“All American Boy” to Join 40th Celebration of Pride in the Nation’s Capital
Washington, DC – Singer-songwriter Steve Grand will perform at the Capital Pride Heroes Gala on June 3. The Gala will be held at the Carnegie Library, 801 K Street, NW, at 7:00 pm and will honor outstanding leaders and activists in the LGBTA community. Tickets for the event are available at capitalpride.org/heroes. The Capital Pride Heroes is presented by the Historical Society of Washington, DC.
“I am truly honored to be performing at the Heroes Gala,” said Grand. “There is a great long list of heroes to thank, not only for this year, but for the last 40 years of LGBT advancement that we celebrate this night. I’m humbled to play any role at all in this event.”
Steve Grand released his aptly titled debut album “All American Boy” on March 23, 2015 and the following week it entered at 27 on the Billboard Chart. The album is a culmination of years of support that Steve has received from his fans. Fueled by donations from nearly 5,000 supporters, Steve’s album, as of April 2015, was the third most funded music project in Kickstarter history. The album has been embraced by The Boston Globe, MSNBC, Huffington Post, OUT, Billboard, The Daily Beast, Idolator, and many more. To learn more about Steve Grand please visit: www.stevegrand.com
“We are excited to have Steve Grand join us for the Heroes Gala,” said Ryan Bos, Executive Director of the Capital Pride Alliance. “On a night when we honor those who have broken down barriers for the LGBT community, it’s only fitting to have an artist like Steve who continues to break down barriers with his music and his advocacy. We’re honored to have him as part of the Heroes Gala.”
The Historical Society of Washington, D.C., is a community-supported educational and research organization that collects, interprets, and shares the history of our Nation’s Capital. Founded in 1894, it serves a diverse audience through its collections, public programs, exhibitions, and publications.
Capital Pride, located in Washington, DC, is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving the needs of the LGBT community and our allies through educational events, entertainment, community outreach, and celebrations of diversity including the annual Pride Parade and Street Festival in our Nation’s Capital. Capital Pride produces one of the largest Pride Celebrations in North America with more than 350,000 attendees in 2014. 2015 marks the 40th Annual Celebration of Pride in the Nation’s Capital with our main celebration taking place June 3 – 14, 2015. As the LGBT Pride Celebration representing the Nation’s Capital, we strive to be a beacon of hope and solidarity for cities and communities around the country and the world.