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Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Former Harlette, Ula Hedwig, Has A Track On The New Album ‘Celebrate’ By Win Marcinak

Unlike the blues, dance music has long been the province of gay men, as both performers and fans. On Celebrate (Burning Tyger), Win Marcinak blends covers (Three Dog Night’s “Celebrate,” Sylvester’s “Disco Heat/Mighty Real,” Kajagoogoo’s “Too Shy,” and Aretha’s “Rock Steady”) with originals. Ulla Hedwig, one of Bette Midler’s original Harlettes, sings with Marcinak on “We Are What We Are.”

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Friday, January 13, 2017

Betteback October 17, 1973: “I’m the last of the truly tacky women!”

Madison Wisconsin State Journal
October 17, 1973

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The reigning resident kook of showbiz, Bette Midler, unloosed her own outrageous, schizophrenic self on more than 4.500 appreciative fans Wednesday night in the Dane County Coliseum and gave each more than an inkling of why she is coming on strong as the 1970s high priestess of super camp.

From the opening shimmy out onto the stage, decked out in frizzled hair, pink ostrich fan, black-and-white slack suit, big red rose in the decolletage, and something like a yellow bird in her hair.singing her theme “ You Gotta Have Friends,” she was every bit The Divine Miss M. Read More

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Monday, September 24, 2012

Bette Gets Bootlegged! You Mean I Didn’t Come Up With That Name?

Middletown Times Herald Record
I of every 3 tapes bootlegged
October 30, 1974

HOLLYWOOD (UPI)— Hold it! That Elvis Presley tape cartridge you’re playing on your stereo outfit may well be bootlegged.

If you paid only $2.50-$3.50 for that Presley or Bette Midler 8-track tape then it almost certainly is a pirated product.

The United States Attorney’s Office says one out of every three tape cartridges is as hot as the Watergate recordings although considerably less earth-shaking. Read More

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