Don’t Hassle Me I’m Local...A collection of local films from local filmmakers

A Religious Experience for Film Lovers...

Don’t Hassle Me I’m Local...A collection of local films from local filmmakers

Walt Hetfield

May 17, 2018

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm

$5-10

This event is 13 and over

Film Screening at 7pm.

Live Music starting at 6pm: Walt Hetfield

Art by: Kam Productions and Scott Deming

15+ beers. 7 wines. Craft Maine Root Sodas. Tons of snack food. 

 

The historical Milton Theatre is a uniquely diverse venue where you will find the best local, regional, national, and international talent. Free municipal and on-street parking are available. Full bar and light food options available. This facility is fully accessible.

Revival House Theatre
Revival House Theatre
The Revival House is a platform to celebrate the experience of going to the movies. Our mission is to foster a community through the shared experience of film and presenting programs that are unique, entertaining, and fun. Within the walls of the historic Milton Theatre, we hope to provide monthly screenings equally dedicated to cinema and community.
Walt Hetfield
Walt Hetfield
Walt Hetfield has been involved in the Sussex County music scene since he first moved here from Colorado some thirty-two years ago. Born and raised in scenic Plainfield, New Jersey, Hetfield first picked up the guitar at the age of 17. His first guitar was a birthday gift from his grandmother to help him cope with the death of his father who passed away three days before his eighteenth birthday.

In 1982, Hetfield played his first professional gig in Colorado Springs with the Sideminders, a “psychedelic jam-band”. After three years of playing the clubs of Colorado Springs in with the group and solo he relocated to Rehoboth Beach DE. His first group in Delaware was called Key North. Along the way Walt met guitarist Jorma Kaukonen who subsequently introduced him to violinist Papa John Creach who recommended that he pursue a formal education in music. In 1988, Walt enrolled in West Chester University to study music and music education.

In 1993 having completed his degree, Walt returned to Rehoboth and became the music and band teacher. Since then he has been involved with numerous groups including Prairie Dog, Little Sister, Lisa Scott & the Melting Pot. Walt’s current group OH BOY! A Tribute to Buddy Holly has been together for ten years.

Walt Hetfield’s solo guitar playing is influenced by finger pickers such as: Chet Atkins, Leo Kottke and his mentor Jorma Kaukonen. Hetfield’s material is eclectic covering folk, blues, rockabilly, and country, alongside his own originals.