Crazy Al asked, “Will you dance with me on the main stage?”
The Fisherman were churning out their vibraphonic jungle exotica when Crazy Al scanned the crowd for someone brave enough to join him on stage. It would take someone uninhibited to match his renowned level of energy. Roxanne was the obvious choice, and she quickly responded “yes” before allowing her nervousness to take the main stage instead. In that short moment in the early aughts, Roxanne became one of the first official-unofficial Tiki Oasis dancers.
Read the rest of the story in Polynesiacs: Tiki at Home, page 210.
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