Caela was amazing. She came out "blazing" and made that one on one fun connection with everyone at the event.. This is a gift only seasoned performers have. I would not hesitate to use her again for any theme, any event, anytime! Mike Colvin
Caela Bailey’s story begins when she was born in the house of one of the most famous juggling troupes, the Flying Karamozov Brothers. She came into the world a princess in the traveling Vaudeville troupe, the Royal Famille Ducaniveaux; translation: The Royal Family of the Gutter. Growing up with both parents being performers she lived her life around burlesque dancers, cabaret performers, acrobats and musicians. Her childhood was spent much like a gypsy, traveling and performing around America and Europe. The first place Caela performed was at the performance and visual arts festival, The Oregon Country Fair. Her first time at the fair was at 4 months old and to this day she has continued to perform there 27 years running. In 2004 Caela became a member of the Flordigan Can Can Dancers. Then 2005, brought together by a similar love for music, a group of ladies began harmonizing and Caela and the Dangerous Flares were born. This funky, powerful, modern day R&B girl group debuted at the Moisture Festival and has played around the greater Seattle area since. In 2010 Caela was asked to sing in the opening number of Moisture Festival Burlesque at ACT theatre. It was here where she first met and performed with Agent Rhinestone and was initiated as a Spy. As a solo act and with the groups she is a part of, Caela has performed in a number of venues such as, The Pink Door, The Can Can, The Triple Door, Act Theatre, Bumbershoot, The Chameleon in Berlin, Germany, the Tractor Tavern, The Pantageous theater, the Rendevous, countless festivals and more.
She is a sassy, seductive chanteuse with a wild side that will leave you asking why and begging for more. In the words of her hero, Mae West: “I wrote the story myself. Its about a girl who lost her reputation, and never missed it”