Country singer Carrie Underwood released her new album Cry Pretty on September 14th. Among her new songs, Love Wins celebrates universal love and can be seen as an LGBT anthem.
Kylie Minogue and her fiancé have just announced that they would not marry as Australia has not legalized marriage equality.
During an interview, singer Cyndi Lauper said she was shocked to Donald Trump's attitude towards the LGBTQ community and compared him to Adolf Hitler.
Taiwanese singer A-mei has once again shown her support by organizing a fundraising campaign for a LGBT group at a concert in Taipei.
Jin Tai is a singer who was notably revealed through the televised singing competition Star Avenue in 2007. She was part of the tomboy band “MissTER”.
In an interview with the China Times, the singer has openly spoken for the first time about her homosexuality, her relationship for four years with a female model she wants to keep secret identity while sharing her wedding plans.
QueenEarth is back with a new EP entitled "QueenEarth is ONE Word EP", a compilation of solo songs and collaborations with singer Janice B.
While she is pregnant with her second child, the singer Alicia Keys has posed nude. The opportunity for her to advocate for different causes that she supports like the LGBT rights.
Linda Perry and Sara Gilbert are in couple! They were seen in Hollywood holding hands.
Some artists have like a magic power. They stop time and transport us in another world. They sing and one can only listen to them. Rachael Ward is one of these artists. Her voice, full with folk, and her music, involve us in another universe like with her song “Sugar” from her album “B Sides - Where Lovers Meet”.
Through an interview, I propose to meet Rachael Ward, to learn more about this musician, singer and composer of talent, to discover her music, her album “B Sides - Where Lovers Meet” just released, her inspirations and her future plans.
Singer/Songwriter Krissy Krissy is one of three finalists in VH1's December "You Oughta Know" (YOK) Artist competition!! Votes can be cast now until November 21st at: vh1.com/shows/events/you_oughta_know_in_concert/2013/vote.jhtml
VH1 will announce the winner during the broadcast of their "You Oughta Know" concert on Nov. 21st.
This is a unique chance for Krissy Krissy to join the ranks of previously selected “YOK” artists like The Lumineers, Emile Sande and Ed Sheeran.