Out! Raleigh 2019

May 4, 2019 - 11am-6pm

Performers 2019

The Out! Raleigh 2019 stage will be open on the Courthouse Steps from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm! Come, see, and hear the fun!

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Triangle Pride Band

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Triangle Pride Band

The Triangle Pride Band has a threefold mission: Promote music as a medium of communication among people, provide high quality music for the community, and be ambassadors of the LGBT community. All interested adults, regardless of gender or sexual orientation, are invited to join the band in bringing an LGBT and Ally organization back to the region. They are currently looking for members with all levels of musical experience, as well as individuals interested in being involved in the organization’s leadership. Participation is free!

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Big Bad Bear Improv

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Big Bad Bear Improv

Big Bad Bear Improv consists of Brian Johnson, Jeffrey Moore, and Brian Thacker – three gay men exploring gender, characters, and what makes people tick. They perform at various venues and festivals around the Triangle.

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Triadic Vocals

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Triadic Vocals

Triadic Vocals is a group of 11 musicians coming together from a wide range of backgrounds, occupations, and walks of life to create professional and high-quality a capella music. Formed in the summer of 2016 under the name "Spectrum Vocals," the group is based in Raleigh where they perform contemporary music in an exciting voices-only setting.

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Taylor Leopold

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Taylor Leopold

Taylor Leopold is a multifaceted, North Carolina-based singer/songwriter. In addition to owning and running TL Studio Music Lessons in Wake Forest, NC, she is an accomplished indie pop recording artist. Compared to acts like Lorde and Hozier, Taylor is known for the dark and gritty vocals she incorporates into her sound. Her acoustic sets also include covers of radio hits from artists such as Post Malone, Halsey, and Maroon 5.

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Shadina

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Shadina

Shadina is the God-Daughter of Otis Williams of the Temptations and the daughter of the First Lady of New Jack Swing. Her career as a singer/songwriter took off shortly after establishing her own label with her mother, Like Mother Like Daughter Music Group. While she has performed at some of the nation’s largest venues like Madison Square Garden, the House of Blues, and the National Mall, she is especially proud of the huge fanbase she has cultivated performing at various Pride events around the country.

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DJ Pancakes

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DJ Pancakes

DJ Pancakes is a Raleigh transplant hailing from Baltimore. Pancakes is an amazing queer musical wizard specializing in 80s tunes and mashups of post punk, club music, electric sound, rap, and indie. Self-described as “Your girlfriend’s problematic fav,” she’s out to make every dance floor unique. DJ Pancakes currently has two EPs released, self-titled Skandal Revolta and I Like Your Face.

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Greenwich

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Greenwich

Greenwich was formed in 2018. Consisting of Ryan on guitar, Megan on bass, and Sean on drums, this trio delivers a sound that rivals groups twice their size with three part harmonies to boot. Drawing from pop influences, this Alt-Rock group brings something different to the table.

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Thomas Strayhorn

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Thomas Strayhorn

Thomas is a singer/songwriter based in Durham, NC, who writes simple songs with a serious connection to a sense of place and pride. He feels that transparency in his writing makes his songs more compelling, and he wants to connect to LGBTQ audiences that don’t often see relatable themes of sexuality in songwriting. His music, like his recent EP The Man That I Am, is primarily driven by acoustic guitar, piano, and vocal harmonies.

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Tina & Her Pony

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Tina & Her Pony

This indie Appalachian folk duo consists of Tina Collins and Quetzal Jordan. The pair of classically trained musicians combine their voices and a whole bunch of stringed instruments to make music that queers the American folk tradition. Their sound draws on influences such as Nickel Creek, Sarah Jarosz, Gillian Welch, and Crooked Still.

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