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r I I i CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 9 - October 15, 1998 - 65 &amp; ENTERTAINMENT Steppin Out Jeremy Lyons Trio offers 'Deltabilly Blues' at Sydney's In other local entertainment news...As Lyons, who handles lead vocals while playing a mean slide guitar, is joined in his ensemble by Steve Lewins on upright bass, bass guitar and backing vocals and Norman Lee Sheppard on the washboard. Still touted as being in its infant stage, The Jeremy Lyons Trio has attracted the attention of many a music reviewer. One writer for the Canadian alternative music magazine "Tribe," after seeing Lyons' trio live at a New Orleans nightclub, wrote: "It is this devotion that has nurtured our famous musical heritage and continues to beckon to the young and talented. The Jere- my Lyons Trio may never have made it into the clubs if they hadn't cut their teeth play- ing on the street." For a little slice of the New Orleans life with a big time sound, meander over to Syd- ney's to see The Jeremy Lyons Trio. For information, call 227-1339. By Jen EUingsworth The Jeremy Lyons Trio will headline at Sydney's Blues & Jazz Restaurant, Friday, Oct. 9. A self-taught artist, Lyons began picking a guitar at age 14. While folk songs and rock 'n' roll were his forte coming up, he was also a student of jazz. It's that melting pot of influences that makes Lyons' sound hard to categorize today. While you might find yourself stratching your head trying to pinpoint a genre, you'll notice your foot start tapping to the infectious rhythm in the meantime. Growing up in Ithaca, N.Y., he was exposed to strong folk influences. While his current work is tinged with folk influ- ences, his sound relies mainly on the classic sounds of slide guitar and country blues. His debut album is titled, "Deltabilly Swing." Alternative rock band Swoon will play at Arena's in the Village by the Sea Mall, Wednesday, Oct. 14. Call 227-1272 for more information. former frontmaO for The Caulfields, John Faye put the bsement band he started in Newark, Del. into national and international spotlights. No% Faye brings his solo act to the RehobothBeach spotlight at Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats at 10 p.m., Friday, Oct. 9. Faye's fame( gained notoriet, The Caulfields; and the popular In 1997, aftel their followup Caulfields parte live performing shared stages wi Cale (co-found, with Lou Reed) fen recording ar For more inf( gig, call 226-Blq Readers may listings are a b: this week. Th '98, Oct. 15-18, almost everyone Autumn Jazz kicks off on a Musicians Corn Oct. 14, at Syd rant. Youthful m Region take The concert jazz festival weekend. For ney's, Beach is the Heads Up day, Oct. 15. treated to some songwriting ability first with the 1995 release of debul album "Whirligig," ;ingle, "Devil's Diary." completing the tour from dbum, "L," Faye and The t ways. Since returning to in March 1998, Faye has Lh such mega artists as John ',r of Velvet Underground Francis Dunnery and Gef- ist Garrison Starr. rmation about the Dogfish EW. notice the entertainment more lengthy than usual tt's because Autumn Jazz is only one week away and has entertainment slated. '98, "Fall for the Music," aigh note with the Young :ert, 5-8 p.m., Wednesday, Ley's Blues & Jazz Restau- Lsicians from the Cape stage during the event. the mission of the ld sets the tempo for the information, call Syd- at Ruddertowne in Dewey a megaconcert featuring Band, 6-9 p.m., Thurs- a mere $20, you'll be finest jazz you'll ever The Jeremy Lyons Trio includes (l- r) Norman Lee Sheppard, Jeremy Lyons and Steve Lewins. The group will perform at Sydney's Blues & Jazz, Friday, Oct. 9. lay your ears on, plus a "Taste of Area Restaurants," provided by Cape Regiorr fine dining establishments. For detailed information about Autumn Jazz '98, call the jazz festival hotline, 226- 2166 or 800-29-MUSIC, or stop by the Jazz Joint at 236 Rehoboth Ave., next door to Sydney's. A Web site with information is also posted at <www.rehoboth-dewey- jazz.com>. REHOBOTH BEACH Adriatico: First Street. Friday, Oct. 16 - Raphael Paris Jazz Quintet, alternating with Bobby Girafalco in a "Tribute to Frank Continued on page 66 Rehoboth Christmas Sh()p underway at convention center Shoppers attending the Rehoboth Christmas Shop this year will be pleasantly surprised to find a large selection of clothing available for their particular needs and taste. The French Shoppe, of Nashville, Tenn., will come to the show for the first time, offering designer clothing at a great price. Proprietor Col. James Dismuke, has arranged a display of ladies' apparel that will fill the side meet- ing room at convention hall. "The French Shoppe is definitely an exciting addition to our show," say Priscilla Smith and Carol Searles, who search out the best shops available each year and then sign them up for the show. "We were really impressed when we visited another show last year and were able to see how well The French Shoppe was being received by everyone," they said. Not to be outdone in the clothing line is Virginia Monroe's collec- tion of casual ladies' wear from Chateau Monroe in New Bern, N.C. Included will be knits, cash- mere and wool clothing. Lucy's Handpainted Clothes of Baltimore will also offer great casual selections for women on the go. Men's fashions will also be on display at the show as Beyond the Garden Gate of Princeton, N.J. will feature "The Rogue's Gallery," with gift items for gen- tlemen. JCR Imports/Exports from Mount Vernon, Vt., will again offer a selection of handbags of every description. Gift items for that special person and for the home and garden may be found at these specialty shops: The Market- place, for English garden tools and French wire accessories. Continued on page 67 "r rt C ff "u 5 The French Shoppe CherchiesLtd. I Oewcraft O oot 1 The Christmas . Cafe Finishing Touches Marketplace Lucy's Handpainted Clothes Micki Altschuler Designs Topiary Creations Beyond the Garden Gate Rogue Gallery Jailhouse Antiques & Christmas Shop The Bake Shop Borror & Brand Boutique Birds-R-Us . o Julia Hickman Stitchery m Raffle Imports/Exports  The Sew Sews I -, - "1o o D "/1 m The illustration above shows where the various shops are located throughout Rehoboth Beach Convention Center du'ing the annual Rehoboth Christmas Shop, Friday, through Sun- day, Oct. 9-11. [