On Thursday night we went to go see our friend Chris “Sugarballs” Sprague in his band Sugarballs and His 18 Wheelers play at Weber’s in Reseda. This was part of Weber’s new “Western and Roots Thursdays” put on by our friend Karen. We met Sugarballs, Sandra, Rene and Alana there. We have never been to Weber’s, but had heard a lot about it. Apparently Weber’s has been there a really long time. The place is pretty cool. It has a good size stage, lots of seating, tons of flat screen TVs (where they show movies and the band that is on stage) and they have a nice VIP area upstairs for the bands, where they had beer, water, soda, sandwiches and cookies. You can tell they really want to take care of the bands. Weber’s also has a full menu and bar. They had a lot of beers on tap including Miller High Life for $2! What a steal. They also have a lot of imported beers by the bottle. We didn’t try the food, but the prices were fair and it looked good. Sugarballs always puts on an entertaining show, and this Thursday night was no different! His truck driving music always makes you feel good. He covered East Bound and Down, Truck Drivin’ Man, and 6 Days on the Road. He also did some old honky tonk and country covers (think Hank Williams) that were a hit with the western swing crowd. He also played a few rockabilly jivers for me and Zack to dance to. The night started getting really crazy when he did a trio of sugarballs theme song parodies. That was a riot! One of the audience members, Elizabeth (the bartender from Joes) kept yelling out for Sugarballs to take his shirt off, so Sugarballs said he would if she took hers off first……and she did! Sugarballs upheld his part of the deal and took his off too! This was one crazy show! She was dancing around in just a pink bra, then she got on stage to trade shirts with Sugarballs. I have never seen that at a show before! He said none of it was planned, but he just went with it. It was a good laugh for sure, and some people got some funny pictures. Oh, and I know you all just want to know what I wore, so I will try and attach pics to this post later. When I actually find a free moment to load them. I wore a cute outfit I got from my bestie Alana: a vintage tan wool skirt, with a vintage black sweater top that was trimmed at the neck and shoulders with tan and gold, and my black suede remix wedges.