Grit City Podcast - Small Business and Entertainment Talk from Tacoma, Washington
About This Show
Grit City Podcast - So much more than two drunks with a microphone!
The Grit City Podcast is based in Tacoma, Washington and hosted by Brogan & Scott. Just a couple of guys exploring the many different aspects of the Pacific Northwest. Covering everything from lifestyle and small businesses to local events, musicians, bands and interesting characters we find along the way.
We do most of our interviews and recording at the currently closed Grit City Comedy club attached to Malarkey’s Pool and brew @455 Tacoma, Ave s.
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Most Recent Episode
Grit City Podcast 116 - Gritty City Sirens
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Episode 116: Gritty City Sirens This time, the guys are joined by Ava D Jor, Dessie Devine, and Adora Borealis from the Gritty City Sirens, a local Tacoma burlesque troop that perform in the PNW area. The group celebrates different body types, ethnicities, backgrounds, talents, and strengths of their performers. It’s also important to the group to give back to local non-profits in the community through proceeds and volunteering. Places they’ve helped out include: YWCA, Rainbow Center, Race for a Soldier, and Broadway Center. The show kicks off with the guests explaining that Gritty City Sirens is a sisterhood of 12 women based on trust, mutual respect, and empowerment. They talk about their founder Rosy Cheeks and the beginning of it all 6 years ago. They give props to local Tacoma sponsors that have helped them throughout the years, including: Valhalla Coffee, 1111, and Minuteman Press. 11:14 – The ladies talk about places they’ve performed in Tacoma including The Swiss, Jazzbones, Pantages, and the Temple, where they performed in front of an audience of over 1,000 people. They talk about the first performances at the old Hells Kitchen that was on Pacific Ave and random places they are setup to change at the performance locations, one being next to a grease fire in a kitchen. 18:20 – Discussion goes through the process of creating the show, the beginning month long creative writing, choreographing of 75% rehearsed routine, and the final part that is fine-tuning and polishing everything for the stage with the production team. They talk about the upcoming show on April 15th, BoobTube and the guys discuss Norwescon happening the same weekend. At the halfway point, conversation dives into the different committee’s within the group, counting the production team, marketing team, merchandise team and sponsor team and th
Rated 5 out of
This is a great resource for small businesses and anyone interested in them. Good for Tacoma, Washington for having such an inspiring community of people.
Date published: 2015-03-16