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Garage Girls a Go Go

One January 27, 2005 I attended Tsunami Benefit held at this fabulous club Crobar, in NYC. The show’s performers were Nancy Sinatra, Sandra Berhard (Gina, from The Sopranos season 2 episode “D-Girl”), and Cyndi Lauper. I was raised on Rock and Roll, so you already know how my musical tastes go.
 

Nancy Sinatra

Sandra Bernhard

Nancy Sinatra, opened the show and not for nothing, she was really good. I especially enjoyed the song, “Baby, Please Don’t Go”, which Steve Van Zandt (I guess Silvio Dante has a lot of free time in the back room of the Bada Bing) wrote for her new album, entitled “Nancy Sinatra”.
 

Sandra Bernhard

Cincy Lauper

She also did the classic, “These Boots are for Walking”. My escort and I both agreed, if you have a chance to catch a live performance of hers, by all means go.
 

The Finale

The Garage Girls a Go Go


Next was Sandra Berhard, who besides some quick comedic remarks, sang a set of 4 or 5 songs (I had left the room for a short while). Cyndi Lauper performed next with some new stuff and with two of my favorites, “Money Changes Everything” and “Girls just want to have fun” (oh, so true).
 

Nancy Sinatra, With Garage Girls,Laurelle Rethke, & Martine Quigley

Garage Girl  Nicole Moeller

The part of the show, that I was waiting for was the encore, which featured, all the performers singing “These Boots are for Walking” including the Garage Girls-A-GO-GO, whom are Choreographed by Maureen Van Zandt. They truly are amazing to watch them dance with such confidence and prose.

After the performance

The Garage Girls-A-Go-Go from left to right:   Tara Fitzgerald, Laurelle Rethke, Nicole Moeller, Maureen Van Zandt (choreographer and director, aka Gabby Dante from The Sopranos), Anne McDaniels, Whitney Bryant, Martine Quigley

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