Dancers

Olmsted krmm@sonic.net
Mon May 3 01:56:50 EDT 2004


You go, Kate. Skewer away! 'Course, maybe there should be some guys size
equivalent to Bobby Rush's ladies.

Rolf

Kate Hart wrote:

>I loved the fact that Nick is trying something different........Next time
>maybe Rory Block will have the Chippendales with her......I can see it
>now......just as she is sliding down the neck of the guitar, the men drop
>their drawers.....I say lets shimmy down the shack!
>Kate Hart
>http://www.katehartblues.com
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>>>I gotta throw in a quick comment on the "Dancers" that Nick Curran had
>>>
>>>
>>on
>>
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>>>stage with him.  Scantily clad stripper types apparently "hired guns" to
>>>dance during his entire performance.  Is this part of the future of the
>>>Blues..having your own dancers?
>>>
>>>
>
>Damn it, I do hope so....I'm about sick to death of all the PC crap. Blues
>has been bawdry a lot longer than it hasn't, just listen to some of the
>lyrics of the 20s and 30s.  I know I've seen a number of posters for shows
>back in the 50s that featured exotic dancers. Didn't T-Bone occasionally
>work with "Lottie The Body?"
>
>Bring back the comedians and dancing girls. If the bands don't have their
>own, then by all means, the bar should work to supply some whenever needed.
>  Get Chris Rock and/or Dave Chappelle as MC's for the Handy's, and hell, I
>might even go.
>
>To hell with Pat Boone and the Milk truck he road in on.
>chuck
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