The Nation: Pop Performers

Campaign rhetoric may be melody to some visitors' ears. But many tourists prefer the less hortatory sound of music from discothèques, rock bands and folk singers. These entertainments are as live as the convention floor and exhibit as much promise as the party platform. Moreover, the only vote they require is the sound of two hands clapping:

POP. The town's hottest club is the Bottom Line, in Greenwich Village (15 W. Fourth St.), where for a nominal admission ($5.50) some of rock's best talent is on view. During convention week, the management has booked a bunch of folkies—Eric Andersen, Livingston Taylor,...

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