Drink slinging, country singing Steve Grand delighted fans during his Atlanta Pride performance on Saturday, ignoring their pleas to strip off his shirt and show off the abs that enjoy their own following.
Grand took the sexy chants in stride, belting out his original hits that turned him into a YouTube sensation since July. "All-American Boy" indeed. He admitted that the Pride crowd was his largest yet. Then he enjoyed Atlanta's cultural offerings -- cute puppies, the skyline and zombies.
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