All posts tagged "music"

  • A Touch of Gold

    One of the biggest thrills of Ari Gold's life was the day he met Madonna. ''Actually, I exchanged words with her,'' recalls Gold, whose own...

  • D.C. Different Drummers

    Photo by Michael Wichita DC's Different Drummers Mission: Create fine music, have fun, play with pride, work together and educate others. Founded: 1980 Number of...

  • Song of the Quilt

    Photographs by Todd Franson The Lesbian and Gay Chorus of Washington and D.C.'s Different Drummers on their first full rehearsal, Tuesday, November 18th, 2003. ''When...

  • The Reluctant Hedonist

    ''I intend to write an opera one day,'' says Rufus Wainwright. ''Especially after these horrifyingly personal albums. I think I might need to concentrate on...

  • Country Siren

    What is it about Canada that produces such amazing country artists? Maybe it's the wide open spaces. Or maybe it's just the cleaner, crisper air....

  • Dream Holliday

    ''I no longer live in sorrow,'' proudly proclaims Jennifer Holliday. ''I no longer have a lot of misery. But I definitely know how to sing...

  • Hello Again

    When Jerry Herman left New York, his lifelong home, to move to Los Angeles more than a decade ago, he said he was retiring. And...

  • Jazzman

    My lovers suffocate me, Crowding my lips, thick in the pores of my skin, Jostling me through streets and public halls, coming naked to me...

  • Space Age Plastic

    Photograph by Michael Wichita ''The missile knows where it is at all times. It knows this because it knows where it isn't by subtracting where...

  • Covergirl Confidential!

    MW: What's on your nightstand? MELISSA ETHERIDGE: My clock radio, the speaker to my surround sound system in the bedroom, and a light. MW: What's...