Bona fide diva Amy Armstrong knows quite a bit about making it as a singer. For years her cabaret shows have sold out across the country, and is the toast of gay cruise ships. Today Amy Armstong joins us to talk about the rewards and challenges of what it takes become a professional singer.
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Isn’t this a cute photo? Two icons of gay culture, one of muscle and the other one of music. Where would male strippers be without these two? One popularized muscle building techniques, and the other […]
Donna Summer, the queen of disco whose career spanned four decades and earned her multiple number one hits and five Grammy awards, has died after a long battle with cancer, she was 63. What did Donna Summer’s music mean to you? Bring back any fond memories?
Sexy, crazy and exhilarating–that’s Esteban Andres Cruz.
His one-man show “Stuffed” is a collection of hilarious songs and stories about growing up gay in a macho super jock Hispanic household in Cicero, that’s on the west side of Chicago, yo!
Swedish indie act The Concretes prove that they can create some awesomely sexy music even without their departed former frontwoman Victoria Bergsman.
ill Sobule has been kissing girls since before Katy Perry was even allowed to use cherry Chapstick.
Far from a dirty word, “lesbian folk music” is a term that has the power to pique my interest and make me run to check out the woman holding the title. While the stalwarts like Amy Ray and Jill Sobule are still around doing great work, a new generation has emerged to carry the torch. To the likes of Chris Pureka and An Horse comes Nicole Reynolds.