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70- CAPE GAZETIIg, Friday, October 2 - October 8, 1998 Heads Up Super Band will open Autumn Jazz '98 from 6 to 9 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 15, at the BayCenter in Ruddertowne. 227-6237 Eat In or 7 da a week. Jen Ellingsworth photo Jazz Joint }mnps at volunteer meeting in, Rehoboth Dee Lott of Lewes, right, signs up as a volunteer for Autumn Jazz '98, as Mickey Underwood, left, and Tim Mahoney discuss the upcoming festival at a Sept. 28 volunteers meeting at the Jazz Joint in Rehoboth Beach. Sydney Arzt, owner of Sydney's Blues & Jazz Restaurant and board member of the Delaware Celebration of Jazz Inc., said volunteer support and ticket sales are very strong. "We sold out last year and it looks like we're going to be sold out again this year," she said. For ticket information, call 226-2166 or 800-29-MUSIC. Fine Dining Since 1980 Continental Cuisine - Romantic Atmosphere FABULOUS FALL FEATURE SOUP, CAESAR OR GREEN SALAD EN TREE COFFEE OR TEA $22.00 OFFERED THURSDAY - SUNDAY AT 5:30 P.M. 210 Second Street, Rehoboth Beach RESERVATIONS: 227-6494 Fall is the most perfect season to enjoy our fabulous cuisine and stunning waterfront views. Serving Lunch & Dinner Friday & Saturday 11 - 10 Sunday & Thursday 11 - 9 Closed Tuesday & Wednesday ..........  ......... ...... Front & Market Streets Lewes 645-7866 recording ensemble, Heads Up Super Band, will kick off Autumn Jazz '98 at the BayCenter in Rud- dertowne, Dewey Beach, 6-9 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 15. Featuring international contem- porary jazz recording artists Ger- ald Veasley, Kenny Blake, Joe McBride and Keith Carlock, the group is celebrating the release of its video-enhanced CD, titled Heads Up Super Band Live at Berks Jazz Festival." The band played one of its first gigs together at a Philadelphia Radio Station Party. That evening, the annual kickoff for the weekend-long jazz festival will also feature a "Taste of Rehoboth Restaurants." Featured chefs this year include Jeff Theiman of Fusion, Jon Luc Charpentier of Celsius and Ben try Grill and Gourmet Grocery. The cocktail reception will take place from 6 to 7:30 p.m. The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. A cash bar is available. Tickets for the event are $20. Events continue on Friday, Oct. 16, with pop-fusion keyboardist Tom Grant, best known for his easygoing vocals and acoustic pi- ano finesse, opening for headliner Dianne Reeves at 8 p.m. at the Re- hoboth Beach Convention Center. A vocalist extraordinaire and Blue Note recording artist, Reeves is a two-time Grammy-nominated performer and one of jazz's great treasures. A versatile singer, Reeves mesmerizes with funky rhythms and tender ballads. Tick- ets for Dianne Reeves are $30. Other performances slated for a free concert at 11 a.m., Saturday, Oct. 17, at the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center; Roomful of Blues at 3 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 17, the Bottle & Cork in Dewey Beach; Eric Marienthal Opening for Joriathan Butler at 9 p.m., Sat- urday, Oct. 17, the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center; and Kurt Elling opening for Charlie Hunter at 3 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 18, the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center. The festival will close at 5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 18, with the Scotty Scholarhip Jam at Syd- ney's Blues & Jazz Restaurant. For information, call 800-29-MU- SIC or 226-2166 or stop by the Jazz Joint on Rehoboth Avenue next to Sydney's Blues & Jazz Restaurant. The Jazz Joint is open daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Heads Up Super Band to s tone for Autumn Jazz in Pen n Oct. 15 oqea ,_////e. International contemporary jazz Fulton from the Rehobeth Coun- Autumn Jazz '98 are Kim Waters,