Prehistoric Lady Gaga Video Surfaces!
By Jessanne Collins
Remember when we described to you the humble origins of Stefani Germanotta, a passionate, young piano artist struggling to hold the attention of the chattering NYU kids in the West Village's divey Bitter End? And together we marveled at the meteoric rise of the entity we now worship as Lady Gaga? Well the magical internet just spit out an artifact from this genesis fable—evidence of a missing link we're going to call "the Jam Band Age." Things were looking up by then. You can tell by the way the crowd goes nuts during the killer bass-solo/clap-along circa 3:05.
Previously > The Lady is a Vamp
- The Straight Gay World of MSNBC anchor & politics wonk Steve Kornacki
- Dustin Lance Black Hits Back at Alma Mater For Shaming Him
- 10 Transgender People Shattering Entertainment's Glass Ceiling
- The Final Member: A Long, Hard Look at the Weirdest Museum in the World
- 10 Queer Social Media Stars Ruling the Internet
- Calpernia Adams: Tranny Is a Dumb Word But Don't Ban It
- 20 Power Couples You Should Know