GNO brings together DC's trendsetting LGBTQ musicians and performers for a night of queer excellence. You’ll be laughing, singing, and dancing your way through a new breed of nightlife entertainment.
Bryce - @brycemusiq
BRYCE is a left field dance pop singer-songwriter based in Washington, DC. With his brand of high energy and provocative live performance, BRYCE is ready to bring uncensored, unfiltered LGBTQ+ narratives to the pop music forefront.
Jane Saw - @janesawdc
Jane Saw has been a fixture of the underground queer community in dc for the last two years, hosting everything from dance parties, movie nights, nonsense live TV adaptations in bars, and the occasional drunken bingo hall. You can catch her at Sleaze at Wonderland Ballroom, Rough House at Green Lantern, Gay/Bash! at TRADE, or sending curses on Grindr.
Jordan Genovese - @jordangenovese
Jordan Genovese spent her younger years writing songs in her bedroom just outside of Cleveland, Ohio. Drawing comparisons to Alanis Morrisette and Kacey Musgraves, she is a natural - always turning heads with a knack to entertain. Jordan’s first break came in 2011 when LiveNation invited her to perform at the House of Blues Tri-C Rock Off. Jordan and her band made it to the finals, inking a deal to record the single, "Love the Way It Feels", which appears on her debut album, Green November. Jordan worked with Grammy nominated engineer and producer, Eric Emery (Donald Lawrence, Spiritual) to create her sophomore EP, "Power Games" featuring the single, "Creep" and "I Wish It Would Storm". Jordan has toured around the US and Canada and sharing the stage with acts like The Maine, Matt and Kim, and Dylan Scott.
Hilary Morrow - @hcmorrow
Hilary Morrow is a DC-based actor and soloist with a degree in musical theatre performance from American University. Recently she appeared in Imogen: Shakespeare’s Cymbeline Reimagined as King Cymbeline/Queen with Pointless Theatre Co. and understudied Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day at Adventure Theatre MTC. Other credits include: Detective Fix, Around the World in 80 Days (The American Pops Orchestra); Empress Drusilla, The Emperors Big, Fat, Naked Revolution (2017 Source Festival); Step-Mother, Cinderella: A Magical Musical Tale (APO), Storyteller, Children of Eden (The Kennedy Center) and more. In addition to theatrical performances, she often sings jazz and showtunes for events, cabarets and orchestral gigs. She performs regularly at Birdland, the famed jazz club in New York City and for private events and galas in DC, NYC, Miami and Palm Beach. She spotlights as a pop singer and songwriter. She is a founding member of The Abbrevs. www.hilarymorrow.com