Photos: 'Stache Bash 2009




Headlining this year's event was the inimitable John Oates of the incredibly famous pop duo Hall & Oates. After living the past two decades sans lip hair, Oates regrew a thin -- but admirable -- handlebar mustache for his performance.

Yet as rockin' as Oates' was on stage (concert review here), what really made the party were the people. Check 'em out below.

John Oates: The look of a man asking himself: "What the f--- am I doing here?"
John Oates: The look of a man asking himself: "What the f--- am I doing here?"
click to enlarge Finalists for the Robert Goulet Mustache American of the Year included: Arizona Diamondback pitcher Clay Zavada, professor Dr. John Yuetter, and CBS News reporter Bill Geist
Finalists for the Robert Goulet Mustache American of the Year included: Arizona Diamondback pitcher Clay Zavada, professor Dr. John Yuetter, and CBS News reporter Bill Geist
click to enlarge and the winner...Clay Zavada
and the winner...Clay Zavada
click to enlarge Chicago-based "Flavor Savors" got the party going with mustache-themed power ballads, synchronized dance moves and gratuitous groping.
Chicago-based "Flavor Savors" got the party going with mustache-themed power ballads, synchronized dance moves and gratuitous groping.





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