This week, other than talking about the Obama’s a-m-a-z-i-n-g inauguration speech, we chat with the amazing musical duo Jason and deMarco! They first hit the scene in 2002 with their album “The Spirit of Christmas” and their fan base has been ever-growing since. Today, they’re working to drop the label of being Christian and gay and just want to be known for their music. This makes sense in today’s more accepting world, as many things have changed over the past 10+ years.
Join us as we talk to them about their February tour, “Celebrating Families of Diversity” where they will be touring 35 cities in the west (Phoenix – 2/6) and bringing along their twin sons and Jason’s parents! Jason and deMarco also do much more than just produce amazing music, they’re involved with SAFE: Safe, Affirming Family Environment, an organization they founded to help GLBTQ youth and young adults who have aged out of foster care, and help them transition to independent living. Jason and deMarco tell their story of how they met, what they’re lives have been like over the past 10 years and some of the things that help keep their relationship nourished and growing each and every day.
Music featured on this episode: Bridge Over Troubled Water from their album “SAFE”.
Next week: Interview with openly lesbian UFC fighter Liz Carmouche!
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