At Apex, Enough is Never Enough

Posted by Hearsay
November 7, 2008 11:44 AM |

Remember when nightclubs would bring in performers and not just DJs? The type to take the stage and sing – and maybe strip too, woo hoo! – not just stand back from the crowd and play? Well, Apex is on a roll these days – first with Inaya “Keep Pushin’” Day in September, then Colton “Still Pullin’” Ford in October. And tonight, Friday, Nov. 7, Apex brings in not one but two divas to sing their hearts out: Amber and Zelma Davis. Amber is sure to sing some of her hits from the past decade – “This Is Your Night,” “You Move Me” and of course “Sexual.” “Li da di” Davis was a vocalist with C+C Music Factory, so she’s almost certain to sing some of the hits from that early ‘90s group, including “Everybody Dance Now.”

But the real draw on this night is seeing the two perform their new duet “No More Tears (Enough Is Enough).” Yep, a makeover of the disco classic from Barbra “I’m Not Crying After Tuesday” Streisand and Donna “S-T-A-M-P” Summer. Amber and Zelma sound great together – and there’s every reason to think today’s gay boys will love this dramatic kiss-off as much as yesterday’s did. (And if you’re a gay from yesterday and today, you’re sure to love it tomorrow even more! It’s timeless.) One of Hearsay's favorite local DJs will spin before and after the show -- DJ Alex “I Wanna Go Deeper” Cohen. Yep, that should be enough! Show promptly at 12:30 a.m. Cover is $12.

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