Lilly Holiday The Myth, the Mother.

Friday, January 18, 2013


Pink BoomBox Burlesque and the ladies SoulKiss San Diego are bring you Taboo. A night of Neo-Burlesque, soul and hip hop dance party. Come and see a bit of our dark side!

Jan. 25th

Doors open at 9pm and the show starts at 10pm

Then dance party TIL TWO AM! With DJ NiomieSoulFly and Miki Vale.

The House of Pink BoomBox is:
Anna FireBird
Stone L'Amour
Lilly Holiday
Avarra LaRoux
Sylvia Elena Quintana

Hosted by Method Maam

5$ Cover

At the Til-Two Club 
4746 El Cajon Blvd, San Diego, California 92115

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

This new year's catch phrase!

"I will be fearless."

So being the broke pampered girl that I am I found myself in my friends free yoga class at her holistic clinic and while setting my intention for my yoga practice (gawd I feel like a dirty hippy). But I think of all the things that are keeping me from what I want/need to do.

Like becoming a really amazing performer, I don't want to struggle in front of people. I fear showing any weakness in front of others. I've always been taught that you keep your struggles to yourself. which if you ever want to learn anything, you have to struggle.

The funny part about my fear is that it's not that I really care what people think of me. I care that I feel that I look dumb. I don't care that THEY think I'm dumb I care that I think I look dumb or/weak.

I find that I hide behind as my friend Fallon pointed out a lot of words and bravado. Not gonna lie as my oldest friend she hit the nail on the head. So all of that being said, this year I will:

Be Fearless

Be Weak

Struggle in front of other with out apology



Not be afraid of what I can do or where I can go and as we all know good girls go to heaven, bad girls go to hell but Pink BoomBox Girls go where ever the fuck we want.

Love and Excelsior
Lilly Holiday, Mother of the House of Pink BoomBox

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Gawd to I have a soft spot for.....

Unintentionally sexy songs. Just sayin'

Lilly Holiday is at it again!!!!

So this has been a super busy year for the The House of Pink BoomBox, last time you guys checked I was more focused on hairdressing. Not so any more I've now 100% thrown myself (more than likely under a bus as well as) in to Burlesk. I must say it's been quite a ride with ups downs and many a hair brained schemes that seemed more or less completely  booze soaked and completely insane.

But I'm happy to say that it's all been working out for us, insanity that is. When I started Pink BoomBox I set out to do something that San Diego's never seen before and judging by the reaction every show has been getting I'd say we're doing a pretty damn good job of that. Here's some thing to caught you up on what we're been doing. These my friends are some of devious deeds over the past year.

Seedy Soiree Oct 30, 2010 Our first show!!

Some of the highlights from this show

Friday, August 20, 2010

Cuz breaking up is hard to do.

I've come the realization that I do personal break-ups way better than I do business breakup's getting fired and or quitting has long been a big source of stress in my life since I was old enough to have a job. If I quit they hate me and I'm letting someone down, if stick around long enough to get fired I feel unwanted, unloved, a failure and like a suck wholly at life it's self. Just like in a for reals relationship. Except in a personal break up as a girl you have a whole team of highly trained break up of specialists, ie you're girl friends. There isn't a lady crew around that in between three or four of you that can't make you feel a little better about a boy leaving.

"A break up is like a broken mirror. It is better to leave it broken than hurt yourself to fix it."

"Sometimes I wonder if men and women really suit each other. Perhaps they should live next door and just visit now and then."

"There is a good way to breakup with someone and it doesn’t include a post-it."

"You can DO BETTER!"

I know, you shouldn't base who you are on what you do for cash in the world. But that's hard looking at the world we live in right now I'm working for pretty much free if I added up all the work I did for this salon I'd make a solid 3 bucks an hour. So I'm pretty sure it's time for me to leave the question is how do back out gracefully.

There in lies the underling problem not one ex employee has yet to successfully. Every ex employee has gotten shit talked about them. I have at this point resigned myself to that this will in fact happen to myself as well and there's no way around it. I was thinking a nice email but that in it's self screams "chicken shit". I have in my old age of 28 become just that, I'd rather be fired then have to walk away from anything. What a chicken shit move on my part.

Today though when I look at my 74 dallor pay check and look at how many people I've lost via moving salons and all the stress that this place has caused me on so many levels. It's time to go and just tell them. I'm thinking waving bye is enough.

And the beat goes on my friends.

Take it away Tones on Tail!


Living it up. It's a big kick
It's good for you
Watch the big freeze slip
Crack the jackpot, get out of control
If you put yourself down
You'll never win, get out of that hole
Keep your mind open, your head up
You'll never, ever get old


Your whole world could change
If only you just broke through
'cause your fears are doing
nothing for you
Keep your head up, your mind open
You'll always come through
'cause living it up, it's a big deal
It's good for you

Swap your dull grey thoughts
For fierce demands you can stand up to
Don't put yourself down, you'll never win
So let's all smash through
Through the fear of being real
Through the fear of being really you
'cause living it up, it's a big deal
It's good for you

Love and Excelsior