Dusty Springfield’s 1968 international hit ‘Son of a Preacher Man’ received a haunting, heavy cover by out singer Tom Goss.
Two closeted teens, one the son of the town’s virulent anti-gay preacher, find love, condemnation, and ultimately, validation in small town America. This uniquely gay twist exposes the desperation and isolation when your first love is a forbidden one.
To appreciate the journey Tom Goss took us on with this version, a look at the original …
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