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104 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 13. June 19, 2003 Llndsey M. King photo Steve Daddona, lead vocals and guitarist for Subluzinal, will be premiering at the Summer House Restaurant and Sa- loon in Rehoboth Beach. Live entertainment to debut at Rehoboth's Summer House By Lindsay M. King Since its establishment in 1977, the Summer House, located on Rehoboth Avenue, has offered an atmosphere of excitement and en- tertainment for the summer crowds. This coming Thursday, June 19, the Summer House will, for the first time, debut a live band from 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. Subluzinal will offer something new and different to the well es- tablished, diverse clientele of the Summer House. This band's ap- proach to blues/rock music will present popular songs with a per- sonal spin to blend the lines of fa- miliar main-stream music. Its music includes songs you may have heard before, but with a twist, and although a song may be repeated it will never sound the sameway twice. Subluzinal intends to "blur the lines of blues and rock to find a sound that smacks you," said frontman Steve Daddona. The band does not rehearse; its inten- tion being to keep the spontaneity alive and allow the evening to de- termine the sounds and direction of its music. The band is led by Steve Dad- dona on vocals and guitar, Keith Mack on lead guitar, John Clifton on guitar and Bruce Benson on drums. There will also be guest vocalists and colorful guest in- strumentation, such as keyboard, saxophone and harmonica. The unique approach to Thurs- day nights will offer something new and different from the famil- iar DJ sounds, and instead offer an exhilarating rock and roll atmos- phere. Submitted photo Raffle a highlight of St. Peter'sArt Show The Women of St. Peter's Episcopal Church of Lewes will host their 37th Annual Art Show at St. Peter's Square, Second and Mulberry streets, Saturday, July 5 from 9 am. to 4 p.nl. More than 60 artists and artisans will exhibit their wares that day. A food court will be offered from 11 aan. to 2 pan., and Bill Earl will provide entertainment on the keyboard, with Lewes clown act Happy and Go Lucky also on board. There will also be a raffle of selected work of participating artists, including a decoy, above, created by Arthur Petit, a native of Virginia's Eastern Shore. Petit began carving his decorative and working decoys eight years ago and has ex- hibited at the Chesapeake Challenge at the Ward Museum and the Ch/ncoteague, Va. decoy show, having been awarded a number of ribbons. For more information on purchasing raffle tickets, call 645- 1999 or 645-2013. .... !