‘Blame Sally’ helps separate church and state

Blame Sally photographed in Berkeley, CA January 20, 2011©Jay Blakesberg

Lesbians and friends take over the stage at Freight & Salvage Coffeehouse in Berkeley, 8pm Friday, Nov. 13, in a concert benefiting Americans United for Separation of Church and State, a national non-profit that has defended LGBT and other civil rights in many recent legal cases and political battles. Pam Delgado and Monica Pasqual of Bay Area-based Blame Sally, one of the groups performing at the benefit, came by Out in the Bay‘s studios Thursday to share their music, tell us the REAL story behind the band’s name, why they support Americans United for Separation of Church and State, and about their experiences being queer in the music world. Eric Jansen hosts. (Aired Thurs., Nov. 12, on 91.7fm/ kalw.org)


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In addition to Blame Sally, Catie Curtis and Maia Sharp appear in the benefit concert at Freight & Salvage, 2020 Addison Street, Berkeley (less than a block from downtown Berkeley BART station), 8pm Friday, Nov. 13.  Info and tickets at TheFreight.org. Learn more about Blame Sally at their website, BlameSally.com.

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