Author Archives: Dave

Kris Angelis’ Pieces That Were Stolen EP

My main reason for joining Twitter four years ago was to keep track of my favorite divas since I don’t do Facebook. It’s allowed me to interact with some of the divas directly and I’ve found out about some amazing shows. I didn’t plan on participating in Twitter as much as I have, but because…

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TV DILFs For $100, Alex!

Back in May, in honor of Mother’s Day, I did a post about my mom who pretty much raised me solo. My father died when I was eleven, but before that, he wasn’t around much. He was on the road a lot driving tractor trailers (bringing home small trinkets from time to time), moving trucks…

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Donna De Lory’s Here In Heaven

Since starting this blog back in 2014, I have done posts on Donna De Lory’s live album Live From Kula Space, her Two Friends EP with Niki Haris, and Welcome To The Dream Machine the La Machine De Reve’s album that she’s a member of. Instead of going all fangay and gushing further, here’s what…

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Lesli Margherita’s Rule Your Kingdom

This past December my partner and I took my great nephew to New York City for the first time. He wanted to walk around and explore the city so we were looking into show options to make his trip even more special. My partner discovered a show called Who’s Holiday about 40 year old Cindy…

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Top 5 Things I Learned From My Mother

My father died when I was 11 and I was raised by a single mother. We were poor. I’m talking wait in line for government cheese poor, but she did what needed to be done. She was a stay at home mom raising me and my three older siblings while my father was on the road…

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Beth Nielsen Chapman’s Heart Of Glass

Whenever one of my divas releases a new album, I hope for a tour to follow even though I know the majority of the set list will be from the new album. Most times the album is good but not good enough for me to forget about the classic songs. However, that is not the…

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MAWD’s Dark Room

I was recently introduced to the singer MAWD and her new video and single “Dark Room”. As you can see, the video itself is so low budget that MAWD couldn’t even afford a six-foot drag queen to run around in a caftan impersonating Bea Arthur or to sample the original Maude theme song. Talk about…

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DAANI’s Two Hands

It’s been a little over a month since my last post because I haven’t felt inspired to write lately. That changed this past week when two strangers contacted me here. One complimented me and Robert Herjavec, who I mentioned in an earlier post. I often get compared to Robert since we’re both rich, handsome, successful businessmen;…

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