Siouxland or Bust

This year marks my FIFTH (!!!) season with The Dregs. The very first time I laced up my peasant bodice with them was in 2010 at The Siouxland Renaissance Festival (check out their website, yo). Here is a picture from my very first Dreggy weekend:


dat hat, tho
dat hat, tho


This was not my first outing to the Siouxland Festival. I was not always a Dreg, lovely Droopies. Oh no. First I sang with a reputable a capella group called DeCantus. Then I lowered my musical expectations and joined the ridiculousness that is this band.


my black hair brings all the boys to the yard, and they're like, 'nope'...
while the hair dates from 2007, my boobs look exactly the same


It’s a good weekend to test out the garments before MRF, to see what needs tweaking, changing, or just to get used to wearing your garb again.


most interesting man


We are leaving on Friday, June 6th and can’t wait for this weekend of debauchery professional musicianship. Stop by if you’re in town!

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Author: Molly

Molly has been hogging the spotlight since she first started playing the violin in 1988. She soon realized a life of performance and poverty is more exciting than earning a sustainable living, so she double majored in music and theater. After years of romping around at reputable places in the Twin Cities including The Minnesota Opera Chorus, Bloomington Civic Theater, and The Jungle Theater, Molly lowered her standards and gave The Dregs a try in 2010 and finally made this 'Irish' band legit with a fiddle player. Molly is going to graduate school for her masters in education to hopefully learn how she went so very wrong.

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