Photos: Rough Shop Holiday Extravaganza at the Focal Point, Saturday, December 11

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On Friday and Saturday night, the Focal Point in Maplewood hosted Rough Shop's annual Holiday Extravaganza. Guest stars such as Steve Carosello, Toby Weiss, Chris Grabau, John Horton and Kate Eddens joined the band to sing holiday originals and cover favorites from Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, Darlene Love, Dolly Parton, the Korgis and more. Kholood Eid went to the show on Saturday and brought back the following photos. Take a peek...

Andy Ploof, Anne Tkach and John Wendland of Rough Shop - KHOLOOD EID
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  • Andy Ploof, Anne Tkach and John Wendland of Rough Shop

View a Rough Shop Holiday Extravaganza slideshow

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Dave Stein of U. City and son Gabriel, 3, dance during the seventh-annual Rough Shop Holiday Extravaganza at the Focal Point - KHOLOOD EID
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  • Dave Stein of U. City and son Gabriel, 3, dance during the seventh-annual Rough Shop Holiday Extravaganza at the Focal Point
Vintage decorations such as this dotted the stage - KHOLOOD EID
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  • Vintage decorations such as this dotted the stage
Toby Weiss takes a photo during the show - KHOLOOD EID
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  • Toby Weiss takes a photo during the show

John Wendland of Rough Shop - KHOLOOD EID
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  • John Wendland of Rough Shop
Andy Ploof of Rough Shop - KHOLOOD EID
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  • Andy Ploof of Rough Shop
Toby Weiss singing during the show - KHOLOOD EID
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  • Toby Weiss singing during the show

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