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Debbie, Leticia, Jennifer, Kim, Jolli, Patti, Becky, Kimberlee

July 7, 2010

The opening number of that legendary show at the Playboy club was a chorus kick line to the tune of the song ‘The Women” by the Village People.
Here’s the line-up: Debbie Petersen/Hard Hat, Leticia Ibarra/Electrician, Jennifer Stace/Military Police, Kim Blank/Boxer, Jolli Neal/Football Player, Patti Nelson/Military Cadet, Becky Jordan/Sailor, Kimberlee Carlson/Cowboy.

And here’s the L. A. Knockers clad in white leotard and vinyl leggings for the dance number “Visions Aurora,” song by Michael Cavanaugh (Jennifer’s son).

Leticia, Kim, Jolli, Kimberlee, Jennifer, Patti, Becky, Debbie

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  1. Marilyn Corwin (my Mom) was choreographer for the real
    Village People in the late 7o’s and 80’s. She choreo-
    graphed songs and albums including Renaissance when they temporarily changed their image. From the early 90’s to present day she has been designing and updating their costumes for their world wide tours and media appearances. The guys acknowledged my mom’s contributions when they received they Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2008. The Village People saw the L A Knockers perform at El Cid, Los Angeles in 1981.
    Written by Cary Scaringi

    Cary

    July 7, 2010 at 9:53 pm

  2. Dear Cary,
    Thanks so much for your input into the Knocker Blog and your writing about your wonderful mom. She meant the world to all of us, her dancing, her energy and her love… and it comes through from you… best, jennifer

    Jennifer

    July 9, 2010 at 3:13 pm

  3. And of course these are fabulous too…
    I have all these photos myself, they make me cry, they are wonderful!
    love, j

    Jennifer

    July 11, 2010 at 8:34 pm

  4. My son put together our bands at the Comedy Store and played keyboard and opened for us at Gio’s…

    Jennifer

    July 11, 2010 at 9:00 pm

  5. I’d like to pay a tribute to my son, Michael Cavanaugh, who put our bands together, created “Visions Aurora” and a new musical rendition of our dance TAXES. He died in 1994.

    Jennifer

    July 18, 2010 at 1:33 pm


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