The band all dressed in matching suites started the show with a James Brown like vamp. This built the tension up enough for Shaun Fleming to make a dramatic entrance wearing a suite one would find in the petite section of Ann Taylor and Ziggy Stardust like sparking eye make-up. He pranced around the stage while passionately singing selections from their debut album "My Friend Fish" and sophomore release "Everybody's a Good Dog." He memorized the crowd with his mixture of Tom Jones, David Bowie, and Cher antics. Hexagon screens behind the stage displayed a variety of images throughout the performance such as melting colors, dancing soldiers, and 1950's bondage footage.
|Diane Coffee photo taken by The RRP|
Fleming told the crowd he would have to cut it short due to the technical issues. It was heartbreaking to see the house lights come on after he left the stage. But he definitely left the crowd wanting more.
|I am Love|
|Diane Coffee's set list|
See you at the next show. I will be the one not wearing makeup.