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4 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15 - MONDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2010 NEWS Cape Gazette REHOBOTH JAZZ FEST CELEBRATES 21ST OPENING Blue Moon restaurant won the seafood category of the Taste of Jazz Festival com- petion with its seafo pasta made with shrimp, crab, smoked Tasso ham, roasted tomatoes and a saffron cream sauce. Shown serving their award-winning dish to Paul McKnight of Leaves is owner-manger Meg Gardner. STEVEN BILLUPS PHOTOS BASSIST GERALD VEASLEY, third from right, won the Artist of the Year Award for this year's Rehoboth Beach Autumn Jazz Festival. Veasley was presented the award Wednesday, Oct. 13, during opening night of the jazz festival at the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center. Shown are (I-r) Denny Santangini, Delaware Celebration of Jazz president; Bing Crosby and Leon Galitzin, Delaware Celebration of Jazz board members; Veasley, the Rev. Perky Scott, master of ceremonies; and Kas Naylor, Delaware Celebration of Jazz board member. The Cove restaurant of Dewey Beach won the chicken category of the Taste of Jazz Competition vith its Cajun chicken and dumplings. Shown ready to sample the dish is J. Cagny France, left, of Milton and Rich Garrahan, Cove director of marketing. / The Contours kept the crowd dancing throughout the show. Shown enjoying the show are Stephani Pagan and Jimmy Broad- hurst. Slim Man, the ego of singer lira Camponeschi, opened the for The Contours. Producer of the Year was awarded to Paul Mylander. Shown are (I-r) Delaware Celebration of Jazz board members Crosby, President Denny Santangini, Kaz Naylor, Leon Galitzin, Mylander and Jazz festival master of ceremonies the Rev. Perky Scott. Contours lead si Darrel Nunlee made his way into the crowd during the singing of"Do You Me?, "a 1962 major hit on Motown Records that reached scene in the film "Dirty Dancing" starring Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey. ?-:a e eoifeVlili :: : ,