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NASHVILLE, TN

ADDICTED TO AMERICANA
Live Slide Show Performance Celebrating Classic and Kitschy American Life and Style

Nashville Boogie
Opryland Resort
2800 Opryland Dr, Nashville, TN


Prepare for your national pride to swell when Ambassador of Americana, Charles Phoenix, launches retro pop culture into the stratosphere! With his spirited commentary, keen expertise, and eagle eye for oddball detail, Charles shares the…Read More


 

 

CHARLES PHOENIX CATALINALAND
Live Retro Slide Show Performance Celebrating SoCal's Enchanted Island!

Avalon Casino Theatre
1 Casino Way
Avalon, CA 90704


Catalina Island Museum presents ... Ambassador of Americana, Charles Phoenix, at the iconic Casino's spectacular 1929 Art Deco movie palace. Be prepared for your Catalina loving' spirit to SOAR when Charles sweeps us away on…Read More


 

 

CHARLES PHOENIX AT TIKI KON
Addicted to Americana Book Signing

Red Lion on the River
909 N Hayden Island Dr
Portland, OR 97217


Join Charles at Tiki Kon signing his latest book, Addicted to Americana. Books will be available for sale - 30. Please note: Note: This book sighing is under the umbrella of the overall Tiki Kon…Read More


 

 

CHARLES PHOENIX AT TIKI OASIS
Live Comedy Slide Show Performance Celebrating Classic & Kitschy American Life & Style!

Crown Plaza San Diego
2270 Hotel Circle North
San Diego, California 92108


Be prepared for your national pride to swell when Ambassador of Americana, Charles Phoenix, supercharges the classic living room slide show into a laugh-out-loud celebration of spectacular mid-century space age style, car culture, road trips,…Read More


 

SLIDE OF THE WEEK

Woman dancing with skeleton.

In a dank, dark basement a genuine skeleton dances with a very happy woman. As they sway to the rhythm the Skeleton enjoys a cigarette. There's a cigarette butt in his mouth. And, by the way, the skeleton is not an imposter. A man came up to me after a slide show and said, "I'm a doctor and that skeleton is real!" (thanks for the info doc!). Behind them, on a crepe paper tablecloth with well-preserved fold lines, sit several bottles of boos. At least one of them is half empty. Behind the tabletop bar is a dryer. That's very progressive. Most people didn't have dryers in 1962. And most people don't usually dance with dead people at parties either!

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