Kyle Motsinger Guests on TriVersity Talk! On Thursday April 29th, 2021 At 7 PM ET

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Wendy Stuart Kaplan and Steven Bloomer-Teague will be hosting TriVersity Talk this Thursday at 7 pm ET with featured guest Kyle Motsinger.

TriVersity Talk is a weekly web series with featured guests discussing their lives, activism and pressing issues in the LGBTQ Community. With TriVersity Talk!, the goal is to laugh and learn.

TriVersity Talk! Is part of TriVersity’s ICARE Initiative. ICARE stands for Increasing Community Awareness through Relevant Education. ICARE Programs are generously funded by The Greater Pike Community Foundation.

Kyle Motsinger is a gay singer/songwriter based in NYC. He released his Sophomore album, “Any Way I Want it To,” in August. Bear World Magazine called it a “Must-Listen!” He has released several stand-alone singles including, “Dark Shadows.” The gothic 60’s soap opera provided the inspiration for the song and the music video featured original series star Kathryn Leigh Scott. Kyle has performed all over NYC in venues like the Delancey, the Bitter End, Rockwood Music Hall, the Duplex, and Don’t Tell Mama. He performed in front of thousands in 2017 at Folsom Street East Festival. He’ll be performing on June 6th at Club Cumming and in July and August at Tin Pan Alley in Provincetown, MA!

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