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Recently Out Rocker Trey Pearson Debuts First Solo Release

After a half dozen albums with his Christian rock group Everyday Sunday, Trey Pearson decided to switch gears and come out as gay. Today, he’s released his first pop...

Scissor Sisters’ Shears Steps out for a Solo Career

The former lead singer of Scissor Sisters, Jake Shears, has just released a video and single from his forthcoming album — the first of his solo career....

Crossdressing Latino Singer Chavela Profiled in New Biopic

You may never have heard of Chavela Vargas, but if you see this film you’re unlikely to ever forget her. Born in 1919, Chavela left Costa Rica as a teenager bound for Mexico...

Fans Are Pumped for a “Rebel Heart” DVD from Madonna

She is the best selling female rock artist of the 20th century, the only female act to be Billboard’s highest-grossing tour twice in just three years and the musician with the...

Tori Amos Goes Internal with “Native Invader”

Tori Amos Native Invader (Decca Records) On this, Tori Amos’ 15th studio album, the veteran presents more questions than answers. She explains herself thusly: “The songs on...

Eli Lieb Surfaces with a New Look and Single, “Shangri La”

Can you explain the message behind “Shangri La” and also your decision to film the video in such an intimate way? “Shangri La” is a song about doing something you...

Bronski Beat Member Larry Steinbachek Dies

Out-and-gay hitmakers were rare in the early ’80s. In America, that meant the cartoonish Village People and drag diva Sylvester. In Britian, there was the Clash-influenced...

Stevie Nicks with The Pretenders: Rock On, Gold Dust Women

December 1, 2016 Looking to make a shiny splurge for the holidays?...

Adam Lambert: There I Said It

As fans embrace his third studio album, The Original High, Adam Lambert speaks to Metrosource about the evolution of his style, the challenge of following in a rock legend’s...

An Interview with Musical Artist Derek Bishop

This spring, Derek Bishop released his second album, Bicycling in Quicksand....

Annie Lennox

Nostalgia (Blue Note) In the ‘80s — back when MTV actually played music videos — the riveting voice and androgynous look of Annie Lennox was a constant. But unlike more...