LGBTQ+ duo denied agency promotion because of ‘a man dressed as a woman’ cover

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Fab The Duo, LGBTQ+ artists in Los Angeles, California, have highlighted in a tweet that a well known Promotion Agency has refused to promote their new song because of the cover.

In the response e-mail sent by the Agency, its made clear that as a faith-based company, we do not feel comfortable promoting this song and that The man dressed as a woman goes against our standards.


Fab The Duo is a recently LA-based alternative duo, aims to smash societal norms through music and love. Previously hailing from New York, the glamorous boyfriend pair, Greg Driscoll and Brendan Eprile, had quickly become rising stars in New York City’s nightlife and music scene, performing to big, energetic crowds at iconic venues like The Cutting Room, The Stonewall Inn, and The Bitter End.

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