18 Wheelers and Mitch Polzak at Brunch Americana

4:32 PMDollie DeVille

On Sunday June 5th we headed to Brunch Americana at The Redwood because Zack was playing with Chris "Sugarballs" Sprague and his 18 Wheelers. Before we left I actually remembered to get a picture of my outfit:

I wore my new two piece squaw outfit that I got from Viva Las Vegas.
I looooove it!

Mitch Polzak came all the way from San Francisco to play the Brunch Americana. His band 10-4 was the opener for the afternoon. 

Lil 'ol me with Dave "Pappy" Stuckey and Miss Sandra Sprague. 

Zack getting some love from Sally Jo and Sandra. 

Next on stage were these fine looking men: 

Chris "Sugarballs" Sprague and His 18 Wheelers!

Featuring Mitch Polzak on the double neck guitar. 

That's Pappy on drums. 

That's the one and only Deke Dickerson in the audience. 

Sugarballs did a great set. 

Deke came on stage and sang "There Stands The Glass", which in my opinion is always his best singing. Deke, please record that song pronto. 

It was Deke's birthday a few days before the show, so Sugarballs made sure he got a good b-day spanking.
Yes, that is Zack mic-ing Dekes butt. It had a great tone.  

Sugarballs is always hanging around. 

Then Sugarballs sat on Mitch's shoulders to play a solo. But the only way to get off was to....

grab the chandelier of course! At this exact moment that poor chandelier had enough and finally fell down. 

R.I.P Redwood chandelier. Why is it so dark in here?

If the falling chandelier wasn't enough excitement, we still had Mitch Polzak on stage with The Royal Deuces! Mitch was great as always, so I bought his new CD. I must say, I really like it and would recommend it to any truck driving music fans out there. 

Pappy and Sally Jo dancin'.

Sandra, Amber, and I finished off the night at the bar with some girl talk. 

Brunch Americana always proves to be the best thing going on on a Sunday afternoon/evening!


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