R&P in Queer History

Do you know the music of Romanovsky & Phillips?
Do you have an old photograph, or perhaps a story of seeing them perform ‘back in the day’?

Ron and Paul would like your help.

In preparation for a possible documentary and also to add to their own archives, they are collecting stories from anyone who attended or produced one or more of their concerts (or heard their music through one form or another) and how those experiences touched or affected their lives.

Stories can be any length, even just a few sentences. Many folks have told them stories over the years, but they would really appreciate having them in written form. The stories will be archived on the RomanovskyAndPhillips.com archives. Your name will not be used unless you give specific permission to do so.

And, as many of their audience are now older, we would appreciate any and all efforts to spread the word online as well as through community organizations. Thank you in advance for your help in getting the word out about this project.

Stories may be sent to randpstories[at]gmail[dot]com or via USPS to:
Paul Phillips
369 Montezuma Ave. #209
Santa Fe, NM 87501.

Some more items from my personal collection:
Back, L-R:
@ custom folder for promotional literature. No date, but has their SF address;
@ A copy of the 1991 “The Songs Of Romanovsky & Phillips, volume 1” on loan from the book’s designer as research material.

Front, L-R:
# Ho-Ho-Homophobia, promotional CD; 3 songs from Brave Boys (1994);
# Promotional notecard for their 1984 album I Thought You’d Be Taller;
# Promotional postcard for Ron’s 2002 release Je M’appelle Dadou;
# Promotional postcard for 2008’s Turn Up The Fun.

# Related R&P blog posts;
# Disclosure: I operate the Official R&P Merch Shop, and the Official R&P FB Page under contract.

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