We were worried there for a second. Luckily, the gayest of the gay “Idol” runner ups announced an expansion to his summer tour, and “the gayest city in America” made the list. READ MORE »
Another varied week in musicdom brings ‘80s revival from Devo, mini-opus from Robyn, welcome return of Sarah McLachlan, jazzy pop of Lucy Woodward and Lilith Tour 2010. READ MORE »
This week’s new music has it all. Christina Aguilera and Erasure’s Andy Bell for dance, Jewel and Dierks Bentley for country interpretations, plus “Glee” and “Twilight Saga” soundtracks. READ MORE »
What’s better than a new album from Michelle Malone and a live June 19 show at Eddie's? For fans of the local lesbian legend, the only way to top it is to attend the show for free. READ MORE »
Since it’s a short workweek, the music industry’s release schedule is pretty light. Two notables are from North Carolinians, one with covers of classics, and one with superb originals. READ MORE »
Summer doesn’t officially begin until June, but Memorial Day is when the party begins. In honor of your beach trip, pool party, or whatever you’re doing, here are tracks to make a hot weekend even hotter. READ MORE »
Just in time to throw into the car with your swimsuit, new albums by Lady Gaga, Leela James, Marina & the Diamonds, Rihanna and Will Young, plus two soundtracks, “Sex & the City 2” and “True Blood.” READ MORE »
Jessi Lynn and Sarah Peacock brought their "Bikinis & Scarves" Tour to Atlanta for an acoustic performance earlier this month, one of the last stops before the duo splits to focus on their solo careers. READ MORE »
A triple header weekend proves how high the demand remains for DJ Vicki Powell, who throws down her own brand of musical magic at Aurum Thursday, Bellissima Friday, and Mixx on Saturday. READ MORE »
Winter’s been a bitch, but at least the season still gives gay Atlanta good dance music. Submitted, for your listening and dancing pleasure, are hot new tracks plus some still setting the charts on fire. READ MORE »
In a weeks-long battle to become the next mixmaster for Centaur Music’s “POPular” CD series, DJ Chris Griswold came out on top. To the victor and his fans go the spoils at two upcoming events. READ MORE »
Handsome London-based hot-shot DJ Wayne G. has been around since 1996, and his beats just keep getting hotter. “Remixxer – Wayne G.” shows off his artistic growth and fresh sounds. READ MORE »
A stint on “The L Word” made their song “Lick It” a lesbian anthem. But the duo God-Des & She were bucking conventions long before then, and they’re sure to keep it up for their return to Atlanta. READ MORE »
The Atlanta Gay Men's Chorus treated fans to its annual holiday concert series earlier this month with fare from across the globe during concerts in the regal Cathedral of St. Philip in Buckhead. READ MORE »
After two of the most memorable appearances on Sunday’s American Music Awards, Adam Lambert and Lady Gaga are among the biggest—and gayest—new releases this week. READ MORE »
Everyone and their brother is releasing an album between now and the end of the year, so get ready for a slew of new music. These two Nov. 10 releases will have you singing a different tune. READ MORE »
We love a good
diva and that's why we can't stop talking about Kim Zolciak from "The Real Housewives of Atlanta." The season ended Thursday, but it's like the gift that keeps giving. READ MORE »
The double-dose holiday weekend -- it's Black Gay Pride
and Labor Day -- demands a playlist of dance tracks made to put the bounce in your boogie through Monday and beyond. READ MORE »
Professional fraternity man by day and roving entertainment reporter by night, Buck Cooke moved to Atlanta in 2000. Armed with a passion for pop culture and rabid appetite for music, Buck scours the entertainment landscape for treasures in music, TV and cinema.
With a new album on the way, a new TV season, and a new beau, Colton Ford
bares all. But not in the way you might think.
More after the jump. READ MORE »
Bob Mould and Rich Morel want you to Blowoff the Fourth of July holiday with them.
The rock and electronic music powerhouses bring their successful Blowoff
dance party to Atlanta on Saturday, just in time for the Atlanta Bear Fest.
Mould and Morel enjoy a large following, bear or otherwise, but the event at Vinyl marks their first in Atlanta. They talked with Project Q Atlanta about how the party works and how this all got started.
More after the jump. READ MORE »