Taylor Alxndr’s 1993

1993, what a year! I was ordering Cyndi Lauper’s Hat Full Of Stars and Belinda Carlisle’s Real CDs to fulfill my Columbia House membership. I was running to the theater and falling more in love with Tina Turner because of Angela Bassett’s portrayal of her in What’s Love Got To Do With It. And I…

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Litany

In my gay opinion, music can be like a time machine. Olivia Newton-John’s “Hopelessly Devoted To You” flashes me back to creating musical productions of Grease in my basement with neighborhood friends (you already know who Sandy was), “Holiday” by Madonna was playing both when I got my first kiss and got into my first…

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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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Dignity 101: No Mo Ho

A few weeks ago while on vacation in Washington DC, I was on a booze cruise where a song got stuck in my head but not in a good way. The rapper sang about making “these bitches scream” and how they could “get a taste” of him. Bitches…I mean Ladies, where’s your self respect? If some Prick…I…

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Top 5 Black Entertainers

In honor of Black History Month I thought I would celebrate by posting, in my gay opinion, my list of the Top 5 Black Entertainers: 5: Fefe Dobson – She’s the youngest person on my list at 30 but I think she’s talented beyond her years. Her musical style of R&B and rock is addicting…

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Marina & The Diamonds Froot

I first discovered Marina & The Diamonds when she opened for Katy Perry during Katy’s California Dreams Tour. Whenever I go to a concert and there’s an opener I don’t know, I like to check out their music beforehand. I had yet to like an unknown opener until Marina and haven’t liked one since. Her…

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