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According to Peter Griffin on Fox’s Family Guy, “1985 gave us the gayest music video of all time.” He’s talking about, of course, David Bowie & Mick Jagger’s Dancing in the Street. We don’t disagree.
Songs can be considered ‘gay’ or ‘lesbian’ for a few reasons. They may be about gay people, they may be huge hits in the gay community, or they may have a gay subtext. But when it comes to Gay Pride, Somewhere Over the Rainbow or Relax just doesn’t work. So, we went searching for songs [...]
What makes Madonna and her music so good, yet hated by so many? Why is it that the consistent reaction, bordering on the vitriolic, whether proof of a more refined singer can be found or not, of the masses against her (marking not only their outright envy but also their ignorance of the meaning of [...]
Rising star Peter Cincotti’s new album, Metropolis, is out! CNN says of him: “Cincotti may be the best-looking newbie in the nursery because he’s writing music, not just reviving old tunes.” Go to his site for more information, like his page on Facebook, and download the album now on iTunes!
Grammy-winner Donna Summer, the “Disco Queen,” has died at 63. She has two songs on the Top Gay Songs list, “I Feel Love” and “No More Tears” with Barbara Streisand. Though Ms. Summer wasn’t gay herself, she was certainly an icon in the community.
In the December 1994 issue of Details magazine, Madonna was interviewed about her sixth album, Bedtime Stories. In it she mentions an author she had been reading at the time, Jeanette Winterson, quoting a line from her novel Written on the Body, but she mistakenly states that it is from Winterson’s earlier novel, The Passion. [...]
The album’s overarching theme is the intensity of love and the complexity of relationships; the beauty and the sorrow of love and losing it…
When Madonna released Confessions on a Dance Floor in 2005, it had a track titled “Forbidden Love.” In 1994, Bedtime Stories also had a track called “Forbidden Love.”
I distinctly remember discovering my homosexuality in the summer of 1989, shortly after I had turned 12. Concomitantly, I discovered Madonna’s music, and the first song to pique my interest was her latest single, “Express Yourself.” Queer that I am, it immediately spoke to me, and remains my personal favorite, as well as the video, primarily because [...]
For an entertainer as popular and gay as Elton John, his music doesn’t necessarily reflect it to the degree that we’d think. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, but at some point in his catalog of hits you’d see something over the top flamboyant like his 1970s stage costumes. Only one of his songs appears [...]