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-.p .r ARTS & CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 30. June 5, 2008 - 81 F00NTERTAINMENT Steppln' Out Massacoustics heading to Dogfish on May 31 Credited with a big sound and an even bigger response from crowds nationwide, the Thompsons headed "out on the road in 2001. What first began as a mission just to get their music heard, the pair soon learned its music was met with enthusiasm from listeners and began to write and perform even more original songs. Now, the Massacousfics get ready to head into a summer of touring (plans are in progress for a tour of Germany) and recently returned from a stint in Los Angeles. For more information about the Dogfish Head show, call 226- By Jen Ellingsworth After years of playing in bands around the world, Andy and Matt Thompson combined creative energy to form an acoustic duo they consider to be like no other. The pair will play at 10 p.m., Saturday, May 31, at Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats in Rehoboth Beach. Individually, Andy and Matt have shared stages with many musical greats, including Bill Wyman of the Rolling Stones, Nickel Creek, Badfinger and Willie Nelson. As studio musi- cians, they have played with the likes of A1 Cooper and Steve Earle. The Massaeoustics, AKA Andy and Matt Thompson, will perform, Satuday, May 31, at Dogfish Head Brew/ngs & Eats. BREW. In other local entertainment news...Reporter Karl Chalabala and photographer Erik Sumption checked out the newly opened Suds Beer & Bath Supply Company (formerly The Waterfront in Dewey Beach). At precisely midnight, a foamy sub- stance falls from the ceiling, mak- ing for some good, "clean" fun. For more insight into this phe- nomenon, read Chalabala's story in this week's Business section and see for yourself. Suds is open daily. REHOBOTH BEACH • Anglers Rest: 3185 Highway One. Pocket Change plays every Wednesday night. For informa- tion, call 226-1229. • Arena's Bar and Deli: 149 Rehoboth Ave. (in the Village by the Sea Mall). For information, call 227-1272. • Caf Sol& 44 Baltimore Ave. Guitarist Bruce Anthony plays at 7 p.m. Thursdays. For informa- tion, call 227-7107. • Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats: 320 Rehoboth Ave. All shows start at 10 p.m. Friday, May 30 - Players Club Awards Ceremony Winners Showcase; Saturday, May 31 The Massacoustics; Friday, June 6 - Deirdre Flint; Saturday, June 7 - The Massacoustics. For informa- tion, call 226-BREW. • Frogg Pond: First Street and Rehoboth Avenue. Karaoke with Dave & RC Sunday, Monday and Wednesday to Friday. Karaoke contest on Wednesday. Trivia Challenge on Monday. Friday and Saturday, May 30-31 - Excalibur. For information, call 227-2234. • Irish Eyes: 52B Rehoboth Ave. The Groove plays every Wednesday. Saturday, May 31 TBA. For information, call 227- 5758. • Purple Parrot: 247 Rehoboth Ave. Karaoke 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. in the Birdcage every Friday and Saturday night. For information, call 226-1139. • Ram's Head Tavern: 15 Wilmington Ave. Jazz brunch on Sundays, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. with the Steel City Jazz Trio. Open Mic Night on Wednesdays, 9 p.m. to midnight hosted by the Steel City Jazz Trio. Saturday, May 31 - Kings of Mojo. For information, call 227-0870. • Sir Guy's: 243 Rehoboth Ave. Every Friday, DJ John Blackford. Every Tuesday, DJ Chris Mai, 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. For information, call 227-7616. • Stoney Lonen: 208 Second St. Friday, May 30 - Acoustic din- ner music by Keith Mack. For information, call 227-2664. • Summerhouse: 228 Rehoboth Ave. Mooney's Iced Tea Night every Tuesday; DJ music every Friday to Sunday and Tuesday night. For information, call 227-3895 or visit www.sum- • Sydney's Blues & Jazz Restaurant: 25 Christian St. Music Revolution on Wednesdays at 9 p,m, Friday and Saturday, May 30-31 - Elwood Bishop and No ByScut; Friday and Saturday, June 6-7 - Johnny Rawls Soul Blues Revue. For information, call 227-1339. • Third Edition: 59 Lake Ave. Team Trivia on Wednesdays at 10 p.m.. DJ Vic spins Fridays and Saturdays at 10 p.m. For informa- tion, call 227-6121. • Tijuana Taxi: 207 Rehoboth Ave. Friday, June 6 - The Carey Smith Trio. For information, call 227-1986. LEWES • Gilligan's: Market Street at Canal Square. Saturday, May 24 - Nature's Rhythm. For informa- tion, call 644-7230. • Irish Eyes at Anglers: 213 Anglers Rd. DJ Eroc host's karaoke on deck daily, 5-9 p.m. and at 9:30 p.m. on Fridays. Monday and Tuesday - Steel drum music; Wednesday and Sunday - Jeff Key; and Thursday, Friday and Saturday - Mr. B.B.B.H. Saturday, May 31 - The Groove. For information, call 645-6888. • Java Byte Cafe: Open mic night Tuesdays hosted by the Players Club. Friday and Saturday evenings, Atlantic Recording artist Mickey Jenkins. For information, call 644-8287. • Lighthouse: Anglers Road. DJ Captain Joe, 5-8 p.m, every Friday. Karaoke on Sundays. For information, call 645-6271. • Rose & Crown: Team Trivia with John Mixon, 8:30 p.m. on Mondays. For information, call 645-2373. • 1776 Classic American Steakhouse: Midway Shopping Center. Nick Wayne on keyboard nightly. Jeff Irwin Thursdays (6- 10 p.m.) and Sundays (9 p.m. to midnight for open jam session). For information, call 645-9355. LONG NECK Continued on page 82 Peninsula Gallery to unveil new show June I in Lewes The works of Lee Wayne Mills and Marti Marino will open with a reception to meet the artists from 3 to 5 p.m., Sunday, June 1 at the Peninsula Gallery in Lewes. Mills and Marino have something in common, in that they reflect the use of found or recycled materi- als. Mills tends to assemble these materials to create his collages, while Marino employs the sub- tractive process of carving wood and stone, though sometimes she will combine her sculptural mate- rial with found objects in an abstract way. Lee Wayne Mills studied at Ripon, Wisc. In the 1980s, he moved to the Washington, D.C. area where he exhibited widely for more than 15 years before moving to Rehoboth. His work is generally considered to be based on abstract expressionism. In his collages on canvas, Mills finds a way to juxtapose the structural and painterly elements. In the same way that words juxtaposed create phrases, his assemblages create a kind of painterly litera- ture. In addition to these mixed media and assemblage works on paper and canvas, Mills is also showing a number of very three dimensional wall reliefs. Although these pieces may not look alike, what they share is an aesthetic process that allows them to behave similarly. "It is this toss- ing together of so many disparate elements that fosters fabulous associations for me personally and allows me the freedom to discov- er and invent and forge the con- nections in my work," Mills said. Marino, also a resident of Rehoboth, was for many years a teacher as well as an artist. Continued on page 82 "Wind in the Canyon I" by Lee Wayne Mills is among the works on exhibit at the Peninsula Gallery in Lewes. Submitted photo