Madonna Tribute Bar returned to Busby’s East a week ago and so did the Madonna fanatics for a random celebration of all things M. I was ready to hit up the Miracle Mile/Park La Brea/Mid Wilshire area for Busby’s East on Saturday, November 11, all by myself again without one or two shits to give.
Meet Madonnica. Madonnica is a Madonna tribute band unlike anything this Madonna fan has ever encountered in the past 30 years or so of following M’s career. This band dares to mix two musical genres that no one in their right mind thought could ever mix. They took Madonna’s most classic pop hits, stripped them of
An estimated 300 diehard Madonna fans braved Metro roadblocks on Wilshire Boulevard to spend a night dancing to Madonna’s music at Madonna Tribute Bar Los Angeles in Busbys East this past weekend. I was on the fence about going, because I couldn’t get any of my Madonna-not-so-loving friends to go with me. One friend said
I gotz to admit that I dragged my ass to the pop-up free Elton John concert that took place today on the parking lot of the “historically significant” Tower Records building on the Rock-N-Roll side of Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood. I told myself I was there mostly as a reporter, because this event is
It was a gay who’s who and who wore what at Los Angeles The Forum, when Madonna brought her Rebel Heart Tour to the city of Angels for one night only on Wednesday, October 27. The big M dusted off some of her old classic hits like “True Blue,” and “Who’s That Girl,” which she
The 2015 Outfest LGBT Film Festival delivered last night, when it screened Madonna’s Truth or Dare documentary as part of their Legacy Project, and later offered a special Q&A with T.O.D director Alek Keshishian, M’s backup singer and dancer of the moment Donna DeLory, as well as dancers Kevin Stea, Carlton Wilborn, and of course, Luis Camacho. I did not
Madonna’s Truth or Dare documentary will be magnified on the big screen this Monday July 13, for the 2015 Outfest Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival, as part of the Legacy Project 10th Anniversary Series. The last time I saw Madonna’s Truth or Dare documentary in the big screen was back in 1991, during the tail