LGBT Music Monday – Shura – Touch (Video)

Based out of London, I really couldn’t find much on this artist, but… love her work on this. Check it out. You can connect on Facebook.

LGBT Music Monday – Eli Lieb

Openly gay Eli Lieb with his new song, Zeppelin. Destined to be a summer classic.

 

LGBT Music Monday – Bob Mould

bob mouldSome of you may know Bob Mould already, some of you may not. Here a few tracks from his upcoming album Beauty & Ruin to be released in June.

LGBT Music Monday – Ryan Dolan

Recently out Irish singer Ryan Dolan with his new single. Connect with him on Twitter.

LGBT Music Monday – Teak Wood Gallows

A little folksy, a little haunting… I like this one.

You can find Cameron Masterton who performs as Teak Wood Gallows on Facebook and Youtube.

LGBT Music Monday – Anthony Starble

Anthony StarbleAnthony Starble’s music has been heard on shows like “Pretty Little Liars” and will appear on an upcoming episode of “The Fosters”. His latest song “Oh Father” is bringing people, gay or straight, to tears with its gripping emotional power. “Oh Father” is a raw ballad about seeking acceptance from his father about his sexuality.

This video cuts deep, its allusions portraying what it is to grow up gay and unaccepted.

This is Anthony’s first official music video release. Find him on Facebook.

You can download this song for free on Soundcloud.

“Gay” is not an insult…

For me, being called gay has never been an insult. I don’t worry too much about what people say, as much as what they do. And being somewhat physically aggressive myself, I have (in the past) sometimes welcomed the opportunity to stomp some manners and sense into those who believe themselves on a higher moral ground. But there are other, and better ways, to handle such situations as the video below shows.

Cole Strona from G.J + Iziki + Cole talks with Equality Hawaii’s Mathew Bellhouse-King about being bullied, getting called “gay” and how music can make a difference.

“Gay” is not an insult… from Equality Hawaii on Vimeo.

 

LGBT Music Monday – Sofia

Fell in love with this as soon as I heard it.

LGBT Music Monday – Father Christmas Knows

Love this new song about a homeless kid at Christmas. Listen to the words. December proceeds from this song are donated to the Albert Kennedy Trust to aid homeless LGBT youth.  Happy Holidays!

LGBT Music Monday – Sonia Leigh

Sonia LeighOne of the headlining musicians at the 43rd Atlanta Pride Festival, Sonia Leigh has played with Loretta Lynn, Willie Nelson, Eli Young Band and Uncle Kracker, just to name a few.  One listen to this country gal and you’re hooked. Connect with Sonia and find all her music on her website.