Baby Dee Opens Her Home for Concert

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Dee rocks out on the air microphone.
  • Dee rocks out on the air microphone.

Cleveland transgendered torch singer Baby Dee will perform a rare concert at her home on May 12.

Dee's latest album, Regifted Light, was recorded in Dee's home (the very same home where she'll be performing) by superfan Andrew W.K.

The house concert is open to only 30 people, so if you want a ticket, you better request one pretty soon by writing [email protected] Tickets are $20.

Details are kinda sketchy at the point, but the concert will most likely feature Dee playing songs on Andrew W.K.'s grand piano, which was used on the album, with some special guests.

Andrew W.K. will be there, so hopefully there'll be a few opportunities to smash your face or blow something up. —Michael Gallucci

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