supposedly.me’s Affirmative

This is going to be the post where I date myself (I don’t mean dinner for one at my favorite vegan restaurant, not having to share my snuck-in Twizzlers at the local family-run movie theater, and dessert back at my place…wink, wink) and take you all the way back to the 80’s. That’s when electronic…

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Ingrid Michaelson’s Songs For The Season

This time of year I’m always curious to see which divas are releasing Christmas albums. This year only one diva released an album worth buying, at least in my gay opinion, and that’s Ingrid Michaelson. Ingrid did a CD signing in New York City to promote the new album which I went down for. Unfortunately…

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Cher’s Dancing Queen

I’m not religious so I don’t go to church to confess my sins to the holy dude in the secret closet. However, I will confess my ultimate gay sin here…I don’t like ABBA. Blasphemy, I know! That haunting noise heard across the land was all the gays of the past, present and future gasping in…

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Tiffany’s Pieces Of Me

At the end of last year when I saw Tiffany in concert at The Iridium in New York City, she mentioned working on new music. She compared the sound to her previous album The Color Of Silence, which in my gay opinion, is her best album to date. So to say that I was excited…

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Kris Angelis’ Pieces That Were Stolen EP

My main reason for joining Twitter four years ago was to keep track of my favorite divas since I don’t do Facebook. It’s allowed me to interact with some of the divas directly and I’ve found out about some amazing shows. I didn’t plan on participating in Twitter as much as I have, but because…

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Donna De Lory’s Here In Heaven

Since starting this blog back in 2014, I have done posts on Donna De Lory’s live album Live From Kula Space, her Two Friends EP with Niki Haris, and Welcome To The Dream Machine the La Machine De Reve’s album that she’s a member of. Instead of going all fangay and gushing further, here’s what…

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Lesli Margherita’s Rule Your Kingdom

This past December my partner and I took my great nephew to New York City for the first time. He wanted to walk around and explore the city so we were looking into show options to make his trip even more special. My partner discovered a show called Who’s Holiday about 40 year old Cindy…

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Beth Nielsen Chapman’s Heart Of Glass

Whenever one of my divas releases a new album, I hope for a tour to follow even though I know the majority of the set list will be from the new album. Most times the album is good but not good enough for me to forget about the classic songs. However, that is not the…

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Dega

Hi! My name is Dave and I’m an Asliholic. It was 7 years and 8 days since my last new Aslyn musical fix until last week when she released a new album with her husband, Kalen Nash, under the name Dega. This self titled album is an 80’s synth-heavy, psychedelic trip with an experimental, hipster,…

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