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For the longest time, dance music was the domain of the gay community.
As more and more people get used to the idea that the U.S. might soon have its first female president, now is as good a time as any to acknowledge some of the women who have leadership roles in bands.
Those who count themselves as Rufus Wainwright fans know that we were going to lose him to opera sooner or later.
After more than a dozen years, Terri Binion returns with the gut-wrenching The Day After the Night Before, an album of loss and survival.
New-wave music and the acts associated with the genre have managed to hang tough over the years since the musical style reached its peak in the mid-1980s and was then revived beginning in the late 1990s.
The London Suede, returning with 'Night Music' (Rhino), its first new studio album in three years, has two unusual links to the LGBT community.
Queer Icelandic-transplant John Grant’s second album, Pale Green Ghosts, was one the best albums of 2013—if not the best.
Clunky technical difficulties aside (someone please fire that cameraman!), The Wiz Live! was a vast improvement over previous live-TV versions of The Sound of Music and Peter Pan.
When Janet Jackson says “Hello, it’s been a while...I’m glad you’re still here” on the title track to Unbreakable (Rhythm Nation/BMG), her first studio album in seven (!) years, she sounds like...