It’s Raining Men & Martha At Feinstein’s
by Chris Narloch
Thirty years after proclaiming “It’s Raining Men,” music legend Martha Wash will make her debut at Feinstein’s at the Nikko in San Francisco for two performances only, on Thursday, Oct. 23 and Friday, Oct. 24.
Wash began her public singing career at the age of three in the church her parents attended in San Francisco. Years later, she would rise to fame in her native City by the Bay as half of “Two Tons O’ Fun,” the backup duo behind the late, great gay disco superstar Sylvester.
Double Duchess Release Free Remixes of Their Trippy Electro-hop Duet, “Good Girl Freak Out”
This weekend (Oct. 17 - 19), the queer electro-hop duo Double Duchess will release remixes of their Future-Twerk dance smash, Good Girl Freak Out, to fans free of charge. The complimentary package features brand new club tracks by three of today’s leading underground producers. Good Girl Freak (feat Future People): The Remixes is available for free download now on Soundcloud at soundcloud.com/doubleduchess.
Good Girl Freak (feat Future People): The Remixes leads with the Normaling Remix, a collaboration of two Baltimore area DJ/producers, Lemz and Rar Kelly. The pair produced “Loosie”, a track from Double Duchess’ Nocturnal EP.
Celebrate the End of an Era at the Crest with “Singin’ In The Rain”
by Chris Narloch
If you attended the Sacramento International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival last weekend, then you know what a jewel we have in the Crest Theatre and what a pleasure it is to watch a movie on its big screen.
You can keep that glow going this coming weekend with a farewell film hosted by the current theater management, CSLM Incorporated, operators of the Crest for the past 28 years.
Lee Ann Womack set to sing in Grass Valley
by Chris Narloch
If you were lucky enough to catch the most recent episode of “CMT Crossroads” – the terrific television show that pairs country hit-makers with pop and rock performers – you witnessed what amounted to a master class in singing from Lee Ann Womack and John Legend.
Despite what you see and hear on singing shows such as “The Voice” and “American Idol,” great singing is actually about phrasing not belting, and Womack and Legend are famous for their phrasing.
Robert Patrick: One of nation’s oldest gay playwrights on being part of theater history
By Henrik Eger, Philadelphia Gay News Contributor
Robert Patrick is the author of “Kennedy’s Children” and “The Haunted Host,” one of America’s oldest gay plays, now celebrating its 50th anniversary.
He was also one of the leading lights of the Off-Off Broadway, fringe and gay-theatre movements in the United States. When he was younger, he made the mistake of selling his copyrights and now, at age 76, he survives in Los Angeles by writing porn reviews, even though he is still very creative and supportive of gay theatre arts.
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