Tag Archives: gay artists

Special Swag Saturday

Courtesy of Penetration Inc, today we have a special Saturday swag giveaway – the new album from openly gay rock legend Bob Mould, Life And Times, which is now available nationwide. 30 years since the formation of Husker Du and 20 years since their explosive demise and the subsequent release of his first lauded solo effort Workbook – called a ...

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Adam Lambert – Born To Be Wild

I’m not sure what kind of musical advice Quentin Tarantino was supposed to be giving on movie theme night, but tonight was surely the oddest of Idol’s guest coach moments. At this point, one must pity the other contestants, none of whom are outright terrible, for they are truly on a different show than Adam Lambert.

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Swag Tuesday

Courtesy of Astralwerks Records, today’s Swag Tuesday prize is Yes, the tenth studio album from Pet Shop Boys. Yes goes on sale nationwide on April 21st. One of the most iconic and influential pop acts in the world, Pet Shop Boys return with their tenth album and first for Astralwerks on April 21, 2009. In a career spanning over 2 ...

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Tomorrow: Blowoff NYC @ Highline

Blowoff returns to Manhattan tomorrow night at the Highline Ballroom where Mack Daddy DJs Bob Mould and Rich Morel will spin the beer-soaked bears into a sweaty pile of fur. Doors open 11:30pm, advance tickets here. RELATED: Bob Mould’s excellent new album Life And Times was released this week. Check out Bob’s artist page on Facebook for updates, reviews, and ...

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Rescue Shelter Boys?

PETA has asked Pet Shop Boys to change their name to Rescue Shelter Boys. You have many loyal fans of the Pet Shop Boys [JMG:*] here at PETA. We have a request that may at first seem bizarre, but we hope that after considering the following facts, you will understand why we are asking this of you: will you please ...

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LA: Matt Alber In Concert April 19th

JMG readers favorite Matt Alber will perform at Los Angeles’ Hotel Cafe on April 19th.

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Adam Lambert – Mad World

Last night the contestants performed songs from the year of their birth – meaning everything sounded really recent to me. The show ran long and last-to-perform Adam Lambert was only allowed one judge review – a standing ovation from Simon Cowell.

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Adam Lambert – Play That Funky Music

Another killer performance from our boy Adam Lambert. There’s still eight weeks left in the competition, but at this point it seems the show is his to lose.

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Jay Brannan – Can’t Have It All

Here’s the latest from gay singer/songwriter Jay Brannan. Really, really sweet. You might also want to check out Housewife, Brannan’s fantastic single from last summer. (Via – Towleroad)

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Ivri Lider – I Kissed A Girl

Israel’s top openly gay pop star Ivri Lider covers Kate Perry. (Via JMG reader Sheepy)

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Live Stream: New Pet Shop Boys CD

The new Pet Shop Boys album Yes comes out in the U.S. on April 21st, but you can listen to the entire thing here with this handy widget.

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Adam Lambert – Tracks Of My Tears

Our boy Adam Lambert finally won over even Simon Cowell tonight, who called Lambert’s Tracks Of My Tears “the best performance of the night.” And a standing ovation from the song’s writer, Smokey Robinson, sure doesn’t hurt. Ridiculously amazing. UPDATE: The highly accurate Dial Idol site shows Adam in first place.

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Adam Lambert – Ring Of Fire

Openly gay American Idol contestant Adam Lambert killed tonight with his strangely affecting gothy take on Johnny Cash’s classic, Ring Of Fire. The judges didn’t really know what to make of it, but tonight finally got me liking him. The bottom clip is where I suspect Lambert got his arrangement.

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Matt Alber – End Of The World

Here’s the gorgeous new video from openly gay singer Matt Alber, who was once a member of the critically raved and Grammy-winning male vocal ensemble Chanticleer. I played this several times for friends over the weekend and we couldn’t decide if Alber sounds more like Ben Folds or Rufus Wainwright, but we all agreed we’d kinda fallen in love with ...

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