Almost nothing in iconoclast Tori Amos's recording hinted at a holiday-themed album. Just before completion of Midwinter Graces, Amos spoke about her upcoming musical, double albums, and why looking good is about more than shopping at Barneys.
Out singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile discusses working with her childhood mentor, coming out publicly, and joining next year's Lilith Fair.
Nick Carter embraced his gay fans before it was trendy -- at 17, he posed for the cover of a gay teen mag, unheard of at the time. Now, with a new Backstreet album in stores, Nick is sober, happy, and, most important, back.
After a seven-year hiatus, Billie Myers is back with an all-new album. She talks to Advocate.com about what it means to be "gay enough," her new music, and why she doesn't want to be Anne Heche'd out of the gay community.
Ira Siff's alter ego Madame Vera Galupe-Broszkh may be an over-the-top tribute to the opera world, but it hasn't stopped legends including Leontyne Price and Joan Sutherland from embracing the show.
People may refer to her as the girl who was unceremoniously ousted from Destiny's Child, but with her outspoken thoughts on gay marriage and her pearls of wisdom for Chris Brown, LeToya proves this is her moment.