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The most senior of the seniors in this column, the late Leonard Cohen was the true definition of something (and someone) who got better with age.
It’s no exaggeration to say that you haven’t seen anything like Moonlight. Written and directed by Miami native Barry Jenkins, Moonlight is based on a short play by gay playwright and Miami native...
House on Fire (BFD/Red), the first full-length album by gay country music artist Ty Herndon since he came out publicly in November 2014, is a sizzling set of tunes that is bound to please his fans, both...
If you stick around in the music biz long enough, sometimes you return to the record label where you started.
Almost 30 years ago, as country music was gaining momentum and becoming the inexplicably popular style of music that it is today, three of the most gifted and influential women to ever have a voice in the genre...
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.