Vroom Vroom Valentines with The Syrens of the South

Friday, April 02, 2010 | |

welcome back my friends with my apologies for tardiness. who wants to hear about pasties? had you been at this show, well, you'd have seen them instead. what a delightful collection of entertainment you missed. the evening was hosted by our good friend, hepcat mike. remember, if you don't like his jokes, he didn't write them - he just updated them. the first performer of the evening was the lovely miss kira who tempted the audience with her bellydancing skills. we were next treated to a fan dance by the double-d's of dixie, miss d'lilah d'lite. shifting gears slightly, katherine lashe shared her skills on hiring a contractor with john carney. the heat was turned up again when betsy stryper took to the stage. mr tim monteith took us all back to bedrock as wilma flinstone and dino performed "like we never loved at all". makes you wonder where fred was. the ravishing rene√° le roux took the stage next and wowed us all with gravity-defying gyrations and more curves than a mountain road. she was followed by every man's favourite solo act, miss rosie palms with a cautionary tale of love & marriage. we returned to bellydance with the sultry stormy knight. remember, no two of her shows are the same so come to both shows if you can. our friends from blast-off burlesque, sadie hawkins & dickie van dyke, gave us a very special thrill as they retired one of their numbers on our stage. at long last, katherine lashe and talloolah love took the stage (individually) to close the night.

the next extravaganza is just around the corner. the amazing 3d annual spring chicken show: cock-a-billy style. if you're really anxious, the doors will open early for a student showcase. tickets are $5 for the showcase & $15 for the main course ($10 in advance). come on out for some southern-style fun & plenty of breasts, thighs, and drumsticks. special guests include kisa von teasa and siren santina of salomé cabaret in knoxville.

(good links to know)
the syrens on the web
my photoset of the show
tim monteith on youtube