Rainbow Rodeo Podcast Ep 15 Julian Talamantez Brolaski

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By
Rachel Cholst
August 4, 2023
Rainbow Rodeo
Interview

Julian Talamantez Brolaski is a poet and country crooner but, above all else, is a careful curator of traditional country music. Brolaski’s album It’s Okay Honey comes out today, replete with yodeling, cowboy guitar and, of course, heartbreak. Brolaski was also on the ground floor of Brooklyn’s queer country scene in the 2010s. They’re too modest to say it, but that makes them an integral part of the current queer country movement.

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a two-spirit and transgender poet and musician of mixed Mescalero and Lipan Apache, Latin@, and European heritages.
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Boots Off | A shoes off AAPI Playlist

(SHUFFLE ONLY) Classics and fresh bangers by Asian And Pacific Islander country artists! Curated by Shoes Off Nashville with the goal of balancing Asian And Pacific Islander representation to the best of its ability. Want to add a song? DM us on social media @shoesoffnash!

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