Wallis Bird’s latest single ‘Hardly hardly’ is released today fuelling anticipation for her eagerly awaited fourth studio album titled ‘Architect’ set for release on the 11th of April. The Wexford born singer has enjoyed growing popularity throughout the years since she erupted onto the music scene. This Bird has wowed audiences everywhere she goes with the raw enthusiasm they are met with once she steps onto the stage.
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Melissa Etheridge found herself feeling outraged and deeply saddened by the treatment of Russian gay people. She channeled her emotions into her latest musical offering as she sings from her heart in support of LGBT people in Russia in her new video for ‘Uprising of Love’.
Congratulations to the winner of our Alexandra Burke competition! She wins two tickets to see Alexandra Burke perform live tonight, 24th August, in The George – featuring a set from Alexandra’s new album “Heartbreak on Hold”! For those of you not lucky enough to win, tickets for the performance are €15 and are available from the bar.
Veda, one of everyone’s favourite queens from the Dublin drag scene is back with a second album. Veda’s new album, Transphibian will be the sound of the summer if my Facebook homepage is anything to go by!
Now that we’re looking at ladies beginning with B, it’s time we had a look at some queer voices. Some of the very best out there.
We do love our monthly trips to Bitches Be Crazy. For reasons which are.. best described by the name of the club.. And now, with thanks to those lovely Bitches, we have two free passes to give away to one lucky winner! For free! Gratis! Sweet F.A.! Nada! Read on for details
A Eurodance sensation, Alexandra Stan will be performing live on stage in The George on Friday 19th August.
I caught up with Pamela and Peter from The Trouble Is to interview them about the band, and we at Gaelick towers are able to exclusively reveal that they will be playing at the Pride Night Party (Delerium) in the Purty Kitchen on the 25th of June.
The 8th International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival kicks off today, 2nd May, and this year we are spoiled for choice – again! The thing to do is to peruse the programme and pick out what tickles your fancy – but here are just some of the performances that caught my eye
Very Angry Girls (V.A.G) who some of you may remember from Milk, are performing in Crawdaddy on Easter Saturday. I caught up with the girls for an interview, and made sure to ask them where the name came from!
There has been fierce excitement online about Lady Gaga’s new single Born This Way. Gay bloggers have been saying that it’s the anthem we’ve all been waiting for.
Stop what you’re doing! Is the year so far beginning to bother you? Is the day, and past week, of political shenanigans beginning to bother you? Does the month and/or year already seem endless? Well, behold herein some suggestions to break the monotony!
You either love them or hate them but around this time of year you can’t avoid them. Christmas songs! I love Christmas and christmas music. I have 5 versions of White Christmas including an awful one by Micheal Bolton. Actually I really should get rid of that one.
Swedish popstress supreme Robyn is about to release the third installment in her Body Talk trilogy. Parts 1 and 2 were released earlier in 2010 and Body Talk Pt. 3 is due for release in late November. The forthcoming single, Indestructible, is sure to get dancefloors hopping at forthcoming Christmas parties.
Pussy Wagon is the women’s night held in The George on the first Friday of every month. Sporting live performances, it has a different vibe from other lesbian nights out there and this fact, coupled with the varied set lists from the various DJs who have played there so far, makes for an excellent night out.
Ladies you have only three more opportunities to see the amazingly talented Wallis Bird play live in Ireland. She’ll be in The Academy tonight, Dolan’s Warehouse, Limerick tomorrow and Roisin Dubh in Galway on Sunday.