NEW YORK — What's up with 4 Non Blondes? How about a one-night-only reunion?
LeAnn Rimes was just a teen when she first burst onto the international music scene in 1996. Her debut album, “Blue,” hit No. 1 on the Billboard country music charts, but was just the first hit of many. As she matured, so did her music.
(AP) Three years ago, Alan Elliott was at the Telluride Film Festival, prepared to unveil the holy grail of musical works: A documentary on the making of Aretha Franklin’s “Amazing Grace,” which had been lost to the archives for decades until Elliott spent decades restoring it so it could finally be seen.
NEW YORK — Police say a New York City man has been arrested in connection with a bias attack in lower Manhattan against the first gay couple to be married at West Point.
Sometimes it takes two or three listens to appreciate and erase from the mind any pre-conceived ideas of what you were hoping for from an artist. That was the case with me on Ladytron’s latest self-titled sixth full length studio album, where they seem to have cornered the market on music to party to during the apocalypse.
Here are SFGN's "Best of 2015" winners in the people category in Broward County
Fit Frank Molano jokes that he is the “designated adult” in charge of the New Directions Chamber Winds, but when it comes to their music, he and the other 15 musicians in the local ensemble are always serious.
Ten years after its world premiere, “This House Shall Stand: Songs of My Family,” a choral song cycle inspired by the stories of South Florida LGBT families, will be performed by the Gay Men’s Chorus of South Florida (GMCSF).
“It’s pretty emotional to think in terms of 30 years ago having started this,” reflected Dr. Gary Keatiing, founder and current artistic director of the Original Fort Lauderdale Gay Men’s Chorus (FLGMC).
Having a job is important. Aside from generating income, it provides independence and can boost a person’s self-esteem. But for people with disabilities, landing that one job is extremely tough.
It’s been 40 years since the Village People began their meteoric rise up the disco charts, ultimately earning a permanent place in American pop culture history.
(CNN) -- David Bowie, whose incomparable sound and chameleon-like ability to reinvent himself made him a pop music fixture for more than four decades, has died. He was 69.
NEW YORK - Entertainment industry executive David Geffen has donated $100 million to New York's Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.
It’s been nearly 40 decades since K.C. and the Sunshine Band first began topping the charts with disco hits like “Get Down Tonight,” “Shake Your Booty,” “Boogie Shoes” and “I’m Your Boogie Man.” But did you know that band founder front man Harry Wayne Casey (K.C.) got his start in nearby Hialeah, Florida and has never lived further than 10 miles from his birthplace?
A 20-year-old young man from the Jersey Shore, Constanti Moraitis, who appeared as Dmitri Kane in gay porn films, apparently took his own life on Sunday evening. The young man had appeared in films for Next Door Casting and Collegedudes.com.
THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — A Dutch brass band that has for years amused crowds at Olympic speed skating ovals says it may play songs like the Village People's "Y.M.C.A." at the Sochi Winter Olympics as a signal of its support for gay rights.
Director Silvio Nacucchi talks about his strange gay parenting tale
REYHANLI, Turkey (AP) -Before a crowd of men on a street in the Syrian city of Palmyra, the masked Islamic State group judge read out the sentence against the two men convicted of homosexuality: They would be thrown to their deaths from the roof of the nearby Wael Hotel.
On Sunday, August 5, the Gay Men’s Chorus joins forces with the New River Orchestra for a performance benefiting the Sunshine Cathedral. Tickets are $20. The musicians in the orchestra and chorus members donate their effort and time to perform this concert.