July 04, 2019 03:46am
Source: Adult Industry News
by: Myles Shaffer
Myles' Weekend Adventures: Kenna James
Bonjour mon amis! Comment ca va? Myles Shaffer here. Due to certain circumstances, this article will be about only one feature entertainer. However, she was well worth a few hours drive. So, assuming that everybody is now interested enough to read on and learn the details, let us get to it immediately.
But before we do that, allow me to say that the 2019 Exotic Dancer Gentlemen’s Club Owners Expo is coming up in about one and a half months.
The convention and many of the related events will take place at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino August 11 through 14.
The Expo is an excellent, well organized, and expertly conducted convention that is centered around the gentlemen’s club industry, exotic house dancers, and exotic feature dancers.
Okay, now we will move on to our feature entertainer.
Saturday, June 22, I drove up to Bakersfield, checked into my motel, went to, where else, the Golden Corral Buffet to eat my fill, and then returned to the motel to rest up. When it came time, I headed to the Déjà Vu Showgirls to spend some time with Kenna James and to observe both of her shows of the night.
At the start of her first show of the evening, Kenna wore a sleeveless white midriff top. With her top, Kenna wore a pair of very revealing cutoff denim blue jeans. The cutoff jeans wear slit on the sides and laced together with white laces. Kenna wore no bra or pasties under her midriff top. And, she wore no panties of any type beneath her cutoff jeans. Kenna’s footwear was a pair of silver glitter high-topped shoes with spike heels and platform soles. The fronts of the shoes were laced up to the top with white shoe laces.
During this show, Kenna danced to, “Dance, Dance,” by Fall Out Boy, “Simply Irresistible,” by Robert Palmer, “Pour Some Sugar on Me,” by Def Leppard, and, “Wild Side,” by Motley Crue.
In the beginning of her final show of the evening, Kenna came out onto the stage wearing a purple and gold with just a little bit of brown costume. She wore a choker around her throat. Next, she wore a bra. She also wore an almost floor-length item that was more like a loin-cloth than a skirt. Beneath this item, Kenna wore a pair of gold colored G-string-like thong panties. (Everything about the costume that could be was practically covered with sequins of various sizes.) Kenna’s footwear with this costume was non-existent. That’s right, she performed the entire show with her bare feet.
Kenna may have also worn a few other items with this costume such as armbands or wristbands or at least one garter, but I really don’t remember, and there is nothing in my notes one way or the other. (I may have slipped up and forgotten to write everything down. If so, I do apologize to Kenna and all the readers for any foolish error I might have made.)
This show was performed to, “Nightmare,” by Avenged Sevenfold, “Whore,” by In This Moment, “Love’s Just A feeling,” by Lindsey Stirling featuring Rooty, and, “More Human Than Human,” by White Zombie.
Kenna generally commits good, and very friendly, up close, personal, and in your face interaction with most of the tip rail patrons during her shows. Of course, that is dependent upon the local ordinances. (I have been in clubs where the local ordinances don’t allow a dancer to so much as shake a customer’s hand if she doesn’t have a bra on.)
Not only is Kenna a beautiful young woman, but she is also friendly, smart, and very well-spoken. She additionally enjoys meeting and speaking with her fans.
Kenna has blonde hair and hazel eyes. She is five feet eight inches tall. She weighs one hundred twenty-five pounds. And, her measurements are a good-looking 34C-25-35.
When on a stage, Kenna performs so well as a great many of the other feature entertainers that I have observed over the years. Therefore, it is recommended that anybody who might get an opportunity to see her perform and to meet her in person should take full advantage of said opportunity. I do not believe they could possibly be disappointed by the experience.
I finally thought to ask Kenna if she might have a new website that I am not aware of. Her answer was no, she does not. However, she is on Facebook and Twitter, and can be found on a number of websites across the Internet.
I was not the only one who thought enough of Kenna James to have made the drive up to Bakersfield to see her perform. A house dancer from one of the Los Angeles County Déjà Vu clubs and a familiar-looking gentleman were also there that night.
I think the familiar-looking guy was either a member of the staff at the house dancer’s home club of possibly a customer that the dancer knows well enough to trust.
(Since I didn’t think to ask the dancer for permission to write about her when I had the chance, and I have not had an opportunity to track her down since and ask her permission, I will not mention her name nor which club she works in.)
Early on during Kenna’s last show, Kenna pulled the young lady I have been speaking of up onto the stage for a few minutes of simulated girl/girl fun and games which the other customers and I thoroughly enjoyed watching.
I have seen the un-named house dancer/customer perform in her home club, and I have told her that she is already a couple of cuts above the average house dancer. I also told her that, in my opinion, she already has somewhat of a head start on becoming a showgirl feature dancer if she were to choose to pursue a career as a touring feature.
Okay folks, that will just about do it for now. We should all meet back here the next time and continue the discussion of good times and beautiful women. Until then, everybody should stay safe, have a great week, and live life as if there were no tomorrow!
Bonsoir et au revoir,