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Levin Brothers to play Paul Cullen’s Room at Cedar Grove June 12

Jazz concert paired with four-course wine dinner benefits Paul Kares
May 27, 2021

The Room at Cedar Grove near Lewes will welcome the Levin Brothers at 6:30 p.m., Saturday, June 12.

The event, which includes a four-course wine dinner, will benefit Paul Kares, which raises money to support aspiring musicians and chefs.

The jazz band is led by siblings Tony and Peter Levin, and includes Jeff Siegel and Jeff Ciampa. Founded in 2013, the Levin Brothers group has released two albums. However, the brothers have been playing with some of the world’s most accomplished performers for 50 years.

“Tony is one of the most recorded bass players in music – and he’s one of my idols,” said Paul Cullen, who owns The Room at Cedar Grove and is a former bass player for Bad Company. “He’s played bass for Peter Gabriel, Paul Simon and Carly Simon. I’m so excited to host him in Lewes.”

Cullen, a well-known area musician and chef, has turned his building on Cedar Grove Road into a hotspot for music, wine dinners and Sunday brunch. For two nights in April, he hosted Philadelphia chef Jeff Michaud and took the stage with pedal steel guitarist Robert Randolph. The sold-out events also benefited Paul Kares, which was founded in 2021.

“We’re off to a great start for the nonprofit and for the Room at Cedar Grove,” said Cullen, who expanded Paul’s Cullen-ary Company last year. “We have a state-of-the-art commercial kitchen, a spacious stage and a market – all in one space.”

Tickets for the dinner and concert are $95 each and seating is limited. To purchase tickets, go to paulcullen.rocks.

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