Mary Lambert, Tyler Glenn Harmonize With San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus (Photos)
By Advocate.com Editors
On Saturday night, the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus (SFGMC) honored both Mary Lambert and Tyler Glenn of Neon Trees. Read more below.
The San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus honored both Mary Lambert and Tyler Glenn of Neon Trees last Saturday at the 40th Season Crescendo Gala for using their voices as agents of change. As part of the evening’s theme of family, their mothers joined them for the evening and presented their awards. Two-time Grammy Award nominee Lambert performed her hit “She Keeps Me Warm,” and Glenn performed his band’s track “Animal.” The show closed with Bob the Drag Queen’s upbeat “Purse First” number. Photos by Gooch of San Francisco.
Mary Lambert performing "She Keeps Me Warm."
Mary Lambert hugging mom Mary Kay Lambert.
Debbie Glenn, Tyler Glenn, Mary Lambert, and Mary Kay Lambert
Tyler Glenn and SFGMC executive director Chris Verdugo
Mary Lambert and SFGMC executive director Chris Verdugo
Kelly Jakle and SFGMC executive director Chris Verdugo
Dan England, SFGMC artistic director Tim Seelig, composer and nonoree Andrew Lippa, SFGMC executive director Chris Verdugo, Eddie Reynolds
London Breed, president of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors and acting mayor of S.F. after the death of Mayor Ed Lee
Honoree Ken McNeely, president of AT&T’s Pacific Region