Last year, SFGN covered five openly gay and allied Christian musicians — Ray Boltz, Marsha Stevens and Vicky Beeching to name a few — and fortunately, there are more artists to add to the mix. These six musicians have pushed past pressures to stay closeted and are proud to be who they are.
The South Florida Symphony Orchestra is trading in its Downtown Fort Lauderdale office for new digs on Wilton Drive.
Maestra Sebrina María Alfonso and the South Florida Symphony Orchestra (SFSO) are ringing in the new year with the concert premiere of a new work by composer John Gottsch at performances in Fort Lauderdale, Miami and Key West.
What do you get when “Mozart Meets Hemingway and Siudy Flamenco?”
Spotify stopped streaming Taylor Swift's music at her request Monday, setting up a business struggle between the leading purveyor of a new music distribution system and the industry's most popular artist.
Gay rapper Lil Nas X releases a new holiday song, and Miley Cyrus releases the tracklist for the new album "Plastic Hearts."
Courtesy of South Florida Gay News, The Gazette: Serving Wilton Manors and Oakland Park.
Just when life seems to return to normal, the pandemic rebounds unpredictably.
The LGBT community have made a name for themselves when most of them took home trophies during the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards ceremony.
A mainstay of Wilton Manors and Fort Lauderdale, Tony and Gloria began their musical careers on 52nd Street in Manhattan, and have played up and down the East Coast, from New York to Key West for years.
Trans actress Josie Totah speaks on the importance of representation, rapper Lil Nas X chats with YouTuber James Charles, and Katy Perry performs at the AMAs.
This year is a big one for the Transgender Medical Conference — it’s in its 10th year, it’s the first time partnering with Florida Atlantic University, and it will be going virtual.
By the mid-1980s, David Buechner’s star was clearly on the rise.
A federal appeals court cleared the way for a trial in a copyright lawsuit over a YouTube video showing a baby dancing to the Prince song, "Let's Go Crazy."
“I am, I said.” Neil Diamond’s voice filled the gay bar in Detroit when I walked in.
(AP) A South Ogden city councilman has voted against an agreement to have an openly gay country musician perform, saying he didn't want the performer to make a political speech.
(WM) The Department of Veterans Affairs is moving to offer transgender veterans gender confirmation surgery, Secretary Denis McDonough announced at a Pride Month event in Orlando June 19.
The Galleria at Fort Lauderdale announced its next Happy Hour with The Galleria, a free virtual music series, to run this week on Facebook Live.
Carlo Infante, the out gay bass player of the band White Noise, is describing their newly released “Out Of The Ashes,” an album of songs the band performed “back in the day.”
Call it a baby step in planning.
Oh the irony.
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