Good Nights Had Here!
This is an awesome dive bar, I have to say it has FANTASTIC bartenders, great events, I had no idea about. This is not your mama's bar. I had an amazing time last night. I met some incredible men that can walk better in heels than I can, and I was born in heels. It was so fun. I met some of the nicest people I have met since I have been here. It reminded me of a flair of Palm Springs mixed with a little John Waters type filth. Why, I can't explain, I loved it there!
I was introduced to the Dirty Shirley, one of my new favorites! The bartender added a hibiscus cherry vodka! It ruled. I just recalled the Shirley Temple being my favorite drink before my big opening as a lounge singer when I was five, so A Dirty Shirley only makes sense! The DJ was awesome, the scene was fun, I got to play, and it has been a long time since I had the chance to play. It was great! I would highly recommend this place if you aren't homophobic, loud noise isn't an issue because you came to dance, so check the events for the evening, and if you enjoy a surprisingly delicious drink if you so desire, this is the place to be. I haven't enjoyed a business this much, since I left home. I will be back.
It was a super rainy night in Denver, I had been waiting to see this freak show I kept hearing about. I was kind of obsessed about checking it out, it just so happened to be going on with some other very incredible acts that evening at Bushwacker's! I hopped in the car bearing gifts for the freaks I had been dying to meet and I was off.
When I arrived the door man was fantastic, very welcoming! The decor and theme of the joint was well done in a eclectic, antique-ish, and super fly at the same time time if you can picture that! The waitress ruled the school that night, can't complain! The booking was brilliant.
The first act I saw was Jimi Nye! Woo what a good time he is. He put on a great set.
The next performance I was graced to see was The Faded FreakShow and wow! It was much more than I had originally anticipated. It was a mixture of old vaudeville, a bit of burlesque, very dark in nature, even a little naughty, not to naughty though. It was classic carnival with a twist! The shows are amazing. First was Fathom Swanson who does a fantastic burlesque act in a very vampy, classic, dark way and let me tell you, she is super talented and has nothing to hide. The second I saw her do her tassel work I wanted lessons! She is hot and sensual, and dark! Then came Slim Fadey is a total freak and super entertaining! He is called the Human Skeleton! He capture the audience with comedy, truly an extraordinary eye-catcher! He begins with clothes pins in his face, and slaps them off and they make a cringing snapping sound as they fly. Then he proceeds to pierce his arms with several 20 gage piercing needles, hung several weights from his septum, ears, and nipple piercings! If that wasn't enough, he proceeded to pierce his cheeks with guitar strings twice and played it like an instrument! I was fascinated, I enjoy the unusual, and the odd. Next was Nicotine the Obscene, the strong man of the troop. He bent a rebar around his neck & put his hand in an animal trap. If I could have, I would have run off and joined a circus. Then the closing act was Rose West and her victim in The Murder Scene! That was fun and sexy duo of playful demise! I got pics!
Church fire was an crazy fun electric disco band. The had so much energy
and the vocalist tights were nothing short of amazing as was her voice!
The last band was Andy D.They rock my socks! I loved these two that performed. They reminded me of Electric Six, Revolting Cocks, Prince, and Scissor Sisters all combined. They are amazing! Better than I can describe, they are part of what my wonderland would include. You must see these people.
Bushwacker's, I have to say, you gave me a night I will not soon forget! Thank you.
I have been to the Good Hurt several times. Tonight was a bit different. I went to support a friend and their band, that was cool, they were awesome..
The night was called Punk Rock Karaoke! Fantastic idea. I didn't stay for that part. I bet it could have been cool, or really, really bad, which could have also been good, so win, win situation.
My friend and I left a bit early, and to our surprise as we were sitting in the car laughing our tushes off, cops, lots and lots of cops. I found out, that a drug house was being raided across from where we were sitting, a body was found in a trunk of a car. We fled the scene.
Not that this has anything to do with the Good Hurt, The club is small, tons of fun, and there is a dancers poll on the floor. Staff is fantastic as well. They let me put up a few fliers for awesome upcoming events.
Good Hurt is cool, all and all I had a very exciting evening to say the least. I heard some awesome punk rock, I was on the list, meet some crazy kids, was right in a huge danger sight. so many cops. It was like a movie.
I will go back to get a glimpse of this Punk Rock Karaoke!
WOW, The Edison was amazing, I wasn't sure what to expect, I had a friend who worked there and helped set up a special night for me. It was grand, industrial, ultra 20's, the women that worked there wore fantastic reproduction or authentic 20's beaded dress, the ambiance was that of the 20's. The pictures on the walls were amazing and they were playing a strange cartoons type film that reflected on the walls. I was in awe, I loved to see how the kept some of the original Edison electrical pieces. They had several rooms you could rent for parties. The bartenders were awesome, the food was amazing, I would for sure come back to this place. I completely enjoyed it. It was like walking in to a time warp, the green absinthe pixie cart girl who sold bottles of liquor that looked similar to the poison bottles I collect, but small. The place is totally swanky, I loved it! I don't drink and I enjoyed everything, untill it got so packed I couldnt move. It's an awesome place! Check it out if you can! Not to be passed up!
It was yet another fun event! I have to admit I had to do some studying up on this one! I had the chance to see some of my favorite yelpers, and meet some I had never met. The Glendon was beautiful, and the staff were very nice, I missed the food! That's what I get for being late. The mustache element was marvelous and challenging! Which brings to mind, I met Elliot, very nice, and his stache must have shifted. It looked as though he was crying hair, thus the start of the Revolution! It was fun, I am a people watcher, and these are some people to watch. The event was highly entertaining ,had lovely scenery, and I had a great Shirley Temple! I was glad to have been there. Yes, props Katie B. I didn't get to met Christina Y. Maybe next time.
I got invited to The Magic Castle a while back, and learned of a family member who is a member there. SWEET! I had a blast. The scenery is amazing, the paintings are awesome and spooky cool. There is a strict dress code, the group of us that went had diner reservations. Our waiter was fantastic, he was doing all sorts of tricks while he was serving the dinner. If you watch closely you will see. If your not paying attention to the waiter you will miss a show meant for you. he did all sorts of cool glove tricks, it was awesome. There was some mingling and then off to the show, our tickets got us up close to the stage, and there were several performers, each had a different style, but really amazing. I was not at all disappointed. The food was good, not spectacular for the price you pay. All in all it was a great night I will go as many times as I can get passes from my gracious family member who really gave all that joined in the festivities a fantastic evening. It is absolutely a must experience if you can get in, in Los Angeles!
This evening was quite an adventure, not to mention the first elite event I had the privilege of attending. I was asked to be a + 1, and was so excited, especially because Tess M asked if I wanted to attend. I meet her through Yelp, but found we have a mutual friend. I was really looking forward to meeting her. She pulls up at my place around 4:15pm, we are rolling. We arrive at the destination at 5ish. We walked the pier and saw a Dive sign, I naturally thought it was a SCUBA business. This was prior to the Yelp table being set up, so we passed it by twice, I should have taken a closer look.
After getting a full work out, calling Dave A. and several 411 calls (neither of us had Internet access) we finally saw the fantastic red table out in front of the "SCUBA" business. Alas, there was the lovely Hazel, and we had arrived. Down the stairs we went, into a really cool, really dark, Johnny's Dive.
I went up to the bar all sweaty from our tour of the whole Redondo Pier, and ordered my usual Shirley Temple, extra cherries. The band was awesome, saw some of my favorites, Nicole, Andrius, Katie for a second, Joan, and I meet a few new faces. I finally met Christina. Yay! The atmosphere was cool, hard to see people, The food was awesome, and the cookies were amazing! All in all it was an awesome evening. I achieved so much. I me Tess (one of my favorite Yelpers), worked out, talked to Dave A, and got to go to an Elite event all at once!
I had a great time. I enjoyed the adventure to the event ,getting to know Tess, the documentation of the evening, and the event was awesome. It was a beautiful evening at the beach. Thanks to all the people that made this evening possible!
I used to go here almost every Tuesday back about 11 years ago, and I loved it. It is the youth of today expressing them selves through language of the heart. These poets can put words together that can explain an emotion I have never been able to identify with words. It is deep and truly an amazing experience is an important forum for personal expression without criticism or judgment. It is every Tuesday night starting at 9 pm sharp, but being early is a must if you want to get a seat. I get the chance to hear, feel, and think in a different way every time I go. I highly recommend it!
Amazing!!! I went here, It was a beautiful cloudy, looked like a stormy night was upon us. What was even better was The School of Rock was a pre performance, and the grand entertainment for the evening was (drum roll) Wayne's World!
We arrived, just as we pulled up and of course we were meeting another group there, it begins to pour, not an L.A. type of pour but a Colorado down pour. I have to say my line experience was superb! The woman in front of me handed over an extra umbrella and let me keep it through out the night! We we let in found our wet bench and claimed our spots for ourselves and our friends.
The School of Rock came on and these kids travel on tour, and man they were good, I was dancing in the rain.They even did a tribute to the Beastie Boys "Sabotage" and a girl sang, I was so impressed, I almost peed! I am a huge Beastie Boys fan from way back. It takes a lot to impress me when it comes to that. The School of kicked behind!
The main attraction began! It was a spectacle of pure fun, less crazy of course than lets say Rocky Horror, but the same free, fun vibe. I really had a blast, I hope to see one more thing their before I come home. I can not wait! Red Rock Rules! If you get a chance, not only is it amazing, beautiful, a fantastic workout, events are tuns of fun!
It was about 7pm and we had finally arrived at the Venetian. We valeted the car, and got in line to check in. It was a long line. I was looking forward to a shower and getting ready for the evening. I leaned over and asked one of my friends what time the show started, and she said 8pm. My eyes popped out of my head. No time to shower. I was in flip flops, no make up, and had been in a hot car all day! It was a friends birthday, so had to get a move on.
We hustled up to the room, dropped our bags and we were off to the next line, the cab line. It was 7:30, we and get into the cab by 7:40 and arrive at the hotel at 7:50, in our seats at the show by 8pm. The music was bumping and the curtains went up.
First things first, I ordered a round of drinks for the drinkers. Then we all made some noise. I picked out my boyfriend for the evening. That would be the Chippendale I thought was the most attractive on stage, and pointed him out to a friend sitting next to me.
For a Vegas male adult male entertainment show it was good. If you go for just beef cakes and stimulation it is awesome. I always notice things that are not perfect in a show. It leads to my own disappointment. If I know less about what they were doing I would have enjoyed it more. For example, they had a performer playing guitar, he played guitar like a bass player and it was not plugged in, he was rocking an awesome air bass, on a guitar. Little things that disturb me. I was disappointed not in the show, but that I could not stop critiquing it.
To my surprise my boyfriend came off stage and began to walk toward me and I thought for sure he was going to go right passed, I looked like hell. I would be so lucky. He reached his fantastic arm connected to his manly hand and grabbed a hold of my hand. We ran on stage. Where he preceded to rope me. I was lassoed, and there was a line of almost nude men at the end of the lasso. They spun me down the line, flip flops and all. I thought my flip flops were going to fly into the audience, what a show that would have been. At the end of the line I got to see all their fronts (packages), and much to my disappointment they had stockings on their you know whats! I understand covering them up, but can't we give them costumes too! That would have been the ultimate.
When I got off stage all the ladies wanted to know about the packages. I told them about my disappointment. I think they thought I was a lunatic. So be it. I still think that the little men need costumes too!
Los Angeles, CA 90028
I won the 59 for 69
59 songs (4.2 Hours) of Panty-Droppin' Hits,
Courtesy of Jacob "Shorty" V.
I got home, popped the MP3 in my computer, and my panties just flew off! Yes this was a special mix, and for the purpose and requirements of this event, I must say "It would work"! So many ranges, and styles included, all labeled and dated! The title alone would get panty droppin' action! I am impressed!
I have to say - Marvin Gaye Feat. Tammie Terrell (1967) was a fantastic starter.
All I Have To Give - Backstreet boys (1996) Boy bands!
All or Nothing - O -Town (2001) - Boy Band
Back at one - Brian McKnight (1991) This is a pantie dropper!
Back For Good - Take That (1995) - Boy Band
Bless This Broken Road - Rascal Flats (2004) - Maybe!
Broken Wings- Mr. Mister-brought back memories!
Caribbean Queen (No more Love on the Run) Billy Ocean (1984), I have that 45, very nice.
Cool It Now - New Edition(1984) remember well!
Crazy - K - CI & Jojo (2000) - Could drop panties!
Don't Dream it's Over- Crowded House (1986) Good times!
Down Low (Nobody Ha To Know) - R. Kelly (1995) Nice groove, not a fan of the lyrics, never have been:]
Dreaming- OMD (1988) Awesome!
Drowning - Backstreet Boys (2001) - Need I say BOY BAND
Faded - Soul Decision (2000 )- That one is cool! I don't recall it!
Faithfully - Journey (1983) I do love Journey!
Father Figure - George Michael (1987) Forgot about that one, much enjoyed.
Fever - Peggy Lee (1959) HOT!
Get it on Tonight - Montell Jorden (1999) - Pantie Dropper after Dancing! While dancing!
(God Must Have Spent) A little More Time On You - 'N' Sync (1998) BB
Hard to Say I'm Sorry - Chicago (1982) - going down
Have You Ever - Brandy (1989) - could work, sultry, not my thing
Here I go Again - White Snake (1987) Yummy! Sexy video!
High Enough - Damn Yankees (1990) - Ok
Hold Me Now - The Thompson Twins (1984) were one of my favorites!
(I Just) Died in Your Arms - Cutting crew (1986) YES!
I Remember You - Skid Row (1989) - Power Ballad, it's a dropper!
I Swear - All- 4- One- BB
I wanna Know What Love Is - Foreigner (1984) own that 45 as well! Great pick!
I'd Do Anything For Love (But I won't Do That )- Meat Loaf (1993) Good year, and Meat Loaf, Purr!
I'm your Puppet- James and Bobby Purify (1966) Awesome!
(I've Had) The Time of My Life - Bill Medley & Jeniffer Warnes - (1987) Patric Swayze....
If I Ever Fall in Love - Shai (1992) - That one's good.
If you Leave- OMD (1986) Love it!
Listen to you heart- Roxette (1986) Yes!
Mr. Telephone Man- New Edition (1984) Great!
Never Gonna Give You Up - Rick Astley? I know it well, is it Astley or Iseley?
No Diggity -Blackstreet Feat. Dr. Dre' Awesome! (1996)
I will do more tomorrow! I must sleep! It was a real pleasure meeting all of you! I felt very relaxed and not as nervous as I thought I was going to be. Thank you all for being so inviting!!
OK, I am ready to complete my review! I am at #41-Now and Forever - Richard Marx (1993) I remember it!
Oh Sherrie - Steve Perry (1984) - Yes!!
One Sweet Day - Mariah Carry Feat. Boys 11 Men(1995) - Never got into her or the boy bands:( But still a good choice for some!
OK so I went back and filled in the ones I skipped because I wasn't so much in to them. It is now 1:35 am. I am not done. I must sleep. Be back to finish soon. BB= BOY BAND
I had to give a five star! I missed the event tonight, I had to pick up some art I bought at an earlier show, plus there were other artists showing that I like, Adolie Day, and Benjamine Lacombe. I bought a print, and some other goodies. I have to say that Wade who is there, not sure of his title was super awesome, helpful, and really, really cool! I had a fantastic experience there tonight. i was very pleased. I highly recommend this gallery for seeing shows, doing shows, and I even found out they rent out the space from time to time. It has two floors, and I see an event coming on. I will post my pictures from tonight soon! Plus, I got a preview last night, and Wade reserved some pieces for me. Yes I love Gallery Nucleus!I love going to this gallery! They often have great shows and artists I am fond of. Get there… En savoir plus
Los Angeles, CA 90293
I had a good time, thanks Javier for doing this! When I first arrived I found a group of other people looking around the beach as I was, and yes I lost the phone number. I introduced myself to these stragers, and asked if they were looking for the yelp event as well, and they were. Little did I know they were the crashers, with yummy hang over drinks. Although I'm not a drinker, we could all use hang over cures. I had a chance to meet new yelpers to me, had nice conversations, and quite a bit of laughter .I really enjoyed the atmosphere, there was some nudity, at my request for a second show, as I missed the first. Watched some book burning and booty clapping. Also had a second sighting of some yelpers I had meet at the CD swap!. It was fun. What more could you ask for on a Wednesday night?
WOW!! I was invited to Vegas for an all expenses paid trip by a good friend, to celebrate another friends 21st birthday. The first night we all arrived we had tickets to see Chippendales, that review will be next. None the less that is a different kind of show, we were very loud at that one.
The second night was Zumanity, and to my surprise a ticket had been purchased for me! I had not read up on it or anything so I really did not know what to expect. It had a fantastic opening, I won't tell to much because it was so amazing, I don't want to give it all away. I have to say it was naughty, fantastic, beautiful, sexual, mesmerizing, enchanting, hilarious, incredible, intense, stunning, and there was so much talent! The costumes were spectacular! Really well done!
Having been at Chippendales the night before, I may have gotten a bit carried away, or not. They said at Zumanity, the more noise you make the more the performers know you appreciate what they are doing, that's all I needed to hear for me to make some noise. I wanted to switch it up from my usual, and suddenly Charo came out of my mouth. Reminded me of her in retrospect. Do not know how to explain the sound in letters. I was loud, my friends even looked at me and one of the performers whom I call Breakfast at Tiffany's, glanced in my direction and smiled. I was louder than the instrument's. I had to remind myself I wasn't at Chippendales. It was a blast.
I have to say it was one of the most amazing shows I have seen in a really long time. If you get a chance to see it and the human body doesn't bother you go. It is really fantastic!
February 23rd was the first time I had the opportunity to see a performance here. The theater was beautiful, and had very elaborate decor. There were no cameras allowed for this performance, so I was unable to take pictures. Royce Hall gets an A+ for the incredible evening I had.
As I was told, I was to have two orchestra seats for the show, the box office gave me back of the balcony seating. All I had to do was show them their error at the box office, and they gladly gave us better seats. They were not only better seats, they were even better than orchestra seating. When the new tickets were given to me, I took a look and they were center stage, I believe it was 7th row. I was jumping up and down on the inside. I almost spontaneously combusted. John would have been proud, my shoes were awesome.
This was the evening that UCLA Live had John Waters, THIS FILTHY WORLD GOES HOLLYWOOD, with special guests, Elvis Perkins and Mathew Gray Gubler. The performances were outstanding.
I was so excited to see John Waters. I love the work of that man. He was absolutely charming. He came on stage with this fantastic coat. I wish I had told him how fantastic his coat was. He was hysterical, he told stories about his career, Divine, Kathleen Turner, and Justin Bieber, which was fantastic.
At the end of the evening he did a Q and A session which was so personal and awesome. I had an opportunity to ask a question. Funny how I didn't ask about himself exactly (I already know so much about him), I asked him how his experience with William S. Burroughs was. It was so interesting to hear him tell a story about his past that wasn't about his movies. I got a very interesting and detailed story about Waters and Burroughs experience together. I learned a few thing I didn't know.
That evening was so so amazing. I arrived home and was still so elated, I got into my room took off my coat and shoes and jumped around. This is an evening I will never forget. If you ever get a chance to see John Waters, do it. There is no one like him. You will not be disappointed.
After a great time at the Buckhorn Exchange, we moseyed over to the Diamond Cabaret. I wanted to see if we would be charged, and we were. We had limited cash and we were the only women in there, so we sat back and waited and chose our dancers carefully.
G and I are long time friends from high school. This sort of thing does not make us uncomfortable in the least, we know which girls we will have fun with, in a lady kind of way. We met some awesome ones in this establishment. First of all, this is a high quality, tasteful place. It is clean, it was fun!
The girls we like are interactive, have talent, are not afraid of us. It is great when the dancer comes over, it's a party, it is a different vibe then the men's party for sure. It was her last night I wanted her to have fun. I had been released from the hospital on Wednesday, I tried to be a trooper, I had to cut our night short.
This is an A+++ establishment that can be enjoyed by both men and women alike separate, or together! Don't be scared! It was a good time!
I saw this divalicious show this weekend, I have seen drag shows before, but I knew them so the experience was different.
We arrive at the theater and was surprised to see how cozy and comfortable the venue was. Once the show started, the set was incredible.
Frank Marino's Divas Las Vegas was fantastic. I saw the likes of Tina Turner, Liza Minnelli, Brittney Spears, (who I thought for a second they were trying to pass a woman off as a man in drag, That is how amazing he was) Celine Deon, (who was also amazing) Diana Ross, Whitney Huston, Tina Turner, Cher, Lady Gaga, Dolly Parton, Madonna, and Bette Midler. Those I remember. I love, love, loved it. The dancers were awesome.
Frank Marino had so many fantastic costume changes and was so very funny. He did Joan Rivers as well. All the costumes were amazing! I loved them. This is one not to be missed. I enjoyed it completely. Truly a drag show to see! The end scene with the man change was incredible. See it!!
I went here one night after Benders Tavern for food, and to my surprise there was also acoustic entertainment! Awesome and hilarious, we could make requests, and the entertainer would mix in punk rock. For example, Holiday by Madonna, would be mixed with Holiday in Cambodia by Dead Kennedy's. It was fan freakin' tastic!
I ordered a chicken jerk sandwich, served with large portions, it would have been awesome, it was missing the jerk. I waited and waited and no jerk. I even took it home with me, ate some later still no jerk. Sad to say it was not jerky at all. I was disappointed. The sandwich was good as a chicken sandwich. It needed more jerk. The place ruled other than that. It was a super relaxed environment, i had a great time there! I will be back!
I love this place. It is divey, has pinball, great bartenders, and fantastic shows! It is real cool, the people are friendly and it is a pretty intimate setting for a place for shows. I have seen my share of awesomeness take place there. I really have no complaints about this joint. Things happen here you wouldn't want to miss!
I am pretty new here, I even made friends there. Had some chuckles, watched several fun, amazing and upcoming bands I hope to see make it! Lots of talent in and out of that place. I have always had a hoot at this bar. I highly recommend it for anyone who is into an experience like this, or would like to try an experience like this!! YEAH!!!!
I love Jake's Roadhouse! I stopped there one night after I had a friend over, because it is in walking distance and I wanted to check it out! The first night was interesting, there was a band, reminded me of Joe Cocker, it was loud, there were pool tables, a nice bar, an outside area to eat and drink. We were hungry and thought we could grab a bite to eat. Surprisingly the staff was so nice. we got food, there was a biker party going on. That was fun. We were taken care of.
I went there another night, it was much later, there were a few people there, I sat and talked to the bartender for awhile I have to say he is really a nice guy. I am new here getting to know my surroundings.
The last time I was there I went after a show. I have to say I was a little down, the typical bar story. I went over to see if they were still open because it was so late. I just wasn't ready to go home. There was seven other people there, I had a great time talking to new people and getting my mind of parts of the evening I had just had. There really are some of the nicest people I have meet there. Not only that it is close. I like that spot. It may not be for everyone but it is right up my alley!
I am actually writing this review on the Acrocats. This is a cat circus. This was my first experience at this venue. Who would pass up a cat circus? The venue had a theater setting. I was so compelled, and being new to this town, I heard a murmur blah blah cat circus, I invited myself, how else am I going to make friends or enemies.
I thought I had almost seen it all, now I am that much closer to have seen it all. It really was wonderful. It was for a good cause and super hilarious. Who knew that there was a traveling cat circus. It was something not to be missed. I am of the adventures type. I enjoyed the heck out of myself! I highly recommend seeing anything hat you may not normally see on a Friday night! Something that may not sound awesome because you just never know! Plus all the cats are rescue's and the money goes to a good cause, I thought it was really fantastic! Thus the five stars, it saves lives of animals!
FANTASTIC!!!!!! I saw some bands play here. The Venue was cool. we only had sodas, We went for the bands really, they have a bowling ally on one side and an area for bands on the other. It was pretty awesome!
We saw a band called Warner Drive from LA, They were playing in Denver that night. I was instantly in love THEY ROCK!!!!!!! They have amazing stage presence, incredable female guitarist, awesome front man, fab bassist, awesome drummer, another swell guitarist. This is one of a hand full of my new favorite bands, you have to go see while they are on the road.
Any one in the Denver area has to go the 26th of this month to the Marquise Theater. They are a band not to be missed, and they will blow up. You will never see them at these prices again I guarantee it!
These few bands I'm going to write about, not to gloat or anything, I know are going to go places. get your chance while you can if you aren't a millionaire, Just saying! I am only a fan,I don't know them! I know a good band when I see one. Plus the live show is not one to be missed super entertaining A+++++I only got to get so up close and personal because of the fantastic venue Moes!!! Thank you for playing awesome Rock n' Roll!!!!
I had a friend in from out of town, we were in the Hollywood area at a Starbucks getting some coffee, figuring out what to do with the rest of our evening. It was getting late, and we were getting board. He had told me about Jumbo's, I figured what the heck, I would love to check it out. I was pleasantly surprised.
I loved how each girl had her own way about her. They each had acts. I loved to watch how they play on seduction, exercise, sex, flexibility, sexuality, and all with their goodies covered, above and below! Then they work the crowd. I saw things I have never seen before. I was impressed.
I had Shirley Temples and applauded, whistled and threw dollar bills! I had a great time!
It was a blast and it was a date. A super fun one at that!
OMG! I have not seen a show at this venue in 20 years. I went for the GV30 Descendents show! The venue is the same, I remember seeing the Exploited there. I even saw people I haven't seen in over 20 years.
I don't go to shows as often because I find it difficult to bring myself to pay so much, shows used to be 7 dollars, the industry has changed so be it. I had to see the Descendents, they have been my favorite of all time forever. I never got to see them live. I was so glad they played there, it was a treat! One of the best times of a few I have had at that venue!