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72 - CAPE GAZEq[E, FridaY, June 19 - June 25, 1998 Rydell, Gore, Shangri-Las to open Summer Arts Fest in Lewes The rockin' sounds of oldies but goodies Bobby Rydell, Lesley Gore and The Shangri-Las will meet head on Wednesday, July 8, when the University of Delaware's Summer Arts Festival opens with a "Rock, Roll and Re- member concert set for 7:30 p.m. under the stars on the grounds of the University of Delaware's Hugh R. Sharp Campus in Lewes. From Rydell's classic, "Volare," to Gore's tuneful stories in "It's My Party" and "Judy's Turn to Cry," to the wild ride of The Shangri-Las' "Leader of the Pack," audiences can rock and sing along with these stars of the '60s. In addition to fans who heard these hits the first time around, this classic rock-and-roll show also appeals to a crowd from the younger set. "It's surprising how many kids come out and support a show like this," said Gary Simpson, assis- tant director of the UD Office of Alumni and University Relations and coordinator of the festival. "I'm constantly amazed at how many teens show up at our 'oldies' concerts. Not only are Bobby Rydell and Leslie Gore will perform their rock "n' roll oldies at the Summer Arts Festival in Lewes on Wednesday, July 8. they up and dancing, they are ac- tually mouthing the words to the songs." Rydell's career Spans several decades and encompasses every area of the entertainment world. He's been a teen idol and starred in films like "Bye Bye Birdie," and plays like "West Side Story." His recording career has earned him 34 top-40 records, which puts him into the top five of all single artists from his era. His million- selling singles include "Volare," "Wild One" and "We Got Love." Rydeil is also an outstanding drummer, dancer and entertainer. He currently tours with Frankie Avalon and Fabian in a show titled, "The Golden Boys." Leslie Gore burst on the music scene as a junior in high school with the hit song, "It's My Party." Since that beginning in 1963, she has had more than two dozen chart hits and sold more than 60 million albums worldwide. Other Gore hits include "Judy's Turn to Cry" and "You Don't Own Me." Gore was discovered by Quincy Jones and signed to Mercury The Shangri-Las will take the stage during the opening night of the Summer Arts Festival. OPEN MON.. FRI. 5 PM to 1 AM SAT & SUN NOON WEDNESDAY 1/2 PRICE BURGERS 5-10 OUR FAMOUS HAPPY HOUR 9-1 Featuring $1.50 16 oz. Bud or Bud Light...and Happy Hour Prices on everything! Records. She was featured on "The Ed Sullivan Show" and on the final episode of "The Donna Reed Show." Gore was also nomi- nated for an Academy Award for the hit song, "Out Here on My Own," from the movie "Fame." She has also written songs for Dusty Springfield, Patti Austen, Bernadette Peters and Irene Cara. The Shangri-Las were known as the "punkiest girl group of the '60s." Formed by four young women from Queens, N.Y., the group suffered the untimely death of one of its members and gained fame as a trio with its imitations of then-current hits. The group climbed the record charts with its first single, "Remember (Walkin' in the Sand)," and followed that up with its megahit, "Leader of the Pack." Today the band tours the country on the concert and club circuit. Most recently, the group performed with Joan Rivers in Trumpworld in Atlantic City. Tickets for the "Rock, Roll and Remember" show are from $6 to $11 if purchased in advance, and $8 to $12 if purchased the day of the show. Advance tickets are available at the Lewes Chamber of Commerce office, 120 Kings Highway; at all UD box offices in Newark; and at the university's southern Delaware offices at 69 HAPPY HOUR 5-7 Daily 4-7 Sat. & Sun. 0'" PAN ASIAN BISTRO 37 Wilmington Avenue 302-226-0400 OPEN DALLY 11:30 AM to 1 AM MENU SPECIALIZING IN: Fresh Fish, No-Filler Crab Cakes, Char.Grilled Burgers & Steaks, Send- wiches (Hot & Cold), Seafood Potato Skins, Homemade Soups & More WITH ACRES OF FREE PARKING!! "The only thing we overlook is Scenic Lewes Harbor" IRISH EYES "GREAT FOOD ATA GREAT VALUE" APPETIZERS, BURGERS, SANDWICHES, FRESH SALADS, STEAMED SEAFOOD & ENTREES. Transportation Circle in Dover and Route 18 at the Carter Part- nership Center in Georgetown. Tickets may be charged.with Mas- terCard or Visa by calling 855- 1620. 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