Last night the show at Don’t Tell Mama was magical. Yes a BIG SEXY audience got to witness some BIG SEXY MUSIC and oh what a night it was. The weather was crisp, the house was full, the music was delicious and Big Sexy delivered. With the biggest sexiest orchestra possible, we serenaded the lovingly attentive crowd with some sweet and vicious tunes taking them on a beautiful journey through tales of longing and hope. After nine months of planning and collaboration, it was a proud moment for Sir Stephen and I to be able to share our joyful musical union with the world. We made them laugh, we made them cry and everyone in the Big Sexy, Don’t Tell Mama room shared a smile amongst friends, old and new.
Aside from raising the roof and turning up the heat, histories collided at Don’t Tell Mama last night! The celebrated and ever regal lineage of Sir Stephens varied musical genealogies (Stephen was Mel Torme‘s protege and opened for the Beatles among other amazing adventures), collided in the biggest sexiest way possible with the musical pedigree of legendary James Chance (a key figure in the New York ‘No Wave’ scene and a spell binging improvisational jazz/ punk musician) . Talk about making Big Sexy Music history! This was a night for the books!
Generations crossed with the youngest member on the stage, the up and coming singing sensation “Sweet and Sexy” Hannah Rubie on back up vocals along with the delicious Kaz Silver who flew all the way from Florida to share the stage with us. The sexy sirens lulled us into a state of pure sexiness. Completing the sexy horn section and accompanying, James Chance on saxophone, the super cool cat Dave Spinley wailed out some hot licks. Michael Lunapiena, other wise known as Cello Mike or the wandering cellist, tugged on the heart strings with his amazingly heartfelt playing, there wasn’t a dry eye in the place after his magnificent performance. It was a blast. Thank you to everyone who came out and made the evening so Big and So SEXY!!!