WCQ240 Broadway Songstress Luba Mason

Host: Amy Matheny and co-Host Kelli Simpkins

Kelli and Amy are swanging on the porch swang! Happy Labor Day! The girls are dishing about massages and the controversy of wearing white after Labor Day. Someone gave Kelli good head! No, really! Is Kelli a Cabaret girl? The girls remember hearing certain styles of music for the first time and share stories.

Guest:  Broadway singer Luba Mason talks about her Collage Tour along with her latest CD, Krazy Love. She talks about falling in love with Latin rhythms and her Broadway career with some big names. For more info, check out her website

Music Featured on This Queercast:
Luba Mason - "Cherry, Cherry" "Moondance" "The Calm Before the Storm"

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Alex: Wow! What a fox... This is a great interview with Luba Mason! I can hardly wait to catch one of her Chicago concerts.

martie: Your sexy Southern voice sounds so good when its hot out !


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