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December 12, 1989 | ZAN DUBIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Paul Phillips waltzed on stage at UC Irvine on Sunday night wearing a skintight miniskirt, garters that gripped thigh-high white hose, one rhinestone earring and three strands of pearls--typical garb for a member of Romanovsky & Phillips, an openly gay duo who sing of closet homosexuals, AIDS and sodomy. With gusto, the couple chanted: "Give me a guy who's glad to be gay!" With sober sincerity they harmonized: "Stand by the living and remain unified."
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December 12, 1989 | ZAN DUBIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Paul Phillips waltzed on stage at UC Irvine on Sunday night wearing a skintight miniskirt, garters that gripped thigh-high white hose, one rhinestone earring and three strands of pearls--typical garb for a member of Romanovsky & Phillips, an openly gay duo who sing of closet homosexuals, AIDS and sodomy. With gusto, the couple chanted: "Give me a guy who's glad to be gay!" With sober sincerity they harmonized: "Stand by the living and remain unified."
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March 15, 1988 | LYN JENSEN
For the "alternative-music" duo Romanovsky and Phillips, which performed Sunday at Garden Grove for the newly formed Orange County Visibility League, breaking stereotypes is part of their job. Originally from San Francisco, this openly gay partnership has been dubbed "the gay Smothers Brothers" for their combination of topical songs and humor. "I don't feel our music is exclusive to gay people," said Paul Phillips, the more flamboyant member of the team, who sings and plays piano occasionally.
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