BY ADAM L. BRINKLOW
How can you tell when you’re a real rock star? Is it when you sell out your first live show? When you cut your first studio album? When you’re finally able to quit your day job? Or is it just when you finally get a line-up that clicks? That was the key moment for the Nova Scotian lesbian rockers of Perpetual Detour: The first time they all sat down to play together, they realized that it would work, setting them on the road from the basement of that purple house in Halifax to their debut studio album “What if it Was You?”
It all started humbly enough. “We met playing softball,” says vocalist Meagan Lanchbery, recalling the four women’s initial meeting on a gay softball league team four years ago.
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