January 30, 2006 07:21am
MWA: Anna Malle, Tyler Faith, Brooke Haven, Krystal Steal, Nicki Hunter
Source: Adult Industry News
by: Myles Shaffer
Myles' Weekend Adventures: Bonjour mon amis! Comment ca va? Myles Shaffer here. There will be no flippant opening this week. I'll go straight to work.
It is from memory and with great sadness that I write this first review. It is 6:08 Pm, Thursday evening, January 26th, and I just within the last half hour learned that Anna Malle was killed in an automobile accident yesterday, so I am sitting here choking back the tears at the moment. I'm not certain whether I first met Anna in 1998 or 1999. I do know that I already knew her by the Exotic Dancer Fan Fair 2000.
Anna was one of the very best feature dancers it has ever been my extreme pleasure to observe and to know. Her costumes were always beautiful and very sexy. Her musical selection was always excellent, her performances inspiring, and her interaction with the tip rail patrons was almost illegal. I truly don't believe anybody could possibly ever see one of Anna's shows and not enjoy the experience immensely!
Anna was a great lady. She was a beautiful, friendly, lovable, intelligent, articulate woman, a great performer, and as a friend, I loved her dearly.
There has never been a more free-spirited, funny, fun loving woman than Anna in the world. I remember a moment several years ago, when I said to Anna that she was the most beautiful Cherokee woman I had ever seen, and that she made me even more proud of my few drops of Cherokee blood than I already was. Instead of blushing and saying thank you, such as many women would have done, Anna immediately began to sing, "Cherokee People," to me. (I never did let her live that one down, and always took great delight in reminding her every time I saw her. Of course, she was always gracious about it, and laughed about it even more than I.)
I would give anything to be able to make my customary recommendation that my readers not pass up an opportunity to see Anna perform and to meet her in person, but I'll never be able to do that again in this lifetime, because sadly, Anna is gone, and there will never be another.
I want anybody reading this to please observe a moment of silence, and if any of my readers pray, please say a prayer for Anna.
My heart goes out to Hank Armstrong and to Anna's family.
While it may seem a bit morbid to some, Anna can still be visited at AnnaMalle.com
Now, I must pull myself together and get ready to hit the clubs. Somehow, I don't think my heart will be in it tonight, but life must go on.
Thursday, January 26th
To make a short story long, various unwanted problems I had pop after writing about Anna Malle caused me to be unable to go out this night.
Friday night, January 27th, I drove up to the Rouge, in Van Nuys, and spent a little time with Tyler Faith and Wankus, from KSEXradio.com
I have written about Tyler several times in the past, so I'll just say that she is a beautiful, loving, friendly woman. She performs well on stage using very nice looking costumes and a good musical selection. And, her interaction with the tip rail customers is very good.
I do recommend a trip to a nearby club to see and meet Tyler Faith in person.
Check Tyler out at: TylerFaith.com
Oh yes, Wankus is a very friendly, nice guy, also. Check him out on his show on KSEXradio.com
While there at Rouge, I met a couple of new, at least to me, house dancers. One dancer is Faith, who is originally from India. Faith is a friendly and very lovely and exotic looking woman. The second dancer is Seanna, with whom I had a somewhat lengthy conversation. Seanna is a good looking young woman who is intelligent, very nice, and a very good conversationalist. If any of my readers ever find themselves inside of Rouge, look for Faith and Seanna, say hello, and possibly purchase a few dances with the ladies. I do believe it might be money well spent.
After leaving Rouge, I raced over to the Blue Zebra Cabaret, in North Hollywood, in an attempt to catch Brooke Haven's last show of the evening. When I arrived, the new doorman told me that I was in time for Brooke's last show of the evening, so I paid the cover, went into the club, bought my one drink minimum from Nadine, my favorite Blue Zebra, waitress, and learned that Brooke had already performed her last show! However, I did find Brooke still on the floor doing her signing, so at least I got to see her and say hello. (Before leaving, while keeping my temper in check and being so polite about it as possible, I did have a few firm words with the doorman, and let him know that had he bothered to do a little research, instead of talking through his ass because his mouth knows better, I could have returned to my car, gone home, and arranged to return Saturday night for at least one show.)
Even though I missed seeing Brooke Haven perform this night, I have written about her a couple of times before, so I can say with some authority that she is beautiful and friendly. I can also say that she performs well on stage with nice costumes and good music, and I do recommend a trip to a club to see and meet her in person.
Brooke can be seen at LADirectModels.com
Saturday afternoon, January 28th, I went to the City of Industry Spearmint Rhino to see Krystal Steal's matinee show.
I recently reviewed Krystal, so I won't say too much at this time.
For this one show, Krystal wore a lovely, filmy, white costume, the bodice of which was a sort of sparkly, light silver lame material. While I can't do that great a job of describing the costume, I can tell my readers that it looks very good on her, and even better off of her!
Krystal's performance of this particular show was, for the most part, slow and very sensual.
If any of my readers ever get an opportunity to see and meet Krystal Steal in person, why not give it a shot? Nothing ventured, nothing gained.
Visit Krystal at: KrystalSteal.com
After Krystal's show, I met a sweetheart of a new dancer named Lauren. Lauren is very cute, and an absolute pleasure to speak with. If any of my readers were to find themselves inside the City of Industry Rhino, look for Lauren, say hello, and buy a dance. I did, and it was money well spent!
Saturday evening, I made the eighty-four mile drive to the Oxnard Spearmint Rhino to spend some time with Nicki Hunter.
(Saturday afternoon, I came to the realization that I had never seen Brooke Haven dance solo, so I had planned to catch Nicki's first show, then race back to North Hollywood to catch at least one of Brooke's shows. However, Nicki asked me to stay for her second show. Now somebody please tell me, how does one refuse a request from Nicki Hunter to spend more time with her?! Needless-to-say, I was unable to get back before Brooke was finished, so I drove straight home. Don't worry. I plan to see Brooke again and again!)
Since I have written about Nicki a few times in the recent past, I'll attempt to be brief.
For her first show, Nicki performed her, "Harem Girl," show, complete with an extremely sexy harem girl, or belly dancer if one would prefer, red and gold costume. This is a very high energy show from start to finish!
For the second show, Nicki performed her, "Green Fairy," show. Her costume was a very interesting, rather filmy, green, winged, fairy outfit. This show starts off somewhat slow and sensual, but once Nicki lacks very little being nude, the show speeds up and becomes rather high energy. (I don't think Nicki knows how to do anything slow for very long at a time.)
Nicki's interaction with the customers is so good, just a very little bit more, and it would be illegal!
I highly recommend that nobody ever pass up a chance to see and meet Nicki Hunter in person. She will not disappoint!
I also recommend that my readers look for one of Nicki's films, and anything else they can find to ogle. She is a great performer in front of the camera, and she isn't doing too badly behind the camera. Nicki is now directing for Hustler and one or two other companies, including her own productions.
I discovered a couple of articles on AINews.com earlier in the week that were written by Julie Meadows, whom I had the pleasure of meeting and seeing perform at the Rialto Spearmint Rhino, Friday evening, July 27, 2001.
There are those who say that I am funny, and that I write well. After reading those two articles by Julie, I know fully well that, when it comes to writing and being funny, I couldn't make a pimple on Julie's beautiful buns! I want all my readers to go to the links listed in the box to the right and read those two articles.
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Okay my beloved readers, enough is enough. Until next week, everybody stay safe and have a fantastic week!
Bonsoir et au revoir,