Main Stage: ROGUE To Perform

THE ORIGINAL LGBT EXPO 2016

February 26, 2016

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Performing live on the main stage, it’s ROGUE.

Megan Allen, Emma Craig and Tina Jensen are three soul sisters determined to take the world by storm. After working together for three years in a previous group, their love of music and respect for one another banded them together to form their very own super group. Megan, Emma, and Tina are strong, fearless, ferocious, and brave warriors busting out their own brand of dance moves, incomparable vocals and harmonies, and lead with a message of self love and acceptance.  Their first single, “Here I Go” (written by Matthew Neff/Brian Morey) will be released March 1st, 2016.  

“We were always told:
how to look, how to act, how to sound.
Then one day we woke up and decided it really didn’t matter what they told us.
No rules.  No apologies.  Just us.
We went ROGUE.
We’re going ROGUE.
WE ARE ROGUE.” 

Known for their signature twists on hits from yesterday to today with cleverly entertaining mashups, mega mixes, and medleys (Whitney, Gaga, Beyonce, Donna, Bruno, Bowie, Robyn, TLC, Lennox, Kanye, 5th Harmony, Little Mix, Lauper, Minaj, and more), the girls are elated to be signed with Lemon Shark Productions writing and recording their first full length original album.   

Previously as a group:  Their past highlights include their 2015 Official Pride Tour (San Francisco, Milwaukee (opening for En Vogue), Washington D.C., Vermont, New York and more), headlining a monthly residency at The West End in NYC, opening for 2015’s Full Figured Fashion Week, headlining The 40th Annual NYC Village Halloween Parade (PIX11), The Original LGBT EXPO at The Javits Convention Center in NYC, recording the original song “Hot Mess” with Drag Superstars Sherry Vine and Bianca Del Rio (RuPaul’s Drag Race), and performing after Melissa Etheridge and opening for Thelma Houston at Capital Pride in Albany, NY, 2014. Tina, Emma, and Megan have been featured together and on the cover of Full Blossom Magazine, Funk The Formula Magazine, Volup2 Magazine, and Bleep Magazine, and were featured on the radio (90.3 WMSC-FM, Power 88.1 FM WARY, The Pulse 88.9 WQSU) with their first single as a group, “Movie Star” (written by Michelangelo Sosnowitz).

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