Be Steadwell

Black Lives Matter. Period. How to write a post about a cause I believe in and find a way to help? But without making it all about me, when I make everything about me, since it’s my gay opinion. The answer is through relatable music. This Friday, June 19th the website I use to discover…

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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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Carly Rae Jepsen’s Dedicated Side B

What better way to wake up on a day off than to find Carly Rae Jepsen dropped a surprise album, a Side B to her 2019 album Dedicated. She’s no stranger to bringing her unreleased tracks to light as B Sides, she did the same with her 2016 Side B album to her Emotion album…

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Lucky Soul’s Hard Lines

One of the hardest things I’ve had to give up during the Coronavirus pandemic is diva stalking. Without book signings or post concert meet and greets, what’s a stalker to do? I’m forced to troll the interwebs to get my autograph fix any way possible. Last year I ordered autographed copies of Shakespears Sister’s Ride…

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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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Vanessa Carlton’s Love Is An Art

In the past, Vanessa Carlton had a very distinct sound with strong vocals over pop piano playing but on her new album, Love Is An Art, Vanessa has matured. New songs like “Future Plan,” “Back To Life” and “The Only Way To Love” could have been on any of her previous albums but with a…

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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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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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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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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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