Wednesday, March 16, 2011

AQLF Fundraiser at Eddie's Attic, April 17

THE AQLF BENEFIT SHOW returns to Eddie's Attic in Decatur on Sunday, April 17, at 6 p.m. (doors open at 5 p.m.) for a rocking good time with Bucky Motter and Sonia Tetlow. These two friends of the festival represent some of the very best in Atlanta's GLBTQ entertainment, and will showcase the devastatingly good songwriting and hilarious wit that have earned them each the title of "Hometown Hero." Proceeds from the show will support the 5th Annual Atlanta Queer Literary Festival, bringing amazing queer literature and performance to you for free during Stonewall Weekend this June.

BUCKY MOTTER is a gender queer performing songwriter, rocker, and competitive bodybuilder who has opened for such artists as: BB King, Melissa Ferrick 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.

SONIA TETLOW fronts the band, Herman Put Down The Gun, and plays banjo in the "alterna-grass" group, Roxie Watson. As the former singer and guitarist for the punk-rock trio, STB (Sonia Tetlow Band), which released two critically acclaimed independent albums, Tetlow also played bass guitar in Cowboy Mouth for several years. A diverse and talented multi-instrumentalist, she has: toured extensively, performed on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," and has opened for artists, like: Patti Smith, Shawn Mullins and Indigo Girls.

Tickets are only $15 per person or reserve a table for $75 (seats 4). There's also a Dinner & Show discount options now available for both Table and General Admission reservations. Save up to $5 per person! Click this link to buy tickets now!

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