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66 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, September 17 - September 23, 1999 I-AkRTS & ENTERTAINMENT Steppin' Out Little Sister new kid on the block at Sir Guy's Beatles and Allman Brothers as primary influences, but she'll also mention contemporary artists such as Alanis Morisette and Sheryi Crow, tOO. While most girls her age fawn over teim idol groups such as N'Sync and Backstreet Boys, Clark is wielding an electric guitar and singing backup parts to Eric Clapton's "Layla." She said while she appreciates some of the modem efforts, her musical taste seems to lean toward classic rock and roll. "In some ways I'tl always like the older stuff better," said Clark, who also takes turns as drummer. Walt Hetfield, Rehoboth Elementary School music teacher and band director, said he enjoys the mentor-musician relationship he shares with Clark. While she By Jen Ellingsworth One of the newest bands on the local scene, Little Sister is any- thing but your ordinary cover band. The group feattlres a full com- plement of talent, highlighted by members Scott MacDonald, Diana Butler, Mike Long, Dave Reters and Walt Hetfield. All have been involved in bands and music, on different levels, for many years. At the center of this ensemble is fifteen year old Colleen Clark. Don't let the youthful age of the band's sixth member fool you, though. The band's very own "lit- tle sister" is a well-versed, award- winning musician and member of the former group The Channel Surfers. The Cape Henlopen High School sophomore cites The Meg Clifton, left, and Sheryl Skye are two of the artists slat- ed for the Female Singer-Songwriter Festival at Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats on Saturday, Sept. 18 Suzanne OHver (not shown), of the former band Swiirl, will also headline the festival. For information, call 226-BREW. still watches jazz videos and works on scales to supplement her repertoire, the lessons have ceased for the moment. Hetfield said he couldn't have been happier to find a musical counterpart in one of his students. "It got to be so much fun [work- ing with Clark on songs during lessons] that I felt bad charging her money," he laughed. "I have always liked the Aliman Brothers, but couldn't find anybody to play the parts with me. She could." Drummer Scott MacDonald echoed Hetfield's sentiment. "I quit pl:ying drums seven years ago, until I saw Colleen with the Channel Surfers," he said. Rehearsals are lighthearted, with members of the band dou- bling up on instruments and tak- ing turns singing. The material the band covers ranges from clas- sics to modern rock - songs from The Kinks to those by Lit and the Foo Fighters. New material is always in the mix, though. The band rehearses on a regular basis and strives to keep its music inter- esting and fresh, said Hetfield. While Little Sister has only been on the scene for a little more than a month, the band has played gigs at Bethany's Bay Cafe and Sydney's Blues & Jazz Restaurant, and has a performance slated at Sir Guys on Friday, Sept. 17. Little Sister will also play at underdetermined venues during the upcoming jazz festival, said Hetfield. Meanwhile, Clark is enjoying being the youngest sib- ling in group. "I like being the little sister," Jen EIIIngsworth photo Members of the band Little Sister include (l-r) Diana Butler, Mike Long, Scott MacDonald, Walt Hetfield, Dave Reters and Colleen Clark. The group plays at Sir Guys on Friday, Sept. 17. she said. REHOBOTH BEACH Arena's Bar and Deli: 149 Rehoboth Ave. (in the Village by the Sea Mall). Every Sunday - Karaoke night..Friday, Sept. 17 - The Agitators; Saturday, Sept. 18 - Rock Bottom (Kiss Tribute Band); Wednesday, Sept. 22 - The Red Alert Band; Friday, Sept. 24 - Plan B; Saturday, Sept. 25 - Slightly Ripe. For information, call 227- 1272. DogKsh Head Brewings & Eats: 320 Rehoboth Ave. Friday, Sept. 17 - The Pietasters; Saturday, Sept. 18 - Female Singer-Songwriter Festival; Friday, Sept. 24 - The Red King with Dutton; Saturday, Sept. 25 - Love Riot. For information, call 226-BREW. Eden Garden Caf: 122 Rehoboth Ave. Barefoot Geno, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. every Friday and Saturday. For information, call Continued on page 67 The Amadeus Trio, composed of piano, violin and cello, will present a concert at 8 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 25, in St. Peter's Church in Lewes. Pianist Marian Hahn, center, will be joined by Jeffrey Solow, left, violinist, and Timothy Baker, cellist. The critically acclaimed Amadeus Trio, composed of piano, violin and cello, will per- form in Lewes, Saturday, Sept. 25. The trio will perform music by Antonin Dvorak, Jean Baptiste Loeillet and Oscar Lorenzo Fernandez. The concert, to be held at 8 p.m. in St. Peter's Episcopal Church, located at Second and Market Streets in Lewes, will be the sixth performance in the 1999 season of Concerts at the Beach. The group, referred to as 'cham- ber music at its best,' by the Washington Post, has appeared at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, the Kennedy Center, San Francisco's Herbst Theater and Vancouver's Chan Center for the Performing Arts. The Amadeus Trio is composed of Marian Hahn, piano; Timothy Baker, violin; and Jeffrey Solow, cello. Hahn has been a top prize win- ner in national and international contests including the Leventritt, Busoni, Kosciuszko Chopin, Concert Artists Guild and University of Maryland interna- tional piano competitions. In addi- tion to three successful European tours, she has appeared in recital series in major United States cities. A graduate of Oberlin and Julliard, Hahn has been a soloist with the Cleveland Orchestra and the Boston Pops, among others. She is a member of the piano fac- ulty at the Peabody Conservatory of Music and the Kniesel Chamber Music Festival. Baker owns and performs on the famous and unique "guitar" Stradivarius violin made in 1726. He has appeared as a soloist with Washington's National Symphony, Baltimore Symphony, Boston Pops, Moscow Philharmonic, Stockholm Radio Orchestra and the Dallas Chamber Orchestra, among others. After graduating from Julliard, he stud- ied with Ivan Galamian and Nathan Milstein. He has won top prizes at major competitions including the VII International Tchaikovsky competition and the International Bach Solo competi- tion. Soiow travels throughout the U.S., Europe, Latin America and the orient as recitalist, soloist, chamber musician and teacher. Continued on page 68 Classical concert in Lewes to highlight piano trio Sept. 25