The Zombie Diva of Sevilla

I partied like the big boys and girls last night. I went downstairs to El Sanedrín at midnight and Teré had just started singing. I was there until 3:30 a.m., and I had two (not one, but two) gin tonics! I have to share some of last night with you. Not the headache and the sleep-walking. The music. Teré was dressed as a zombie. I prefer the living-and-breathing-looking Teré to this, but the voice was not affected by her stint as one of the walking dead. I hope you enjoy this almost as much as I did. You really should have been there!

TERÉ, THE ZOMBIE DIVA.
I LOVED HER ZOMBIE TOCADO/FASCINATOR (AKA “LITTLE HAT.”)

STRANGE APPARITIONS CAUGHT ON CAMERA (UNRETOUCHED).
NOTICE THE ECTOPLASM COMING IN FROM LEFT?

STRANGERS NO MORE.
THE POOR GUY IN THE MIDDLE COULDN’T GET HIS HEAD ON STRAIGHT.

WHO WOULDN’T WANT TO ORDER A DRINK FROM BETTY? THE LITTLE DEVIL.

THE FIRST DUET OF THE EVENING, A VERY NICE (AND TIPSY) ADMIRER.
WHICH ONLY DEMONSTRATED HOW TRULY TALENTED IS TERÉ!

MIGUEL, MY FINE FEATHERED FRIEND.

ANOTHER DUET.
THIS MAN COULD DANCE!

Author: Moving with Mitchell

From Brooklyn, New York; to North Massapequa; back to Brooklyn; Brockport, New York; back to Brooklyn... To Boston, Massachusetts, where I met Jerry... To Marina del Rey, California; Washington, DC; New Haven and Guilford, Connecticut; San Diego, San Francisco, Palm Springs, and Santa Barbara, California; Las Vegas, Nevada; Irvine, California; Sevilla, Spain. And Fuengirola, Málaga..

14 thoughts on “The Zombie Diva of Sevilla”

  1. You sure as heck saw more ghoulish goings on than we did… BUT… I loved "The Piano Man" and played it over again several times. AND… everytime I check out your posts now, I keep saying to Bill… "Hey, we may SEE some of that in a few months!".

    1. Odd Essay:
      I wish Teré were performing somewhere you could see her while here. But, she is usually hired for events outside of town. These past two Halloweens downstairs have been our only opportunities. Teré also sang a number of songs in English, but I also really loved "Piano Man."

    1. Monkey:
      My "costume" was a black shirt and jeans. I was trying to look like an American expat trying to look like a Spanish local. Now that I'm finally getting back into reading blogs, I will check out YOUR costume. But I'll have to strengthen myself a bit first!

  2. Looks to have been a great night, Mitch! Tere has a great voice and is a great performer.
    And how handy that you didn't have a long walk home afterwards!

  3. Hi Mitchell! I just found the piece of paper where you wrote us down your blog URL. Nice pictures and great time we spent there! I've shared the pictures with the other "ghouls"…

    Cheers!

    César.

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