Sonia Rutstein, the prolific LGBTQ trailblazer behind disappear fear, is as committed to spreading love and compassion as ever.
The Washington area's most cherished singer-songwriter, Mary Chapin Carpenter returns to Wolf Trap, a venue that forever holds her heart.
A collection of bright, bite-sized songs, 'Remember What It Feels Like' is tailor-made to make a listener grin from ear to ear.
Thursday's District of Pride Showcase displays a range of LGBTQ talent including drag performers, singers, and more.
Jake Wesley Rogers pushes forward proudly, bringing his unique sound to this year's Out & About Festival and beyond.
Lucius prepares to dazzle Wolf Trap's Out & About crowds with bold, beautiful melodies and a unique vocal shimmer.
From NPR to a new memoir to a boisterous cabaret with friend Alan Cumming, Ari Shapiro's life is comprised of multitudes.
Beloved by fans as "Lesbian Jesus," Hayley Kiyoko comes to Sunday's Capital Pride Concert to spread hope, love, and heartfelt affirmation.
The ex-Savage Garden frontman, on his return to music, mental health, and the importance of being out.
Bright Light Bright Light returns to D.C., playing The Pie Shop on Sunday for one of his first concerts since the pandemic
At the Hamilton Live on Saturday, April 1, Hawkins will perform her hits and as well as new songs from her forthcoming album.
Kali Uchis is having a moment, and if you don't already know her, now's the time to learn.
We spoke with Brazilian drag queen Pabllo Vittar about her new album, working with Anitta, and why she's chosen to pursue a music career.
For those who haven't yet had the pleasure of experiencing Renee Rapp's work, here are five things to know about her.
A native of Washington, D.C. Kelela recently released her sophomore album 'Raven' to rave reviews.