Paul Kares to present The Beatles Unplugged Nov. 18
Delmarva’s dynamic musical duo, Tony Sciuto and Robbie LaBlanc, will perform music of The Beatles at 6:30 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 18, at The Room at Cedar Grove near Lewes.
The Beatles Unplugged, which includes a four-course dinner, will benefit Paul Kares, a Lewes-based nonprofit that supports young performers and culinary artists.
LaBlanc, a lead vocalist and guitarist, performs with multiple bands and has a solo act.
Sciuto previously played with the Little River Band and Player. He has written hits for Tina Turner, Bay City Rollers and B.J. Thomas.
“I’ve played with both musicians, and they are excellent entertainers,” said Paul Cullen, who founded Paul Kares with Jim Rivette. “I’m looking forward to performing with them again on Nov. 22, Thanksgiving Eve.”
Cullen previously played with Bad Company, and he and Sciuto formed Bad River with drummer Alex Fitzkee.
Tickets to The Beatles Unplugged are $45 and include the dinner. Beverages will be sold separately.
The Bad River fundraising dinner tickets are $125 and include wine pairings with dinner.
To purchase tickets and for more information, go to paulkaresde.org.