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trixxie has also graced the stages of The Chapel, The Warfield, The Great American Music Hall, The DNA Lounge, SF MOMA, The de Young Museum, The DNA Lounge and so many more that it would be tedious to list them all for you, dear reader. She is a regular performer at the drag shows 'Mother' at OASIS (formerly Trannyshack, where the infamous Heklina gave a young faux queen her start), 'SOME THING', and 'Dark Room' (in addition to many others), with her favorite numbers relating to her favorite musicians: The Cure, Siouxsie and The Banshees, Bowie, The Glove as well as ironic and unexpected music such as Hall and Oates or Suicidal Tendencies - she is, after all, a comedian and loves an ironic twist.
Again, too many amazing bands to list, but her DJ tendencies show through in her song choices.
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