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Only in Sussex: This weekend

Andre Lamar * Delaware
andre.lamar@doverpost.com
Dover Post

1. Kathie Martin & The Hot Rods are a live jukebox for oldies and rock ‘n’ roll.

Martin is a multi-instrumentalist trained in the disciplines of guitar, piano, flute and saxophone.

She began her professional music career as a member of the Fabulous Hubcaps Show Band from 1980 to 1993. After that, she formed her own band with her late husband, Willie Farrell.

Kathie Martin & The Hot Rods will roll out to the Milton Theatre, 110 Union St., Milton at 8 p.m., Friday. COST $20 to $25. INFO miltontheatre.com or 684-3038.

2. Southern Delaware Chorale will celebrate Black History Month with the program “A Choral Tapestry.”

The ensemble’s repertoire covers music by composers from the Renaissance to modern day, and some patriotic pieces and well-known hymns.

SDC performs regularly at Old Christ Church in Laurel as part of its ongoing series of fund-raising concerts, and at Georgetown Presbyterian Church. Each year the ensemble performs a Christmas program at the Sussex Correctional Institute, according to its website.

“A Choral Tapestry” will get underway at Epworth United Methodist Church, 19285 Holland Glade Road, Rehoboth Beach at 3 p.m., Sunday. COST $25 general; $10 student. INFO southerndelawarechorale.org or 260-7022.

3. Guitarist Dirk Quinn has a habit of getting funked up with his namesake, Philly-based band.

The high-energy funk/jazz band is enticing to a wide range of listeners, from jazz snobs to fans of jam bands.

Hearing classic rock as a teen became the gateway to Quinn becoming attracted to the guitar. His appetite for peculiar music led him down a musical rabbit hole that had him jamming to Mahavishnu Orchestra and Primus.

Quinn and his band will serve up their home-cooked jams at Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats, 320 Rehoboth Ave., Rehoboth Beach from 10 to 11:30 p.m., Friday. COST Free. INFO dogfish.com or 226-2739.