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68 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, December 3 - December 9, 1999 ARTS & F00NTERTA INMENT Inca Campers takes center stage at Sir Guy's By Jen Ellingsworth Fronted by former Burning Bus keyboard/accordian pIayer Trixi Greiner, Lancaster, Pa.-based ensemble Inca Campers takes the stage at Sir Guy's in Rehoboth Beach on Saturday, Dec. 4. Formed a handful of years ago as a side project of Bus, another successful Lancaster band, Inca Campers melds elements of many different musical styles to produce a sharp, eclectic sound. Although the foursome calls Pennsylvania its home, it performs at shows throughout the Mid-Atlantic states England-born cowgirl Sally Timms will lay down her blue velvet lariat and play some mean guitar at Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats at 10 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 5. A $4 cover charge is in effect. For information, call 226-BREW. of Delaware and New Jersey as well. Greiner is joined by another Bus alumni, bassist Neil Kreider. Inca Campers also features Matt Underhill on guitar and Chris Payne on drums. Citing musical influences from artists as diverse as Beck, Lauryn Hill and XTC, the band uses solid songwriting as its vehicle for its music. While a few trademark songs are sure-fire standards at each of its gigs, the Campers are consis- tently churning out enough new material to keep their shows alive and interesting. While Greiner is responsible for penning most of the material, just as she was in Burning Bus, songwriting input is issued from all four members. The Inca Campers have two CDs, Voodoo Kitty and another self-titled release, both of which are available at all of the shows. Listen to Inca Campers on-line at For more infor- mation about the Sir Guy's show, call 227-7616. Sally Timms, known as Cowboy Sally, will appear at 10 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 12, at Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats in Rehoboth Beach. A native of Leeds, England, Timms grew up in the Yorkshire dales, singing in the church choir and performing poetry recitals as a child. At 20, she moved back to Leeds and met up with the Mekons, Gang of Four and other Leeds art punk bands, making her first recording in 1980 with her friend Pete Shelley, a filmscore for a non-existent film called "Hangahar." She released two eps and one lp, "Somebody's Rocking My Dreamboat," in the early 80s and also recorded and performed occasionally with Marc Almond and began singing occa- sionally with the Mekons, whom she joined in 1985. She continued to make solo recordings as well, her last, "To the Land of Milk and Honey" released in 1994. Her lat- est recording, featuring many local musicians, for Bloodshot Records, is "Cowboy Sally's Twilight Laments for Lost Buckaroos." REHOBOTH BEACH Arena's Bar and Deli: 149 Rehoboth Ave. (in the Village by the Sea Mall). Every Sunday - Karaoke night. Friday, Dec. 3 - Plan B; Saturday, Dec. 4 - Grabus Feelgood; Wednesday, Dec. 8 - Red Alert Band; Friday, Dec. 10 - Shake Dog Shake; Saturday, Dec. I I - Lenahan. For information, call 227-1272. Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats: 320 Rehoboth Ave. Friday, Dec. 3 - The John Faye Power Trip; Saturday, Dec. 4 - Stargazer Lily with Ben Arnold; Friday, Dec. 10 - The Bary Koral Band; Saturday, Dec. 11 - Three-band Indie Night featuring Tube Dutch, Hurricane Lamps and Braxton Hicks; Sunday, Dec. 12 - Sally Timms, l0 p.m. For information, call 226-BREW. Lancaster, Pa. based Inca Campers will perform Saturday, Dec. 4 at Sir Guy's in Rehoboth Beach. Catch local favorites Electric Velvet at Sir Guy's on Friday, Dec. 3. Frogg Pond: First Street and Rehoboth Avenue. Karaoke on Friday and Saturday. Five piece all women's jam session and ladies night on Wednesdays with Blue Raven. For information, call 227-2234. Sir Guy's Restaurant and Pub: 243 Rehoboth Ave. DJ Chris Mal, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. on Tuesdays. Friday, Dec. 3 Electric Velvet; Saturday, Dec. 4 - Inca Campers; Friday, Dec. 10 - Continued on page 77 Milton artists in library exhibit, all around the house tour Art abounds in Milton Saturday, Dec. 11, as the town celebrates holiday festivities from morning until night. The annual Holly Festival, sponsored by the Milton Chamber of Commerce opens the day at 10 a.m. and runs until 3 p.m. The second annual Milton Tourism Committee-sponsored Christmas House Tour follows immediately, 3 p.m. - 7 p.m. The tour features eight homes that range from the Colonial era to post Victorian. House tour tickets, $8 advance sale, can be purchased in Town Hall, Peninsula Gallery and Governors Antiques. They will also be on sale the day of the tour at the Holly Festival tour day price is $10. Starting Friday, Dec. 10, and spanning all day Saturday, the Friends of the Milton Public Library sponsor an art show featur- ing the paintings of Claude and Dorothy Hurd, Miltonian transplants from New York. The library art show, 121 Union Street, is 1 to 5 p.m., Friday, and 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday. Refreshments will be served courtesy of the Friends of the Milton Library and admission is free. Dorothy Hurd is a library assistant at the Milton Library. The Hurds artwork has been exhibited and sold throughout New York and New England. The two are both members of the Rehoboth Art League and will exhibit at the Children's Beach House invitational art show in December. The Hurds recently did paintings of each of the eight houses on the Historic Milton Christmas House Tour Also on exhibit and making the rounds of festivities in Milton is the work of Milton artist Julie Baxendell. Known for her watercolors, Baxendell created the Christmas House Tour logo displayed on tour posters, T-shirts and sweatshirts. The holiday scene along the Broadkill River is in soft evening tones, showing holiday dec- orations along the river and the lighted tree that stands next to the library. Baxendell said she wanted to show some- thing with a warm and homey feeling. Shirts are on sale in Town Hall and a tick- et/shirt discount package is available. Her work has also served as the logo art for the Hot Air Balloon Festival also in Milton. For information on Milton holiday activ- ities, call the chamber, 684-1101. Rosanne Pack photo Showing off art to be seen in Milton, Saturday, Dec. 11, are, kneeling (l-r) artists Claude and Dorothy Hurd and Julie Baxendell. Joining the artists are (l-r) Nancy Rhue, president of Friends of the Milton Library, Barbara Brewer, chair of the town house tour committee, Dennis Hughes, secretasry/treasurer of the friends andMary C. Hopkins, library director.