Category Archives: History & Culture

A Golden Age of Gay/Lesbian Country Music?

contributed by Dan Goldes With new releases by Chely Wright, Ty Herndon, and newcomer Brandon Stansell, and with former child singer Billy Gilman featured on TV’s The Voice, it seems as though we may be entering a new era of … Continue reading

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Orlando Tragedy Remembrance at Sundance Saloon

Sundance Saloon held a tribute and healing ceremony in the aftermath of the terrible tragedy at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando on Sunday, June 12, 2016. A moment of silence, followed by a gathering of community, followed by healing through … Continue reading

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New Video “Stay A Little Longer” Depicts Same-Sex Relationship

We’re back after a few months’ hiatus with a look at a groundbreaking video for the Brothers Osbourne song “Stay A Little Longer” which recently broke into the top 10 in the Billboard country music charts. While the lyrics are … Continue reading

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It Takes a Village: Sundance Saloon Promotion at 16th & Market

Each month the check-cashing store at 16th & Market in San Francisco offers its window space to a different nonprofit organization. This month (March-April 2015) the Sundance Association is the featured nonprofit to coincide with our 17th anniversary month. To … Continue reading

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Welcome To The Sundance Saloon Blog

“White. A blank page of canvas … So many possibilities.”  – Sunday In The Park With George (Stephen Sondheim/James Lapine). “Sundance Saloon changed my life.” – overheard at Sundance Saloon on more than one occasion. Sundance Saloon is known widely … Continue reading

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