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works since East Park 3 Theatre first
opened, he said.
“We always knew this would be a
prime location, but we had restric
tions on the space, size of screens,
and number of theaters we could
build at one time.”
However, times change.
“It is our most popular theater,
and the people have said they wanted
better sound, better seats and bigger
screens,” Kinney said.
The Douglas Theatre Company
wants to undertake a number of pro
jects, but not all at once, he said.
With these renovations, Douglas
Theatre Company is hopeful the pub
lic will be pleased with the new the
“It should be a much more comfy,
and hopefully, desirable experience,”
‘Cool for August’ takes crowd
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■ With its dynamic
sound, ‘Cool for August’
brings credibility to its
musicians and writers.
By Chris Thomas \
Playing with passion and intensi
ty, Cool for August overwhelmed the
Ranch Bowl crowd in Omaha
Monday with their own brand of
rock. The incredible stage of the band
augments its credibility as both writ
ers and musicians.
Cool For August has a dynamic
sound that leaves impressions and
afterimages unavailable through con
ventional pop music. Gordon
Vaughn’s strong, yet writhing vocals
overtone drummer Shane Hills’ tight,
pounding rhythm section and gui
tarist Trevor Kjustiak’s power chords
with feelings of pain and pleasure,
hope and regret.
Their first single “Don’t Wanna
Be Here,” with its strong alternative
roots and gradual progressions, lent
itself perfectly to radio. The ascend
ing guitar soars to a plane on par with
Vaughn’s voice, coupling the two
with light, yet firm, bass lines via
Andrew Shives. Fervent renditions of
“Wheels” and “Hey You” are sure to
become staples to the band’s shows.
The next single, “Trials,” showcases
its patented style in a new and excit-_
ing different light.
One ot CPAs best and most gen
uine songs, called “Spinning,” isn’t
even listed on the compact disc, but
is a hidden track. Its pensive and
thought-provoking nature sums up
the band and its diversity.
The band came together in L.A.
during the summer of 1993, when
Vaughn joined forces with Canadians
Kustiak and Hill, just recently relo
cated in Southern California.
Andrew Shives completed the cre
ative mix, and the band moored in
Atlanta in 1996 to begin recording an
Currently on tour in support of
their 4-month-old debut album,
“Grand World,” Cool For August has
been playing numerous radio shows,
bars and music halls. The path of the
October leg leads them to Europe and
eventually back to the United States
later this year.
The all-encompassing sound of
Cool For August, combined with an
undeniable zeal for making the best
music possible, gives this band noth
ing but good prospects any month of
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COOL FOR AUGUST, (from left) Shane Hills, Gordon Vaughn, Andrew Shives and Trevor Kustiak, rocked Omaha’s
Ranch Bowl Monday night, touring in support of their new album, “Grand World.”
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