Dr. Dot and her Bite Massage on Steve Harvey show NBC

Dot Stein and her bite massage is a topic of discussion today (June 14th) on Emmy Award winning TV show Steve Harvey . Producer said “Hi Dr. Dot,
The episode will air tomorrow and here’s a photo and It airs on NBC at 2pm in Chicago. I would go to www.steveharveytv.com to check where it airs by you”

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Dr. Dot cameo on The Daily Show Jan. 23 2012

Some pals of mine called this to my attention.. last night my old Penthouse Forum cover was used on the Daily show, Jon Stewart mentions writing a letter to Penthouse Forum.. pretty amusing

 

 

You can see the clip here: 

http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/mon-january-23-2012/indecision-2012—the-gingrich-who-stole-south-carolina

 

 

(seen at 3 min and 53 seconds in)

 

 

 

Get “The View” to Publicly Apologize to Certified/Licensed/Professional Massage Therapists

http://education.change.org/petitions/view/get_the_view_to_publicly_apologize_to_certifiedlicensedprofessional_massage_therapists 

 

Click the link to make Elisabeth Hasselbeck apologize ^. In their chat  about Al Gore and his massage, she said "any massage longer than 2 hours is a date" which is disrespectful to the legitimate massage therapists all over the world. I give 4 hour massages to clients. I GET 3 hour massages from the Chinese sometimes when my Dot Bots are busy. She is a right wing loud mouth who needs to back it up and say sorry.  They are so freakin' conservative and judgmental on that show, it makes me ill, seriously. 

“Enjoy the Silence”

Massaged Dave (Depeche Mode) Gahan again today, he is sooooo nice. Super healthy and fit; I swear he just gets younger every year ๐Ÿ™‚

Again we listened to his iPod mix of Sigur Ros, he is getting me hooked them now. Great music for massage. I am going to see their (Depeche Mode) show tomorrow thanks to Dave's generosity (and his super polite assistant Tim). 

 

Anyways, a friend of mine Bebe Buell is going to perform next week in NYC and FUCK, I will miss it as I will be in the UK to massage Nickelback and my favorite client, Simon Cowell. You can't be everywhere at once, innit? 

I would LOVE to see/hear Bebe's show, I heard her before in NYC and she is sex on legs, ear candy, eye candy and you just have to love her. 

 

 

 

Bad news: I have a kidney infection/urinary track infection, ugh!! No more wanking for a while I guess. That seems to throw me off balance, I am so sensitive. (I know, too much information, got it). I am on antibiotics again and these pills make me nauseous and dizzy and I sleep for two hours heavily, then I am awake for HOURS and can't fall back to sleep. SUPER annoying!

Gotta go, gotta eat, starving. I am on twitter more than here nowadays (dr_dot) so if you are on there, hit me up. ttyl

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Jimi Hendrix’s 67th Birthday bash in NYC ( BB King club)

 

So here are some pictures I took at the show…..

 

 Lance Lopez , headlining!

 

Me, Lance and Katelin before the show. I introduced Katelin to Lance online and suggested he let her play a tune during her trip to NYC and he did and everyone loved their jam. 

 

Lance's last minute set list^   (which he forgot in dressing room ๐Ÿ™‚


Lance, who normally plays guitar, told me he learned drums first when he was little. He took to the drums to let little Tallan Noble Latz (age 9) play guitar and Katelin Deutsch (age 10) play bass, during a fucking ridiculously amazing rendition of VooDoo Chile. OMFG, they received a standing ovation. Respect!!

 

Lance Lopez in action (sorry, this one was taken with my crackberry ^)

 Lance plays so similar to Jimi, if you close your eyes and just listen, you swear you're listening to the real thing. 

I have heard many people try to play Jimi, but Lance, in my opinion, nails it the best. Hands down. He is on fire!!

 

Katelin in the groove! Tal Wilkenfeld better watch her back. Katelin is amazing and is NOT a snotty bitch like Tal. (this is not an opinion, it is pretty much a known fact, Tal is arrogant as fuuuuuuuuuuuck). tsk tsk, be nice to the folks on the way up as you will probably meet them again on your way down. 

 

This one too ^  (Popa Chubby warming up backstage)

 

Lance's view of PACKED BB King club (full of lovely Hendrix fans, aaaaaahhhhhhhh)

The drummer (sorry, name slips my mind, but he was killer)

 

Pictures the German road manager + friend Wolf Haas

 just sent me (he manages Lance)

 Lance and I posing for some photos

 

Massaging the SCRIPT in NYC

 

 Obviously I didn't take this picture myself, I just borrowed it for my blog ๐Ÿ˜‰ 

 

 Singer ^ Danny O'Donaghue said he really enjoyed the Deep Tissue massage I gave him. He said it was "the best massage I've ever had in my life!". Not bragging, but I hear this from everyone I massage yet each time it still makes me feel happy, grateful and content. 

 

The Irish band The Script are in the USA on tour and have already been on the TV shows 'Ellen', 'MTV total request live' and 'The David Letterman show', all in one week! They are really on their way up to the top. I thought to myself, while in their company with all the buzz around them, this is what it may have felt like for the Beatles on their first ever US tour. Not to that extreme, but I could sense they are about to explode into the BIG time over here in the USA. They also spend most of their time in hotel rooms as they have been touring non stop for the last 2 years, which is really hard on a person. I toured a couple times with bands and it is HELL on the body. Irregular sleeping habits, eating habits, different beds every night, people around you wanting to party every day and night- and I can only imagine how hard it must be to always be away from friends and loved ones for touring artist. They must feel lonely in the hotel rooms. Everyone around them being overly friendly and kind, superficial, always wanting something from them. 

 (read their Biography  HERE )

 

During his 2 hour massage, his iTunes were on shuffle and lots of lovely music was coming out of it. A few songs that came on were completely new to me. They sounded great and the singer sounded a bit like Stevie Wonder. I asked him "who's this?" and he said, humbly "this is us". I was like WHAT!!???? They sound great! When I told a couple friends I was on my way to massage the Script on the first night, they told me "oh, the boy band from Ireland" – so I was expecting a Back Street Boy situation, you know, lots of dancing, rather tedious music but I was very pleasantly surprised to see them, hear them, meet them. My friends were wrong. They ARE a band from Ireland and they ARE male and do have thousands of screaming females at their shows but that is all they have in common with boy bands. They write ALL of their own lyrics and music, just three members in the band (as I said, the bassist is a touring bass player). They don't wear matching costumes on stage and/or dance like 'Dancing Fools', they are fantastic. They opened for Paul McCartney on one whole tour (ugh!! jealous!!). They all praised Paul and said how nice he was to them etc. Swoon. 

Guitarist Mark Sheehan got a massage from my assistant Michelle. I will give him a beating personally next time though ๐Ÿ™‚ haha

 

Fame is not as wonderful as one may think it. I have been around famous people most of my life and most seem trapped by their fame. Isolation and panic are always present. I feel for these folks. The least I can do is make them feel good with the best massage I can possibly give them. That is exactly what I did for the Script. I know they will never forget my hands of steel. The bassist was a bit afraid of my hands haha, as he heard how strong they were, but I showed him that I adjust my strength according to whom I am massaging and how their muscles feel to me. The bassist, Ben Sargeant , from the UK,  is a touring (and studio sometimes?) member for the band, not a core member. He is a sweety-pie too. They all are. In fact my fucking face hurt from laughing after being around them. 

 

Ben the bassist ^

 

They are all so down to earth and ALL have their heads on straight; no bullshit. They are very driven, honest, HUMBLE and just plain fucking NICE. They are fun, hilarious yet not sarcastic or mean (like some up and coming bands I have met in the past). They are NOT letting success go to their heads. None of them seem to have a vain bone in their body, just plain cool. Their Mom's did a good job raising these guys, that is for SURE. Their tour manager (not mentioning his name even though he is a close friend) keeps things running super smooth too, they are on a roll!

 

 

 Glen Power, the drummer ^ 

 

 

 

http://www.thescriptmusic.com/us/home/

 

 

 

I really sound like a walking add now for the Script lol. If I didn't like them or if they were pricks to me I would surely write about it, but I only have nice things and thoughts about these guys.  I just have a feeling they will be the next U2. But not as Pompus as Bono, haha. Snap!

If they are heading to your area, check them out, then  you will see what I mean:

 

Nov 19 2009 Peoria Civic Center       Peoria, Illinois
Nov 20 2009 Horseshoe Southern Indiana     Elizabeth, Indiana
Nov 22 2009 Mercy              Nashville, Tennessee
Nov 23 2009 Tabernacle         Atlanta, Georgia 
Nov 24 2009 Saenger Theatre            Mobile, Alabama
Nov 27 2009 Mahaffey Theater         St. Petersburg, Florida
Nov 28 2009 Hard Rock Live            Orlando, Florida
Nov 29 2009 Nova Southeastern University              Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
Dec 1 2009 The Fillmore        Charlotte, North Carolina
Dec 2 2009 Constant Convocation Center @ Old Dominion   Norfolk, Virginia
Dec 4 2009 House of Blues Boston, Massachusetts
Dec 5 2009 TLA       Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Dec 6 2009 Terminal 5          New York, New York

Steven Tyler is NOT quitting Aerosmith

Steven Tyler is NOT quitting Aerosmith. He surprised Joe Perry on stage tonight in NYC + hushed the crowd, then told them "I'm here to support my brother Joe here+ to tell you all I'm not quitting Aerosmith, we are NOT breaking up!"

This video is โ€จfrom TONIGHT in NYC….You can clearly see Steven Tyler is still โ€จgetting along FINE with Joe Perry (Aerosmith is NOT breaking up)

Steve Miller Band

My massage team has been massaging SMB for almost 3 years and this is the first time I got to meet and massage him. He was SO nice and when he walked into the massage room he was so full of praise, saying so many kind things, like "you got a great team, you run a tight ship, all of your girls have been terrific, I feel so much better on tour with them massaging me, etc.

He told me SO many amazing stories during his two hour massage- told me about hanging out with Hendrix and headlining for the Grateful Dead (the dead opened, then SMB played then Jimi- wow!) he also played a show once in Minnesota where Alice Cooper opened for them and said it was one of Alice's first show and how the crowd didn't know how to react with Alice. He just ate dinner the other night with Alice and told me just for fun they traded watches (they both collect them). He is just a nice guy, wow. 

 

The show was, to my surprise, 90% BLUES!! He played Come On (which in my opinion was made famous by Jimi Hendrix) and many other great blues tunes- naturally he played his hits but you can tell he would just enjoy playing blues all night ๐Ÿ™‚

Check out his web site: http://www.stevemillerband.com/

SOME of Steve's guitars on the side of the stage. There were so many I couldn't fit them all into one picture. He is the only guitarist in the band fyi

SMB in action

SMB tour dates:

Nov 7 2009 Chevrolet Theater   Wallingford, CT
Nov 8 2009 Providence Perf Arts Ctr.   Providence, RI
Nov 11 2009 Capital One Band Theatre   Westbury, NY
Nov 13 2009 Durham Performing Arts Center     Durham, NC
Nov 14 2009 Peace Center Concert Hall      Greenville, SC
Nov 15 2009 UCF Arena   Orlando, FL
Nov 17 2009 Seminole Hard Rock Live   Hollywood, FL
Nov 18 2009 Ruth Eckerd Hall   Clearwater, FL