Suicide Girls’ Blackheart Burlesque Tour Hits LA this Weekend: A Night of Bangerz!

 

Photos by Billy Bennight for the Los Angeles Beat

Photos by Billy Bennight for the Los Angeles Beat

My first experience with the Suicide Girls was a number of years ago at the Knitting Factory. The Suicide Girls provided alternative bendy and naughty fun for me and my friends that evening. I follow these scintillating Hotties on Facebook and I find they always offer some pretty catchy and enticing eye candy.

It’s been 6 years since this showcase of these bad girls have hit the road. I caught the current installment of Suicide Girl’s signature Burlesque show, The Blackheart Burlesque Tour, in Seattle at El Corazon. I considered this an excellent opportunity to preview the Suicide Girl’s show slated for the House of Blues this Saturday October the 26th. These Bangerz should heat up West Hollywood and this Halloween weekend as no others can!

Photo Gallery after the Break

The show at the El Corazon in Seattle was a sold out show with a solid and lengthy line outside the establishment. Once inside, we were treated to a groovy set by DJ Nic Suicide. Her DJing skills blew up the mood featuring old Metal standards, New Metal and some grindy Dubstep. This warmed up the fans for about 45 minutes before the show got underway. Soon with a few tweaks to the stage the girls hit the stage making their moves like the bangerz they are! Katherine Suicide offered the introductions of the girls and hosted the show that set the tone for the evening. In no time at all the costumes flew off and these young toned dancer’s bodies started bending and twisting in ways that are far beyond suggestive and turned up the temperature in the venue. The bangin’ crew of beauties were MaxxyPriddyBricksieKatherine and Razzi: all of them brought it with tons of energy and playful fun. The crowd was fully on board providing cat calls and cheers as girl’s booties raised, shook and bounced! There were many themed dance numbers that included: Star Wars, Planet of the Apes and for the nerdy crowd, Doctor Who themes. The girls hit all the hot spots, just the right way during their set, with great moves and naughty nakedness! I loved it when the girls flirted with me and others near the front. A number of times they shared their good will by draping portions of their costumes and themselves on and about me and a few others near the front of the stage. The girls were being bad in a good way and I enjoyed the suggestive antics and rousing play that engaged everyone there.

Turn your Halloween into Halloweenie by cranking of the heat to your weekend with the Suicide Girls’ Blackheart Burlesque Show at the House of Blues this weekend. I shot a host of hot poses and peekaboo moments from last night’s performance, as a tasty tease to this weekend’s frolicking festivities that will warm up more than your heart!

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Billy Bennight is a writer, photographer and wardrobe stylist with expertise and years of experience in these disciplines. His musical youth started as a Punk Rocker and has expanded into exploring many genres of music, with an keen interest in art, fashion, photography and writing. He shoots celebrity events and red carpets for PR Photos, Photoshot and The Photo Access/Corbis. His images have been published in Vanity Fair, People Magazine and The Los Angeles Times. He's very engaged in life. You can follow him on his Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/billybennightartist
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