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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 1 - May 7, 1998 - 65 James and Mack team up for CHEA Scholarship Fund May 6 Grammy Award-winner Doug James and national recording artist Keith Mack will take their new band to the stage of Cape Henlopen High School Little The- atre at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, May 6, for their inaugural East Coast concert. James, of Rehoboth Beach and New York City, known best for his song writing of popular bal- lads sung by Michael Bolton and Dionne Warwick; has formed a new group which not only show- cases his song writing, but fea- tures his melodic and smooth tandem, Rehoboth Beach's own Mack, is known for his guitar prowess with such groups as Scandal, Joe Cocker and, more re- cently, Johnny Smyth, with John McEnroe and Patty Smyth. He is also involved in writing many of the original songs. This is not a totally new venture for the musical pair. They have been playing and recording to- gether for years. "Doug has al- ways been there whenever we needed him for fundraising activi- ties in the past," said Cape Show- case Director Dan Cook. "He has voice, even donated an electric piano to The other half of the musical the School. " He:didn't graduate Musicians Doug James and Keith Mack will unveil their- new band at a benefit slated for Cape Henlopen High School on Wenesday, May 6. r THE ROAnHooSE Trm TAm Or TZXAS 30% OF SALES ON WEDNESDAY GO TO [ CAPE HENLOPEN ATHLETIC DEPT. : d Chicpi!iRibs FAST Lunchwagon Menu DAILY Fast, Friendly Service Family Fun from Cape like Keith did, but he is still a member of the Cape family, with deep roots in the community, having attended both Rehoboth el- ementary and junior high schools." Mack, who graduated from Cape, stays active in the commu- nity by performing at numerous fundraisers in the area with the popular group The Funsters. Opening the show for James and Mack is local disc jockey and regionally known stand-up comic Kelly Terranova, a WGMD-FM personality. He brings to the stage a twisted and slightly cynical look at America's pop culture icons  from bizarre fasci- nation with figure skating to NASCAR racing to TV charities. A winner of the Great Col- TERRANOVA orado Springs Comedy Countdown, Terranova is known as a comedian who fea- tures playful audience interaction to making each show unique. The cost is $7 for adults and $5 for students, children and seniors 60 years and older. All proceeds will benefit the Cape Henlopen Educa- tion Association Scholarship Fund. Tickets may be purchased in advance from Gall Stenger at the Cape Henlopen High School office. f It's eoidagious! Sunday 1/2 Price Entr00es R,dbofh's critically acclaimed R.estaurawi" Featuring New AuaericaN Cuisine 17inaer Served Thursday - Sutday from 6 $0 WilmijtoM Avenue, gehoboth leach (OtJ/J6-1940 Thursday