Kevin Author

Kevin Phinney is a journalist/broadcaster who has worked in print and online, in radio and television. He is the author of a book that examines black and white race relations seen through the prism of music, from 1619-present called “Souled American: How Black Music Transformed White Culture,” published by Billboard Books. He is also a former staff member of The Austin American-Statesman and The Hollywood Reporter. His work has appeared around the world in PREMIERE magazine and liner notes for Rhino Records and other labels. He is one of the former hosts of “Kevin & Kevin,” an award-winning morning drive radio program on KGSR-FM in Austin, Texas.

Four New Short-Form Operas Retell the Stonewall Uprising This Spring

Mini-operas inspired by the Stonewall Uprising will debut at the iconic venue next month. The operas were created by NYU theater alums to be performed as part of the annual New...

Love Or Hate? What’s Really Deep in the Heart of Texas?

Every year, I try to get back to Texas, and my New York friends never understand why. And so I explain again: my politics are strictly North Eastern liberal. But my manners,...

Sadie Comes Out as Trans on Sunday Night’s Episode of “Good Girls”

TV became a little more inclusive yesterday on the NBC series Good Girls. Last night, Sadie (Isaiah Stannard) told her mom Annie (Mae Whitman) that she is in fact a boy....

Did You Miss These? Our Top LGBT Stories of the Week

Metrosource wants to put you at the center of LGBTQ culture, with a wide array of features that cover topics that range from politics to entertainment, celebrity and personal...

Gay Shows: The Best Queer and LGBT Content on Here TV This Week

Gay programming isn’t always easy to find. So, just as other streaming services provide notifications about what’s available from them, we’re providing an update...

This Week’s Best LGBT Events in New York City

Looking for gay things to do in New York? Whether you’re looking for drag shows, parties talks & lectures, film screenings, theater, or art exhibits, Metrosource has got...

Details Emerge on Madonna’s New Album, “Madame X”

Madonna has dropped the first single from her upcoming album, Madame X. The album will follow on June 14 — precisely in the middle of Pride month. The track released today is...

New Documentary on “The Advocate” Magazine is Up for an Emmy Award

A documentary about The Advocate will compete next month for Outstanding Special Class Special at the Daytime Emmy Awards. The magazine has chronicled the LGBTQ struggle for...

Gay Candidate Buttigieg Makes it Official: David, Meet Goliath

Gay South Bend Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg officially entered the race for president yesterday. Already his campaign is looking more like a crusade than an Impossible Dream. And...

New York State Wants You to Know: Undetectable Means Untransmittable

The NY State Department of Heath wants locals and visitors to know the facts concerning HIV transmission. Today their message is that “Undetectable means...

Chelsea Manning: Patriot or Traitor in the Wikileaks Saga?

Chelsea Manning is back in the headlines following the arrest of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. She is also once again behind bars after declining to cooperate with...

“Pose” Returns for Season 2 June 9: AIDS and “Vogue” to Set the Scene

Pose returns to television June 9 for a second season. When it does, the focus will expand to include the AIDS crisis and the launch of Madonna’s “Vogue.” Few...