Ep 89 Interview Bro Duke and God Bless Orlando

In this episode of The Queer Life radio show, Kaiya Kramer interviews Bro Duke from the Duke and Banner Show and discusses the tragedy that befell Orlando and the LGBT community.

This show aired live at 6 pm Pacific on Friday June 10th, 2016

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This episode airs live Friday June 10th, 2016 at 6–8pm on KBBF 89.1 FM, replayed on Tuesday night on KBBF 89.1 FM, replayed on Wednesday night at 6–8pm on KWTF 88.1 FM, on KOWS 107.3 FM, and on Facebook Live

Interview Bro Duke

Duke’s Bio:

Bro Duke runs the Friday Late Night Oldies Show, which starts at 10PM on KBBF. He discovered his career in ’76 when he moved to San Francisco and discovered a headline in Bay Area Reporter that read “KFRC Refuses Same Sex Dedications.” He banged on the doors of a few radio stations with newspaper in hand, but got rejected by all of them, so he built the notorious “Gay People’s Radio” which then solved the immediate problem. He also broadcasted the SF Gay Softball League games.

Up here in Sonoma County, he also ran an international Male Mud Wrestling/Wallowing club.

You can listen to the Duke and Banner Show every Friday night

God Bless Orlando



Man2man is a musical exploration of the diverse identities and experiences of masculine-of-center people: butch women, transmen, and genderqueer folks. The show features trans guitarist Felix Lee, the debut of the all-transmasculine Vajayna Men’s Choir, and my multiply-gendered group, The Singing Bois. The show will be part of the 19th annual National Queer Arts Festival and was commissioned by the Queer Cultural Center in San Francisco. I’m very excited about creating this platform to profile emerging queer and trans artists and I would love for you to see it!

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-Kaiya Kramer
Host of The Queer Life Radio Show

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