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100 o CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 13 - June 19, 2003 Rising young musician performs at Lighthouse in Lewes By Lindsay M. King Thursday night June 5, at the Lighthouse, the very humorous and" talented Jimmy Bones per- formed during the "Big Blue Jam Session." Jimmy introduced to an intimate audience the musical tal- ent of JC Andersen. Rising young star, John Charles "JC" Andersen, charmed the crowd with several of his original songs. JC currently lives in Lakeland, FL, with parents John Charles from Norway, and Mary Andersen from Georgetown, DE. JC began singing at age 2 and his love for music has never dissipated. He continued with singing, and be- came serious just recently at the age of 18. A graduate with honors from high school, JC is as dedi- cated to education as he is to his career. As a tri-lingual singer, JC has been able to achieve a worldwide fan base. He sings fluently in English, Spanish, and Norwegian. JCs musical styling ranges from Contemporary Country to Latin Pop and his singing career has blossomed fully in the past eleven months. He has opened for well known country stars such as Dar- ryl Worley, Keith Urban, Trace Atkins, Steve Azar, Suzy Boggus, Linda Davis, Deborah Allen, and Lonestar. JC has had performanc- es at the Hyatt Orlando's Dance Night in Kissimmee, FL, The Latin Festival in Munn Park, FL, Hot/Wet Miami, in South Beach Miami, FL, and has had many ap- pearances at SeaWorld. He is scheduled to perform for the Fourth of July celebration at Sea- World, Orlando, FL, and he has two concerts in Norway. JC participates actively in many organizations, supporting handi- capped and terminally ill children. In recent months he performed for the Juvenile Diabetes charity con- cert, The Scholarship and Com- munity Volunteer group's concert, United Way's benefit concert, and he will be performing soon for the American Children's Network, sponsored by Wal-Mart. JC's fan base is continually growing. His web site alone has had over 100,000 hits, and his fan base has expanded to 27 countries worldwide, including New Zealand, Japan, Norway, The Jam Continued from page 99 Conwell. His two previous June Jam performances easily rate as high as any of the great national acts that have played the show in the past decades. Rick Wilson has brought down the house four times for the June Jam organization. For this very special concert Wilson will as- semble a full band and perform his trademark Neil Young Clas- sics. Local music fans won't be dis- appointed at June Jam either. The Dover-based band Hyde Park will also reunite for the June Jam Sil- ver Anniversary. Poison Whiskey, Baltimore- based southern rockers and one of the east coast's top rock and'roll bands, will open for their heroes, Dickey Betts and Great Southern. Back by request of fans will be Monster Joe and Juiced, who have given outstanding performances and are sure to entertain and satis- fy once again. Making their first June Jam appearance will be Glass Onion who have been pack- ing fans in local clubs. In addition to the 10 musical acts, June Jam offers a fun-filled day for the entire family. Lots of games, including tug-of-wars and relay races are held with prizes for all. This is a banner year for the June Jam volunteers and they hope to break fundraising records. Tickets for the 25th June Jam are $39 and are still available, but due to the outstanding lineup they are going fast. While enjoying the day, many attendees line up to purchase what has become known as one of featuring Woodgdlled food Deer .mall-batch .roirits .5atdaYs S9 woodgrilled Kabob dinners MondflYs $5 Burgers Thtw$daYs $5 Pizzas HAPPY Hour weekdays 4 - 6p at the bar LIVE MUSIC PH. 6/13 Radio Caroline unplugged Sat. 6/13 1"ne Empties (unpruned w/m.ce tknby's ItartsU} M-F open @ 4pm Sat 8: Sun @ noon 320 Rehoboth Ave. www.dogflsh.com 302-226-BREW Undsay M. King photo Shown are O-r) John Charles Andersen, John Charles JC" Andersen, and Mary Andersen outside the Lighthouse in Lewes during JC's performance. United States, and Thailand. With the help of Street Team Fan Club coordinator, Jessica Williams, JC's popularity has spread rapid- ly. Williams became interested in Delaware's most popular com- memorative T-shirts which al- ways sell out early. For more information or to pur- chase tickets visit JC upon her first time at a per- formance of his, and has contin- ued to promote JC's career via flyers and events. Continued on page 103 www.junejam.com or call 302- 284-JUNE(5863). Tickets are also available at Tip Top Trim Shop on Route 13 in Camden, 302-697- 6453. redfin SEAFOOD GRILL & FISH MARKET cq-assic east coast cuisine Open 7 Days a Week Dinner from 4:30 Fri - Sat - Sun from 5 Mon- Thurs Fish Market 11-7 Sat & Sun 11-4:30 North Bethany 537-0100 Free parking Great Waterfront View