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Arts & Entertal ment Bethany Blues resurrects Sydney's Sunday jazz jam Porecki, King among weekend performers Old and new combine to cre- ate a classic Jazz Festival experi- ence at Bethany Blues in Lewes, as Sydney Arzt, an original founder of the Rehoboth Beach Jazz Festival, hosts her first jazz festival weekend in five years. Former owner of Sydney's Side Street, later known as Syd- ney's Blues and Jazz Restaurant, Arzt provided one of the hottest ,iz venues in the nation for two 6cades before se .llLng her busi- ness in 2006. Her Jazz Festival Jam, held Sundays at the close of each annual festival, became such a popular event that almost all tickets were sold in advance and any remaining disappeared within hours of online sales. Sydney's Jazz Jam is over, but her passion for live music sur- vived and Jazz Festival 2009 set the stage for the beginning of re- lationships that would result in the birth of the newest, most ex- traordinary jazz venue at the beach - at Bethany Blues. Raley strikes a chord Bethany Blues opened at its Lewes location in 2009 and its managing partner Kevin Roberts wanted to bring quality live year- round music back to the beach. Roberts says that a statement made by sultry jazz vocalist Peg- gy Raley during the 2009 Jazz Festival touched his heart. "Peggy said that when we lose venues for live music, the com- munity loses a piece of its soul, and I agree," Roberts said. "We needed a quality venue for live music. I needed to do my part to help save our artistic sense and the intimacy, magic and spon- taneity of jazz." Collaborating with Arzt, Roberts launched the monthly Sydney's Music Revival series at Bethany Blues. Follow- ing its start Jan. 8, a new stage was constructed before the Feb- ruary performance, and by March, the event had grown from monthly to bi-weekly to weekly. Steppin' Out )) DEWEY BEACH • Lighthouse Raw Ran 124 Dickinson Ave., Lyric Drive Deck Party every Saturday, 1 p.m. Spokey Speaker every Monday, 9:30 p.m. Element K every Thursday, 9:30 p.m. Ruddertowne. 227- 6444. ,J Rusty R. 124 D!ckinson Ave., Ruddertowne. Mondays - Kristen & Joe, 9 p.m.; Wednesdays - Lost in Paris, 9 p.m. Thursdays- 1.ove Seed Mama Jump, 9 -" p.m. Sundays - Burnt Sienna, 9 p.m. Friday, Oct. 15 - DJ Bis; Saturday, Oct. 16 - Full Effect; Friday, Oct. 22 - DJ Bis; Saturday, Oct. 23 - it's Alive; Friday, Oct. 29 - Split ' Decision; Saturday, Oct. 30 - Halloween Closing Party with Love Seed Mama Jump; 227-3888. :' • The Starboard: Highway One. Friday, Oct. 8 - DJ John Hardy, 9 Im.; Friday, Oct. 15 - DJ John Hardy, 9 p.m.; Saturday, Oct. J6 - DJ John Hardy, 9 p.m.; Saturday, Oct. • 16 - 11:11; Oct. 20-22 - DJ John Hardy, 9 p.m. 227-3600. -, Venus on the Half Shell: Dagsworthy Avenue. Wednesdays - Paul Cullen, 7-10 p.m. 227-9292. ,AI.EWF..S • Annahella's: 1201 Savannah Road. Wednesdays - Bryan Clark sings, 6:30-9 p.m. and chooses chef's special foe the :-night. 645-1980. • Betseme: Second and Market streets. Closed through Oct. 18. 645-8108. • Bethany Blues: 18385 Coastal Highway. Friday, Oct. 15 - The Benji Porecki Project with Bryan Fox, Steve Taylor, Deren "%lessmen and Mike Ault; Saturday, Oct. 16 - The Ray Schinnery Band with Shirley King;Sunday, Oct. 17 - Sydney's Music : Revival hosted by Peggy Raley And Sherman Ward featuring entertainers including Deanna Bogart, Johnny Neel, Shirley King, Joe Baione, Keith Mack, Elwoocl Bishop, David Raynor, Ed Shockley, Big Hat, No Cattle, Comfort Zone and The Funsters, 4 p.m.; Wednesday, Oct. 20 - Love Seed Duo of Rich and Pete, 7-10 p.m.; Thursday, Oct. 21 - Team Trivia with DJ Bo, 8 p.m.; Friday, Oct. 2"2 - People Will Talk featuring vocalist Vessa, 9 p.m. 644- 2500. • 6ri Ham Tavern: Route 24. Friday, Oct. 15 - DJ Porky; Saturday, Oct. 16 - Sneak Preview Band/DJ Porky, 8:30 p.m.; Sundasy, Oct. 17 - Karaoke with Nancy, 7- II p.m. 645-9911. • Iri Eyes at Anglers: Anglers Road. Thursdays - The fabulous Shockley broth- ers; Saturday, Oct. 16 - FreshJy Squeezed. 645-6888. • Jaltes Seafood House: Route 1. Friday, Oct. 15 - Sol Knopf; Friday, Oct. 22 - Bryan Clark; Friday, Oct. 29 - Tony Mowen. 644- 7711. • 1776 Steakheuse: Midway Shopping Center. Fridays and Saturdays - Bernard Sweetney, 7-10 p.m. 645-9355. • TijNm Taxi: Route I. Tenley Court. SaturdaY, Oct. 16 - White Hot Mess, 5 p.m.; Saturday, Oct, 23 - The BuIletts, 8 p.m. 644-8294. LONG NECK • J.D, SiM:kers: Route 24, Peddlers Village. Thursdays - Paul Cullen, 6-9 p.m. 945-B850. •  Ran Long NeckRoad. Thtrsdays - Kamke with DJ Sidekick. 945-4001. MILTON • IllUam Grill: 122 Mulberry St. Thursdays - Let's Do Trivia, 7:30 p.m. Fridays - Anthony Carmen, 4 p.m. 684-4211 • Irish Eyes Pub and Restxmant: 105 Union St. Fridays - Let's Do Trivia, 8:30 SUBMITTED PHOTOS PEGGY RALEY IS A MOVING FORCE behind the re rrection of the Sydney's Music Revival at Bethany Blues. Shown (I-r) with Raley are Mike McShane, Dave Schiff, Fred Hughe t and Warren Orr First Jazz Festival weekend The Beni Porecki Project, fea- singer Ray Schinnery, appearing turing Porcki with Bryan Fox, 9 p.m. Saturday with special This weekend marks the first Steve Taylor, Deren Blessmen guest Shirley King - the daugh- Jazz Festival weekend for Syd- and MikelAult, appears 9 p.m. ter of Schinnery's greatest influ- ney's Music Revival at Bethany Friday, wi jazz and funk clas- ence, blues great B.B. King. Blues, and Arzt has mustered an sics, R&B d blues. Then the Sydney's Music Re- incredible array of musical talent Highligtting the weekend is tOtival.celebrate her return to the fes- blues guittrist, songwriter and | p.m. registration. Thursday, Oct. 14 - Josh Rose; Thursday, Oct. 21 - Ashley Mitchell Duo. 684-8889, REHOBOTH BEACH • Aqua= 57 Baltimore Ave. Tuesdays - Holly Lane with John Flynn. 226-9001. • Arena's= 149 Rehoboth Ave., in the Village by the Sea Mall. Sundays - Karaoke, 10 p.m. Mondays - Team Trivia, 7 p.m., and Monday Night Football specials. Saturday, Oct. 9 - Stellar Blue; Friday and Satuday, Oct. 15-16 - Dave Hillyard and the Rocksteady 7; Satuday, Oct. 23 - Caravan; Saturday, Oct. 30 - lower case blues. 227- 1272. • Back Porch Caf6:59 Rehoboth Ave. Thursday, Oct. 14 - Peter Fraize Trio; Friday, Oct. 15 - Bruce Chapelle 01 a.m. to 3 p.m.) and Peter Fraize Trio (7-10 p.m.); Saturday, Oct. 16 - Paul Cullen (11 a.rn. to 3 p.m.) and Paul Cullen Latin Jazz Duo (7-10 p.m.); Sunday, Oct. 17 - Van Williamson Trio Ol a.m. to 3 p.m.) and Bruce Chapelle (6:30-9: p.m.). 227-3674. • Case DilLeo: 721 Rehoboth Ave. Thursdays - Bryan Clark. 7-10 p.m. Tuesdays - Karaoke. Friday, Oct. 15 - Johnny Neel with Ed Shockley and Keith M,ck, 8 p.m. 226-8660. • Cloud 9:, 234 Rehoboth Ave. Every Friday and Saturday DJ Vixx; every Sunday Ms. Peaches & the Cloud 9 Angels; every Monday karaoke. 226-1999. • Conch Island Key West Bar and GHII: 207 Rehoboth Ave. Friday, Oct. 15 - Comfort Zone; Saturday, Oct. 16 - Matt Avery. 226-WEST. • Dogfish Head Brawings & Eal 320 Rehoboth Ave. Friday, Oct. 15 - Tom Larsen Band; Saturday, Oct. 16 - The Bullbuckers; Saturday, Oct, 23 - Big Fat Slim & the Has Beens. 226-BREW. • Dos Locos: 208 Rehoboth Ave. Tim vival becomes complete with ai Continued on page 86 227-2234. • Irish Eyes= 52 Rehoboth Ave. Thursdays - Live miJsic with The Time Police, 8 p.m. to midnight; Sundays - Irish Night with Danny Fisher, 5-9 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 16 - Dawn & the Williams Project. 227-5758. • POIe Parrot: 134 Rehoboth Ave. Every Sunday Tisha Towers' Birdcage Bad Girls; every Friday, Saturday karaoke. 226-1139. • Rehoboth Ale House: I5 Wilmington Ave. Mondays - DJ Bump. Wednesdays - Euro Dance Party. Thursdays - Acoustic jam with Josh. 227-2337. GRAMMY/ARD nominee Johnny Neel, formerly' of the AIIman Brothers, Lonnie Mack nd Gov't Mule, will per- form at 8 p.n, Friday, Oct. 15, a t Casa DiLeo in Rehcboth Beach. Songwriter Neel will be jcined by Ed Shockley and r the special perform- Keith Mack t ance. Neel, a also perforrr Dickey Betts songshave L Tritt, Montgo McClinton, a information  restaurant at located at 7Z laushey Trio - Friday, Oct.15, noon-4 p.m. 22 • Frogg Pond: Wednesdays - DJ Sharon Mes lower case blue Wiedmann and and Thursdays Divas of One L( 16 - Tear the R( Zone (6 p.m.) a Wilmington Native, has ed with the legendary n his road band. Neel's een recorded by Travis neE/Gentry and Delbert ong others. For more tbout the show call the !26-8660. Casa DiLeo is Rehoboth Ave. hursday, Oct. 14, 7-11 p.m., -6 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 17, T-3353. iouth First Street. /iki Dee, 6 p.m. Fridays - ina, 6 p.m. Sundays - . Mondays - Pete the Gamilons. Tuesdays i Karaoke. Friday, Oct. 15 - We, 10 p.m.; Saturday, Oct. of Off (2 p.m.), Comfort d Higher Hands (10 p.m.). • Salt Air:. 50 Wilmington Ave. Saturdays - Phil Knight on acoustic guitar, 7 p.m. 227-2444. • Seafood Shade 421/2 Baltimore Ave. Thursdays - Karaoke with DJ Sea Shell, 8:30 Fridays and Saturdays - Live music, 8:30 p.m. to midnight. Sundays - John Flynn, 7-10 p.m. Friday, Oct. 15 - Karen Murdock; Saturday, Oct. 16 - Christine Havrilla. 227-5881. • Summer House: 228 Rehoboth Ave. Tuesdays - DJ =IY: Fridays and Saturdays - • DJ JY. 227-3895. • Timothy's Tap House & Raw Ban 19598 Highway One. Thursdays - Misspel Komedy Knight, 9:30 p.m. Mondays - DJ Woody• Sunday, Oct. 17 - Jazz festival after-closing party jam featuring the Philly George Project. 227-3435. • Vi’toria's Restaurant: Boardwalk Plaza Hotel, Olive Ave. Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays - Pianist Jeff Irwin plays the Great American Songbook, 6-9 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays - Pianist Jeff Irwin returns, 6-10 p.m. 227-0615. • Zogg's: I Wilmington Ave.. Wednesdays - DJ Wood, 10 p.m: Fridays -'Live acoustic music, 10 p.m. Saturdays - DJ Fatty, 10 p.m 227-7660.