This morning, the DoItIndy Radio Hour released a cover of "True Colors" recorded Monday in a push to raise local funds for victims of the Orlando gay nightclub massacre.
(Originally recorded by Cyndi Lauper, "True Colors" is often called an anthem for the LGBTQ community, with Lauper commenting that the song meant so much to her after the death of her friend Gregory Natal from HIV/AIDS.
She's since founded the True Colors Fund to help end LGBTQ youth homelessness
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DoItIndy's Radio Hour's release:
Eleadah Kemp (Among The Compromised) and Ryan Michael Gibbons (Moxxie) performed Cyndi Lauper's "True Colors" on the DoitIndy Radio Hour as a tribute to the LGBTQ community in the aftermath of the Orlando mass shooting.
We are offering this recording as a free download. We ask that you please support the victim's families and the wounded by contributing to Equality Florida's GoFundMe page.
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Eleadah Kemp: "One of the most inspirational songs…Cyndi Lauper has been a huge advocate when it comes to the LGBTQ community. I felt as though in spite of everything that's happened…not to hide…this is not the time to go back in the closet, this is not the time to be afraid. This is the time to keep shining, keep showing who you are."
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Released June 15, 2016
Vocal: Eleadah Kemp
Guitar: Ryan Michael Gibbons
Recorded by MP Cavalier for the DoitIndy Radio Hour, at the Satellite Lounge, Indianapolis, June 13 2016
Mastered by Ryan Michael Gibbons at Elixir Studios, Indianapolis