September 28th – October 5th: Physical Graffiti, Sharon Sable, Trunk Show, WWII Camp Show

In The Light performs Led Zeppelin’s Physical Graffiti

On Saturday, September 29th, following an over-sold out performance at the Arden Gild Hall, In the Light – a Delaware-based band formed for the sole purpose of paying homage to this classic album – will perform Physical Graffiti in its entirety on the stage at World Cafe Live at the Queen. With lead vocal duties carried by well-known performer Joe Trainor and a compliment of top-shelf local musicians including Scott Lawing, Andy Faver, Christian Salcedo, Steve Kuzminski and Matt Urban, this is a performance not to miss! World Cafe Live at the Queen, September 29th, 8 P.M.

 

Clifford Brown Year-Round Jazz Series: Sharon Sable

Sharon Sable is becoming a much sought after and beloved vocalist. She is a favorite among musicians and music lovers due to her lyrical and sensitive approach. She has worked with Babyface, Boyz II Men, Pink and other international pop stars. Sable’s love of melody and instrument have led her to explore all genres of music. Christina Cultural Arts Center, Inc., October 5th, 7 P.M.

 

Delaware By Hand Trunk Show 

Join us in celebrating and supporting the talents of the Biggs Museum’s artist members. The featured objects include hand blown glass, woodwork, textiles, jewelry, pottery and sculpture that will be available for purchase in the Museum’s retail gallery. 10% discount for Biggs Museum members and 25% of all sales benefits the museum’s exhibitions and educational opportunities. Biggs Museum of American Art, October 5th, 5 P.M.

 

Stage Door WWII Camp Show

A Cabaret Show portraying USO Canteen and Road show that is a salute to the men and women who served our country during the second World War.  Songs like “You’ll Never Know”, “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy” and “Stardust” just to mention a few, bridged the separation and gave us the strength and pride to go against “the foe”. Sussex County Airport, October 5th, 6 P.M.

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