Echosmith

If a musician or band has a self-titled album, it’s usually their first. Echosmith chose to break that rule on their newest self-titled album. Although it’s their third, it feels like a new beginning. Of course they still have their pop sound but this time it’s more mature and subdued, not so in your face…

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Tina Arena’s Love Saves

I was super excited about Tina Arena’s new album Love Save. More so than any of her previous albums, because with the release of this album (which had signed copies available), a world tour was announced. Anyone who read my post back in 2015 about her album Eleven, knows that seeing Tina in concert has…

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Morgan Reese’s Empress Of Mars

I first discovered Morgan Reese just over a year ago. Back when I was bummed out because some of my Memorial Day weekend plans got cancelled and Morgan Reese was tied to a record label that had her doing upbeat pop music. A lot can change in a year. Now I’m in a much happier…

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The Aces’ I’ve Loved You For So Long

This month’s Pride Party is continuing on with the release of The Aces new album, I’ve Loved You For So Long. I had certain expectations when I first listened. I was prepared for some fun pop, like their previous albums, but what The Aces delivered this time is something more alt-rock and mature. To be…

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Jenn Champion

In honor of Pride month, I decided to put my money where my mouth is…isn’t that kind of gross, haven’t I learned anything from COVID…by backing the new-to-me diva, Jenn Champion’s Kickstarter campaign to get her next album (The Last Night Of Sadness) made. Jenn is the self-proclaimed “gayer of the gays” so you don’t…

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Juliette Lewis The Singer…Who Knew?

How is it that Juliette Lewis released her album Future Deep in 2016 and I’m only finding out about it now? Juliette Lewis is a singer, what? Even worse, Facebook had to be the one to tell me. I don’t post anything on Facebook or follow any friends or family, I only use it to…

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Sophie B Hawkins’ Free Myself

Over the past few years I’ve been lucky enough to see Sophie B Hawkins in concert a bunch of times. She has been promising a new album and teasing a few of the new songs. Finally her new album, Free Myself, has dropped and it’s totally been worth the wait. Finally I get to hear…

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My Third Annual Divas Playlist

Welcome to my Top 40 of 2022! These are my favorite songs, off the best albums and EPs of the year, at least in my gay opinion. This year was full of new-to-me divas. Kickstarter kicked off 2022 with an Another Nguyen campaign and wound down the year with one by Heather Mae. While Spotify…

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Holigay 2022

Every year I eagerly anticipate which divas are going to give in to the holiday spirit and grace us with their unique take on a traditional style of song. This year Santa’s sack is well-endowed with many dashing diva delights. A terrific twosome of singles, a dynamic duo of EPs and a perfect pair of…

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