Lady Rizo performs in San Francisco at Feinstein’s at the Nikko February 6 and 7. Her new album, ‘Violet,’ released in November 2013, is brilliance incarnate. Her stage shows are a terrific mix of what she calls “caburlesque.”
D’Arcy Drollinger loves Blaxploitation cinema. Cheesy all black action flicks like Cleopatra Jones can make his day. Drollinger’s ‘Shit & Champagne,’ opening Friday January 17 at Rebel, is what the actor/dancer calls “whitesploitation.”
With a career spanning Broadway, television, film and concerts, actor-singer-composer Cheyenne Jackson and I mostly discussed his music, specifically his own, some of which he’ll be performing at Feinstein’s at the Nikko, January 10 and 11.
Jeb Havens and Xavier Toscano, two gay local singer-composers, both known for performing everywhere from bars and benefits, will be among the talents at this year’s Pride main stage show, Sunday June 30.
October is one of the holiest months on the LGBT calendar, and Halloween is one of our most sacred days. In a city that’s as wild, crazy and fun as San Francisco, there are plenty of ways to celebrate the season, with everything from classic film screenings to parties galore.
There’s no mistaking that many of the themes in local transgender singer Shawna Virago’s CD Objectified are autobiographical. The lead lyric in three of the CD’s songs, “Objectified,” “Transsexual Dominatrix” and “Butterfly” is the word “I.”
Connie Champagne continues to uphold the Christmas spirit as she channels legendary songstress Judy Garland in her upcoming performance, “Connie Champagne as Judy Garland” at The Rrazz Room, Dec. 20 & 21.
The historic Hayes Valley neighborhood bar with cheap drinks, hilarious weekend drag shows, and the most amazing holiday decorations in town, is now history.
We’ll miss the holiday costume contests, Saturday night’s Follies, and Marlena’s annual display of 1000s of Santa dolls.