Honey Mahogany Scorches Nina Simone

Update update! I found another version of Honey singing “Feeling Good”. It was at the opening of MOTHA : Museum of Transgender History and Art ( sfmotha.org ) at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco. She’s tastefully glammed out, and wows us with a middle eastern/Beyonce prelude, a slow, steady build up, and then a stunningly long and forceful final note. I put it at the end of this post, just in case you’d like to see the original:

Having a lazy Sunday afternoon, listening to my Youtube playlist: “Killer Glam Diva Performances“. It’s tea time, and I’m FEELING GOOD! Watch as Honey gives a smokin rendition of the song Nina Simone made famous.

Be sure to see Honey and her pals burn up the stage every Monday night at “Mahogany Mondays” at the Midnight Sun, in SF CA.

Honey Mahogany and the Erika Von Volkyrie trio perform at Martuni’s. Featuring Elvis Johnson on drums and Bill Noertker on bass. Video recorded by Under the Golden Gate:

http://underthegoldengate.com/

For more on Honey visit: http://www.itshoney.com/

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Here’s Nina:

Hey what’s that hanging off her lip?

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How bout this version from Muse:

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And then there’s this from the Pussycat Dolls:

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And finally, from American Idol Diva Adam Lambert:

Happy Sunday!

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And finally, here’s Honey again,

Published on Jul 17, 2013
Honey Mahogany performs at the opening of MOTHA : Museum of Transgender History and Art ( sfmotha.org ) at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco.

Video courtesy of Gitte Shmitz: http://vimeo.com/gitteschmitz
Category
Entertainment
License
Standard YouTube License

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