Girl In Red’s If I Could Make It Go Quiet

When I look for new music, it’s rare to discover a diva recording in a new style, but that’s what I discovered this weekend. My partner and I went on a road trip to New Hampshire for a Tiffany concert. My partner was driving, putting him in charge of music. It was 80’s New Wave…

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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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My Arch-Nemesis

Since the beginning of time there have been arch-nemesises. Cleopatra had Octavian. Superman fought Lex Luthor. Debbie Gibson and Tiffany battled for the Pop Princess throne. I, however, had survived all these decades peacefully until my nemesis moved in, not next door but under my deck. Meet the epitome of evil, at least in my…

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Tiffany’s Pieces Of Me Unplugged EP

I’m a huge fan of Tiffany and her 2018 album Pieces Of Me, so much so, that I went to see her tour to support the album twice last year. Tiffany always gives her all when she performs and puts on a great show. I was ecstatic about Pieces Of Me Unplugged but a little…

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Tiffany’s Pieces Of Me

At the end of last year when I saw Tiffany in concert at The Iridium in New York City, she mentioned working on new music. She compared the sound to her previous album The Color Of Silence, which in my gay opinion, is her best album to date. So to say that I was excited…

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TV DILFs For $100, Alex!

Back in May, in honor of Mother’s Day, I did a post about my mom who pretty much raised me solo. My father died when I was eleven, but before that, he wasn’t around much. He was on the road a lot driving tractor trailers (bringing home small trinkets from time to time), moving trucks…

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Tiffany’s A Million Miles

In my gay opinion, the best thing about being a Tiffany fan is that you never know what you’re going to get when she releases a new album. She started out with pop on her self titled album, rocked out years later on The Color Of Silence, kicked up her heels on Dust Off And…

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