Welcome to the virtual burlesque boudoir of Siren Santina
Siren Santina is a burlesque performer, educator, and producer from Knoxville, Tennessee. Miss Santina has traveled throughout the country, performing at burlesque and vaudeville festivals from coast to coast including notable events such as The Colorado Burlesque Festival, The New Orleans Burlesque Festival, The Show Me Burlesque Festival, and The Burlesque Hall of Fame’s “Movers, Shakers, and Innovators” showcase. In 2011 she made it reign at the Southern Fried Burlesque Festival in Atlanta, GA, where she was crowned the first ever Southern Fried Burlesque Queen. In 2012 Miss Santina represented the United States at the World Burlesque Games in London, England. Siren is the Co-Founder and Creative Director of Salomé Cabaret Burlesque Revue and enjoys drinking hard liquor and reading about mummies (at the same time).
Also, she really likes cats.
Siren Santina was born and raised in the foothills of Tennessee's Great Smoky Mountains. Inspired by local legend Dolly Parton, Siren developed a passion for music (and large breasts) and began entertaining her family and friends with song and dance. Her tastes didn't always align themselves with those of her country comrades, and eventually her audience tired of her secular repertoire. After shamefully failing to take top prize in the Sevier County Fair's Hog Calling Contest, she fled across the Atlantic in search of some non-appalachian appreciation. Siren toured the famous music halls of England, the opera houses of Italy, and the cabarets of France and Germany. Eventually she made her way to Spain, where she performed a combination of zarzuela and topless flamenco on the streets for change. Having discovered her true purpose in life, she proudly returned to her Tennessee home where she has been performing her unique version of "European-Country-Musical-Burlesque" ever since.