Lavender Country, a gay country western band which formed during the 1970s, comes to the Bay Area on May 18 when they join trans country performer Eli Conley for Queer Country West Coast at El Rio. Paisley Fields, a gay pop country act from Brooklyn, will
Eric Hanson has created a benefit with multiple beneficiaries: Breast Cancer Emergency Fund, three outstanding performers -Brendan James, Mia Dyson and Gregory Douglass- and the audience who will get to hear these acts at The Chapel on May 20.
Head Over Heels, the joyously anachronistic jukebox musical set in the Elizabethan era, with music from the pop band the Go-Go's, enjoyed festive opening night celebrations
"A drag king is an antidote to drag queens," says drag king extraordinaire Leigh Crow, who spent 12 years as an Elvis Presley impersonator named Elvis Herselvis. "It's expressing masculinity in a satirical way."
A gay community favorite, singer-songwriter Matt Alber will perform at Feinstein's at the Nikko next Friday and Saturday, April 13 and 14.
Having worn many hats over the course of his 50-year career in the theater, actor, dancer, director and choreographer Tommy Tune has done it all. On Sunday, March 18, Tune returns to San Francisco for two shows at Feinstein's at the Nikko.
Jeremy Jordan, the multi-talented singer-actor who's shared the screen and stage with newsboys, superheroes and bank robbers, will sing and talk with accompanist and erudite interviewer Seth Rudetsky on March 18 at the Herbst Theatre.
The incomparable Mary Wilson, a founding member of Diana Ross and The Supremes, makes her debut at Feinstein's at the Nikko on February 16. The chanteuse will be singing familiar Supremes classics and tunes from the Great American Songbook.
If you listened to pop radio or watched MTV during the 1980s, it was pretty much impossible to avoid the London-based trio, which plays the Warfield on February 21.
Openly gay country music superstar Ty Herndon will be the special guest at the 20th anniversary Hoedown and Sundance Stompede. Herndon will be appearing at the Regency Ballroom on Saturday October 21.
"If I had a chance to start a new era of recording at this point in my career," said Jennifer Holliday, "I would be at my best ever."
Unlike most Feinstein's headliners, who fly out of town shortly after their final performance, Spector is fixing to stay for a spell.