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Pink Room Burlesque and Silencio salute David Lynch (slide show)

Le Poisson Rouge hosted a music-and-burlesque tribute to surrealist filmmaker David Lynch.

By Bruce Tantum
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On Sunday, October 14, Pittsburgh musical combo Silencio paid tribute to the works of David Lynch and Angelo Badalamenti, while Francine “The Lucid Dream” and her Pink Room Burlesque pals (including Amelia Bareparts, Legs Malone, Nasty Canasta, Ruby Valentine, Foxy Vermouth and Schäffer the Darklord) supplied a slightly more salacious salute to the neonoir filmmaker. The result: a suitably surreal homage to cinematic weirdness.

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