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50 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 7 - March 13, 1997 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Steppin Out Carbon 14 CD release slated for Sir-Guy's March 7 By Jen Ellingsworth Local rockers Carbon 14 will release their latest effort, a collab- oration CD known as the Riktor/Carbon 14 Project, at Sir Guy's in Rehoboth Beach on Fri- day, March 7. Produced under independent recording label Azra International, the material on the disc is as kinet- ic as the life forms it is performed by. The release features the tracks "Photo Realist," "Life Exists," and "No Gravity." The CD features lead vocals by California theatrical performer and vocalist Riktor, as well as Car- bon 14 bass guitar player Steve Wallo, lead guitarist Ray Moret- ton and drummer Sonny Martin. Formed six years ago, Carbon 14 also recently added lead singer Todd Bender to its troupe. The vocals were recorded at Fortress II Studios in Hollywood, while the music was recorded in Lewes at the band's digital record- ing facility. The CD will be nationally dis- tributed to stores such as Tower Records and Rhino Records, as well as to college radio markets. In addition, the group has also hired the services of Milestone Media, a company who will pro- mote the CD to major recording labels. The disc will be available local- ly at the CD Outlet Store and Tobacco Shop in the Food Lion Plaza in Rehoboth Beach, at Thompson's Music in Lewes and at all Carbon 14 concerts. Fittingly enough, it's not the first time the band has received national attention. Carbon 14 was selected from thousands of demo tapes to be a part of the 1991 compilation release, "Raw Cuts XII," produced by Rodell Records of Hollywood. Adam Rodell, president of the company, chose to showcase the band after listening to the CD "Songs From the Cellar." Carbon 14 met Riktor through the process of recording the com- pilation effort, and the rest is his- tory. Carbon 14 is also putting the wraps on an independent effort, due out sometime soon. The CD is tentatively titled "Carbonet.'" "It's sort of our vintage of songs from the past five or six years," said Wallo. The tracks were com- pleted at the band's own Lewes recording studio, and then sent out to Azra for completion. Wallo said the 15-16 tracks on the CD are all originals written between 1989-1997. Carbon 14 has gigs locally in April and May at the Crab Barn in Long Neck and at Seaford's Club 22. The group will also play at Petitbon's in Rosslyn, Va., for the annual "Dewey Animals Benefit Concert." For more information about Carbon 14, call 645-7474. In other entertainment news... This weekend is the re-opening of Irish Eyes in Rehoboth Beach. Dynamic duo Vegas and Catfish will entertain on Friday, Feb. 7, at the Wilmington Ave. establish- ment, while Mike and Lauren of the popular ensemble Chameleon will be in the spotlight on Satur- day, March 8. For more informa- tion, call 227-2888. Get set for the re-opening of the Starboard Restaurant in Dewey Beach on Thursday, March 13. Entertainment will be provided by DJs John Hardy and Steve Stone. Here is your entertainment line- Angle Moon photo Carbon 14 will celebrate the release of its latest CD "The Carbon 14/Riktor Project = at Sir Guy's in Rehoboth Beach on Friday, March 7. up for other resort establishments: Dogfish Head: 320 Rehoboth REHOBOTH BEACH Arena's Bar and Deli: 149 Rehoboth Avenue (in the Village by the Sea Mall). Every Monday - Barefoot Geno; every Sunday - acoustic jam; every Thursday - Mexican Fiesta Night; Friday, March 7 - The NailDrivers; Satur- day, March 8 - Mystic Fishstick; Wednesday, March 12 - DJ Joker; Friday, March 14 - My Dog Lucky; Saturday, March 15 - Taste. For information, call 227- 1272. Club Potpourri: 316 Rehoboth Avenue. The Jeff Irwin All-Stars every Wednesday night from 8 p.m. until midnight. Live jazz on Friday and Saturday nights. For information, call 227- 4227. Avenue. Saturday, March 8 - Red Letter Day; Friday, March 14 - Starbelly; Saturday, March 15 - Burning Bus. For information, call 226-BREW (2739). Frogg Pond: First Street and Rehoboth Avenue. Karaoke on Fridays and Saturdays. For infor- mation, call 227-2234. Irish Eyes: Wilmington Avenue, Rehoboth Beach. Friday, March 7 - Vegas and Catfish; Sat- urday, March 8 - Mike and Lauren of Chameleon. For more informa- tion, call 227-2888. Mulligan's Restaurant and Sports Pub: Route 1, Rehoboth Beach. Every Thursday Chameleon. Every Friday and Saturday - DJs Mr. Ed and Captain Mike. For more information, call 644-9288. Sea Horse: 330 Rehoboth Avenue. Every Saturday - Michael Howard. For informa- tion, call 227-7451. Sir Guy's: 243 Rehoboth Avenue. Closed Wednesdays. Friday, March 7 - Carbon 14; Sat- urday, March 8 - Living Earth; Saturday, March 15 - Once Fish. For information, call 227-7616. Sydney's Blues and Jazz Restaurant: 25 Christian Street. Friday, March 7, and Saturday, March 8 - Memphis Gold and the Blues Museum. For information, call 227-1339. DEWEY BEACH Rusty Rudder: Dickinson Street. Friday, March 7 - The Kathie Martin Band; Friday, March 14 - The Honeycombs. For Continued on page 51 Hickman pastel raffle to benefit Cape Henlopen Arts Festival Those who have had the plea- sure of viewing Laura Hickman's vibrant and expressive pastels most often develop the immediate desire to own one. For the next three weeks, the public will have a chance to win one of these beauti- ful works, donated by the artists, which will be raffled. The pro- ceeds from the raffle will support supplemental arts education opportunities for Cape Henlopen School District students. The pas- tel will be on display at the follow- ing locations: Browseabout Books in Rehoboth, from March 3-7; Milton Public Library from March 10-14; and Deana's on Second Street in Lewes, from March 17- 21. Raffle tickets will be available for $1 each or 6 for $5 at these locations (in Milton, tickets can be purchased at Norma's.) "Iqie drawing for the work will be conducted at the second annual Cape Henlopen Arts Festival on Saturday, March 22. The Festival is scheduled to take place through- out the event will feature over 50 arts and gift items, the raffles for which should be affordable for children and adults at 50 cents each. All items to be auctioned have been donated by dedicated indi- viduals and businesses in the com- munity. In addition to fundraising events, the festival will feature children's arts exhibits, perfor- mances by professional and aspir- ing musicians, professional fine art and craft demonstrations by local artisans, workshops in the- ater, dance and music, interactive arts activities for children, food and fun. Two performances of "You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown," performed by the Cape Henlopen High School Thespians at 10 a.m. and 7:30 p.m., will also be included. Admission to the festival is free of charge. Call 945-7174 to pur- chase tickets for the play. For more information on the festival, call 645-7275. This Laura Hickman pastel will be raffled off to benefit the Cape Henlopen Arts Festival March 22.