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Performer Matches: Alpha Rev, Troy Dillinger
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More Religious Fervor
Last night, aGLIFF opened with the fervor of a preacher's fever.
" was brrroughten to aGLIFF's opening salvo, Call Me Troy, the powerful Scott Bloom documentary about the life and..."

Sept. 29, 2007 Qmmunity Post by Kate X Messer

After a Fashion
Stephen goes alley-cattin' for real
" speeches by Mayor Will Wynn and the legendary Rev. Troy Perry, about whom the documentary Call Me Troy,..."

Oct. 5, 2007 Column by Stephen MacMillan Moser

After a Fashion
Stephen sure is getting around, hobnobbing with the bigwigs and taking in all of the faboo fall fashion fetes
"...were rousing speeches by Rep. Senfronia Thompson and the Rev. Troy Perry, and performances by five-time Grammy winner Judy..."

Oct. 7, 2005 Column by Stephen MacMillan Moser

Cinematexas Heads for That Big Screening in the Sky...
But festival season soldiers on
"...mainstream gender-bending films from across the planet. Call Me Troy, a documentary on the Metropolitan Community Church founder the..."

Aug. 31, 2007 Screens Feature by Marc Savlov

MCCA: Coming Home
"...Metropolitan Community Churches was formed in 1968 by the Rev. Troy Perry, author of The Lord is My Shepherd..."

Oct. 6, 1995 News Feature

Resources for Gays, Lesbians, Their Families, and Friends
"...Austin (MCCA): 416-1170. Gay, inclusive, inter-denominational church. National founder Rev. Troy Perry recently spoke in Austin...."

Oct. 6, 1995 News Feature

Lege Notes
Odds and ends (mostly odds) from the 79th
"...gays. The story drew a sharp response from the Rev. William K. McElvaney, a professor emeritus of theology at..."

May 20, 2005 News Column

ACL Music Fest Preview
"...a Woman From the Ground (both on Sugar Hill) reveal his complete mandolin mastery, while siblings Sean and Sara..."

Sept. 15, 2006 Music Feature

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