Taken from their bio:
Vixen Romeo is the founder and director of The Pin Up Girls, a burlesque dance troupe that embraces all different types of women. Girl on girl action, these girls make a big splash in the LGBT community. In other words, after a performance, there is not a dry seat in the house.
The group is queer based but it is not a necessary requirement for the dancers to be gay, as they don’t discriminate. Even if some of the dancers don’t identify themselves as gay, I’m sure they’re exploring their sexuality through dancing. The performance consists of beautiful young women sensually dancing with one another but they’re really dancing for us. Get close enough to the stage and the lustful eye contact of these femmes will leave you blushing
The dance routines are lasciviously choreographed by Vixen, meshing some of it up with material from the other crew members. The girls erotically strut to the styles of burlesque, hip hop and belly dancing (a major part of their dancing). Do you think that’s hot? Well, here’s something hotter….they even dance to their own music. Produced in their home, Vixen Romeo & Top 69 have 8 original songs in the Hip Hop/R&B genre. They incorporate 3 of their songs (“Booshie Bitch”, “Pin Me Up Against The Wall” and “There She Goes, She’s Real Fly”) in their show.
The Pin Up Girl Show has something for everyone; An eclectic group of sexy girly pin-ups accompanied by a couple of hot bois. The girly pin-ups are professional dancers and the bois in the group are performing artists. The group has been around for a few years and there have been various dancers throughout the history of The Pin Up Girls.
The Pin Up Girls is what it is today because Vixen had an admiration for music, dance & all things pin-up style and united them. A woman of many talents, a Dance Teacher with a degree in Literature and the Visual Arts with a focus on Photography, she left New York and moved to Los Angeles to finish writing her lesbian novel Through Screen Doors. She is an amazing bartender and is part of the The L Girls Bartenders. Interested in a Vixen Pop Defiant Snowboard? Contact Joy Joy Designs for more information.
Being a fan of The L Word, you might recall when Jenny, having an appearance crisis, asked Shane to give her a haircut. Let’s do a little recap of the aftermath of Jenny’s new cute hairdo in Season 2 Episode 5: “Labyrinth”:
SHANE AND JENNY ARE WALKING DOWN THE STREET.
A FOXY GIRL IS WALKING TOWARDS THEM & CHECKS OUT JENNY.
THE GIRL IS TOTALLY OBVIOUS WHEN SCOPING JENNY OUT.
SHANE TELLS JENNY, “YOU JUST GOT CRUISED!”
Does the cruiser look familiar? That was a cameo by Vixen Romeo. Now, let’s fast forward to Season 5 Episode 7: “Lesbians Gone Wild“ during the scene where Jenny visits Nikki in her trailer. Sexy little beats, a soulful voice and hot breaths are the background of this steamy love scene. There She Goes, She’s Real Fly is by Vixen Romeo & Top 69.
The Pin Up Girl have shared a stage with Betty, Goddess and She, Margaret Cho, Terra Naomi, and Sophie B. Hawkins (damn, I wish I was at that show). Vixen loves to represent who she is and the girls have participated in various queer events with the likes of Jane Lynch, Wilson Cruz & Lance Bass. They’ve performed at various clubs from The Tangier, to The Viper Room, to The Music Box.
Curve Magazine invited the girls to perform at two of their issue release parties (Meet “Papi” L Word Party with Janina Gavankar & Meet Cover Girl Dani Campbell). There is a Pin Up Girls interview, by Jenny Sherwin, in the Jan/Feb 2008 issue of Curve magazine.
The Pin Up Girls were featured on
Curl Girls Episode 104: “Out on the Town” during a performance at El Cid, in which they gave 3 cast members special lap dances.
The girls can also be seen in one of Liam Sullivan’s Kelly videos BETCH!
Check out Episode 6 of the Cat on the Prowl vlog with THE PIN UP GIRLS on
Aside from performing in The L City, the girls are working on a video shoot, so look out for the music video of There She Goes…She’s Real Flyin the near future.
Add them as a friend on My Space to get updates on their shows.
If you want to book them, I highly recommend these crowd pleasers,
Tips when attending a P.U.G. performance:
Get close to the stage, show your appreciation with applauses & cheers, don’t be SHY OR COY, be more vocal & loud, and throw your panties on the stage.