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Singer Taylor Dayne, best known for her 1987 hit "Tell It to My Heart," will headline the Saturday lineup at this year's Atlanta Pride festival.
"Taylor Dayne has one of the strongest and most recognizable voices in music and her career spans from the '80s when she was on Top 40 radio through today as a chart-topping dance artist," Buck Cooke, Atlanta Pride's executive director, said today. "We are thrilled to have Taylor perform as our headliner on the Coca-Cola Stage on Saturday, Oct. 12."
Dayne has sold some 75 million albums during her 30-year career. She's currently on tour promoting her latest single, "Floor on Fire."
Friday, June 28, 8 p.m.
Atlanta Botanical Garden
Gay factor: Lead singer Fred Schneider and guitarist Keith Strickland are both gay, as was founding member Ricky Wilson (brother of B-52s member Cindy Wilson), who died of AIDS in 1995. Member Kate Pierson operates a funky Catskills resort with her life partner, Monica Coleman.
The B-52s headlined Atlanta Pride in 2000, driving what still may be the festival’s largest ever single-day attendance. The band, and Fred Schneider solo as a DJ, have performed for multiple gay and HIV causes.
Hannah Thomas, a 22-year-old native of Covington, Ga., has spent the last few years touring the East Coast and establishing herself as a mainstay on the local music scene. Last year, she won the Georgia Lottery’s All Access Music Search — impressive because she started as one of thousands of contestants competing for the prize of recording an EP at Capitol Records in Los Angeles.
GA Voice sat down with Hannah to hear about the upcoming release of her 7th recording, two upcoming Georgia shows, her Indigo Girl connection and her big, gay announcement.
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Atlanta Freedom Bands perform annual holiday concert tonight
The Atlanta Freedom Bands will kick off their 20th performance season Dec. 15 with their annual holiday concert, this year titled “Holiday Fantasy,” to be held at North Decatur Presbyterian Church. Tickets to the event are $10 for general admission and $5 for students and senior citizens.
Musicians from both the Atlanta Freedom Bands Concert Band and the MetroGnomes Stage Band will perform.
The concert will feature festive classics and a few surprises, according to Atlanta Freedom Bands President Cliff Norris. Music from “A Nightmare Before Christmas,” “The Nutcracker” and even a meeting between Saint Nick and super-spy James Bond are in the works.
It’s just not the holidays without music to put you in the festive spirit. Atlanta’s gay and lesbian choruses are poised to host their annual holiday concerts with inclusive messages of peace and hope.
The Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus returns to the Cathedral of Saint Philip for its annual holiday concert, this year called “And on Earth, Peace.” The concerts are set for Dec. 7-8, including the traditional ice cream social after the 2 p.m. show on Dec. 8. The chorus also offers a preview show Dec. 1 at Red Clay Theatre in Duluth.
Kevin Robinson, artistic director for AGMC, said this year’s theme of peace goes hand-in-hand with the season.
Atlanta's gay and lesbian chorus performs holiday concerts this weekend