‘Queen of Camp’ Josie Cotton bringing bigger-than-life show to Jersey City

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Josie Cotton has earned a lot of titles in her life: singer, songwriter, actress, MTV overnight sensation, major label pop star, feminist, gay icon, and entrepreneur, to name a few. And even if a wave of ‘80s nostalgia is fueling her appearance (following a screening of the campy New Wave-era comedy “Valley Girl”) at White Eagle Hall on Friday, Oct. 15, rest assured, Josie Cotton is no mere novelty act. It started with “Johnny Are You Queer?,” a song Josie Cotton neither wrote nor introduced (the Go Go’s recorded it first). But her 1982 version became a hit, catapulting her to a deal with Elekt…

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