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64 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 24 - March 30, 2000 ARTS &amp; ENTERTAINMENT Steppin' Out Smash Palace headlines at Dogfish March 25 scene, Quincy opened for the likes of Squeeze and signed'with Columbia Records in 1980. After being sued by producer Quincy Jones, the Butler brothers' group changed its name to Lulu Temple, a moniker it would keep before the eventual evolution into Smash Palace in 1983. As Lulu Temple, the group tai- lored its sound for a more dance- oriented style of music. As Smash Palace, the Butler brothers decid- ed to go against the grain of com- mercial hype over synthesizer bands of the '80s and play straightforward rock and roll. Still notably influenced by British Invasion bands of the '60s, Smash Palace made a name for itself over By Jen ingsworth Pliiladelphia's: Smash Pal, a band whose history spans-more than two decades of albums, per- sonnel shifts and performance, will headline at DogfishHead- Brewings & Eats Saturday, Mar,h 25. There is no cover charge for the show, which starts at 10 p.m. Brothers Steve and Brian Butler, the creative nucleus and founding members of the group, cut their teeth on British sounds of the Kinks, Yardbirds and the Beatles. Influenced by these greats, the brothers, started writing and performing in their preteen years and later formed their first band, Quincy. Playing for many years on the New Jersey club BonnleTruitt photo The Players Band, shown here at a recent Mulligan's gig, includes (l-r) Mike McShane, Kenny Martin, A.J. Jones, Bruce Chappelle and Regina Aamacha. Not shown are members Keith Mack and Martin LeMaire. The band's lineup of Aamacha, LeMaire, Jones and Martin plays at Irish Eyes at Anglers Friday, March 24. the following decade. Opening for bands such as Mr. Mister 'proved beneficial in spreading the word about the band. After a hiatus during the late '80s to early '90s, Smash Palace publicly reunited in 1996, and recently produced a new album, Fast, Long, Loud, .on Imagine Records. The current lineup includes Phil Rizzo, bass; Steve Butler, guitars and vocals; Greg Di Donato, keyboards; Brian Butler, drums, vocals; and Dyanne Di Salvo, rhythm guitar. For more information about the Dogfish Head show, call 226- BREW. REHOBOTH BEACH Arena's Bar and Deli: 149 Rehoboth Ave. (in the Village by the Sea Mall). Every Sunday - Karaoke night. Friday, March 24 - Slightly Ripe; Saturday, March 25 - Levi Grey; Friday, March 31 Chorduroy. For information, call 227-1272. Cultured Pearl: 19 Wilmington Ave. Thursday, March 30 - Trisha Benton. For information, call 227-8493. Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats: 320 Rehoboth Ave. Friday, March 24 Stargazer Lily; Saturday, March 25 - Smash Palace; Friday, March 31 - The John Faye Power Trip; Saturday, April 1 - Sheryl Skye Trio. For information, call 226-BREW. Frogg Pond: First Street and Rehoboth Avenue. Karaoke on Friday and Saturday. Profession- als' jam night hosted by Blue Raven at 9 p.m., Wednes-days (interested musicians call 644- 4439). Friday, March 31, and Saturday, April 1 - The Players Band featuring Blue Raven, Keith Mack, Bruce Chapeile and Mike McShane. For information, call 227-2234. Mulligan's Restaurant & Sports Pub: Route 1. Wednes- day is local's night with DJ Rupe. Friday, March 24 Margot's Band; Saturday, March 25 - The Forecast; Friday, March 31 Azure Drake. For information, call 644-9288. The Purple Parrot: 247 Rehoboth Ave. Karaoke, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. every Friday. For informa- tion, call 226-1139. Sir Guy's Restaurant and Pub: 243 Rehoboth Ave. DJ Chris Mal, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. on Tuesdays. Friday, March 24 - Azure Drake; Saturday, March 25 - The Red Alert Band; Friday, March 31 - Altimate Choice Band. For information, call 227-7616. Sydney's Blues and Jazz Restaurant: 25 Christian St. Friday, March 24 Dennis Donnelly (no cover); Saturday, March 25 - The Persuaders. For information, call 227-1339. Third Edition: 59 Lake Ave. Dance floor open nightly. Closed Monday and Tuesday. Music by DJ Vic Friday and Sunday. Saturday, March 25 - Creative Vibe; Thursday, March 30 - Big Joe and the Dynaflows; Saturday, April 1 - Herb T and the 7/10 Split. For information, call 227- 6121. Smash Palace includes (I-r) Phil Rizzo, bass; Steve Butler, guitars and vocals; Greg Di Donato, keyboards; Brian Butler, drums, vocals; and Dyanne Di Salvo, rhythm guitar. The band plays at Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats, Saturday, March 25. LEWES Ashby's Oyster House: Peddlers Village, Route 24. Customer Appreciation Night on the last Thursday of the month. For information, call 945-4070. Irish Eyes at Anglers: 213 Anglers Rd. Friday, March 24 - The Players Band featuring Regina Aamacha, Martin LeMaire, AJ Jones and Kenny Martin; Saturday, March 25 - Nite Life; Friday, March 31 - The Wise Guys; Saturday, April 1 - Fatback Continued on page 65 Rehoboth Film Society slates Oscar party March 26 By Jen Ellingsworth The Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival will host its Third Annual Oscar Night fundraiser, at 6 p.m., Sunday, March 26, at Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats in Rehoboth Beach. With cameras flashing and the red carpet greeting the stars, the film festival's fete will rival the glitzy Academy Awards presentation at Hollywood's Dorothy Chandler Pavillion. Tickets for the Oscar party are $20 and may be purchased from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m,, at the film society office across from Radio Shack in the Rehoboth Mall. Admission to the party includes hors d' oevres; there will be a cash bar. Proceeds directly benefit the film society's events, including the upcoming film festival, set for Nov. 8-12. Tickets may also be purchased at the door, but orga- nizers urge Oscar partygoers to make their plans ahead of time. "We're urging people not to wait until the last minute," said Jill Roberts, public relations chair for the film society. "We anticipate that this will be the most attended Oscar party yet." Local businesses are getting on board with the program. More than 80 merchants have donated gifts and services for the silent auction at the Oscar party. Items that will be up for grabs include mas- sage therapy, fitness memberships, restaurant gift certificates, gift baskets, video rentals and jewelry. Billed as "creative Hollywood attire," the sky is the limit for the Oscar party's dress code. "The real- ly great thing about this party is that it's a great opportunity to dress up and pull that floor-length gown and tuxedo out of the closet and have fun with it." While glitz and glamour are not requirements for admission, an Oscar party preshow from 6-8 p.m. will feature fashion commentary by E! network per- sonality Joan Rivers on two big-screen televisions at Dogfish Head. Best-dressed guests can compete for prizes in Rehoboth's own Golden Hanger competi- tion and film buffs a Pick the Oscar Winners contest. For more information about Oscar night or the film society, see the Web site, <www.rehoboth fiim.com>. Jen Ellingsworth photo Film buffs galore were in attendance at last year's Oscar night, set this year for 6 p.m., Sunday, March 26, at Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats. A silent auction featured items donated by the business community.