SqueezeBox!
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Once upon a time (like the mid-'90s), a party promoter named Michael Schmidt had a novel idea: drag queens dumping the lipsynching routine to sing rock and roll live onstage. No one knew what to expect when they first opened the doors to Don Hill's on the fateful night that SqueezeBox! was born in downtown Manhattan. With Mistress Formika presiding as hostess and den mother, the drag queens rocked New York nightlife in a way no one had ever seen before. But what began as a place for queer misfits who'd rather hear a guitar riff than a disco beat turned into a pansexual… More

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"What auds will find, however, is the same kind of pugnacious self-celebration that affects many nonfiction films about relatively obscure subjects -- relentless, stentorian bombast about how important it is. Which only serves to make one think, maybe not."
‑ John Anderson, Variety
"Give up, old timers-the kids are all right."
‑ Nick Pinkerton, Village Voice
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