This ain't your mama's cabaret! Nope, this raucous, rowdy, interactive show is different every time! Aunt Dottie and her Nephew Aaron have been bringing their unique brand of entertainment to audiences since 2008 and are pleased as punch to be King County 4Culture Touring Artists. Book them for YOUR convention, party, or special event! Aunt Dottie is always the "hostess with the mostess" and, along with Nephew Aaron on the keys, can keep any event lively and unique!

Check out their calendar to find dates/locations of their stage show so you can join the fun as they put their own spin on pop, rock, standards and just about any other genre of music your heart desires!!



There comes a moment near the end of "A CHORUS LINE" when one of the character's sings, "What I did for Love".  Part of the lyric goes like this: "won't forget, can't regret, what I did for love." Today, I got to thinking about the things we do for love. I love to sing and perform with audiences. Notice I said, "WITH", not "FOR". As far as I'm concerned, performance is about the communion between performer and audience. When I go see a performance of any kind, I can always tell if the performers are doing it for the love of the audience-performer bond; or if they're doing it to show off. Showing off turns me off. Do you go to see bands, plays, movies, concerts to marvel at someone's technical skill? Or do you go to (hopefully) make a connection with the performer(s)? Do tell . . .

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