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I had an epiphany the other day…

In many ways, I am still ashamed to admit that I love God, or want to have a relationship with God when there are so many visible extremists who are using God’s name out of context to divide and sow hatred.

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Pride Stories: What it’s Like Being Queer.

As a gay man, I feel a kinship with women, especially powerful women, and often with people of color. We have all had to prove ourselves a little more convincingly, and work a bit harder to get where we are. It is my belief this is because we all share one harrowing commonality: as a whole, we are not fully-supported in our society. 

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20 Things We’ll Never Take For Granted Again

There are so many things we’ll never take for granted again. At this unprecedented time, we’ve put together a list of things that matter most to us. Many things on this list would have never made it, even a month ago. Our world as we know it has forever changed. 

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Coming home for Thanksgiving

We’re coming home for Thanksgiving We’re coming home to play shows in San Diego and Palm Springs this month. It might seem routine since we’ve been playing in both places consistently for three years. However, there is more to the story. Earlier this year, my Aunt cornered me at a Palm Springs sports bar and…

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Vincent (Starry, Starry Night)

The tragic life of Vincent Van Gogh still has great relevance and significance, despite being in a completely different time period. People of all kinds still struggle with mental illness and still commit suicide.

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All You Need is Love

“All you need is love” so say the Beatles. Having decided to name our show after the iconic British rock song, it got me thinking – is love all we need? I am a big proponent of loving thy neighbor, a concept that seems we always need to be reminded about. Some would say that…

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Silent Night

The 200th anniversary of the timeless holiday song, Silent Night, is this year. The melody was written in 1818 by Franz Gruber with the text having been written two years previously by a young Austrian priest named Joseph Mohr. It was first performed on Christmas Eve in 1818 at a small Episcopalian parish in Austria.…

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Our New York City Debut

Many of you know that James lost his sister, Ally, to cancer when she was just 31 years old. It was that tragic event that would change his life trajectory forever and he would be enveloped with a no regrets burning desire to do everything in life he always wanted. In September of 2014, James…

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Announcing our New Album

We’ve just done the craziest thing. We borrowed money (a lot of money) and hired one of the top classical-crossover producers in the world with whom to record a full-length studio album. We secretly escaped to a UNESCO world-heritage city called Bruges in Belgium from mid-May to mid-June and recorded the whole thing. When I…

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