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This week, we welcome Christopher Hamblin to the show.
Christopher Hamblin is a musician, host and personal executive assistant to his husband Timothy Wilcots, better known as Latrice Royale.
Christopher talks to us about his life growing up, struggling with his sexuality in a Christian household and how his grandmother was the rock of his life. He opens up about his relationship with the church and how he found his love for music and a community there and then went on to form the Knoxville Gay Men’s Chorus to tell their story.
Hamblin also opens up about how he met Latrice and introduced her to his family. Christopher reflects on his relationship with his mother and how she made the choice of accepting him as he is.
About the Guest
Christopher Hamblin is a musician, producer, Host of “All the Queens’ Men,” and husband to Latrice Royale. He grew up in Tennessee and attended the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. He dropped out shortly to move to New York to pursue musical theatre. He is the personal assistant to his husband as well as the representative for LRI Talent management.
You can find his song, “Give me a Holler,” on Youtube here.
Check out “All the Queens’ Men” on WowPresents Plus here.
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