PANDA: How would you describe the music in your shows?
Liza: The music in my shows fits the theme. If I’m doing a Harley Davidson show, I use classic rock. If I’m doing an S&M show, I use industrial. I also use the music to fit the club and custom tailor it to what the market is for the space. Always high energy, never a dull moment.
P: What is the first song you remember dancing to in a club?
L: I remember my audition clear as day! 5 years ago I danced to “Judas” by Lady Gaga. And it was mortifying because the DJ told me “full nude” and I tried taking off my stockings and my boots while onstage.
P: If you could only dance to one song for the rest of your life, what would it be?
L: That’s so hard, my mood and my music are reflective of each other! Right now, I’m obsessed with “Move Your Body” by Sia. I’d also be down for “Freak Like Me” by Halestorm and pretty much anything by Gaga, I would never get sick of it.
P: What is the worst song that a DJ ever played for you?
L: I’m over “Yeah” by Usher. Hit me with a remix and maybe I’ll change my mind. Until then, no more.
P: What is the coolest thing that a DJ ever did for you?
L: The DJs I have come across in my life have done so much for me. They’ve been my cheerleader, my motivator, my sounding board. They’ve also gotten me drunk on my birthday, mixed music when I had no idea what to do for a new show. There’s a long list.
P: Pick a great “throw back” strip club track for us!
L: I’m about “Du Hast” all over again. Or “Baby Boy” by Beyoncé