Dusty Rhodes & the River Band
gave what likely is one of their final performances
at Saturday's OC Foodie Fest, and they brought the right amount of Skynyrd-inspired rocking to show why they'll be sorely missed. But don't despair too much: Out of the band's demise comes a sweet campaign poster for front man Dustin Apodaca
's run for Anaheim city council. It features the Matterhorn.
After the jump: The full poster, and an explanation from Dusty.
Apodaca says local artist Brian Lara designed the Disneyland-referencing, Obama-esque artwork. And what was the inspiration? Writes Apodaca in a Facebook message: "I wanted to come across as progressive political leader and ready to fully exploit every new opportunity that may present itself with the new high speed rail that will soon be built in the great city of Anaheim."
Did it work?
|Spencer Kornhaber / OC Weekly|
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