I’ve tasted the gritty – especially after that psychotic killer clown pushed my face into the ground when I was 10!
But there is nothing as earthy (and fabulous) as the vocals of legendary folk, jazz and blues artist Barbara Dane! Even cinema’s master of suspense, Alfred Hitchcock, would have to agree with me on that one. (Although, he agrees with me on so little, nowadays. Pesky, I tell you. Just plain pesky!) He included the magnificent Dane in the 1962 episode Captive Audience (starring the distinguished James Mason of Salems Lot and Frankenstein: The True Story fame) on his own Alfred Hitchcock Presents.
Don’t believe me? You can check it, here, yourself:
Then be sure to hang with Dane, often, at http://www.barbaradane.net. This politically charged dynamo is still performing and highly worthy of your support.
Until the next time – SWEET love and pink GRUE, Big Gay Horror Fan!
Cameos like that are fun! Thanks for posting this as I had not heard of her before.
Thanks, Brett! I just discovered her, myself. Thought she was pretty awesome!