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ette Cape Gazette NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7- MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2014 35 MACK LAUNCHES 'THE MOMENT' AFTER YEARS OF PLAYING with Joe Cocker, Paul Young; Cyndi Lau- per and Patty Smyth & Scandal, guitarist, singer/songwriter Keith Mack launched his debut album "The Moment" Oct. 15 on the indie label Shed- works Records. On Thursday, Nov. 13, Mack will celebrate the release of the "The Mo- ment" with a performance at Bethany Blues. Joining him on stage will be John Thompson on keys/mandolin and from Scandal, Eran Asias on drums, Torn Welch on bass and Cliff Hillis on guitar. Cliff will also be per- forming the first set. Mack's earlier solo releases showcased his fingerstyie playing but this collection of nine original tracks brings Mack's voice to the forefront on every song. From the opening mandolin and hard-driving Hammond Or- gan sound on "The Secret of Fire," to the ever-hopeful power ballad "Kind Word," and the bluesy soul-searching track "When Right is Wrong," Mack brings an honest and emotionally charged soulful sound to this de- but CD. Mack will be touring to support his new release but can also be seen performing worldwide with Cyndi Lauper and Patty Smyth & Scandal. The CD is available at iTunes, Amazon, CD Baby and at The music starts at 9 p.m. and CDs will also be available at Bethany Blues. Ad- mission is free. . Dover English Country Dancers meet Nov. 8 The Dover English Country Dancers invite everyone to dance the night away at their monthly dance Saturday, Nov. 8, at 7:30 p.m., in Ehinger Hall of the Eliza- beth W. Murphey School at the intersection of Kings Highway (Route 8) and Kent Avenue in Dover. The special guest caller will be George Tolton of the Heri- tage Dancers of West Chester, Pa. Tolton will teach and call all dances. No experience need- ed. Casual clothes; comfortable shoes. Couples and singles wel- come. Beginner instruction at 7 p.m. Great exercise; lovely mu- sic! Admission is $10 per adult; $5 per student. For more informa- tion see or call 302-697-7858. Guest bartender at 16 Mile Nov. 15 The 16 Mile Brewery at 413 S. Bedford St., Georgetown will host a guest bartender event from 5 to 8 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 15, to benefit the Delaware SPCA. Tips and $1 from each sale will be donated to the SPCA, and pets are welcome at the event. For more information, contact Ryan Griffith at 302-856-6361, Ext. 15 or email Visit TOY For Day-Long Special Events w "o r~ e) ,, ,, 1 - 6PM Bring your whole family for GAME DEMONSTRATIONS, CRAFTS TO MAKE, GIFT WITH PURCHASE AND RAFFLES. 10% of the proceeds will be donated to Lewes Library Building Fund Get a head-start on your Holiday Shopping! 132 2nd St. Lewes, DE 302.645,8448 ETCH\ Open Daily. Free Gift Wrap Visit Our Website at : I [ l I I Ifi :1