Saturday, August 7, 2010
Bucky Motter is a gender queer performing songwriter, rocker, and competitive bodybuilder. He is a veteran of the Atlanta music scene and has opened for such artists as BB King, Indigo Girls, Melissa Ferrick, Sonia Leigh, and the Manhattan Transfer. He has two critically acclaimed CD's: Outta Control and Pleasure and Pain on his own Hey MISTER! Records label. Currently he is playing his own music with his beloved bassist Jerry Peek and playing bass and co-writing with the Atlanta power pop band Flat Cat.
You can sample some of the music off Bucky's latest album Pleasure and Pain here.
Check out a video of Bucky performing Girls Talk below.
We're so excited to have Bucky performing at the AQLF Benefit. You can still get tickets for the April 12th event on the Eddie's Attic site here. Group tables are available, and tickets will be sold at the door if still available.
And for more information about the rest of the exciting lineup and other details check our web site here.
Posted by Atlanta Queer Lit Fest at 7:31 PM