Some articles on velvet hammer burlesque:
... was the keyboard player for the popular Velvet Hammer Burlesque house band, led by the Millionaire (of Combustible Edison fame) ... The Velvet Hammer Burlesque ran monthly at the El Rey Theater in Los Angeles until director/producer Michelle Carr relocated to Germany ... original compositions were also featured in the film documentary "The Velvet Hammer Burlesque," by filmmaker Augusta ...
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