Carly Rae Jepsen’s Emotion Side B

Just over a year ago Carly Rae Jepsen released her Emotion album which I loved and reviewed in an earlier post. Recently she released Emotion Side B which are songs that didn’t make the cut the first time. The original album had 12 tracks and there are deluxe editions with 15 and 17 tracks available…

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Nikki Pope’s Electric Energy EP

This weekend I went to New York City with my sister, my niece, my great niece, and my nephew’s wife to see the New York Spectacular show at Radio City Music Hall (side note: what a great show and becoming a Rockette is now on my bucket list). My sister had an extra ticket and…

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Paula Cole’s This Bright Red Feeling

This past weekend my partner and I went to Arundel, Maine to the Vinegar Hill Music Theater to see Paula Cole perform a This Fire 20th anniversary concert. She wasn’t doing a lot of these shows so we wanted to make sure we caught at least one. It was a three hour drive so we…

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Shayna Leigh’s Drive

In my gay opinion, it’s hard to find new musical divas to follow when radio stations play the same music by the same artists all the time. Every so often on Twitter an artist will randomly follow me and I’ll get an automated DM (“direct message” for those not familiar with twitology) asking me to…

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Alexander Jean’s Head High EP

I was interested in the group Alexander Jean’s new EP because of BC Jean’s involvement. I became a BC Jean fan after hearing her song “Just A Guy” on the radio in 2010. I’ve been following her career ever since. When I heard she teamed up with her fiancĂ© Mark Ballas to form Alexander Jean…

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Cyndi Lauper’s Detour

I am a huge Cyndi Lauper fan but I’m not a big fan of country music. When Cyndi announced she had a new album coming out I was excited but apprehensive because it was going to be country. Cyndi released a standards album, At Last, in 2003 and a blues album, Memphis Blues, in 2010…

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Donna De Lory’s Live From Kula Space

I first heard Donna De Lory sing when she was doing back up for Madonna on some of her early songs and tours. When Donna released her self titled album in 1992 I checked it out and I’ve been a fan every since. She started out as a pop artist and has gradually transformed into…

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Tiffany’s A Million Miles

In my gay opinion, the best thing about being a Tiffany fan is that you never know what you’re going to get when she releases a new album. She started out with pop on her self titled album, rocked out years later on The Color Of Silence, kicked up her heels on Dust Off And…

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Rupaul’s Butch Queen

Rupaul’s new album Butch Queen is song after song of thumping beats to grind your hips to and full of biting shade to fiercely snap your fingers to. It’s a wet dream for any gay house music fan or clubbing drag queen. Unfortunately, I am neither of those. I don’t think house music is really…

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