They were therefore deprived of one of the most joyful cinematic experiences of the last five years, a great Steven Soderbergh movie that contained only maybe fraction of the brazen sexuality they probably feared. That said, I was able to watch two earlys efforts based on the life of Chippendales founder Steve Banerjee and the two post- Magic Mike efforts that have come to market. This feature takes on the bloody, crime-ridden history of the Chippendales. Plot twist! Banerjee killed himself in prison before sentencing to ensure the business would pass to his wife before the government could seize it.
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Having missed out on the wonderfully vibrant, utterly debauched and musically thrilling gay scene of New York in the lates and earlys - by dint of age, location, and a rather parochial heterosexual streak - I didn't come across Male Stripper by Man to Man until hearing it at The Limelight Club in London in , just prior to its UK release in the spring of Produced by the genius electro and hip-hop pioneer Man Parrish , it is three-and-a-half minutes of Hi-NRG perfection, made at the cutting edge of technology, when drum machines and sequencing were still a dark art. Yet it is strangely, to me at least, one of the finest rock'n'roll songs of all time. When I first heard it, and saw them perform, it really was a Eureka! Although Alan Vega and Martin Rev were fairly homoerotic, and no slouches in the electronics department, Male Stripper was completely on the money and up to date.
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Rock and roll usually has the reputation for being the bad boy of the music genres, but country music has their share of celebrities who have walked on the dark side, too. These big names have found out the hard way there's no one that's percent good, and sometimes, those in their paths have paid for it. Randy Travis has taken home six Grammy awards, but in , things started falling apart a bit for the country star. News took a look at a timeline that shows nothing short of the unraveling of a personal and professional life, and it's some sad, shady stuff.
If you've got what it takes it should be as simple as walking into a club, dancing on stage for the manager, and booking your first shifts. What we dance to allows us to clearly declare who we are to the whole club, so imitation is not really flattery. So it's important that we have some goddamn heavy blinds, or throw an extra blanket over our curtains. Most strippers are freelancers, so some nights we might be booking continuous dances and going home with lots of money, but on others the club might be empty and after paying a house fee, we end up with less cash than we came in with.