Paul Marcum

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Paul Marcum


With his enthusiasm and easy-going personality, it's easy to see why Paul became such a success on the national calling circuit. Gay square dancers who were not privileged to dance to his calling at the previous conventions in Seattle and Denver are probably familiar with his style anyway through his bestselling recordings released through ESP Records; some of his hits include "Lover in Disguise" and "That's the Way Love Goes." Paul and Elmer were hesitant about introducing their rendition of "Honky Tonk Queeen" before a gay group, but they needn't have been -- it became Seattle's unofficial theme song.[1]

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  1. IAGSDC Convention Program (San Francisco), 1986