East Atlanta’s lesbian bar gave a warm welcome back to the living-legend lesbian musical duo Halcyon on Saturday with a crowded house of rowdy fans of more than 20 years of the band’s signature songs.
My Sister’s Room was ready, willing and able to accommodate the audience as well as Halcyon’s Deb Hunseder and Steph Callahan (photo, left-right) with a state-of-the-art new sound system as part of renovations last month under its new ownership. The band also met and hung out with the audience in a VIP seating area set up for the show.
Photos by Sher Pruitt
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