Batman And Schevelle Take The Treats To The Crazy Horse In San Fransisco This Weekend

San Fransisco, California- From the sunny beaches of Southern California, to the winding streets of San Francisco, Emcee of the Year Tony Batman and Showgirl Schevelle stop for nothing as they bring the party to the City by the Bay. These road warriors come to the world famous Crazy Horse making this their third stop in California.

In their first two stops Batman and Schevelle filmed a scene for the mainstream movie “The Screening Room”, hosted Porn Star Karaoke and visited the Playboy Studios for a radio interview with Christy Canyon and Nicki Hunter on Playboy Radio. They also found time in this busy schedule to walk the red carpet at the Bada Bing Bash, which is a fundraiser put on by the Free Speech Coalition, alongside the likes of Larry Flynt, Suze Randall, Nina Hartley and many more, Batman and Schevelle were proud to mingle with such legends of the adult industry.

This Thursday kicks off the first of Showgirl Suzanne Schevelle’s three nights of explosive performances. The vaudeville theatre style setting of the club is the perfect place to call up some friends and meet for a wild time watching any of Schevelle’s nine naughty shows. It is rumored that the Dyvinyles song “I Touch Myself” was inspired and recorded there inside the Crazy Horse when it was an actual mainstream theatre venue.

Now, no one does it alone and this trained dancer is no different. “I couldn’t do it without Tony’s golden vocals helping me out. He is the voice that gets to say what so many customers are thinking. The whole club livens up when he is on the mic. He really creates the party environment. It’s a trip to listen to him while I am performing because I never know what he is going to say,” said Schevelle.

Join us this week as the traveling showgirl circus rolls into your town. Come feel like you’re eighteen again, only you have money in your pocket now… so you can have more fun.

The Crazy Horse is located at 980 Market Street, San Francisco. Call the club at 415-771-6480 for more information and showtimes.

To find out more about Schevelle and her upcoming scheduled appearances go to www.schevelle.com. To find out more about Tony Batman and A! Entertainment go to www.tonybatman.com.

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