Ex Porn Star Sings Boozy Alan Cumming Song

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Tom Judson was a singer-songwriter. Then he appeared in Chicago on Broadway. Then he was gay porn star Gus Mattox. Now he's a singer-songwriter again.

And whatever he is, he's as talented as his good looks are chiseled.

Opening the HOT! Festival at Dixon Place the other night, Judson accompanied himself on piano, ukulele, and (after changing from a white tuxedo jacket to nothing but his underwear, for his porn fans) an accordion.

He sang liltingly, including a song with lyrics by Alan Cumming, written as a message for Cumming's husband:

"I once said, 'I'm not an alcoholic. There's just always something to be celebrated.'

"Well, true to form, I'm pretty woozy this morning, 'cause last night I was inebriated.

"You're next to me, so I must have made it home last night.

"It can't have been too mortifying, though I do remember trying a handstand against a mirrored wall."

Hey, maybe that song is what got gay marriage approved in this state!

Judson also talked about his porn days and admitted, "My hole is greater than some of my parts."

He's charming and funny and headed to P-town.

But when he comes back, let's get this man a show at the Carlyle or the Algonquin. I'm serious.


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Dan T.
Dan T.

Tom:  Are you KIDDING?!  I'd LOVED to have seen you pass through the cast of "Chicago" - Now that you're getting press and publicity maybe Barry and Fran will ask you to be Billy Flynn!!!!  ;-)  

Tom
Tom

Dan T: Forgive Michael a common mistake: I was in "Cabaret" on Broadway. Happens to me all the time. If you could see me dance you'd *know* I was not in "Chicago."

Dan T.
Dan T.

Hmmmm.......he was in "Chicago" on Broadway???  Really?!  I was in "Chicago" on Broadway and I don't seem to ever remember him passing through the cast.  Just saying. 

Alessandra
Alessandra

"It can't have been too mortifying, though I do re-member trying a handstand against a mirrored wall."Don't we all, hun-tee,Don't we all!

Scruff712
Scruff712

Tom's great. We got to know each other a bit back during his Gus period. On his old Web site he used to have mp3's of some of the music he's done. I always loved a song he did for a Nicklodeon short called "Drew the Moo Cow." It's still on my ipod after all these years. Unfortunately, the song would go through my head as I was enjoying the many fine works of Gus Mattox. He thought it was funny. I thought it was disturbing, but what else is new.

Paul
Paul

Saw him Upstate NY. Really nice guy. You can just see that in his face. And other places.

James
James

I remember an off off Broadway play entitled "White Cotton Sheets" that he wrote and I thought it was brilliant. I wrote him a fan letter and he graciously sent me a cassette of the cast recording. Such a talented man (in so many ways).

Maisie Mae
Maisie Mae

Tom has enough charm and charisma to fill the Foxwoods Theater - and he doesn't need to fly/bang into walls to hold an audience rapt. Sat right behind you on Friday night, enjoyed watching you enjoy yourself.

Libi
Libi

Wow, Alan's got some issues, huh?

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