|Hometown||North Vancouver, Canada|
|Genres||Pop, Contemporary/Soft Rock|
|Band Members||Marlee Walchuk ; Tully Callender|
|# Years Experience Performing Live:||5|
|# Live Perfomances Past Six-months:||12|
|Opener Experience:||Carole Pope; Ace of Base; Carol Jiani; Michael Buble|
|Similar Artists:||Heart; Pink|
|Performing Rights Society:||Outside US|
|Discography:||Come On Out Single—2011; Goldfinger Single—2011; Not Deserted LP—2009; Living Out Proud Single—2008; I Just Love Girls EP—2007|
*Nominated for 4 OUTMUSIC Awards 2012
*Performed on the Main Stage at the National Women's Music Festival 2012
*Winner - Number 1 song of the Year 2011 "Come On Out" Outvoice Top Ten Countdown
•Winner – Number 1 Song of the Year 2010 “Living Out Proud” – OutVoice Top 10 Countdown 2010 (U.S.A.)
•Winner – Pride Song of the Year 2010 – Pride in the Arts (U.S.A.)
•Winner - Favorite Group of the Year 2009 – Pride in the Arts (U.S.A.)
•Winner - Camp Pride Song of the Year 2009 for "I Just Love Girls” – Pride in the Arts (U.S.A.)
•Nominated for Outmusic Award 2009 - New York
•Creators of LGBT Music Site, RightOutTV.com and producers of the RightOutTV Music & Video Awards.
*Wrote the theme song for the 2011 North American Outgames-"Come on Out" which is also heard the movie "Eating Out - The Long Weekend"
*Hosts and producers of The Sugarbeach Show
•Nominated for a 2010 PITA MOJO award for the contribution of RightOutTV to the LGBT community.
•Both albums “I Just Love Girls” and “Not Deserted” in the Top 10 OutVoice charts for over a year. Staying at number 1 for many months. 9 Pride In The Arts nominations.
•Wrote “Living Out Proud” for the 30th Anniversary of Vancouver Pride. Since then it has been used by many cities all over the world.
•2010 Winter Olympics - performed “Living Out Proud” at official launch of Whistler & Vancouver Pride Houses.
•Their performances at pride events have taken them across North America including New York, and also to Australia and Europe.
•2 songs from their first album “I Just Love Girls” were featured in the film “The 6 Month Rule” starring Michelle Wolff. 3 songs from their second album “Not Deserted” can be heard throughout the web series “InSight… Rise of the Seer”
•Feature Articles & Interviews - BOUND, CURVE, She Mag, New York Times, The Examiner (multiple articles), Gay Guitarists Worldwide, Dallas Voice, Wvas Queer News, Xtra, The Metro, Lesbian Quarterly, The Seattle Lesbian, OutSmart Magazine, The Gay Places, Toronto Experimental Artists, Rainbow World Radio, The Lesbian Lounge (Florida), The Bay Area Reporter, The Huffington Post, Joy FM- Melbourne, Proud FM – Toronto, OutVoice, Queer Music Heritage, The Province (BC), The Vancouver Sun, Gay Vancouver, The Lesbian Show (Vancouver).