Tiffany Haddish’s I Curse You With Joy

The only thing that could make my trip to New York City for the Whoopi Goldberg book signing better was doubling my divas and swinging by Tiffany Haddish’s signing of her new book “I Curse You With Joy” at the Barnes & Noble Union Square afterwards. Tiffany was in coversation with Charlamagne Tha God (Who’s…

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Bonner Black’s Hopeless RomANTICS

Last month I discovered new-to-me diva Bonner Black when she opened for The Unlady Like Tour show at the club Heaven Can Wait in New York City. It was a showcase of four female singer/songwriters, put together by one of my favorites, Twinnie. I liked Bonner’s sound because it was country with a little pop,…

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Madi Diaz’s Weird Faith

I was excited about Madi Diaz’s new album dropping last week, however, I became even more excited when I scored a ticket to her album release event at Rough Trade in Rockefeller Center in New York City before it sold out. The ticket was for a performance and signed CD or vinyl copy of Weird…

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Dave’s Diva Days 2024

Welcome to Dave’s Diva Days 2024 from New York City! 1 city, 3 venues, 4 days and 8 incredible divas. Night 1 Sunday January 28th: Donna De Lory and Niki Haris at The Green Room 42 (42nd St and 10th Ave), which is a small cabaret style venue located on the fourth floor of the…

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Cody Rigsby’s XOXO, Cody and Photo-Op

In my gay opinion, the best indie book store in Connecticut is RJ Julia Booksellers in Madison. Wanting to support my fav bookstore and a gay author, I bought my $28.71 ticket for their Cody Rigsby photo-op event that came with a signed copy of his autobiography, “XOXO, Cody.” You know I love my autographed…

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Melissa Etheridge’s Talking To My Angels

1993 was a monumental year. At the time, I was working at a local electronics store in their music and movie department. Musically, Melissa Etheridge released her iconic, queer-anthem album, Yes I Am, and personally I was coming to terms with my own queerness with the help from a few angels of my own. Melissa…

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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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