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Greatest Overlooked Song About a Poz Person This Year

Greatest Overlooked Song About a Poz Person This Year


An ode to an art superstar.

After coming of age during the height of the AIDS crisis and losing three of her beloved teachers to the disease's complications, San Francisco folk-rock storyteller Rachel Garlin decided to pay a musical tribute to famed artist Keith Haring, who died of AIDS-related complications in 1990, with her sweet, folksy, guitar-filled tune, “Hey Keith Haring” on her new album, Wink at July.

Now a teacher herself and a touring musician, Garlin (who is raising two kids with her wife) lets her voice do as much talking as the lyrics, which strike a chord, especially for people who grew up at a time when little was known about the disease.


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