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New England Shake-Up: Sunday Night

9:22 PMDollie DeVille

We made it to the last post of my New England Shake-Up series! I can't beleive it has taken me this long, but it's really not that that big of a surprise. I just have the most in-depth event coverage that I have ever seen, that that takes a lot of time. Thanks for understanding! 


The first act I caught was legend of New England rockabilly, Rick Bounty singing his songs like "It Will Be Me". He put on a great show! The Legends of New England Rockabilly were backed up by The Rollin' Pins.



Next up was legend of New England rockabilly Brehon Herlihy. He played his hit "Reform School Baby". I heard Brehon was the drummer on "Tallahassee Lassie". How cool is that? He covered the song in his set. He was great! It was such a pleasure to get to see these local legends preform. 


The next artist up was Bloodshot Bill from Montreal. He preformed earlier in the weekend, but this time he was doing his one-man-band act. There is no one quite like Bloodshot Bill, that's for sure! 


The Raging Teens closed out the weekend like no one could. 


Then the band called all of the acts from the entire weekend onto the stage for a final round of applause. It was a great way to end the night!

Here is my video footage from the night:




 Afterward the DJ played late into the night, so I made sure to wear a dancin' outfit. I wore a vintage harlequin top I got at Tiki Oasis, vintage pink velvet capris, and Remix wedges with vintage accessories. I loved this outfit! I did get one comment that it was "day wear" implying that it wasn't fancy enough to wear at night, but what do I care? It's pink and harlequin! 

What a great weekender, especially for it's first year! Thanks to Beck Rustic for putting on this great event!
I still have some odds and ends to share about the weekender, including my haul of vintage purchases! 

XOXO
Dollie 



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