Hillbilly Hootenanny West Side Review

A few months ago, I found out about the Hillbilly Hootenanny. It is an event that happens at the Ritptide bar the first Sunday of every month. It sounded interesting, and I kept it in the back of my mind as something to do. I was able to go last night, and had a fun time. The crowd was low key. The musicians were friendly. And, the music was good. I don't know much about country, but did at least recognize two songs, Walking After Midnight and I Still Miss Someone. Check out the video below to preview one of the songs from the playlist. 



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The bar was quite small. By the time we got there, the only place to sit and see the band was right in front. I didn't want to flash right in the eyes of the performers. This was the only photo I took with the flash. So, I apologize for the blurriness of the rest of these photos.




Quarterman Jack Champion


Jinx Jones


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 Many years ago, I felt my hillbilly blood (my maternal grandfather was a hillbilly) itching to be set free. I went on a vintage western shopping spree, but never felt brave enough to wear it in public. I sold almost everything I had collected except this shirt and these boots. I never wore the boots. Unfortunately,  my feet don't like boots. I am trying to pose with them here, but only one of them is on. The other foot is just sitting inside the boot. I was trying to pose in a way to not make my leg look weirdly jointed, but I just ended up looking like I had an abnormally long leg. I feel a little sad that I can't wear boots (I've tired several times) as I liked this outfit quite a bit.



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