December 03, 2009 07:31pm
MWA: Schevelle, Feral Vinca, Eva Angelina, Carmen Hart
Source: Adult Industry News
by: Myles Shaffer
Myles' Weekend Adventures: Bonjour mon amis! Comment ca va? Myles Shaffer here. This column will be about two beautiful women, almost a third beautiful woman, with some good rock music thrown in for good measure. Are we curious now? Good! Then please read on!
Tuesday, November 10Th, I had planned to go to PSK for at least a little while and wish Powder a happy birthday. However, when it came time to go, I didnít feel like doing anything other than staying home and falling asleep in front of my television. I do apologize to Powder.
Wednesday, November 11Th, I went down to the Fantasy Castle, in Signal Hill, to observe Schevelleís first show and to say hello to her and Tony Batman.
For the one show that I saw, Schevelle performed a dancing harem girl type of show. She wore a gold bracelet (armlet?) on each upper arm and a gold bracelet on her right wrist. She also wore a blue bra that was decorated with a bunch of gold medallions. Next she wore a blue skirt that was like two long scarves sewn together at the waist. This skirt affair had four or five gold chains encircling the waist with short chains of gold medallions hanging from them. Beneath the skirt piece, she wore a blue thong that was decorated with a sprinkling of sequins. Under the thong, Schevelle wore a light blue G-string. (I doubt that Schevelle would have been wearing the G-string had she not been dancing in a topless club in California.) for footwear, Schevelle wore a pair of clear shoes with spike heels.
After leaving the Castle, I raced up to Le Deux, in Hollywood, to attend what was left of the benefit for the Adult Industry Medical Healthcare Foundation (AIM Healthcare) and Licensed Adult Talent Agency Trade Association (L.A.T.A.T.A.). I even paid ten dollars to park in Le Deuxís lot, since I couldnít find any safe street parking within walking distance of the club.
Several minutes after I had arrived, I was wandering around trying to figure out how things were suppose to work when jessica drake and Brad Armstrong arrived. We said hello, Brad and I shook hands, and I got a of great hug from jessica. We then walked to the entrance area together. jessica and Brad got in almost immediately. I didn't!
I didnít expect any comps. I would have been more than happy to pay the cover charge since it would have gone to the benefit of Aim Healthcare and L.A.T.A.T.A. For close to half an hour, an overgrown doorman type of person with a God complex and entirely too full of his own self-importance not only wouldnít allow me admittance, but I might as well have not even been there. In fact, he did a great job of pretending that I didn't even exist. At one point in time, I was patiently standing there absent-mindedly holding one corner of my press badge between my thumb and my index finger. The doorman type walked by, looked over, and in a nasty tone of voice said, ''I canít read.'' a few minutes later, he came close enough for me to speak to him with out yelling.
As politely as I possibly could I said, ''I'm industry press. Am I going to be able to get in tonight?'' In an even nastier tone of voice, he said, ''No! I donít care about press.'' So I went to my car and left.
I will never again make any attempt to attend any sort of an event that is held at Le Deux, I donít care if it is my own funeral! I do not willingly subject myself to that sort of rude behavior from anybody, especially somebody who appears to have never learned to respect his elders and keep a civil tongue in his mouth!
Thursday, November 12Th, I drove out to Paladinoís Lounge, in Reseda, to listen to Feral Vincaís set and to say hello to Dave and Sloane and their other band members.
So far as local rock bands go, Feral Vinca is one of the best I've ever heard. So, if any rock fans happen to hear of Feral Vinca performing anywhere around southern California, they should make certain that they get out of the house and go hear them and have some fun.
After leaving Paladinoís, I went to Skin Gentlemenís Lounge, in Los Angeles to see Eva Angelina. When I got to the door, Shawn told me that Eva had just called to say that she wouldnít be able to get there before 10:30. Okay, so I would have a bit of a wait. No big deal, right?
Unfortunately, the DJ announced at 11:45 that because of some sort of a family emergency, Eva wasnít going to be able to perform on this night, but that she would be there on Friday and Saturday night. The waitresses then went around to every customer and gave them a rain-check card that would allow them free admission and one free drink on either Friday or Saturday night.
Since Eva wasn't going to be able to make it, and because it was already getting late, I exercised some common sense and went home.
Friday, November 13Th, I returned to the Fantasy Castle in time for Schevelle's first show of the evening. (After the show, I stepped out onto the porch and made a call to Skin. As luck would have it, I learned that Eva Angelina had to cancel the entire weekend and will be rescheduled at a time not yet determined. So I went back into the Castle and stayed for Schevelle's last show of the night.)
At the start of her first show, Schevelle wore a short red wig which was soon removed to reveal her lovely long blonde hair. (Schevelle's hair looked great this evening. It was wavy and curled at the same time.)
Schevelle also wore a pair of almost elbow length black leather gloves and a long black cape. The cape was practically covered with sequins and decorated with a few narrow red and white stripes. She also wore a red and silver bra that was covered with sequins. Next she wore a corset-like piece that was covered with vertical strips of red and silver sequins. The corset-like piece was mostly open in the back, and the bottom edge hung down in narrow triangular pieces. The triangular pieces would have looked like flames had the edges been wavy instead of straight. (Maybe they were suppose to look like flames. What do I know?)
Once Schevelle had removed everything else, she wore a black G-string like thong that was decorated with a scattering of sequins. Beneath the thong, she wore a black G-string. (This G-string was no doubt an addition to the costume for use in topless clubs.) and for footwear, Schevelle wore a pair of knee-length, high-heeled, black leather boots with platform soles of moderate height. The boots laced up the front.
To begin her last show of the evening, Schevelle performed her Catwoman show. She came onto the stage carrying a long black leather whip and wearing a black leather cat mask very similar to the mask worn by Catwoman in the Batman comic books. She also wore a black leather collar with two horizontal rows of square, yet at the same time pointed, metal studs. She next wore a black fishnet top. Under the top, she wore a black bra that was decorated with sequins. Additionally worn was a black leather corset-like piece and black leather pants. The pants were decorated with small, round, metal studs around the waist giving the appearance of a being a belt. The pants also had a zipper in the front and one up the outside of each leg for easy removal. To finish out the costume, Schevelle wore what appeared to be the same boots that she wore in the first show I saw on this night. (the boots went very well with both costumes.)
One of the numbers Schevelle performed to during this show was a remix of Prince's, ''Pussy Control.''
As for the rest of the music I saw Schevelle perform to during the weekend, I am at a complete loss. I either didn't recognize it, or I was too busy watching Schevelle and attempting to memorize her costumes long enough to be able to take notes after the show. (Since Jenna Haze told me that it made her nervous when she saw me taking notes during one of her shows, I try to wait until the show is finished before writing anything down. [Jenna was new to feature dancing at the time, and didn't really know me so well as she does today.] Besides, it is hard to write and observe at the same time. At least it is for me.)
Schevelle told me to e-mail her a reminder and she would send me a list of the music she performed to for all three of the shows I observed during the weekend. I didn't get around to writing the e-mail for three or four days, and I have yet to receive a reply. Therefore, everybody will simply have to use their imaginations somewhat as we men do whenever we see a beautiful woman walking around fully dressed.
Schevelle is not only an excellent performer, but her interaction with the customers is generally very good. How good all depends on the rules of a particular club and the laws in a particular locale.
The ever beautiful Schevelle is five feet six inches tall, weighs in at one hundred ten pounds and her measurements are 35D-24-35.
Schevelle is very intelligent, has a great personality, and she truly enjoys a good laugh. Yes, she has a great sense of humor! She is also well spoken. Additionally, Schevelle loves meeting and chatting with her fans.
Schevelle is one of the best, most entertaining, feature dancers in the business today. It is my honest opinion that she should not be missed. So, to everybody who might get an opportunity to get out to a club to see her perform and to meet her in person, don't miss out!
Pay Schevelle a visit at: Schevelle.com
Between shows, Schevelle, Tony Batman, Cindy Pucci, a male friend of Cindy's, Andy Enomoto and I hung out together in the VIP area. Hey, when it comes to people to hang out with, one can't get much better company than that!
Saturday, November 14Th, I drove out to Oxnard, ate my fill at the Hometown Buffet, then went to the Spearmint Rhino to spend the evening with Carmen Hart and to observe both of her shows.
Carmen's first performance of the evening was her Cheerleader Show. When the show started, she carried a pair of florescent green pom-poms onto the stage and wore a short green jacket with long white sleeves. The sleeves had a row of green stars down each arm. Carmen also wore a pair of green, very short, shorts with a one inch wide white stripe down each hip. The white stripes were trimmed with a line of small sequins along the outside edges. Under the jacket, Carmen wore a green bra. The top halves of the breast cups of the bra were white with four or possibly five small green stars across the top edges of the cups. The bra was also decorated with silver sequins. Beneath her shorts, Carmen wore a green G-string like thong. The thong had a strip of one half-inch long white fringe across the top front edge. For footwear, Carmen wore a pair of clear, sandal-like, shoes with ankle straps and stiletto heels.
Carmen's fist song for this show was, ''Oh Mickey,'' by Toni Basil. Her second song shall forever remain a mystery, or at least it will for now. Her third song was, ''Oops There it is,'' by Fresh Prince (will Smith), and the fourth song was, ''Boom Boom Pow,'' by the Blacked Eyed Peas.
For her final performance, Carmen did her Puppet Show. Her costume for this show consisted of a white and gold face mask, white gloves and a dark blue jacket and pants. The jacket and the pants both sparkled as if they were made entirely of glitter. Beneath her jacket, Carmen wore a white blouse, if that is what you could call it. It was sleeveless and backless. (it didn't take a lot of material to make this piece, trust me!) Under her blouse, Carmen wore a blue bra that was decorated with lots of sequins, and beneath her pants, she wore a G-string like thong that was also decorated with sequins. On her feet, Carmen wore a pair of knee-length, pointed-toed, black leather boots with stiletto heels.
Carmen's music for this show began with the intro to, ''Mr. Tinkertrain,'' by Ozzy Osbourne. Next came, ''Lose Control,'' by Missy Elliot, followed by the, ''Move Shake Drop,'' remix and the, ''Shake,'' remix by the Ying Yang Twins, featuring Pitbull. Her final song was, ''One Two Step,'' by Ciara.
Carmen is a beautiful North Carolina native and a full blood Native American of the Lumbee tribe. She is very charming and extremely friendly. She can hold an intelligent conversation with anybody, and she has a great sense of humor. In addition to all of that, she loves to meet and chat with her fans, and she treats everybody that shows her the proper respect due her as a friend.
Carmen's hair is long black, and her eyes are dark brown. She stands five feet five inches tall, weighs one hundred twenty-five pounds and her measurements are 36C-26-38.
Carmen's shows are usually high energy performances, and her interaction with the tip rail customers is generally excellent.
I do not think there is a single good reason for anybody to ever pass up an opportunity to go to a club to see Carmen perform and to meet her in person. I can't see how they could possibly be disappointed.
Take a good look at Carmen at: CarmenHart.com
Okay folks, that's a wrap. Join me here the next time to continue the ongoing discussion of beautiful, sexy, women. Until then, everybody stay safe, have a great week, and live life as if there were no tomorrow!
Bonsoir et au revoir,