Sad. Bad. Happy. Good. Sure, these could all be the normal course of emotions that humans experience in a given day. But for Madeline Eckhart and Natalie Grace Martin, this range of feelings represents an umbrella of experiences powerful enough to inspire an entire album.

What do the life of legendary activist Sylvia Rivera, the Lavender Scare firings of the 1950s, and the words of social work legend Jane Addams have in common? If you answered, “They’re all represented in songs on a new album of choral work,” you are not only a savant guesser, but you are also correct!

1979 was a monumental year for the LBGTQ community finding its voice. 

In San Francisco, the White Night Riots saw thousands of citizens taking to the streets to protest the egregiously insulting slap-on-the-wrist that Dan White received for murdering Supervisor Harvey Milk and Mayor George Moscone in broad daylight.

Nothing is more engaging than a band that can move beyond the norm and take things in a new direction. That is exactly how to sum up the French Horn Rebellion. They’re an electro-pop dance band comprised of brothers Robert Perlick-Molinari and David Perlick-Molinari.