Four years ago openly-gay singer/songwriter Steve Grand maxed out all his credit cards to make his very first music video. It was a gamble that quickly paid off as it went viral and got over 1 million hits in the first week (it now stands at 6.5 million), and his first album that followed entered the Billboard Independent Artist Chart at no 3.
Now the totally disarmingly charming Grand is headlining in his own Show at Provincetown’s Art House Theater and wowing crowds all summer long. That is where we caught up with him to talk about life, love ….. and music of course.
Steve Grand was talking to Roger Walker-Dack for queerguru reports on PTV’s Channel 99 and filmed by Hussein Wentz.
She joined us in the Queerguruhouse for a interview with Roger Walker-Dack filmed by Dan Desjardins
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Once described as the Bette Midler of the new millennium, the fabulous Tori Scott is heading back to Provincetown Art House Theatre with her brand new show for her adoring fans at the start of Bear Week. Queerguru talked with her before she left NY ..…
Singer and comedian Tori Scott loves that fact that gay men are her biggest fans even though it means her dating life sucks. She’s back in #Ptown for the 4th year at the Provincetown Art House Theatre with her new show PICKLED so called because the more vodka she is served the more raunchy the stories she tells between belting out her favorite Judy Garland, Streisand or Pink song.
Queerguru discovered that even without her favorite tipple she is one really funny lady with a helluva voice that so deservedly won her the accolade ‘the Bette Midler of the millennials’