Holiday Sidewinder’s Forever Or Whatever

Back in the day, to find new music, you had to listen to the radio or go into a music store (a magical place where you could physically flip through bins of LPs, 8-tracks, cassettes, or CDs) to unearth an album cover that spoke to you and hopefully the music contained within would live up…

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Katy Perry’s Smile

On her new album Smile, Katy Perry does what Katy Perry does best, Pop Princess Realness. If you like Katy Perry’s style, then Smile is more of the same. If you don’t like Katy Perry, well obviously, there’s something wrong with you. Katy’s music and lyrics always focus on the silver lining, looking on the…

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The Aces’ Under My Influence

Some people need a caffeine fix to get their day started, not me, I need a shower and a dose of music to get me into the groove of my day. This past Friday was the release date for The Aces new album Under My Influence so I woke up early, bought it and downloaded…

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Kalen & Aslyn’s Back Of Our Minds

This time last year I did a blog post about a once in a lifetime opportunity my partner and I had to host a concert by one of our favorite divas, Aslyn. What a difference a year makes, now going to concerts is a thing we used to do. Thankfully new music is still being…

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Happy Birthday “Chuckie-Poo”

  A virtual birthday party wouldn’t be complete without       Koalas             Male Strippers               & Whatever This Is           Since The Go-Go’s concert is a No-Go, thanks Coronavirus, Matthew Mitcham will have to be your consolation prize…

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Coronavirus Project #6

          The two people who have had the most influence on my personal hair stylings over the years are Shaun Cassidy, with his male version of the Farrah Fawcett flip, and Madonna who changed hair styles and colors more often than I changed my underwear…that may explain why I was single…

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Tori Amos’ Resistance

In order for music to resonate with me, it has to speak to the sensibilities of my inner teen girl…it’s Britney, Bitch. Back in 1992, Tori Amos released her Little Earthquakes album and it shook my inner Britney to her core. Before this time, my musical taste was very light and pop oriented (and still…

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Be Steadwell

Black Lives Matter. Period. How to write a post about a cause I believe in and find a way to help? But without making it all about me, when I make everything about me, since it’s my gay opinion. The answer is through relatable music. This Friday, June 19th the website I use to discover…

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Kris Angelis Live At Hotel Cafe

In my gay opinion, one of the biggest hardships during the Coronavirus pandemic has been giving up live music. I miss getting to a venue more than a hour early in case of traffic, squeezing into a tight seat with no leg room, listening to fans one-up each other reminiscing about previous shows they attended…

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