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50 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, November 8 - November 14, 1996 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Steppin 0lit Take a stroll with Avenue M at Sir Guy's in Rehoboth By Jen EUingsworth The winner of the Best Pop Demo at the South By Southwest Music Conference in Austin, Texas, the band Avenue M will debut its self-titled CD at Sir Guy's in Rehoboth on Satuday, Nov. 9. The band's music is influenced by an array of artists, from Annie Lennox and George Harrison to Tears for Fears and The Police. Recorded and produced at Tar- get Studios in Newark, the album includes 14 original pop-rock songs written by the husband and wife team of Laura and Keith Moss. The group has been togeth- er for about a year, said Keith. He said Saturday's release party will be the first time that the CD will be available anywhere. Although Avenue M usually performs in the Wilmington area, the group is no stranger to Sir Guy's. Saturday will be the fourth time the band has played at the Rehoboth establishment, said Moss, whose brother Marc is the front man of the band Bad Sneak- ers. A Cape Henlopen High School graduate, Keith's wife Laura Moss has been singing since childhood. Her strong voice landed her gigs for international audiences that included Barbara Steisand, Dud- ley Moore, Dick Cavett, and many other celebrities. Her first shot at rock and roll came at age 17, when as Laura Ludwig, she fronted The Name, a local original and cover band. After her stint as the 1988 Miss Delaware, she went on to record a self-titled album of original songs and sing with The Levelheads. She has also been keyboardist and back-up singer for many area bands. Keith Moss has been a part of many local bands, including the Nik Everett Group, The Porch Chops, and the Art Farm. As a full-time engineer and producer at Target Recording Studios, he is well-known for his live sound and lighting work. Avenue M also includes Wilm- ington brothers Scott Green on bass, and Jeremy Green on drums. Both brothers have played togeth- er musically since childhood, and the two have composed original songs for over 10 years. Together, the Green brothers lend an experi- enced and solid rhythm section to Avenue M. Saturday night will be the first opportunity to purchase the. Avenue M compact disc. Here is your entertainment line- up for other resort establishments: REHOBOTH BEACH Arena's Bar and Deli: 149 Rehoboth Avenue (in the Village by the Sea Mall); every Sunday - acoustic jam; every Thursday - Mexican Fiesta Night, Friday, Nov. 8 - Avant Gardeners; Satur- day, Nov. 9 - The Patty Costis Band; Wednesday, Nov. 13 - DJ Joker; Friday, Nov. 15 - Scrapple; Saturday, Nov. 16 - Tequila Mockingbird. Call 22%1272. Crab Barn: 4345 Highway One. For information, call 227- 6700. Club Potpourri: 316 Rehoboth Avenue; Live jazz Fri- day and Saturday nights. For information, call 227-4227. Dogfish Head: 320 Rehoboth Avenue; Saturday, Nov. 9 - Brax- ton Hicks. Wednesday, Nov. 13 - Sir Guy's Pub in Rehoboth will host Avenue M on Saturday, Nov. 9 for the band's CD release party. The self.tiffed CD is the first effort for the band, who performs original pop.rock music. Cliff Hillis' Acoustic Friends fea- turing Paul Lewis; Saturday, Nov. 16 - Juliet's Wishing Well. For information, call 226-BREW (2739). Frogg Pond: First Street and Rehoboth Avenue; Friday, Nov. 8 - Karaoke; Saturday, Nov. 9 - The Forecast; Saturday, Nov. 16 - Blues Deville. Call 227-2234. Irish Eyes: Ocean block of Wilmington Avenue; every Mon- day - Monday Night Football on five TVs and a six-foot wide screen; every Wednesday - Paul Lewis Duo (of Dead City Radio) from 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. For information, call 227-2888. Muiligan's Tavern: 622 Rehoboth Avenue. For informa- tion, call 227-5488. Oscar's Seafood Restaurant and Bar: 247 Rehoboth Avenue. For information, call 227-0789. Sea Grille: atop the Henlopen Hotel (Lake Avenue and the Boardwalk). For information, call 227-2551. Sea Horse: 330 Rehoboth Avenue. Saturday, Nov. 9 - Michael Howard. For informa- tion, call 227-7451. Sir Guy's: 243 Rehoboth Avenue; Closed Wednesdays. Fri- day, Nov. 8 - The Nalldrivers; Sat- urday, Nov. 9 - Avenue M; Friday, Nov. 15 - Burst of Silence; Satur- day, Nov. 16 - Naked Blue. For information, call 227-7616. Sydney's Blues and Jazz Restaurant: 25 Christian Street; Friday, Nov. 8 - Rely Gray & Sun- fire Reggae; Saturday, Nov. 9 - Doug Jay and the Blue Jays; Thursday, Nov. 14 - BigHat Music and 'Po Boy sandwiches; Friday, Nov. 15 - Funch Rhythm 'N Blues; Saturday, Nov. 16 - The Persuaders. For information, call 227-1339. Woody's Bistro: 2 Christian Street. For information, call 227- 2561. DEWEY BEACH Rusty Rudder: Dickinson Continued on page 51 Nautical Sounds Barbershop Chorus to present "Heritage of Harmony" The Nautical Sounds Barber- shop Chorus of Ocean View will present its annual show on Satur- day, Nov. 16 in the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center at 8 p.m. The show theme is the "Her- itage of Harmony" which conveys the history of the development of barbershop singing from its incep- tion around 1870 until today. The presentation also captures the beginning of fellowship created by Harmony through lyrics and a unique style. The songs also tell which is more meaningful than prose alone. A guest quartet known as Note- ability will be featured. This quar- tet was the finalist in the Mid- Atlantic District Competition held in Easton, Mr. in May of 1996. Other quartet performers will be Harmony Zone and the Chorus's representative Four Grains of Sand. The Ocean View Chapter is a member of the International Bar- bershop organization known as S.P.E.B.S.Q.S.A, and is dedicated to the charity known as Heart Spring whose primary function is the treatment of economically and physically impaired children whose hospital is located in Wichita, Kan. To date, the Society for the Preservation of Barbershop Singing in America has donated $11 million to this organization and its work. Tickets are available from any chorus member or at the door. They arc $8 in advance and $8.50 at the door. The Nautical Sounds, seen here in last year's production of KORD Radio, will return to Rehoboth Beach Convention Hall on Saturday, Nov. 16 with Heritage of Harmony.