This has been a nice thread you've supported, with a number of valuable tips and ideas floating around.
I agree with Mark Ennis, however, that the contemporary connotation of perverse
lends an unsavory and ultimately confusing meaning to the concept of which you are championing. Popular use renders the word kind of creepy, in spite of your claim of its dictionary propriety.
And by the way, my Merriam Webster Online reveals the following:
1 a : turned away from what is right or good : CORRUPT b : IMPROPER, INCORRECT c : contrary to the evidence or the direction of the judge on a point of law <perverse verdict>
2 a : obstinate in opposing what is right, reasonable, or accepted : WRONGHEADED b : arising from or indicative of stubbornness or obstinacy
3 : marked by peevishness or petulance : CRANKY
synonym see CONTRARY
Although the prevalent humor of self-deprecation allows millions to buy "______ for the Complete Idiot"
books , I venture few would frequent a bistro called "Fatso's" or a salon called "Grossly Bazaar." At minimum you're swimming against the name.
I suggest another handle, one without the attendant baggage, which would elegantly sum up the characteristics of your favored performing style.