Blues musician Gaye Adegbalola plays in our studio her greatest hits. She’s wrapping up her farewell tour with her band Saffire, talking about her work in the civil rights movement of the 1960s, what drives her passion in music and why fighting shame is so critical for gay liberation.
Here's the latest in the category Live Music Sessions
Matt Alber’s music career exploded in 2009 after the video for his song “End of the World.” Since then, he’s gone the independent route, touring the country as a solo artist.
Today Grammy Award winner Matt Alber joins us for a live music podcast, playing music from his latest album Constant Crows. Listen as Matt talks about growing up in St. Louis, Missouri, his unique singing style and falling in love.
As the fall season moves forward and the trees start to turn their leaves shades of gold, it’s not too late to spend some time in nature with all your queer pals.
Today Vallery Dolls and Manny Petty treat us to a live music session of songs from their gay campground tour. Listen as Vallery talks about her work with the Chicago League of Lady Arm Wrestlers and reading books to children while in drag.
Tom Goss has had two very different music videos go viral: the playfully sexy “Bears” and the teen angst filled cover of Dusty Springfield’s “Son of a Preacher Man.” At what point does the viral success of his videos affect his future work?
Today Tom Goss joins us for a live music session to play his viral hits and he gives us a sneak peek of new music from his upcoming album.
Our lovely friend, musician Tom Goss packed up his guitar and husband Mike and moved to Beverly, Hills that is- Bryan Singer pool parties, and porneau stars. Tom moved to L.A. to dive into the wonderful community of artists living there and he’s loving every minute of it!
Today Tom Goss and his gal pal Liz DeRoche give us a live music session with songs from their new album Wait.
On today’s live music podcast, we have Chicago’s LGBT music “It girl” Sami Grisafe! Sammi is giving us a sneak peek at her new album “Brand New Fairy tale” which features Eric Himan singing the hook in the title song.
Listen as Sami weighs in on the rapidly changing music scene, and how artists are doing it for themselves.
We don’t usually associate sensual bohemian music with Mormons, but instead we think of wholesome Donnie and Marie types, where everyone smiles till it hurts.
But musician Spencer Day has been through hell and back- from pretending he was a heroin junkie in high school to look cool to struggling with his religious upbringing and sexual identity as an adult.
Today a live music sessions with the fabulous Spencer Day, playing songs from his new album The Mystery of You.
Steven Strafford’s new musical Methtacular! delivers the gay side of Breaking Bad we never got to see, by taking us on a hilarious but harrowing journey of his three years as a crystal meth addict in Chicago.
Today actor Steven Strafford joins us for a live music session playing songs from Methtacular! Listen as Steven talks about having the courage to take some of the worst moments of his life and turn it into art.
The most important thing in life is the relationships we create with others. One of the best ways to bring people into your life is to make awesome stuff and share it. But it’s not always easy being a creative spirit in a challenging world.
Today Tom Goss joins us for a live music session and to talk about how to stay artistically motivated.
The year is 1997, and American music companies are raking it in the money just before the Internet and Napster changed the value of buying music. It was a year that would introduce many one hit wonders, like Hanson’s “Mmmbop,” Aqua’s “Barbie Girl,” Chumbawamba’s “Tubthumping” and Tito Nieve’s “I Like It Like That.”
What an annoying year! But oh so good!
Today musician Stephen Leonard joins us to look at the one-hit-wonders of 1997, and why it was such an extraordinary year for big hits.