Burlesque babes Stormy Merryweather and Eve Riot went to Paso Robles, Ca to participate in the 2nd North County Neo-Burlesque show at the Rendarrio Vineyards Tasting Room to perform alongside SLO Tease troupe members Pussy Grime, Rouge de Sang, Madame Minge and their host The Glamazon.
Eve Riot opened the show with a flapper inspired number to the David Bowie song 'Diamond Dogs." She strutted her stuff across the wine tasting bar and through the audience - jiving to the classic muse of glam rock .
Stormy took the next steps performing as a prima ballerina who was more in love with her reflection that with the audience. She pranced and flounced to The Puppini Sisters and their cover of "I Feel Pretty" from the musical West Side Story.
Ms. Grime too the stage next telling everyone that she and Ertha Kit had enough of their "Discarded Men." With a slight nod to the lovey-dovey holiday that was on the horizon she dressed all in red and pinks giving a poisonous vibe to her in charge persona.
Rouge De Sang come out after - showing the crowd what a showgirl could do. She brought in the vintage charm to the tunes of Beats Antique and the crowd was stunned by her swaying movements.
Madame Minge rode out next. And that pun is intentional as she performed to the classic strip tease song Pony. She rocked the classic Canadian tuxedo in all blue denim and writhed on the bar with her very suggestive whip.
Stormy stormed out again - this time to the cover of Creep by Post Modern Jukebox. She was the adorable Dr. Jekyll & the seductive Ms. Hyde post potion consumption! She made the audience laugh in between her transformations from one creature to the other -utterly enthralling the crowd.
Eve returned as well with her well loved number to Beth Hart's cover of Chocolate Jesus. Her sacriligious number distributed chocolate wafers to the crowd and a benediction for all to stay sexy and delicious.
The Glamazon also took to the stage to sing in her songbird tones. She belted out a vintage ditty and the audience was hypnotized.
Before the final number, Pussy Grime reclaimed the stage. She went from business woman to a Barbarella inspired creature of shine and glitter to the song "Help me Lose my Mind." Which the audience, promptly did.
Finally Madame Minge returned to the stage to make everyone believe her and make everyone get in the line with Sonora. She shook her maracas, her booty and her fantastic colorful costume right off to the cheers of the people!
Overall this show was intimate, fun and sexy. We hope you check out Rendarrio's next burlesque show!
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