Kylie Minogue’s Disco

Gays come in different colors, shapes and sizes. However one common bond we Cher seems to be our love affair with divas. Every gay seems to have one (or in my case, an army) they will follow to the ends of the Earth. Kylie Minogue has reached gay icon status with rabid fans worshiping at…

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Cameron Hawthorn’s Mustang

In honor of the scariest month of the year, I thought I would make this post as scary as it gets, I would review a full-on country EP. Not only a full-on country EP but a full-on country EP by a male artist. Have I finally had a break with reality? Have I given up…

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Maria Mena’s They Never Leave Their Wives

I hope with an album title like They Never Leave Their Wives, you weren’t planning to listen while relaxing in the bath tub with candles lit and a glass of chardonnay, unless you were planing on throwing a toaster in with you. Staying on brand, Maria Mena’s new album is just as full of angst…

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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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Patty Smyth’s It’s About Time

I, like any fan of 80’s music, know Patty Smyth as the voice behind the classic hit ‘Warrior” by Scandal. However, in my gay opinion, she solidified her spot in Divadom in 1992 when she released her single “Sometimes Love Just Ain’t Enough” with Don Henley. Her self-titled album became an instant favorite of mine…

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Lindsay Ell

The thing I miss most during this whole Coronavirus thing is going to concerts and buying merch to get autographed afterward. The pandemic is allowing me time to find new divas though, last week I found Twinnie on Spotify. When I go to buy a new diva’s album (since streams don’t even earn them a…

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Twinnie’s Hollywood Gypsy

In my gay opinion, country music can be depressing with its tinny guitars and downer lyrics. Even Cyndi Lauper, who I worship, wasn’t able to convert me with her Detour album. However, there are some up-and-coming pop-country divas that can get my toes a tappin’, and Twinnie is one of them. Twinnie’s Hollywood Gypsy album…

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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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