Beverly Glenn-Copeland

The Coronavirus is hitting everybody hard and in different ways. For me it means still having to work but keeping an extra social distance from my coworkers (easily done) and instead of going out at night to the gym, a concert, or dinner with friends (not as easy), I’m staying home. Just before normalcy came…

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Lenka’s Discover EP

Whether it’s my favorite ice tea or a sweaty gym rat whose wife beater rides up from his glute grabbing shorts so his belly button winks at me, I’m a sucker for a six pack. That rule also applies to Lenka’s new EP, Discover, with its six pack of abs-solutely fabulous songs. Discover is the…

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Lisa Loeb’s A Simple Trick To Happiness

Lisa Loeb is the only diva I have stalked in the wild. Picture it, March 1998, it’s the middle of Nowheresville, Connecticut and I’m working the front desk of a car rental agency tucked inside a car dealership. My supervisor’s fiance is the manager of a nearby hotel, when they have someone in need of…

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Madison Malone’s I & II EP

I was recently introduced to Madison Malone’s EP I & II. I love discovering a new-to-me singer-songwriter diva but the fact she’s a queer singer-songwriter interested me even more. I think many singer-songwriters phone it in and pander to the mainstream but not Madison, in my gay opinion, she just sings her truth honestly and…

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Bryce Drew’s Lucky Number Single

I don’t normally blog about singles but I’ve been breaking that rule more and more lately. Bryce Drew’s “Lucky Number” is going to be the exception to this rule once again. This single I have been waiting years for, and in my gay opinion, it was worth the wait. Back in 2017 I went to…

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Lenka’s Recover EP

It’s no secret that I hate Valentine’s Day and cover albums, but I do love Lenka. When she released her covers EP Recover on Valentine’s Day, I was curious to give it a listen, but who knew I’d get the answers to many of life’s greatest mysteries. “We Belong” – What if Ginger never got…

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Kris Angelis’ That Siren, Hope EP

After doing my post about Kris Angelis’ Pieces That Were Stolen EP, I was lucky enough to see her in concert. She’s so hard-core indie that she traveled across the USA in her car to perform in every state. If the Connecticut show was any indication, she didn’t always play the finest of venues. She…

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Echosmith’s Lonely Generation

  I’ve been a fan of Echosmith’s ever since they first came on to the scene with their song “Cool Kids” in 2013. They’ve released a few EP’s since but I’ve been waiting patiently for a new full-length album. When I purchased a ticket to their Inside A Dream tour in 2018 it came with…

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Sophie B Hawkins’ As I Lay Me Down Deux

I became a Sophie B Hawkins fan back in ’92 when I first heard her song “Damn I Wish I Was Your Lover” on the radio. Her raspy and gritty vocals over a driving beat had me hooked before the first “damn” left her lips. It would be just over a decade before I would…

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Anna Nalick’s The Blackest Crow

In my gay opinion, Anna Nalick’s new album is one that I shouldn’t like since it’s a covers album and I prefer my divas to share their own talents, like Anna’s incredible songwriting. The good thing is that the majority of the songs on The Blackest Crow are unknown to me, so it’s like a…

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