Tiffany & Debbie Gibson played Canal Room


Mr. C pretty much covered it all in the last post. Yes, that was me doing the truffle shuffle in your peripheral vision. A big shoutout to the 80’s Tribute Band, Rubix Kube who played all the hits we all remembered growing up in that crazy decade-a more innocent time before cell phones, mp3s and the internet. They had the crowd singing and shaking their booties all night long. They played a bunch of songs before bringing out the 80’s teen pop queens. Tiffany sounded amazing with a voice that can knock you off your feet. She hit us with a 1-2 punch of her biggest hits “Could’ve Been” and the Tommy James and the Shondells hit that made her famous, “I Think We’re Alone Now.” She was definitely looking fine…I wish she did a couple more songs. Her set was over way too quick. The band played more 80’s songs, then Debbie Gibson came out on stage. Now if you’re wondering what Debbie’s been doing all these years…the answer is situps! She threw me off a bit with her belly shirt and rock hard abs. I guess I was expecting her to come out in ripped acid wash jeans and a varsity jacket wearing one of those “blossom” hats. She perfomed 3 of her hits and complimented the band admitting that they sounded just like the record. She busted out a little acapella before “Only In My Dreams” which is how she used to perform it in the clubs to show the audience that she wasn’t lip syncing. After Rubix Kube played more 80’s tasty delights (it never got tired), the two headliners came out on stage together for the very first time and peformed Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believing” which brought down the house. Check out the videos below and be sure to check out Debbie Gibson and Tiffany as they star in the SyFy Channel Original Movie: “Mega Python Vs. Gatoroid” Premiering January 29th!


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