Musuimi Max is a racy international fetish pin-up model who will be making a rare appearance at the Viva Las Vegas car show Saturday. Some may know her from her internet photos and videos with her 'go-go girl from outer space' porn-like style. Everyone agrees she is full of style. MM reports that she will make an appearence at the Pin-Up Girl Clothing booth Sat. 4/7/12 between 9pm and 6pm, and posted this poster via her Twitter at https://twitter.com/#!/masuimimax
Burlesque: The 2nd Annual Man Show is Sat. Mar. 31 , 8pm/11pm
Cha Cha Velourhas taken over the Boom Boom Room at Boomers bar for her monthly off-strip burlesque production "Live Burlesque in Las Vegas" for some time. Best known for her involvement with the Burlesque Hall of Fame (Las Vegas) Cha Cha Velour(not to be confused with Chi Chi Rivera) has earned her place in the 'Burlesque Community' since 2006 as one of the few dancers and enthusiats who live in Las Vegas actually practicing the art form. Our hero is also an organizer, despite working her full-time job in the medical field.
Some of 2011's amazing accomplishments for Cha Cha Velour include opening her own Las Vegas dance studio, and being named among the top 50 (#42) by the readers of 21st Century Burlesque Magazine, which is a Magazine that has published timely articles for years about what performers really want to know, and top stage news about upcoming festivals. As for the new studio, Cha Cha has hosted classes at various previous locations under the name "Las Vegas Burlesque Classes", and will bring her events and lessons to the newly mirrored, wood-floored, painted, and ready-to-go studio in Paradise. No, really it's in Las Vegas but technically in Paradise Nevada at 900 Karen Ave suite C-209 Las Vegas, NV, 89109 and Ph. 702-625-0495. Take a lesson. Velour's roster of friends dropping in to share their expertise in Vegas alone will be ample reason to stay in touch. The website's schedule is well maintained and filled with details at ChaChaVelour.com, or LasVegasBurlesqueClasses.com.
Cha Cha Velour and VLV 15 at the Orelans April 5-7, 2012
Cha Cha Velour is getting ready to kick-off the Second Annual"Man Show" through Live Burlesque in Las Vegas. with burlesque 'heavy-weights' (no pun) coming in from surrounding areas in celebration of vintage and neo- burlesque, including guest performers from Colorado and also the amazing Bobby Burlesque (Hollywood).
Cha Cha is also at the Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekender coming up at the Orleans Hotel. Specifically you can catch the buxom brunette performing at the Burlesque Bingo put on by Audrey Deluxe.
Cha Cha Velour
Burlesque Bingo has several performances at the Pabst Bar at Big Al's Comedy Club inside the Orleans in Vegas, Thurs.-. 10pm, Fri. 9, Sat. 7, and 9pm. Advance VLV 15 Tickets available via VivaLasVegas.net, and may be required.
Comedian, Impersonator, ImpressionistFrank Caliendo will be playing in Las Vegas at the Venetian this week through April 1, 2012, and you really shouldn't miss it. Best known for his NFL Week impressions on Fox, Caliendo does a mean Madden. But if you're not a guy or a football fan and don't follow sports, he's still funny. His President Bush impression is one of the best (alongside of Will Farrel), in the business, and he can work it in at random to any set. His talent seems limitless. If you like to laugh cry, do not miss Frank Caliendo. He's pure genius. Venetian Resort, daily through 4/1/12, 9pm, $59.50 - $104. www.Venetian.com
Raack N Roll is a new topless review in town at the Hooters Casino. In a sentence, this show is the quintessential American Stripper experience with not an ounce of sleaze. Four amazing dancers, and Comedian Impressionist Robert Nash make you forget quickly that only five people and a stage hand make up this show. The intensity during the almost two hour show did not stop, and the music was impeccable, if not just a tad too loud for the older set, though all ages seemed present.
The intimate showroom holds approximately 300 people and it attracted all types including: groups, singles, and couples. The dance numbers included solos, duets, trios, and the full quartet. The synchronized dance routines were all mesmerizing and strong, not excluding the exhilarating opening number to AC/DC's "For those about to rock", which was in short four topless girls with guns, dancing in tandem. Who could ask for more?
The show was well produced with projections that gave background and ambient lighting while recorded music was seamlessly intertwined going from one top rock and roll song to another. The dancers never let you down, and the crowd was right with the show and quite vocal the entire time. It was fun. Comedian Robert Nash was a sideshow of impressions and wardrobe changes including in order of appearance: Robert Dinero, Rodney Dangerfield, John Travolta (Saturday Night Fever and Grease), Micheal Jackson, Scarface, Kermit the Frog, Austin Powers, Darth Vader, Christopher Walken as Darth Vadar, Dirty Harry, Johnny Cash, Larry the Cable Guy and Jeff Foxworthy. Nash used his first time out on stage as Dinero to engage in audience participation and warm up the crowd.
Choreographer Kimberly St. Claire is behind the heart stopping dance routines, while dancers Daniel, Traci, Lisa, and Rain are the RAAk N Roll girls. One particularly oustanding routine should be named "bottoms up", involving nothing but legs in the air synchronized like swimmers, to rock and roll of course, a bottom or foot fetish dream.
Raak N Roll features the music of: AC/DC, Jimmy Hendrix, the Beatles, Black Crowes, Alanis Morissette, Heart, and Metallica, to name a few. Mentionable numbers include: the shower show, a trapese solo, and the closing number 'Back in the Saddle Again' by Aerosmith. Chills. There were several wardrobe changes, but the dancers' bodies and talent stole every performance. The stage included a large staircase, and several numbers started from the back, a nice surprise. Be careful, this show might make you fall in love with American Rock all over again.
Score: Four of Five stars - almost perfect - just a tad too loud
Price: $50 VIP (includes performer photo opp.), $40 general