Amiss Tori — Sequins & Steel

LGBTQIA+
By
Rachel Cholst
March 20, 2024
Rainbow Rodeo Magazine
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Drag queens singing country music is starting to be something of a subgenre in the queer country world. Certainly, there’s a je ne sais quois about someone who is expressing deep vulnerability after spending hours and hours crafting a separate identity. Amiss Tori brings us a meaningful new entry with Sequins & Steel, an album of ballads that dispenses with drag queen camp and cuts right to the core.

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