BIO: Born in Tallahassee, Blossom performed worldwide as a solo artist and with The Linen Sisters, delivering her signature Street Gutter commando style cabaret act as far away as Sydney (during Gay Games 2002).
- In the heart of Texas, she twirled a white feather boa down the middle of Congress Avenue, from the Texas Capitol to 4th street.
- She crashed a black-tie fundraising event of Ballet Austin at the Driskill hotel (one reviewer noted the “perfect decadence” she brought to the evening).
- Blossom impersonated a “pink lady” wearing a poodle skirt at a Grease sing-along (Paramount Theatre).
- The highlight of her career, occurred before noon when she refused the only payment she was ever offered for a performance. Witnesses recall her climbing the stage at Mississippi River Bottom, a dive bar off Bourbon Street in New Orleans’ lower French Quarter. While lip syncing “I don’t care if the sun don’t shine” (playing on a jukebox), a patron approached with a handful of change. Blossom accepted it in cupped hands and then flung it at the patron, showering the audience with coins.