Posted Thu Nov 3, 2011 11:05am PDT by Wendy Geller in Our Country
Source: Our Country, The Yahoo Ram Country Music Blog
Halloween 2011 is over and done--we've eaten all the candy and looking forward to Thanksgiving by now, right? However, here's a little extra treat left over from the holiday for you to enjoy.
The JaneDear Girls played a show on Halloween night at Raleigh, NC's City Limits Saloon. Fans of the sassy vocal duo know that the Girls enjoy dressing to the nines on a regular basis--so, of course, the pair went all out for Halloween, choosing cute/spooky costumes for their stage appearance.
However, they didn't stop with just wigs and makeup. Instead of launching straight into some butt-kicking country, the Girls--and their entire band--treated the audience to the Vincent Price rap from Michael Jackson's classic "Thriller." Oh, and they didn't stop there, either. Check out their rendition of the famous zombie dance from Jackson's equally classic video.
Pretty dang cute, no? (Kudos to the guy in the diaper, as well. Now that took some guts.)
The JaneDear Girls followed their zombie routine by "rising from the dead" and kicking into their decidedly live-ly single "Merry Go Round." Whosoever shall be found, without the soul for getting down? Not this band!
The JaneDear Girls will be appearing at a few select dates in November; you can keep up with their event schedule here.