The Underground Experience Presents “The Ebony Cabaret & Stuff”


The Underground Experience Presents “The Ebony Cabaret & Stuff”


Join Uncle Earl & The Ladies Of “Ebony Cabaret” For An Entertaining and Enlightening Experience.

I Also Stroll Through Memory Lane Of The East Coast & West Coast Cabaret World!


Guests Include: Desiree Parkman (DP Productions), Anabel Lee (Singer), Jenny Rieu (Chanteuse).


 Air Date: Monday 9/2/12  9am – 10am (PST) & 9pm – 10pm (PST) at


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Musical Artists Include: Duke Ellington, Gregory Hines & The Cast of “Jelly’s Last Jam”, Jenny Rieu, Anabel Lee, Sandra Reaves-Phillips, Rogue, Steve Kirwan, Nita Whitaker, Vickilyn Reynolds, From The Cast of “Stage & Screen” C.C. Campbell and Marishka Phillips & Matthew Dickens !


Ebony Cabaret Artists Include:



Lacy Darryl Phillips aka Uncle Earl

Performer/Producer/Host/DJ of “The Underground Experience” Radio Show 

Starring in the upcoming production of “Ain’t Misbehavin’ at International Center Theater in Long Beach 


Jacques Lesure Quintet

Jacques Lesure is a man who always has jazz on his mind.

The prolific guitarist hails from Detroit, Michigan and has performed with greats such as Kenny Burrell, Oscar Brown Jr., Stanley Turrentine, Wynton Marsalis, George Benson, Les McCann, Carmen Lundy, Oliver Lake and many others.  A Berklee College graduate Jacques Lesure offers musical entertainment, enrichment and education through live  performances, individual and group lessons, lectures and music clinics.


Annabel Lee

Whether belting out with the best of them, or oozing soft and sensual sounds, Annabel is a force to be reckoned with.  From Europe, Asia, and back to her native America, she has given to audiences from near and far as only she knows how: 100%!  Cabaret, straight-ahead classic and modern jazz, folk, and even classical; the genres have all been a part of her repertoire.  She’s an accomplished lyricist/composer, fronting her pet project with her collaborator and husband, Richard E; additionally, she performs standards known to all, such as those made popular by Sarah Vaughan, Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Shirley Bassey, and that long list of legends.  For some, it may seem a bit ‘unfocused’, but for the Artist that is Annabel, it is simply a matter of utilizing each and every talent and skill that has been bestowed upon her.


The Brown Betties

Based here in Los Angeles, we are the Brown Betties of “Harlem’s Night Cabaret” which is a 1940s dinner-theater bedtime story about a woman looking for love in all the wrong places. With the tease of burlesque combined with singing, dancing, tapping and acting, we are a sultry, sassy, sophisticated show that is an interactive experience!

Please take a look at our websites and links below for more information.


Harlem’s Night Sizzle Reel


Jessebelle Thunder

Jessabelle Thunder: With a passion you can feel rolling in over the hills Jessabelle is a deep drink of desire. Full of sweet laughter and tempting looks Jessabelle shames her namesake. Inspired by a love of vintage 50s glamor she enrolled in Striptease Symposium’s beginner burlesque class and thankfully for the rest of us she did.

Jenny Eloise Rieu

Jenny Eloise Rieu started out as an Opera singer at age 13 (studied Opera at the Conservatory Maurice Ravel of Velizy-Villacoublay), then worked extensively in film, television, theater and music projects internationally. She’s also a graduate from the prestigious the American Academy of Dramatic Arts of New York.
Michael Bogomolny began playing the piano at age 4 and studied at the Classical School of Music, as well as Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance, he wrote his first piece at age 5.
Together they created the Cabaret show THE LADY IN RED, a show that pays homage to old Hollywood songs, as well as Jazz Standards and French songs, ranging from the 1920’s to the 1950’s.Depending on the size of the event, THE LADY IN RED show also offers the option to include additional musicians to its initial duet. Former performances have included the participation of the Dale Black Jazz Quartet, as well as backup singers and dancers.
The band also has personal compositions that reflect their heavy influence from the past eras. Cabaret de L’Obscure has performed at numerous corporate events and venues in Los Angeles, such as M Bar, The Hollywood Studio Bar And Grill, The Paul Gleason Theater, or even The Madison in Long Beach. The band just completed the theme song of the documentary Pastriology, called “Patisserie”, a song that is an Ode to French bakeries, currently available on CD baby for sale.


Broadcast # 136A


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Podcast will be available on iTunes. Podomatic and Website!


Annabel Lee, Desiree Parkman, Uncle Earl & Jenny Rieu

Ebony Cabaret Poster

Desiree Parkman

Annabel Lee & Robert E.

Jenny Rieu

Jacques Lesure

Duke Ellington

Gregory Hines & Jelly’s Last Jam Cast

Sandra Reaves-Phillips

Steve Kirwan

Nita Whitaker-La Fontaine

Vickilyn Reynolds

Marishka Phillips

Matthew Dickens

Rogue – Erika RoShawn, Melina RoChelle and Krystle RoQuel