Starr moved to Baltimore, where she began performing at the Two O’Clock Club nightclub in 1950. She eventually became its headliner. She rose to national renown after she was profiled in a February 1954 Esquire magazine article, “B-Belles of Burlesque: You Get Strip Tease With Your Beer in Baltimore”. The Two O’Clock Club remained her home base, but she began to travel and perform in clubs throughout the country.
Originally posted on August 6, 2020 @ 6:11 am