The Room at Cedar Grove is at 32882 Cedar Grove Road near Lewes. For tickets, go to https://www.paulcullen.rocks/.
The newly expanded Room at Cedar Grove has a September lineup that includes international recording artists, local favorites and even a magic show. The events benefit Paul Kares, the charity that musician- chef Paul Cullen founded with Jim Rivette to help young musicians and aspiring culinary professionals. The nonprofit has provided grants to young musicians heading to educational and enriching music events, such as Roots Rock Revival in the Catskills, and to an aspiring chef on a culinary school trip to Italy.
Dates and performers are:
Friday, Sept. 15: Mama’s Black Sheep, featuring singersongwriters Ashland Miller on guitar and vocals, and Laura Cerulli on drums and vocals. They also perform covers. Tickets are $65 and include a wine dinner.
Sunday, Sept. 17: Magician Chris Michael isn’t about pulling rabbits from a hat. He’s leveraged his magic and comedy to help the FBI work as a team and energize salespeople. Tickets are $75 and include a wine dinner.
Thursday, Sept. 21: Illiterate Light from Virginia is a duo that plays guitar-driven indie rock. Tickets are $75 and include a wine dinner.
Saturday, Sept. 23: Singersongwriter Jeffrey Gaines returns to Lewes after selling out shows in The Room last year. Tickets are $95 and include a wine dinner.
Thursday, Sept. 28: Hot Sauce, perhaps the area’s hottest band, brings its spicy music to The Room. They’re a little bit Herb Alpert, a little Gipsy Kings and a lot of fun. Tickets are $85 and include a wine dinner.