(photo: Ebru Yildiz)
It’s Pride Month, and in San Francisco it’s Pride Week. So this Friday, after the Trans March, come to the Chapel and celebrate Pride with the NYC genrequeer band Sons of an Illustrious Father. I interviewed them last year, and even got to catch them live twice in my 26 years of life. Both those times were very gay and made it apparent that every person in this band is talented and deserves equal amount of attention. Don’t believe me? Well, you have the opportunity to believe it yourself, because we’re giving away tickets.
Opening for them is San Francisco’s very own Carletta Sue Kay, who I have never seen live, but I’ve heard that seeing her perform is an experience that is unexplainable.
With that, here’s my favorite gay video by Sons of an Illustrius Father — which has cameos by a lot people I admire, like writers Tyler Ford and Arabelle Sicardi. Sons new forthcoming album, Deus Sex Machina: Or, Moving Slowly Beyond Nikola Tesla is out now.
To enter for a chance to win tickets to see Sons of an Illustrious Father at The Chapel, email email@example.com with “Sons of an Illustrious Father” in the subject line and your full name in the body of the email. A winner will be selected at random and notified via email.
Sons of an Illustrious Father, Carletta Sue Kay
June 22, 2018