FOF #1345 – The Queen Of Kitsch

Mar 21, 2011 · 87258 views

Premium Content

You need to be a Feast of Fun Plus+ member to access this.
Join now or Log in – it's easy!

You may not be instantly familiar with cultural visionary Allee Willis, but the songs she wrote just may be on your iPod. She’s sold over 50 million records, including Earth Wind & Fire’s “Boogie Wonderland,” The Pointer Sisters’ “Neutron Dance,” and the Pet Shop Boys’ “What Have I Done To Deserve This.”

Listen as Allee Willis shares with us stories of her incredible career, her online Museum of Kitsch and her up-coming collaborations.

    Comments

  1. Tony C says:

    DeRubio Triplets and Liberace all in one episode!

  2. Tim says:

    Anyone know of a legal way to purchase a digital copy of the Del Rubio Triplets album? They are not on itunes or Amazon’s digital store..

  3. dc_gay_man says:

    She’s addictive!

  4. tyler says:

    she’s so interesting! great interview guys!

  5. Marc Felion says:

    Here’st he info on her Detroit appearance

    Invite with all the info: http://www.alleewillis.com/mumfordinvite

    Facebook news/fanpage for the event: https://www.facebook.com/AlleeWillisMarchesOnDetroit

  6. Joe Benson says:

    What a fun lady and great interview. I am ashamed to say I was not aware of her until now but was familiar with all the songs.

  7. Rich says:

    Uh-mazing interview. Allee is full of stories, so much to talk about. It’s incredible the impact she’s had on contemporary culture. Definitely need to get her back.

  8. Marc Felion says:

    Here’s video of her conducting the marching band.

Leave a Reply

Login or Register

 

Facebook Conversations