead.
ARTIST OF THE MONTH columns will be
The Luna Star Café. Nicholas the Storyteller. Open Mike afterNicholas (10:00pm.) held over until the February edition.
_____________________________________________________________________________ THE FOLK CLUB OF SOUTH FLORIDA, INC.
2003 OFFICIAL BALLOT FOR ELECTION OF OFFICERS AND BOARD
The nominating committee's recommendations are listed below. There is space on the board forall nominees and write-ins who receive a majority of the votes cast. If you have a write-in vote,list it in the space provided. Individual members have one vote. Family memberships have onevote per adult. You must be a paid-up member of the club for your vote to be counted. If youhave a write-in for Member-at-Large please use the space provided.
SUBMISSION OF BALLOTS:
Remove this page from the FOLK NOTES Newsletter and complete the empty boxes by approving
the nominee's, or by submitting the name(s) of your nominee(s). You may bring your ballot tothe annual meeting and party on February 10th, 2003, or deliver it to Linda Singer, Secretary, 5249 SW 71 Place, Miami, FL 33155-5607.
_____________________________________________________________________________ FOLK CLUB OF SOUTH FLORIDA ANNUAL MEETING AND PARTY
Sunday, February 9, 2003, For Members Only
4:00 PM TO 5:00 PM
We will elect our officers and board of directors.
Members are encouraged to offer ideas & suggestions to enhance our club. ANNUAL DINNER AND PARTY
5:00 PM TO 9:00 PM
Dinner, music and fellowship will follow the annual meeting. Bring your musical instruments.
Bring a new member. A piano will be available. Get to know your fellow Folk Club members.
The party will be held in a private home near Sunset Drive & SW 97th Ave. Please RSVP to 305- 595-1901 as soon as possible so that we will know how many people to provide seating and food for and so you can get the address and directions.
You may renew your membership (or join) in advance or at the Annual Meeting.
FOLK CLUB OF SOUTH FLORIDA MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION /
RENEWAL FORM FOR YEAR ENDING JANUARY 31, 2004
The Folk Club of South Florida is a non-profit organization (501-C) and member of The North American Folk Music and Dance Alliance. We proudly support Friends of Florida Folk and radio _____ INDIVIDUAL $15.00 ______ FAMILY $20.00 MEMBERSHIP
_____ SUPPORTING $35.00 ______ SPONSOR $125.00
_____ SUSTAINING $75.00
Make check payable to The Folk Club of South Florida, Inc.
Street: _________________________________________Apt.: ______ City: ______________________________State: ______ Zip: ____________ Home: ________________ Work:_________________ IF WILLING TO VOLUNTEER, PLEASE STATE HOW YOU
WISH TO ASSIST, AND SPECIFY ANY AREAS OF
5249 SW 71 PlaceMiami, FL 33155-5607 For office use: Date Received:_________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ FOLK CLUB OF SOUTH FLORIDA
Is a non-profit organization (501-C) and member of The North American Folk Music and Dance Alliance. We
proudly support Friends of Florida Folk and the radio station WLRN in Miami, Florida.
David Skinner: President: 305-667-4386; firstname.lastname@example.org Barry White: Vice-President/Treasurer: 305-251-1960; email@example.com Linda Singer: Secretary: 305-667-4386; firstname.lastname@example.org Board Members: Charles Rathburn: 305-238-3365; CratMiami@aol.com Betty Friedrichsen: 305-595-1901; email@example.com Grant Livingston: 305-444-1230; firstname.lastname@example.org Maria Barker: 305-981-3760; email@example.com Newsletter Editors: John and Maria Barker: 305-644-9111 or firstname.lastname@example.org WEBSITE LINKS- The FCSF Website is maintained by Webmaster: George Blackwell.
Folk Club of South Florida: http://members.aol.com/souflafolk South Florida Folk Festival: www.southfloridafolkfest.com
Broward Folk Club: www.browardfolkclub.com Michael Stock Folk & Acoustic Show: MSTOCK@WLRN.ORG
Singer’s House Concert Series: www.singerfolkmusic.com Local Folk Music Resources: www.cusfolks.com
North American Folk Music and Dance Alliance: www.folk.org Barker House Concert Series: www.floridamusic.org
------------------------------------------- First Class Mail
- ACOUSTIC UNDERGROUND AT LUNA STAR CAFE, SATURDAY JANUARY 4th
- FOLK FRIDAY AT NORTH MIAMI, JANUARY 17th
- FOLK AND ACOUSTIC MUSIC WITH MICHAEL STOCK, SUNDAYS 1:00 - 4:00 PM, WLRN 91.3 MHz
SAFETY DATA SHEET according to EC directive 2001/58/EC KLERAT Version 5 1. IDENTIFICATION OF THE SUBSTANCE/PREPARATION AND OF THE COMPANY/UNDERTAKING PRODUCT INFORMATION Product name Design Code Dangerous for the environment Telephone Emergency telephone number 2. COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS Hazardous components For the