July 09, 2009 12:07am
MWA: Linda Glam, Carmen Hart, Kagney Linn Karter
Source: Adult Industry News
by: Myles Shaffer
Myles' Weekend Adventures: Bonjour mon amis! Comment ca va? Myles Shaffer here. This time around, we will speak of a Glam-orous young lady, a Native American who could tug at the Hart strings of anyone, and then we will take another trip to Karter Country. Is anybody curious? No? Oh well, read on anywho!
Thursday, June 25Th, I went to the Rio Gentlemen's Club to say hello to Linda Glam, whom I met at the recent Erotica-LA, and to observe both of her shows of the evening.
For her first show of the evening, Linda wore a low-cut, red, floor-length evening gown that had ruffled material over the top of the breast area and also on the tops of the shoulders. Beneath her gown, she wore a red halter or whatever (I don't have a clue as to what it should be called.), and a red G-string. On her legs, she wore a pair of hip-length, shear, red hose, and for footwear, she wore a pair of red shoes. If I remember correctly, the shoes had spiked heels and platform soles.
For once, I have a really good reason for anything I may have forgotten or may be getting wrong. Before her first show began, Linda handed me her Cannon Sure Shot digital camera and asked me to photograph her shows. Why I didn't go out to my car and get my Nikon D80, I still don't have a clue. (I don't normally carry my camera around in my car, so don't anybody get any evil ideas cooked up!)
With Linda's camera, every time I saw a good shot and depressed the shutter button, by the time the shutter fired, the view had changed. I think I ended up taking more photos of Linda's back then I did of her face. Oh well, I did what I could. Hey, I'm a writer, not a photographer! (I still think I could have done much better with my Nikon.)
According to Linda, she performed this show to only one song, and that was, ''Hotel Costes, volume 8.'' I think it was the version of this tune that is performed by Mark Farina, featuring Sean Hayes. Although, I can't be absolutely certain. So far as it being the only song Linda performed to during this show, the number is almost six minutes long. Since I am not familiar with this music, I can only take Linda at her word. (I'm assuming that Linda had the DJ repeat the song at least once, since I'm certain she was on stage longer than six measly minutes.)
At the beginning of her second show, Linda wore a black hat that was decorated with what appeared to be small sequins. She also wore a black halter-top and a black corset. The corset was made from either leather or latex vinyl and had five straps and silver-colored buckles in the front. Next, she wore an article that I can only call shear black pants. This item had sections cut out giving the appearance of four straps holding the legs to the waistband area. Beneath the so-called pants, she wore a black G-string. And on her feet, Linda wore a pair of very high-topped, high-heeled, platform-soled shoes.
Linda performed this show to, ''Glamorous,'' by Fergie, ''Wicked Game,'' by Chris Isaak, and, ''Big Girls Don't Cry,'' by Fergie.
I really can't say anything about Linda's interaction with the tip rail customers. First of all, I was busy attempting to photograph her shows per her request. Secondly, it was a slow night. To the best of my recollection, I was the only person who bothered to sit at the tip rail. I do believe that my friend, house dancer Bobie, joined me at the stage at one point during the show. During Linda's second show, in addition to myself and Bobie, there were no more than two other people seated at the tip rail. In fact, it may have been only one other person.
One other thing to keep in mind is that the owner of this club has instant heart palpitations if any dancer commits much in the way of physical contact with the tip rail squatters. Who can blame him. After all, the club is located in Los Angeles, where the city council and the sex police won't be happy until they have found a way to shut down all the clubs. Imagine that, fourth-rate politicians worrying about what goes on inside of the gentlemen's clubs, can we say hypocrites?
Originally from Russia, this lovely and very welcome addition to the population of America has blonde hair and blue eyes. She is five feet seven inches tall, weighs one fifteen pounds, and measures 34DD-24-34.
It is my opinion that Linda is a very friendly woman who seems to enjoy meeting and chatting with people, especially her fans.
During both of her shows, Linda succeeded in keeping me entertained, even though I was busy attempting to get some good photos of her on stage. I feel that with time and experience, Linda will improve and become an excellent performer. Hey, she is already better than some I have seen, and on a par with many others! So, I would like for anybody who might get an opportunity to see her perform and to meet her in person to go to a club and show her some love and support. I do believe it would be an enjoyable experience.
Linda can be checked out at: LindaGlam.com
Friday, June 26Th, I went to the City of Industry Spearmint Rhino to hang out with Carmen Hart and to observe her last two shows of the evening. I had intended to catch all three of her shows, but I screwed up, again. I was working on my computer, when I looked at my watch and thought, where did all that time go so fast? By the time I got to the club, Carmen had finished her first show and was doing a signing.
At the start of Carmen's introduction to the first show I was able to see, her roadie walked onto the stage carrying a bundle over one shoulder. I quickly realized that the bundle was Carmen. Once on the stage, the roadie sat Carmen in a chair, where she sat in a sort of slumped, bent-over, position until her music started.
At the start of this show, Carmen danced in a way that resembled a cross between an early, imperfect, prototype of an android and a puppet whose puppeteer needed some more practice. I'm not saying that Carmen looked bad. Quite the contrary, she was doing a fine job and was a lot of fun to watch.
Carmen's costume for this show consisted of a white jester-like mask that was decorated with bits of multi-colors and symbols, a pair of white gloves, and a blue lame' suit. Under her suit jacket, Carmen wore a white, sleeveless, backless, blouse with ruffled lapels. Beneath the top, she wore a blue bra that had a narrow strip of white lace across the tops of the breast cups. After removing her suit pants, Carmen exposed a blue thong that matched her bra. The thong came really close to being a G-string. To finish out the costume, she wore a pair of transparent shoes with spiked heels.
The music for this show started with the intro to, ''Mr. Tinkertrain,'' by Ozzy Osbourne, then moved on to, ''Lose Control,'' by Missy Elliot, '' the, ''Move Shake Drop,'' remix and the, ''Shake,'' remix by the Ying Yang Twins, featuring Pitbull, and, ''One Two Step,'' by Ciara.
For her final performance of the evening, Carmen did her Michael Jackson tribute show during which she wore a black fedora and a black trench-coat. Under the trench-coat, she wore a long-sleeved white dress shirt and a black necktie that was decorated with tiny sequins or possibly embedded glitter. Also under the trench-coat, Carmen wore a pair of black suspenders and a pair of black pants. The pants were decorated with tiny sequins or, once again, possibly embedded glitter. Beneath her shirt, Carmen wore a black bra with a neck strap instead of shoulder straps. The neck strap was decorated with silver sequins. Beneath her pants, Carmen wore a black thong that had four or five vertical lines of silver sequins on the front. To put the finishing touch on the costume, Carmen wore a pair of knee-length, stiletto-heeled, black boots.
Carmen finished this show with a very interesting lotion bit that included some customer participation. Well, one customer at least, the lucky dog!
Carmen performed this show to, ''Smooth Criminal,'' by Michael Jackson, ''Raise the Roof,'' by Luke Skyywalker, ''Dude Looks Like a Lady,'' by Aerosmith, and, ''Addicted,'' by Ne-Yo.
The lovely Carmen is a native of North Carolina and a full blood member of the Lumbee tribe of Native Americans. (that just might explain why she is such a charming lady.) if there is a more beautiful Native American woman alive today, I want to see her!
Carmen has long black hair and dark brown eyes. She is five feet five inches tall, weighs one hundred twenty-five pounds and measures 36C-26-38.
Carmen's shows are generally high energy performances with lots of excellent interaction with the tip rail customers.
I can not think a a single good reason why anybody should ever pass up an opportunity to get out to a club to see Carmen perform and to meet her in person. I'm certain they would not be disappointed.
Check Carmen out at: CarmenHart.com
Kagney Linn Karter
Saturday, June 27Th, I drove out to the Oxnard Spearmint Rhino to spend the evening with Kagney Linn Karter and to observe all three of her performances.
To start her first show of the evening, Kagney wore a white top so small it was more of a tube top with thin red shoulder straps. The top had a thin red line around the top edge and a white cross within a red ball over the left breast. Kagney also wore a very short mini-skirt with a half inch wide red cloth belt. Beneath her outer garments, Kagney wore no bra and a pair of red, thong-like, panties. And last but not least, her footwear was a pair of clear shoes with stiletto heels and platform soles of moderate height.
During this show, Kagney performed to, ''Camera Phone,'' by the Game, ''So Anxious,'' by Ginuwine, and, ''So Excited,'' by Janet Jackson.
At the start of her second show, Kagney wore a black fedora, a black necktie, and a white, long-sleeved, dress shirt. Beneath the shirt, she wore a black bra and a black G-string. The bra's breast cups had four columns of horizontal slits from the top to the bottom edges. And for footwear, Kagney sported a pair of knee-high, black, stiletto-heeled boots.
During this show, Kagney climbed the brass pole about half way to the top, then slid back down while playing around a bit as only a relatively good pole dancer could. She then climbed the pole all the way to the ceiling, slid down about one third of the way, climbed back up to the top and then performed some sexy-looking moves as she slowly slid back down to the stage floor. By the way, the pole on this stage is about twenty feet high, or close to it.
This show was performed to, ''Have a Drink On Me,'' by AC/DC, ''Criminal,'' by Fiona Apple, and, ''you Rock My World,'' by Michael Jackson.
For her third and final show, Kagney wore a black latex-vinyl police hat complete with a gold shield in the front. She also wore a long-sleeved, legless, body suit that had a small patch with the word Police over the left breast. It also had a zipper up the front for easy removal, and there was a patch on the left shoulder that was similar to a California Highway Patrol shoulder patch. Finally, she wore what appeared to be the same boots that she wore during her second show.
Kagney performed this show to, ''Birthday Sex,'' by Jeremiah, ''Upgrade you,'' by Beyonce Knowles, and, ''Wanna be a Baller,'' by Lil' Troy.
Kagney has blonde hair and blue eyes. She stands five feet four inches tall, weighs one hundred twenty-five pounds and measures 36D-26-27.
Kagney is a friendly young lady who has a good sense of humor. And, she seems to enjoy meeting and chatting with her fans.
It is my opinion that Kagney performs well on stage, and she always keeps me entertained. I honestly feel that she will only get better and better with the passage of time and experience gained. Hey, she already does a fine job; therefore, I can't think of a single reason why anybody should ever pass up an opportunity to get out to a nearby club to see Kagney perform and to meet her in person. I certainly plan to go see her every chance I get!
Kagney can be found at: KagneyLinnKarter.com
Linda Glam Revisited
On the way home from Oxnard, I got a wild hair and decided to make a detour and stop in at the Rio. As luck would have it, I managed to catch Linda Glam's final show.
For the show I saw, Linda wore a red dress, a red G-string, and red, high-heeled, platform-soled shoes.
Linda performed this show to, ''Boom Boom Pow,'' by the Black Eyed Peas, ''Butterfly,'' by Crazy Town, and, ''Blame it,'' by Jamie Foxx.
There, I believe that will just about do it for another week. We should all meet back here the next time to continue the ongoing discussion of sexy, gorgeous, women. Until then, everybody stay safe, have a great week, and live life as if there were no tomorrow!
Bonsoir et au revoir,