Night at Oberon … Niki Luparelli and the Gold Diggers

Posted By on February 25, 2013

So OWJ stopped by Oberon in Cambridge MA.. Niki Luparelli was putting on a tribute show to Michael Jackson, Prince and Madonna.

The house was packed and the energy was high.  I was surprised by the size of the show.. the band, in addition to being awesome was bigger than I thought would be here.

Niki introduce for the first time Luis Sanabria, Luis does in incredible Michael Jackson impression by dance.  He was great.. moved smooth and managed to take Jackson’s moves and make them very much his own.

What surprised me was how they weaved burlesque show in.  The Burlesque troop that joined them was as authentic as you could get.. right down to the pasties!!

All in all.. it was a great time.. great show .. and Niki and her Golddiggers are defiantly on OWJ’s favorite picks


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Out With Joe is the premier Dining and Entertainment Review Radio Show aired throughout Eastern Massachusetts, Southern New Hampshire and Northern Rhode Island and Connecticut. Out With Joe began four years ago on Flagship Station WBIX AM 1060 and now WROL am 950 is ourFlagship Station. OWJ is the audience participation review show where the listeners can also offer suggestion, critiques and reviews of their favorite finds and hidden gems. Our host, Joe Mangiacotti has been in broadcasting for 25 years and has an extensive business background, allowing him to dine on seeming endless expense accounts. Joe was first introduce to the restaurant business at a young age (13 years old) when after washing dishes at the local eatery, The Berkeley Restaurant in Wellesley Hills. The Chef/Owner Whitey (Dwight Quimby), after just a couple times as dish washer asked Joe if he wanted to learn how to cook. Joe spent the next several years at the right hand of Whitey. Joe had begun working as a Private Detective for a local agency and eventually came to work for Stop Loss Associates in Framingham where he was introduced and trained in under cover placement and retail investigations. Joe was intrigued in the restaurant and bar mystery shopping program, posing as a customer to evaluate performance and adherence to company policy while looking for shrinkage and loss. Joe and his father began their own Detective Agency and the retail investigations, specializing in restaurant and bar spotting became the corner stone of their business. Their Detective Agency was the only member of theMassachusetts Restaurant Association at that time. This quickly made them the “go to” agency for member eateries to evaluate their employees and pinpoint loss. Skewed alcohol costs most often the reason for their inquiries. Joe is a licensed Private Detective and owns his own agency today, although he no longer performs this service, Joe visits restaurants, pubs, clubs and events for the shear enjoyment and to share his experience with others while offering a forum for the average person to share theirexperiences and to learn what’s hot and what’s not on the dining and entertainment landscape. Come join us.


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