Holigay 2020

This year many of my favorite performers decided that less is more when it comes to musical gift giving, there were no holiday albums (closest was a four-track EP from Tori Amos) to be had, just singles. Not a lot of music but a fair share of divas; quality over quantity, I guess. Tori Amos‘…

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Floyd

A few months ago, one of the divas I follow, Kris Angelis, announced a virtual performance with other artists on the Road Nation’s Twitch station. I never heard of Road Nation before but they do free virtual indie-artist concerts every Tuesday and Thursday. Many are female artists which is a huge draw for me and…

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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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Gracie!’s Valentine & Party Favours

Early this year Kris Angelis released her EP “That Siren, Hope” on Bandcamp. I was excited to get the EP and have a website to discover indie artists. Thanks to the Coronavirus pandemic, I have time to explore Bandcamp more. After spending a few hours sifting through dozens of artists, I found a hidden gem. Gracie!’s…

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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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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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