Rabbits & Rags Sweetheart Pop Up at May's Place

It's time for the second annual Rabbit's & Rags Sweetheart Pop Up at May's Place, taking place February 3rd-5th. 10% of sales from the pop-up with be donated to the ACLU and International Institute of St. Louis.

Be sure to join us Friday, February 3rd from 5-9pm for late night shopping, drinks and refreshments! 

Here's a little preview of some of the vintage treasures that will be available! 

Vinyl Wednesday: Waylon Jennings

Black on Black, 1982

Iconic outlaw country crooner Waylon Jennings put out a ton of albums in his day. We're talking over 30 records from 1964-1998. Black on Black was released on RCA Victor in 1982.  Though it gets a lot of criticism for being over-produced and not true to Waylon's more raw sound - it does feature some great tunes like covers of Hank Williams "Honky Tonk Blues" and Johnny Cash's "Folsom Prison Blues", as well as collaborations with Willie Nelson on "Just to Satisfy You" and backing vocals by his wife and fellow country music star, Jessi Colter. No Waylon collection is complete without it, and it's available now! 

Vinyl Wednesday: Brewer & Shipley

Tarkio, 1970

Released in 1970 on Kama Sutra Records, Tarkio is the third album from midwest bred American folk rock duo, Brewer & Shipley. The album is named after a small town in Missouri that the duo played regularly on their circuit of college gigs. It features the bands biggest hit "One Toke Over The Line", which peaked at #10 on the Billboard charts, as well as a cameo from the one and only Jerry Garcia playing a steel guitar intro on "Oh Mommy". The duo is best known for their socially charged lyrics that reflected the sentiment of the youth movement of the late 60's & early 70's - especially surrounding the Vietnam War and finding personal and political freedom.