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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 2 - May 8, 2003 - 101 Dan Cook photos Tom Larsen performs April 25 at Buttery in Lewes. Larsen and Tom Jones of Irish Eyes at Anglers organized the festival Local blues fans include (l-r) Kevin Evans, Michael Cook, Susan Ritter, Heather Jenkins and Bill Henry Buckaloo en- joy the musical evening at Irish Eyes. Erlk Sumpt!on photo Lewes sings the blues during first festival Tear the Roof Off performed at Tutto Bene Friday, April 25, during the 1st Annual Lewes Blues Festival. Saxophonist and vocalist Dave Raynor, right, traveled from New Orleans to perform. Joining him is Mike Parykaza, of Lewes, on the trumpet. At left, Terry Plowman and Steve Wilson of the Gone Boys jam at the Front Page reunion, April 25, at the Lighthouse Restaurant in Lewes. The event was a high. light of the inaugural Blues Festival The Gone Boys are a favorite local act of those who frequented the Front Page, formerly located on Baltimore Avenue in Re- hoboth Beach (now the home of the Iguana Grill). Lauren Broskoskie, 4, and her mom Rachael at the Front Page party at the Lighthouse. Erik Sumptlon photos Pop lest kicks out the jams in DeweyBeach Pop punk band Don Look Down from Philadelphia brought its act to the Rusty Rudder April 25. TOm Parker shows off his fast hsnds on the drums.  Indie rock band Four Minute Mile/kom Bethlehem, PL provided tunes outs/de at the Rusty Rudder Friday. Lead vocals and gu/tarist Kyle Campbell, left, jams with drum. mer Dave Parfitt.