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Carrie Underwood: Singer and LGBTQ Ally


January 2016


Carrie Underwood surprised fans when she dropped by a Christian conference in Atlanta for an impromptu performance with singer David Crowder.  But not everyone was thrilled by the country superstar’s appearance at the 2017 Passion Conference, which continued at the Georgia Dome through Wednesday. Officials from the American Family Association argued that the performance “spoiled” the conference’s message, given that Underwood has been a staunch advocate for marriage equality and other LGBTQ issues throughout her career.

On an installment of the American Family Association’s “Today’s Issues” radio program, the organization’s president didn’t hold back in his disapproval, blasting Underwood, as well as Passion Conference organizer Louie Giglio, Right Wing Watch first reported.  “The problem is that Carrie Underwood is openly embracing of homosexual marriage and the homosexual lifestyle,” Tim Wildmon said on the show, a clip of which can be found below. He then argued that Giglio “lacks discernment on something as important as sexual morality in this day and age by inviting somebody who embraces [the LGBTQ community] to sing to 55,000 young people is stunning to me, quite frankly.”



"Family" Group Blasts Underwood for Supporting LGBTQ People


LGBT Song List

Some Other Summer by Roxette

Secrets by Mary Lambert

Don't Wait by Joey Graceffo

She Keeps Me Warm by Mary Lambert

The Edge of Glory by Lady Gaga

Honey I'm Good by Andy Grammer

Macklemore, Madonna, and Wedding Ceremony at Grammys

People Like Us by Kelly Clarkson

Official Coming Out Song by Ally Hills

It Gets Better by Broadway Stars
Modern Love by Matt Nathanson

Same Love by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

You Belong With Me (Gay Version) by Taylor Swift

Nothing Taboo: Love Song for the Outcast

Born This Way by Lady Gaga

Girl in the Kinks Shirt by Matt Nathanson

Like Me by Chely Wright

Aftermath by Adam Lambert

True Colors by LA Gay Men's Chorus


LGBT Couples Married at Grammy Awards


January 2014


At 2014 Grammy Awards Event: Macklemore, Ryan Lewis, Mary Lambert, Queen Latifah, and Madonna On Stage Singing While 33 LGBT Couples Get Married


The most heartfelt performance at the 56th Annual Grammys was no doubt Macklemore and Ryan Lewis' performance of the "Same Love" anthem, featuring Mary Lambert and Trombone Shorty. Macklemore started off the mash up singing "Same Love" in a bolo tie and tux under a cathedral altar. Ryan Lewis, Mary Lambert and Trombone Shorty help him out with the rap ballad track. Midway through the song is where it gets good! The track pauses when Queen Latifah enters the altar and ordains a mixture of 33 same sex, transgender and heterosexual marriages right there in the audience. Queen Latifah announces to the brides and grooms, "We are gathered here to celebrate love and harmony... please exchange the power vested in me by the state of California I now pronounce you a married couple!"  In the stage turned-church aisles the couples put on the rings and recite their vows. Then in an awe-worthy moment, Madonna appears in all white and sings, "Open your hear to me, baby, I'll hold the lock and you'll hold the key..."  The rest of the gang along with a gospel choir join her to mash up "Same Love" with "Open Your Heart" as the couples walk down the theater aisles to complete their ceremony. How incredible would it be to be one of those lucky 33 couples?




YouTube: Macklemore, Madonna, Queen Latifah, Same Sex Wedding at Grammy Awards

YouTube: Same Love/Open Your Heart Performance & Wedding Ceremony

Entertainment Weekly: Macklemore, Madonna & 33 Weddings at Grammy Awards

Hollywood Reporter: Macklemore & Madonna Perform as 33 Couples Get Married

Billboard: Macklemore & Madonna Sing as 33 Couples Wed Live at Grammys

Daily News: Queen Latifah Officiates Wedding at Grammy Awards


LGBT Musicians and Music With LGBT Themes


She Keeps Me Warm by Mary Lambert

Marching On by One Republic

Let’s Have a Kiki from Glee

We Are Golden by Mika

Dreams by Brandi Carlile

I Just Want to Be OK by Ingrid Michaelson
You're a Firework by Katy Perry

Dare to Love by Sean Chapin
Have You Ever by Brandi Caslile

I Am What I Am by Karen Mulder
Never Love You Enough by Chely Wright

Somedays by Audra McDonald
When She Loved Me by Sarah McLachlan
Philadelphia by Tori Amos
Imagine by Lady Gaga at HRC National Dinner
Different Kind of Love Song
It's a Beautiful Day by Freddie Mercury & Queen

Born This Way by Lady Gaga on SNL


LGBT Music News


Pride Radio

Same Sex Wedding at Grammy Awards

Jennifer Knapp: Lesbian Christian Musician

Miley Cyrus & Her Gay Fans

Billboard: Great Gay Moments in Music

Teacher Plays Gay Song for Her Students

Best Gay Pride Anthems


Out in Church: Lesbian Christian Songwriter


November 2013


Jennifer Knapp spoke recently at Birmingham's Southside Baptist Church.  She was interviewed by Bri Bruce of Birmingham Weld Magazine. The entire interview is worth reading. "I never really planned on growing up and being a rock star," Jennifer explains. "I just started writing about my faith experience in music.  I was just writing as an expression of what I was going through at the time, and God ended up taking me from one church to another. I was paying my way through school, and before I knew it, I had a record deal and was hanging in and out of Nashville."



She continues: "20 years later I came out as a lesbian. That creates all kinds of controversy. Now I’m finding this second career as an advocate for LGBT faith issues. In Birmingham, I’m doing an Inside Out Faith event, which is me talking about my own story, my experience, what’s it like to actually be gay in the church, to actually have that coming out process. In a lot of church environments, particularly in the South, it’s not a side of the story most folks have heard much about. I think there’s an assumption that gay is something that happens to you when you lose your faith, when there’s something wrong with your faith. Really most people rely on their faith to get through the social difficulties of that."


"Churches wanted to show their support when I came out. So did people who had grown up listening to my music. It was really beautiful, all these people asking me to come play. I didn’t know if I was capable of walking into a room and having someone yell out, “Turn or burn,” but yet here are these churches were calling me. I started to realize that this was really important. These churches were asking me to tell me story. They were trying to say, “Not everybody’s like that.” There are communities that have been and will continue to invite everybody they possibly can into having whatever kind of faith experience they can."  Jennifer Knapp, a Grammy-nominated musician whose records have sold more than a million copies, once rocked the contemporary Christian music billboards. In 2010, she rocked the industry when she came out. Since then, she has released a mainstream music album and is touring the country with her Inside Out Faith series, advocating for LGBTQ issues in faith communities.


After walking away from stardom as a Christian singer-songwriter in 2002, Jennifer Knapp never expected to return to a musical career -- and certainly not as a Christian artist. And when she later came out as a lesbian, that prospect seemed especially remote. "When I put my guitar in the case and said this is my last concert, I really didn't think I had anything to contribute to the religious conversation at all in music," recalled the folk-rock artist, whose five Christian albums sold more than 1.5 million copies between 1994 and 2001 and earned her a Grammy nomination and Dove Award.  So the 38-year-old Kansas native is as shocked as anyone with her newfound role -- as a gay Christian artist urging fellow Christians to affirm homosexuals. And she finds herself singing and making her case in the most unlikely venues -- churches.




Birmingham Weld Magazine: Out in the Church

Jennifer Knapp: Gay Christian & Unlikely Hero

Christianity Today: Jennifer Knapp Comes Out

Jennifer Knapp Home Page

YouTube: Jennifer Knapp on Larry King Show


Brandi Carlile Gets Married


September 2012


Gay singer/songwriter Brandi Carlile and her longtime girlfriend Catherine Shepherd were married on September 15 in a ceremony that was legally recognized. In awe that her dream of a legitimate wedding is actually happening, the singer hopes to set an example for other gay girls.  "It was a crazy feeling while I was filling out the paperwork because I felt like I was breaking a law, like somebody was going to come in and say, 'You know you can't have this!' It was so exciting... we have a marriage license in Massachusetts," Brandi Carlile said.  Brandi and Catherine got married first in Boston and later threw a party in Brandi's hometown of Seattle.  They also plan to celebrate in Catherine's hometown of London next year!



"It was truly one of our best days, completely awkward and human and beautiful," Brandi said. "I'm married to my best friend and nothing has ever brought me more joy than that."  Giving thanks for those who have worked so hard to make gay marriage a reality, at least in some states, Brandi Carlile said, "It's so surprising, and so hard fought... I wouldn't have been able to picture myself married or successful or pursuing my dreams if there hadn't been other people that had done it before me, like role models, and that's why talking about it is so important."




She Knows Entertainment: Brandi Carlile Marries Girlfriend
She Wired: Check Out Brandi's Wedding Photo
Huff Post: Brandi Hopes to Inspire with Same Sex Wedding
CBS News: Brandi Taking a Stand by Getting Married
Associated Press: Brandi Carlile's Special Day


Music Video Promoting Marriage Equality


August 2012


The San Francisco folk rocker, Matt Nathanson,  released his music video of "Modern Love" to promote marriage equality. Matt Nathanson, the folk rock singer-songwriter who went platinum with his song "Come On Get Higher" is back with "Modern Love," a new video supporting marriage equality that has already had nearly 200,000 views in just a week. "People deserve to be free to love who they choose, without prejudice," says Nathanson, who toured with Kelly Clarkson earlier this year. "The right to marry is an extension of this love. Until the time comes when this is no longer an issue in our culture, modern love will never be enough."




Matt Nathanson Marriage Equality Video: Modern Love

Matt Nathanson Website


Gay Marriage Music Videos


Same Love: Music for Marriage Equality

Rapper MacklemoreTalks About Gay Marriage

Interview with Rapper Macklemore on Gay Marriage

Marriage Equality Song
Marry Me, Girl
Marry Me Boy
My Beloved Wife

I Have a Right


Chely Wright: Lesbian Country Music Singer

August 2011


Chely Wright is an American country music artist and gay rights activist and is the first country music star to come out as openly gay.  On the strength of her debut album in 1994, the Academy of Country Music (ACM) named her Top New Female Vocalist in 1995. Wright's first Top 40 country hit came in 1997 with "Shut Up and Drive". Two years later, her fourth album yielded her first number one single, the title track, "Single White Female". Overall, Wright has released seven studio albums on various labels, and has charted more than fifteen singles on the country charts. As of May 2010, Wright's previous eight albums had sold over 1,000,000 copies in the United States. 



In May 2010, Wright became the first major country music performer to publicly come out as gay. In television appearances and an autobiography, she cited among her reasons for publicizing her homosexuality a concern with bullying and hate crimes toward gays, particularly gay teenagers, and the damage to her life caused by "lying and hiding".  As a songwriter she has written songs that have been recorded by Brad Paisley, Richard Marx, Indigo Girls, Mindy Smith and Clay Walker, among them Walker's top ten hit, "I Can't Sleep" that won her a BMI award. On May 4, 2010, Wright released both her memoir of being a closeted lesbian, Like Me, and her first album of new songs since 2005, Lifted Off the Ground.


In 2010, Chely Wright published a book entitled, Like Me: Confessions of a Heartland Country Singer, in which she candidly discusses being a lesbian.  On August 20, 2011, Chely Wright married her partner Lauren Blitzer in a private ceremony on a country estate in Connecticut. Wright and Blitzer were married by both a rabbi and a reverend.  A documentary film, entitled Wish Me Away, about Wright's extended coming out, was released in 2011.




Chely Wright / It Was
Chely Wright / Never Love You Enough
Chely Wright / Single White Female
Chely Wright / Like Me

Chely Wright: Wikipedia

Chely Wright's Emotional Coming Out on Ellen Show
Chely Wright Home Page
Chely Wright on FaceBook

Music Mix: Chely Wright's Decision to Come Out

People: Chely Wright is Married

CBS News: Rejected by Nashville


Queerest Songs of the Year


December 2011


According to Noah Michaelson of the Huffington Post, here are the queerest songs of 2011:


Jessie J - Price Tag

Patrick Wolf - The City

Lady Gaga - Born This Way

The Young Professionals - D.I.S.C.O

Austra -  Lose It

REM -  Oh My Heart

RuPaul -  Glamazon

Garçon Garçon -  Stay In Touch

Beth Ditto -  I Wrote The Book

Hercules & Love Affair -  My House

Ssion -  Psy-Chic

Cazwell And Peaches -  Unzip Me

Jessica 6 -  White Horse

Adam Lambert -  Outlaws Of Love

Melissa Ferrick -  Still Right Here

Will Young -  Jealousy

Ricky Martin -  The Best Thing About Me Is You

Vanessa Carlton -  Carousel

Woodpigeon -  For Paolo

Holcombe Waller -  Hardliners

Bright Light Bright Light -  Disco Moment



Out Music Awards

November 20, 2010

Cyndi Lauper, Melissa Etheridge and Chely Wright were among the artists honored during the 20th annual LGBT Academy of Recording Arts' (LARA) 2010 OUTMUSIC Awards.  The annual show is held each year in the heart of Times Square at Town Hall NYC on December 1, also World AIDS Day.



Singer and gay ally Cyndi Lauper received the OUTMUSIC Icon Award, openly lesbian rocker Etheridge received the Lifetime Achievement Award, and country music star Wright, who came out gay in 2010, will be honored with the Vanguard Award, which will be presented by country singer-actress Dolly Parton via video. The event was hosted by comedians Julie Goldman and Jonny McGovern (the Gay Pimp), stars of Logo's The Big Gay Sketch Show. Comedian Tammy Peay, known as Ms Peay, co-hosted the event. And Broadway legend Carol Channing and musical great Melba Moore put in special appearances. The OUTMUSIC Awards celebrates, honors and documents the contributions of openly gay recording artists and performers.


On Top: Out Music Awards to Honor Lauper, Etheridge, Wright
Out Music: Alliance of LGBT Recording Artists & Performers
Out Music Awards



Gay Themes: Musicians and Songs

Chely Wright

Lady Gaga
Holly Near
Ani DiFranco
Rufus Wainwright

Dar Williams
KD Lang
Melissa Etheridge

Elton John
Indigo Girls
Brandi Carlile
Boy George
Janis Ian
Sarah McLachlan
Shawn Colvin
Catie Curtis


LGBT Music Videos

Here is a collection of songs and music videos by LGBT artists or LGBT allies...  Songs and music videos with LGBT themes...  Songs and music videos that LGBT people might appreciate and enjoy...


Mary Lambert / Secrets

Mary Lambert / She Keeps Me Warm

Mary Lambert / She Keeps Me Warm with Lyrics


Kelly Clarkson / People Like Us

Kelly Clarkson / What Doesn’t Kill You Makes You Stronger

Lady Gaga / Born This Way

Katy Perry / Firework

Taylor Swift / You Belong With Me

Taylor Swift / Sparks Fly


Brandi Carlile / Dreams
Brandi Carlile / Turpentine

Brandi Carlile / The Story
Brandi Carlile / Have You Ever

Chely Wright / It Was
Chely Wright / Never Love You Enough
Chely Wright / Single White Female
Chely Wright / Like Me


Mika / We Are Golden

Mika / Love Today

Mika / Lollipop

Mika / Celebrate

Mika / Make You Happy


Rufus Wainwright / I'm Going to a Town

Rufus Wainwright / Rules and Regulations
Rufus Wainwright / The One You Love

Indigo Girls / Galileo
Indigo Girls / Least Complicated
Indigo Girls / Closer to Fine

Elton John / Your Song
Elton John / Goodbye Yellowbrick Road
Elton John / Goodbye England's Rose (Tribute to Princess Diana)



Melissa Etheridge / Come to My Window

Melissa Etheridge / I Need to Wake Up (From "An Inconvenient Truth" Soundtrack)

Melissa Etheridge / Streets of Philadelphia

Freddie Mercury & Queen / We Are the Champions
Freddie Mercury & Queen / Love of My Life
Freddie Mercury & Queen / Great Pretender
Freddie Mercury & Queen / We Will Rock You, We Are the Champions

Tribute to Freddie Mercury: Robert Plant & Queen
Tribute to Freddie Mercury: Lisa Stanfield & Queen
Tribute to Freddie Mercury: Davie Bowie, Annie Lennox & Queen
Tribute to Freddie Mercury: Elton John, Axl Rose & Queen

Tribute to Freddie Mercury: Roger Daltry & Queen
Tribute to Freddie Mercury: Paul Young & Queen
Tribute to Freddie Mercury: George Michael & Queen
Tribute to Freddie Mercury: Liza Minelli & Queen
Tribute to Freddie Mercury: George Michael, Lisa Stanfield & Queen
Tribute to Freddie Mercury: Elton John & Queen


Essential Dance Songs to Celebrate Gay Pride

Perhaps no other popular art form is more closely identified with gay culture than disco and dance music. Gay men in particular adopted the intense, loud, throbbing 4/4 beat of dance music that predominated at the bars and discos that were among the few places where they could openly express their sexual identities. As the musical backdrop for generations of gay men who came of age and discovered an entirely new gay world in such venues, dance music became inextricably connected with the gay experience.  Here is a sampling of the most popular dance and disco songs associated with gay pride.


Sister Sledge - We Are Family
MFSB - Love is the Message
Ultra Nate - Free
Village People - YMCA
Book of Love - Pretty Boys and Pretty Girls
Carl Bean - I Was Born this Way

KC & the Sunshine Band - That's the Way I Like It
Gloria Gaynor - I Am What I Am
Bronski Beat - Smalltown Boy
Donna Summer - Hot Stuff
Sylvester - (You Make Me Feel) Mighty Real
Johnna - Pride
Village People - Macho Man
Book of Love - Boy Pop
Pointer Sisters - I'm So Excited
C&C Music Factory - Pride (A Deeper Love)

Weather Girls - It's Raining Men
Diana Ross - I'm Coming Out
George Michael - Freedom '90

Donna Summer - Last Dance
Barry Harris / Pepper Mashay - I Got My Pride
Village People - Go West

Abba - Dancing Queen
Tom Robinson Band - Glad to Be Gay
Gloria Gaynor - I Will Survive



GLBTQ Encyclopedia: Disco & Dance Music
Gay Info: Gay Classic Top 100

Song Lyrics: LGBT Musical Messages

Gentle Angry People
By Holly Near


We are a gentle angry people,   
and we are singing, singing for our lives.
We are a justice seeking people, 
and we are singing, singing for our lives.
We are young and old together,  
and we are singing, singing for our lives.
We are a land of many colors,  
and we are singing, singing for our lives.
We are gay and straight together, 
And we are singing, singing for our lives.
We are a gentle, loving people,
And we are singing, singing for our lives.

I Want to be Free to be Me
By Lucie Blue Tremblay

So many people in the world, alone in their own way,
tired of hiding, silence is dying.

I want you to know who I really am,
I want to be free to be me with you,
and if you love me as much as I love you,
then you`ll love me even if I`m not like you.

So many people are so afraid, there`s so much to understand,
so I take a chance now, 
it`s important to me that I tell you, so please sit down.

I`m not saying we should agree on everything,
`cause we all live our own lives.

I want you to know who I really am, 
I want to be free to be me with you,
And if you love me as much as I love you,
then you`ll love me, even if I`m not like you.
I am What I am
From La Cage Aux Folles

I am what I am, I don`t need praise,
I don`t need pity, I bang my own drum,
Some call it noise, I call it pretty.
And so what if I love each bauble and each bangle,
Why not try to see things from a different angle?
Your life is a sham 'till you can shout out, "I am what I am!"

I am what I am, and what I am needs no excuses.
I deal my own deck, sometimes the ace, sometimes the deuces.
And there's no return and no deposit, so it's time to open up your closet!
Life's not worth a damn, 'till you can say, "Hey, world, "I am what I am!"
Glad To Be Gay
By Tom Robinson

The British Police are the best in the world, I don't believe one of these stories I've heard,
'Bout them raiding our pubs for no reason at all, Lining the customers up by the wall,
Picking out people and knocking them down, Resisting arrest as they're kicked on the ground,

Searching their houses and calling them queer, I don't believe that sort of thing happens here.

Sing if you're glad to be gay, Sing if you're happy that way.

Pictures of naked young women are fun, In Titbits and Playboy, page three of The Sun,
There's no nudes in Gay News our last magazine, But they still find excuses to call it obscene,

Read how disgusting we are in the press, The News of The World and the Sunday Express,
Molesters of children, corruptors of youth, It's there in the paper, it must be the truth.

Sing if you're glad to be gay, Sing if you're happy that way.

Don't try to kid us that if you're discreet, You're perfectly safe as you walk down the street,
You don't have to mince or make bitchy remarks, To get beaten unconscious and left in the dark ,
I had a friend who was gentle and short, Got lonely one evening and went for a walk ,
Queerbashers caught him and kicked in his teeth, He was only hospitalised for a week .

Sing if you're glad to be gay, Sing if you're happy that way.

So sit back and watch as they close all our clubs, Arrest us for meeting and raid all our pubs,
Make sure your boyfriend's at least 21, So only your friends and your brothers get done,
Lie to your workmates, lie to your folks, Put down the queens and tell anti-queer jokes,
Gay Lib's ridiculous, join their laughter, 'The buggers are legal now, what more are they after?'

Sing if you're glad to be gay, Sing if you're happy that way.


Glory Glory: Gay & Lesbian Song
By Anonymous

Mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the queers
Homophobes have trampled on our rights, They`ve done so out of fear
We have loosed our rising anger and now it`s plainly clear

That gays are marching on

Glory, glory I`m a lesbian
Glory, glory I`m a gay man
Glory, glory I`m a homosexual
I am truth marching on

In our homes and on street corners we have been condemned to die
We were murdered in the Holocaust by Hitler and his lies
AIDS is killing all our people whom the government denies
But gays are marching on

In the beauty of our loving we have let ourselves be free
We will heal our wounds through justice for all humanity
We will deny not our freedom or our sexuality
We will keep marching on
Innocence Maintained (Excerpt) 
By Jewel

We've made houses for hatred. It's time we made a place where people's souls may be seen and made safe.
Be careful with each other. These fragile flames.
For innocence can't be lost.  It just needs to be maintained.
I want to live bravely and love without fear.
I want always to feel the wings of grace near.
We Shall Be Free
By Garth Brooks

When the last child cries for a crust of bread,
When the last man dies just for words that he's said,
When there's shelter over the poorest head,
Then we shall be free

When we're free to love anyone we choose,
When this world's big enough for all different views,
When we all can worship from our own kind of pews,
Then we shall be free

When the last thing we see is the color of skin,
And the first thing we look for is the beauty within,
When the skies above are clear again,
Then we shall be free

When money talks for the very last time,
And nobody walks a step behind,
When there's only one race and that's mankind,
Then we shall be free
American Triangle
Dedicated to Matthew Shepherd
By Elton John & Bernie Taupin 

Seen him playing in his backyard, Young boy just starting out,
So much history in this landscape, So much confusion, so much doubt.

Been there drinking on that front porch, Angry kids, mean and dumb,
Looks like a painting, that blue skyline, God hates fags where we come from.

'Western skies' don't make it right, 'Home of the brave' don't make no sense,
I've seen a scarecrow wrapped in wire, Left to die on a high ridge fence.
It's a cold, cold wind, It's a cold, cold wind, It's a cold wind blowing, Wyoming.


See two coyotes run down a deer, Hate what we don't understand,
You pioneers give us your children, But it's your blood that stains their hands.

Somewhere that road forks up ahead, To ignorance and innocence,
Three lives drift on different winds, Two lives ruined, one life spent.


Talking to My Angel

By Melissa Etheridge

Don't be afraid, Close your eyes, Lay it all down, Don't you cry
Can't you see I'm going where I can see the sun rise
I've been talking to my angel, And he said that it's alright

I've always had to run, I don't know just why,

Desire slowly smoking, Under the midwest sky
There's something waiting out there that says I've got to try
I've been talking to my angel, And he said that it's alright

This town thinks I'm crazy, They just think I'm strange
Sometimes they want to own me, Sometimes they wish I'd change
But I can feel the thunder underneath my feet
I sold my soul for freedom, It's lonely but it's sweet

Don't be afraid, Close your eyes, Lay it all down, Don't you cry
Can't you see I'm going where I can see the sun rise
I've been talking to my angel, And he said that it's alright



Information About LGBT Music and Musicians


Alliance of LGBT Recording Artists and Performers
AOL Gay & Lesbian Music Channel
Gay Discography
Out Music
Rainbow Sauce: LGBT Music
LLCC Alliance: Music Library
Queer Theory: Music
LGBTQ Encyclopedia: Music
Gay Tunes Studio
100 Best Gay Songs
Rainbow Network: Gay Love Songs
Brainy Music: Gay Songs
Gay Marriage Songs

Lesbian Love Songs
Amazon: Music For Gay Guys
Hypeful About Gay Musicians
After Ellen: Lesbian Pop Culture

After Elton: Gay Pop Culture

My Gay Classics Top 100
Gay Mart Music
Amazon: Good Gay Music
Gaydar Radio

Wikipedia: Gay Musicians
Wikipedia: Lesbian Musicians
Wikipedia: Bisexual Musicians
Wikipedia: LGBT Related Songs

Melissa Etheridge
Elton John
Indigo Girls
KD Lang
Boy George
Ani DeFranco
Rufus Wainwright

Brandi Carlile




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