Halcyon rocks the ladies of My Sister’s Room

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Those lesbian ladies with the guitars returned to their home away from home in Atlanta on Saturday, again delighting fans at My Sister's Room.

Halcyon’s Deb Hunseder and Steph Callahan did what they know how to do best — rock the stage and work the crowd — during the show, their first at the East Atlanta bar since their Pride concert last October. Half of the lesbian rock duo — Callahan — is hosting the bar's Open Mic Night, which continues on May 16 during a run-up to the July 11 finale.

Photos by Vandreena Cotton


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