The Rodeo Life – Robin Cagle

August 23, 2012

Robin Cagle of Fort Worth, Texas, says she’s “46 years old and proud of it.” She grew up on 20 acres in Louisiana, the youngest of four siblings in a horse-riding family. […]

The Rodeo Life – Kelly Peebles

August 23, 2012

Kelly Peebles, 45, is one of the people who participate in the Gay Rodeo circuit without a horse. He competes in chute dogging, calf roping on foot, wild drag, goat dressing and steer decorating. […]

Musicality

August 23, 2012

It should be no surprise to anyone that Lauper has long been a supporter of equality and gay rights. After a Grammy Award and numerous hits over the years, she is entering a whole different realm of her music career. […]

Musicality

July 27, 2012

This album is amazing. There are 14 tracks, so I assumed that it would slow down at some point into something lackluster. But that never happened. […]

Musicality

June 21, 2012

You found it. You were looking for something different, and it’s right here. That’s what I told myself when I listened to this spectacular CD for the first time. The Scissor Sisters’ fourth album has electricity surging through its tracks. […]

Musicality

May 24, 2012

Two words: shock and awe. It is unbelievable to me that it took the eighth album release from the Kinsey Sicks for me to finally have a thorough introduction to them. […]

The Many Wigs of Daisy Bucket

May 24, 2012

Spencer Brown does his one-woman show, “Balls of Brass,” at Hamburger Mary’s. Meanwhile, he tours with The Kinsey Sicks, which has a new CD. Then there’s the $30,000 his team raised for AIDS Walk.
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Musicality

May 4, 2012

For those who missed the recent Tom Goss performance at the Record Bar, don’t be too sad — this wasn’t a particularly good show for Goss. He played well, but the Record Bar was a terrible venue for his style of music […]

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