Soprano Breanna Sinclairé joins the Gay Men's Chorus for a classical concert
With a new foundation bearing their name, Canadian pop duo Tegan and Sara boost their efforts to become stronger LGBTQ advocates.
Matthew tours in support of two new accomplished, simultaneously released albums
Billy Gilman prepares to bring down the rafters in Bethesda
The host of NPR's storied All Things Considered brings his new, multilingual one-man cabaret to Amp by Strathmore.
Rod Thomas previews new tracks from upcoming EP Tales of the City
The Pointer Sisters bring their unique vocal blend and era-spanning hits to Capital Pride
Crystal Bowersox has devoted her life to being "loving and kind"
The election of Donald Trump has made the dragapella group The Kinsey Sicks more relevant -- and necessary -- than ever
Tor Miller's lavish, sweeping sound evokes early Elton John and David Bowie
Gilman will perform in D.C. as part of a new three-day LGBT dance showcase
If there's one thing Dolly Parton has an abundance of, it's love.
Pop superstar Ricky Martin came out in 2010. Six years later, he's never been happier -- or hotter.
National exposure on Star Search gave jazz singer Spencer Day a career. Coming out in The Advocate nearly toppled it.
Aca-Challenge offers a rare, prominent showcase for a cappella groups