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FOF #2566 – In Meeting with Karen from Finance

The power of drag is that it can take what most see as a liability and turn it into an asset. We don’t normally think of the corporate world as she-larious, but that’s exactly what one drag queen from Australia did with one shrewd business move.

Today Karen From Finance, joins us at the water cooler to talk about her amazing career as everyone’s favorite gal from the corporate world.

Posted in: Drag Queens & Kings, Interviews, Podcast 2 years ago 0

FOFA #2468 – Uncovering Gay Anthems

With the exception of songs like Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way” or Diana Ross’ “I’m Coming Out,” very few pop songs written as a tribute to LGBT folks have ever reached the top of the charts.

But that doesn’t mean the songs that weren’t so gay to begin with couldn’t end up being the soundtrack at our favorite bars, drag shows or pride celebrations.

Today, we take a look at songs that didn’t start out as gay anthems, but somehow the cover versions ultimately became LGBT legendary tracks.

Posted in: Music, Podcast 2 years ago 0

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With the exception of songs like Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way” or Diana Ross’ “I’m Coming Out,” very few pop songs written as a tribute to LGBT folks have ever reached the top of the charts. But that doesn’t mean the songs that weren’t so gay to begin with couldn’t end up being a huge part of LBGT history.

Today, we take a look at songs that didn’t start out as gay anthems, but somehow the cover versions ultimately became LGBT legendary tracks. To listen to whole episode visit www.feastoffun.com/plus and become a member.

Posted in: Music, Podcast 3 years ago 1

FOF #2468 – Uncovering Gay Anthems

With the exception of songs like Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way” or Diana Ross’ “I’m Coming Out,” very few pop songs written as a tribute to LGBT folks have ever reached the top of the charts.

But that doesn’t mean the songs that weren’t so gay to begin with couldn’t end up being the soundtrack at our favorite bars, drag shows or pride celebrations.

Today, we take a look at songs that didn’t start out as gay anthems, but somehow the cover versions ultimately became LGBT legendary tracks.

Posted in: Music, Podcast 3 years ago 0

FOF #2442 – Go Honey West

The film, Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, ignited a modern style of drag filled with campy, self-deprecating fun and trans inclusivity. It was later turned into a musical which our local Pride Films and Plays is putting it on featuring Honey West, who, as far as we know, is the first trans actor to play the role of Bernadette.

Joining us today is the lovely Honey West, who has been a hit on the cabaret circuit since her debut in her 1990 one-woman show, A Taste of Honey.

Posted in: Actors, Drag & Trans, Interviews, Podcast 3 years ago 0

FOF #2351 – Muscle Queens Who Pump Us Up

Many drag queens draw their feminine inspiration from glamorous or even outrageous women, but some more athletic gals get their drag-spiration from muscular, strong glamazons who are ready to stop a war with love and make a liar tell the truth.

Joining us is Chicago muscle queen Alex Kay, who’s known to arm wrestle, flex and pig out onstage as Kourtney Kardashian eating a Kit Kat candy bar.

FOF #2191 – To Miss Understood, Thanks for Everything

It’s the 20 year anniversary of To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar, the unusual film that featured pretty much every famous drag queen at the time including RuPaul, Lady Bunny, Coco Peru and Miss Understood.

Joining us today is Miss Understood to look at the movie and how through her company, Screaming Queens, she’s gotten to work with so many well loved drag performers.

VIDEO: Preview of Priscilla Queen of the Desert

I really must make it to NYC to see “Priscilla Queen of the Desert” on Broadway. It looks like a very fun show and I know Fausto would love to see Nick Adams perform live […]

Posted in: Topics 9 years ago 3