Rockabilly fans and pomaded-up Daddy-o-s showed up at club Scarlet Tuesday night for the launch of JS Sloane's men's grooming products and pomade. Sloane's co-owner, Smutty Smith, legendary upright bass player for 80's UK neo-rockabilly band The Rockats, performed at the party, busting out some of his wild onstage moves for the audience. Adding to the '80s-flashback feel, Smutty was joined on stage by Rockats singer/buddy Dibbs Preston. Also on hand was Eddie Clendening, of Million Dollar Quartet fame.
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