Rufus Wainwright, the most quotable pop star in the world, follows his infamous Judy Garland concert with a performance at Carnegie Hall
Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles member Andrew Bender says singing Cyndi Lauper's "True Colors" with 200-plus people for the It Gets Better campaign is a moment he will never forget.
If anything has been constant throughout Liza Minnelli’s life, it’s been her connection to gay fans—or so it seemed until Minnelli sat down with Michael Joseph Gross to talk about her latest album, Confessions.
It’s no lie: With her in-your-face album, Honest Words, musician Megan McCormick launches a promising career without the typical ambiguity about her sexual orientation.
As she prepares to release her second mainstream album, Teenage Dream, and marry British comedian Russell Brand this fall, Katy Perry promises she’s not changing her tune.
On her new album, Mary Gauthier channels the restlessness and heartache of being given up for adoption at birth.
Record a sizzling new album, write a stage musical adaptation of Tales of the City, party hard, exercise harder—it’s all in a night’s work for Scissor Sisters’ Jake Shears.
Angelo Garcia is looking to shed the "other gay member of Menudo" label with the release of his new pop album. He just wants to make sure the media knows he's not riding Ricky Martin's coattails.
The singer comes clean about her struggle with sobriety, the bisexual '70s, and the personal reason she’s an advocate for gay marriage.
A week after his American Idol performance, Perez Hilton’s latest protégé sounds off on Justin Timberlake comparisons, his Glee connection, and closeted boy banders.
Hit-maker Sia talks about her new album's journey, making videos that hide her face, and gender identity.
The all-straight genre-shattering band takes on the struggle for LGBT equality with its new single, “Gay Vatos in Love.”
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