When I first came out in the 1970's in Austin, Texas, there was a circle of older gays who knew
the ropes and had code words and phrases for all sorts of situations. One of those was the phrase
"Are you musical?" to which an affirmative response indicated one was gay. If a new guy came
into a mixed setting, someone would always ask, "Is he musical?" This predictably led to some misunderstandings such as when a handsome straight trombone player from Oklahoma City
answered "yes" at a dinner party and had to fight off advances from half a dozen middle aged
and older queens. Anyway, today we go musical, starting with a hunk at a piano who looks
like he doesn't know a thing about music, but might be "musical."
I would not mind playing a duet with him. This photo has a sort of "candid" air about it, like he was waiting to do some posing and was just tinkering on the piano until he was called on to pose.ReplyDelete
He did a whole series that day, some with the piano, some without.Delete
Je lui proposerais volontiers un autre instrument pour qui joue dessus...ReplyDelete
I would gladly offer him another instrument for who plays on it ...
From the looks of these comments, there's a queue forming. At least you're near the front, Albert, lol.Delete
Hi like the pianist whether he plays or not. Like to sit on his Lap while he playsReplyDelete
My Man pr something like that~ Mike P.
Now there's a happy thought!Delete
As someone who cannot play a note but definitely is “musical”, I fear I might have missed out when asked that question, until one of those middle aged and older queens enlightened me!ReplyDelete
You'd have caught on eventually, lol.Delete
He looks like Sonny Bono practising on his baby grand. Who guessed he was singing about his piano?ReplyDelete
He does look like Sonny, but I don't think Mr. Bono was built quite like that.Delete
After the piano lesson, how about an organ lesson!ReplyDelete
Why couldn't my piano teacher look like that muscular hunk....lo-lol...:)