Erin DeWitt/OC WeeklyThe Squirrel Nut Zippers take center stage at Hootenanny.
Photo by Patrick Range McDonaldMike Ness - sure he fronts Social Distortion, but also records and performs under his own name - at Hootenanny, Oak Canyon Ranch in Orange County on Saturday July 5
Erin DeWitt/OC WeeklyMike Ness of Social Distortion on his famous Orange County guitar.
There may be no other music festival in the 21st century where parasols are such a key part of the accessories
Erin DeWitt/OC WeeklyKim Nekroman of the Nekromantix.
Rockabilly Hall of Fame member Glen Glenn performing at Hootenanny
Erin DeWitt/OC WeeklyMesmerized Social Distortion fans.
Glen Glenn - 73 years old and with 50+ years of performing under his belt. He got a big shout-out from Big Sandy who performed earlier in the day and played a new song they had recently recorded with him.
Erin DeWitt/OC WeeklyTroy Destroy of the Nekromantix.
Royal Crown Revue. In suits! Man, it had to be hot up there.
Erin DeWitt/OC WeeklyCustom Made Scare brings some rockabilly-punk sound to the Hootenanny sidestage.
Sunglasses and fire engine lipstick
Erin DeWitt/OC WeeklyKatherine Whalen of the Squirrel Nut Zippers covers up backstage.
Erin DeWitt/OC WeeklyFestival ladies take their shade with style.
Front of the stage at Hootenanny. Despite the heat, it was a relaxed, mellow time; with good food, pompadours, excellent music and an undying appreciation of women in fishnet stockings
Erin DeWitt/OC WeeklyThe legendary Dave Alvin goes solo.
Nick 13 of Tiger Army, one of Hootenanny's main headliners
Erin DeWitt/OC WeeklyThe car show glistens in the summer sun.
Now that is a bass
Erin DeWitt/OC WeeklyBathing beauties.
Tiger Army at Hootenanny
Erin DeWitt/OC WeeklyCustom hot rods.
And the crowd loves 'em.
Erin DeWitt/OC WeeklySolo artist Michael Ubaldini out and about.