Eli Conley sings “folk with a queer bite”

Photo by Sarah Deragon

Eli Conley sings of love, prisons, coal mining, religion, homophobia and leaving Virginia on his new CD At The Seams, an album he calls “modern-day folk songs for misfits.” He also describes his music as  “country-tinged folk with a queer bite.” Hear Eli’s music and hear him tell us about his life, his songwriting and how he helps other transgender singers find their voices.  (Interview broadcast live Sept. 12, 2013)


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Eli Conley performs Saturday, Sept. 28, at La Peña Cultural Center in Berkeley for his At The Seams CD release party. Show starts at 8pm.


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