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April 07, 2005|By Ann McArthur and Annie Linskey

Still having fun

Curious to hear what new lyrics the songwriter of "Girls Just Want to Have Fun" has written? Find out at Andy's in Chestertown tomorrow, when singer-songwriter Robert Hazard performs songs from his self-released new album The Seventh Lake. Hazard is less rocker and more poet in his new collection of songs that features his bluesy vocals, which tell stories of love and life.

The show starts at 9:30 p.m. tomorrow at Andy's, 337 1/2 High St., Chestertown. Tickets are $5. Call 410-778-6779 or visit

Tilbrook at Funk Box

Former front man of the 1970s band Squeeze, Glenn Tilbrook, hits the Funk Box tomorrow with his three-piece band, the Fluffers. The vocalist, songwriter and guitarist will perform many of Squeeze's hits along with songs from his second solo album, the newly released Transatlantic Ping Pong. Accompanied by the bass, keyboard and drums, Tilbrook will sing upbeat and catchy pop tunes that are similar to the ones that made him famous as a part of Squeeze. Guitarist Eric Hutchinson will also perform.

The doors open at 8 p.m. and the show starts at 9 p.m. tomorrow at the Funk Box, 10 E. Cross St. Tickets are $15 in advance and $18 the day of the concert. Call 410-625-2000 or visit

Meet the Fleet

The Chesapeake Sailing Association will hold a Meet the Fleet brunch Sunday at Joy America Cafe. The association is for single people who like to sail. It organizes weekend and day cruises throughout the summer and does a moonlight cruise once a month when there is a full moon. At the brunch, the skippers will introduce themselves to prospective crew members and talk a bit about their boats. The brunch starts at 10 a.m. The cost is $10 for members, $15 for nonmembers. A continental breakfast is included.

Joy America Cafe is on the top floor of the American Visionary Art Museum. The museum is at 800 Key Highway. Call Jane at 410-825-9148 or visit www.chesapeakesailing

- Ann McArthur and Annie Linskey

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