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FOF #2926 – A Chorus Line, the Music and the Mirror

With so many talented people losing their jobs this past year, it’s hard not to think about the song “Music and the Mirror” from the musical “A Chorus Line” where Cassie begs to be given just a chance to work. All I ever needed is the music, and the mirror, and the chance to dance for you.

The pioneering musical was created in New York City in the early 70s during an economic downturn when a lot of actors and dancers were out of work.

Today actor, singer, dancer, model John Marshall Jr. joins us to take a look at the songs from A Chorus Line through his own experience in being in the legendary show and his career as a musical theater performer.

Posted in: Podcast 1 month ago 0

FOF #2925 – Pam Ann’s Full Blown PAM-demic

Comedian Pam Ann’s demented flight attendant persona harkens back to the groovy days of the airline industry when flight attendants wore sexy outfits and served up lavish meals to well dressed passengers.

Since the pandemic, things have been tough for an entertainer like Pam Ann who gets a lot of energy from interacting with the live audiences who serve as her passengers on her wild plane ride.

Today Pam Ann, our sister of the friendly skies, joins us to take a look at how flying has changed during the pandemic, and the delicious irony of Republican seditionists on the No Fly Lists.

Posted in: Podcast, Politicians/Activists, Writers 1 month ago 0

FOF #2924 – Turning the Georgia Peach Blue

It was the night the lights almost went out in Georgia when on January 5 voters cast their ballots for control of the Senate. Georgia went Democratic thereby rescuing us from certain fascism, thanks to Stacy Abrams and thousands of people who volunteered to get out the vote.

Today therapist and relationship expert Damon L Jacobs joins us to talk about his adventures getting folks to vote in the Georgia election.

Posted in: Podcast, Politicians/Activists, Writers 1 month ago 0

FOF #2923 – Fine Young Cannibals

We were all hoping that 2021 wouldn’t be as terribly twisted as 2020, but in the first week of the new year we got rumors that Kanye West is dating Jeffree Star, Azealia Banks boils her cat, Armie Hammer is into cannibalism, Gays over Covid, Trump’s second impeachment and Republicans invade the Capitol building to overthrow Democracy.

Today we’re back with a vengeance to take a look at the truly twisted, outrageous news that happened over the winter break

Posted in: Podcast 1 month ago 0

FOF #2922 – Incredibly Strange Christmas Music 2020, Vol. 11 – Christmas Boogaloo

No holiday puts it all out there like Christmas! When people from all kinds of cultures and traditions come together, the food, music and celebrations regardless of who you are can be marvelous.

Today we wrap up our sixteenth season of podcasting with our holiday celebration: “Incredibly Strange Christmas Music, Vol.11”- wonderfully weird songs we think deserve a spot on your playlist this year.

Listen as we dive into Pete Rodriguez, the godfather of Latin Boogaloo music, a fusion of soul, rhythm & blues and Caribbean music that captivated Harlem dance halls in the 60s and 70s and changed the musical landscape forever.

Posted in: Musicians, Podcast 2 months ago 0

FOF #2921 – 2020: the Year of Hell (And This Time We Mean It)

The last podcast we made in 2019, titled “A Christmas Apocalypse,” looked back on the terrible things that happened in the past decade that we didn’t want to see ever again.

Boy were we naive!

Today comedian Brian Sweeney, our very own Oscar the Grouch, joins us to look at 2020, the real year of hell, and this time, we really mean it.

Listen as we look back on a nation divided, how fighting the Covid pandemic has been politicized and how the goodness in the heart of humanity will allow us to transcend even the most horrible disasters.

Posted in: Comedians, Podcast 2 months ago 0

FOF #2920 – Tis’ the Season to Be Vivacious

Christmas has arrived! No winter snow, no covid pandemic, no gloom nor doom is going to hold back a fierce queen like Vivacious from snapping her fan and shining her light this holiday season.

Innovating like a mother-has-arrived, our gal pal from Season 6 of RuPaul’s Drag Race is busy cranking out the Cameos and turning her New York City apartment into an international dance club with Quarantina Dancerina.

Today Vivacious, mother of Ornacia, soul sister to all the good people of the world joins us to look back on the year and how drag queens are turning to online media and streaming to give the children life.

Posted in: Drag Queens & Kings, Podcast 3 months ago 1

FOF #2919 – Peaches Christ’s Very Own Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?

2020 has been harder on working drag queens than Baby Jane Hudson was to her poor sister Blanche in Whatever Happened to Baby Jane. If only we weren’t in this Covid pandemic. But you are Blanche, you are in that pandemic.

For drag legend Peaches Christ, this year she opened up her private vault of campy horror films spoofs and she’s getting ready for the future by developing all new tv and film projects.

Today Peaches Christ looks back on her year of hell, speculates on which famous horror house she’d love to live in, and her upcoming streaming release of Whatever Happened to Bianca Del Rio.

Posted in: Drag Queens & Kings, Podcast 3 months ago 0