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Hot Pink Feathers In Oakland At Cafe Van Kleef

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Published on Jul 9, 2007

http://oaklandfocus.blogspot.com - On the first Saturday of each month, Cafe Van Kleef, a great electic hangout at 1621 Telegraph features a dance group called The Hot Pink Feathers. It's a San Francisco-based group of women who described their performance as "Hot Pink Feathers is the world's premiere samba burlesque dance troupe. These San Francisco-based dancing darlings are spreading the glitter gospel across the globe with their exuberant extravangzas. From family friendly to all-out risque revues, the Feathers entertainment themes range from Brazilian Carnaval, New Orleans Mardi Gras, French Can Can, Gypsy Cabaret, Tropical Sambafest, to Bawdy Bollywood and beyond." They dance to the music of a band called "Blue Bone Express" and in the hottest outfits anyone's ever seen. They pack the house. I've only seen them once before this video, and when I did I told Peter Van Kleef, the establishment's owner, than I'd film the event -- that's what it is, really -- the next time they performed. So this time that's exactly what I did. Check it out. For more info on The Hot Pink Feathers, go to there website at:
http://www.hotpinkfeathers.com and for more info on Cafe Van Kleef and it's location, go to http:/www.cafevankleef.com . And as a note, I filmed this using the "night shot" system on my Sony camcorder, as it was so dark I could not see well through the normal camera's eye. - vlog produced by Zennie Abraham Zennie62 Blog http://www.zennie62blog.com - youtube video
A Zennie Abraham YouTube Vlog Zennie62, Oakland's 1st YouTube Partner Channel, covers San Diego Comic Con, NFL Draft, Oakland Raiders, CES Las Vegas, The Academy Awards

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