"He kisses all the girls; he's just shameless," says Diane Rodelli of the Pagan Hellcats as Pete Pawsey, lead singer of the Radar's Clowns of Sedation, leans in for a kiss on the Weaver Street Market lawn on Sunday, Sept, 28, 2014. Over 180 acts played for free across downtown Carrboro from 1 p.m. to midnight during the 17th annual Carrboro Music Festival.
"He kisses all the girls; he's just shameless," says Diane Rodelli of the Pagan Hellcats as Pete Pawsey, lead singer of the Radar's Clowns of Sedation, leans in for a kiss on the Weaver Street Market lawn on Sunday, Sept, 28, 2014. Over 180 acts played for free across downtown Carrboro from 1 p.m. to midnight during the 17th annual Carrboro Music Festival. mschultz@newsobserver.com
"He kisses all the girls; he's just shameless," says Diane Rodelli of the Pagan Hellcats as Pete Pawsey, lead singer of the Radar's Clowns of Sedation, leans in for a kiss on the Weaver Street Market lawn on Sunday, Sept, 28, 2014. Over 180 acts played for free across downtown Carrboro from 1 p.m. to midnight during the 17th annual Carrboro Music Festival. mschultz@newsobserver.com

Scenes: The Carrboro Music Festival, Sept. 28. 2014

September 30, 2014 12:01 PM