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68 - CAPE GAZE]WE, Friday, October 9 - October 15, 1998 Bottle &amp; t00orK, convention center sites of major Autumn Jazz Festival headliners Autumn Jazz '98, "Fall for the Music," features top-shelf enter- tainment from national artists, Oct. 15-19, are venues including the BayCenter in Ruddertowne, the Bottle & Cork in Dewey Beach and the Rehoboth Beach Conven- tion Center. The Cape Region is the ideal setting for the ninth annu- al festival, an endeavor of the Delaware Celebration of Jazz Inc. Hennessy Cognac, a proud sponsor of the jazz festival for sev- eral years, is on board again for Autumn Jazz '98. While in atten- dance at festival events, be sure to sample a Hennessy "Sidecar," the official cocktail of the jazz fest. In addition to the slate of nation- al and international entertainment included in the festival, dozens of establishments in the area will also feature jazz entertainment at their venues. Autumn Jazz '98 kicks off Wednesday, Oct. 14, with the Young Musicians Concert, 5-8 p.m., at Sydney's Blues & Jazz Restaurant. The annual concert showcases young talent and ushers in the festivities. A concert cabaret at the Bay-. Center in Ruddertowne, Thursday, Oct. 15, 6-9 p.m., will include a Taste of Rehoboth Restaurants. The Heads Up Super Band is the featured entertainment for the cabaret. The group features an all- star lineup of artists Joe McBride, Gerald Veasley, Kenny Blake and Keith Carlock. Tickets are $20 and include the concert and A Taste of Rehoboth Restaurants. Friday, Oct. 16, will feature pop- fusion keyboardist Tom Grant, who will open for headliner Di- anne Reeves at the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center at 8 p.m., Friday, Oct. 16. A performer with deep reservoirs of emotion, sparkling vibrancy and precise control, Blue Note recording artist Reeves is revered as one of the true great treasures of jazz. Tick- ets for the concert, sponsored by Hennessy, Grand Marnier and Moet Chandon, are $20. The Scotty Jazz Celebration Concert will lead off events Satur- Kim Waters will perform during the Scotty Jazz Cele- bration, a free concert at the convention center, Saturday, Oct. 17. day, Oct. 17, 1 i a.m. to 2 p.m. ai the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center. The free concert, spon- sored by Connectiv, will headline saxophonist Kim Waters. Includ- ed in the event will be a musical tribute to the first grand jazz mar- shall, keyboardist Larry "Scotty" Scott, with appearances by the five-piece contemporary jazz group, Extremity, and the Cape Henlopen High School jazz band. Roomful of Blues, a red-hot nine piece band specializing in swaggering, horn-drenched blues, will perform at 3 p.m. at the Bottle & Cork in Dewey Beach, Satur- day, Oct. 17. On tour to promote their latest release, "There Goes the Neighborhood," Roomful of Blues was named Blues Band of Dianne Reeves will head- the Year in the Downbeat 44th line a Friday, Oct. 16 concert Annual Critic's Poll. Tickets are at the Rehoboth Beach Con- $20. vention Center. Saturday's events kick into high gear at 9 p.m. at the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center, with former Chick Corea saxophonist Eric Marienthal opening for South African guitarist/singer/song- writer Jonathan Butler. Named one of the top five contemporary jazz artists in "Billboard" maga- zine's 1998 midterm report, But- ler plays virtuosi, blues-soaked guitar and draws from rhythm and blues, jazz and South African township jive, when he sings and scats. Tickets are $30. Bluesman Kurt Elling will open for headliner Charlie Hunter at 3 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 18, at the Re- hoboth Beach Convention Center. The concert is sponsored by Beck's beer. Featured performer for Hunter, an eight-string guitarist, Saturday, Oct. 17 at the con- recently launched his fourth Blue vention center is South Note release, "Return of the Can- African artist Jonathan But- Continued on page 70 ler. I Join us for our last weekend of the "98 season. Serving Lunch & Dinner Friday & Saturday 11 - 10 Sunday 11 - 9 Closed for the season Monday, October 12 g   '>';: :i;,::, :..: .:.... ';  :e..:  :. 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