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Atlanta members ready to march with Lesbian & Gay Band Association in inaugural parade


There's nothing like marching bands to celebrate a presidential inauguration. And nothing makes a parade a celebration like gay and lesbian musicians and color guards marching out and proud to the sound of their own drummers.

President Barack Obama's inauguration is set for Monday with a celebration to include a parade with 28 bands including the Lesbian and Gay Band Association and its seven members from Atlanta. The LGBA is the only LGBT band in the parade.

Marching with the LGBA in Monday's parade are Atlanta Freedom Bands members Eddie Young and Bob Derickson, piccolo; Karen Helbling, trumpet; John Peterson, trombone; Robert Corona, color guard; Danielle Steele, honor guard; and Cliff Norris, sousaphone. Young and Norris are section captains on the artistic leadership team for the weekend.

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[SFW Video] French band splices gay porn into music video

Orgasm faces can be, well, funny, but typically are very hot to watch. Well, if that's what you are watching in the first place. Seems a French band named The Aikiu has released a video for its song "Pieces of Gold" and magnificently spliced together some hot gay porn action with the band members. And it is quite a catchy tune with a provocative video that perhap's Atlanta's own Mary's can incorporate into its upcoming Bastille Day Blow Out.

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ATL queer band Girlyman plays double header May 12 at Eddie’s

Girlyman performs at Eddie's Attic

Girlyman, the Atlanta-based vocal harmony pop/rock quartet, performs at Eddie's Attic for two shows on May 12 before heading for several tour stops throughout Europe.

Lead vocalist Doris Muramatsu says everyone in Girlyman would fit into the category of "queer," and that she and bandmates Ty Greenstein, Nate Borofsky and newest member JJ Jones are excited to to play a duo of hometown shows before heading across the pond.

Girlyman's fifth studio album "Supernova" was released on iTunes and other digital outlets May 1. Physical copies are due in stores June 19.