150 gay men sang together virtually & the result is incredible

The San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus performs virtually
The San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus performs virtually Photo: Screenshot

Measures to slow the spread of a novel coronavirus has most of the nation under lock down, but nothing can keep a gay man away from a ballad.

For the first time, the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus has released a virtual “performance” featuring 150 members singing together – from their respective homes.

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The group performs “Truly Brave,” a mashup of Cyndi Lauper’s famous “True Colors” and Sara Bareilles’ “Brave.” The chorus started performing the song in 2014 to raise money for charity.

“SFGMC’s first virtual chorus performance is dedicated to the ‘Truly Brave’ first responders and healthcare workers on the frontlines of COVID-19,” the chorus posted with the video. “You are our heroes.”

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