Jake Brennen was an entertainer out of Columbus, Ohio where he was featured at places like Bow Wow and Toolbox Saloon. He also was a favorite local bartender. Though Jake and his partner have moved to San Diego, California Jake’s Columbus friends and family have many great memories of this fantastic person.
Zach Clark is an entertainer out of Ohio where he has been featured at places like Masque in Dayton, Ohio, Shooters in Cincinnati, Ohio and Highball Tavern, Toolbox Saloon and Tremont Lounge in Columbus, Ohio.
Blossom O’Toole was the illusion of Frank Adair and was a featured at venues like InCahoots and Metro Complex in Jacksonville, Florida.
Blossom first appeared in 2004. Jum Hawkins explains:
“The Character BLOSSOM O’TOOLE was created on a whim in 2004. A friend of mine who owned a gay complex night club in Jacksonville, Florida, came to me for advice on his Drag Show. He had a top of the line drag performers and was having trouble making it profitable. I watched and they were all great at their interpretations. My advise was “he needed to inject some comedy”. Jokingly I said “I could make a ninety year old man with one leg a comedy drag queen “. He then pointed to my friend FRANK and said “… make Frank a comedy queen”. Two weeks later he was billed as BLOSSOM O’TOOLE “THE OLDEST DRAG IN CAPTIVITY” the rest is history. At first it was, who is that old drag queen winning over the mass following with his campy and sometimes off color numbers. For ten years he became an icon and was loved by his great following not only as BLOSSOM O’TOOLE but also as FRANK a loving character in his own rite.”
Frank sadly passed away on January 14th, 2014. A celebration of life was held at InCahoots on Sunday, January 26th and at Metro Complex on February 16th.
Show Ad | InCahoots Nightclub (Jacksonville, Florida) | 1/26/2014
Show Ad | Metro Complex (Jacksonville, Florida) | 2/16/2014
Sasha Nicole was an entertainer out of Saint Louis, Missouri where she was featured at places like Hamburger Mary’s. Sadly we lost Sasha Nicole on January 3rd, 2013. Sasha is fondly remembered for her high energy, humor and willingness to help others. Her loss will leave a great void in the Saint Louis community and everyone who knew her.