When Queerguru Contributing Editor Jonathan Kemp reviewed Brontez Purnell’s ‘100 Boyfriends’ he wrote: PURNELL is a flaming powerhouse of creativity: writer, dancer, singer, filmmaker. Impressively restless and productive. His latest outing is this bold, sassy, sexy roulette wheel of a book in which he celebrates the marginal, the promiscuous, the lovelorn, the endlessly horny, hookers … Continue reading
We never know what to expect from New York actor and cabaret star JUSTIN VIVIAN BOND (one time half of Kiki & Herb). Their very successful career has taken them to both Broadway & West Stages, the movies, and TV, and to concert venues like Sydney Opera House, and Carnegie Hall. Now Mx Bond … Continue reading
On the top of their form the sublime Mx Justin VIvian Bond and the irresistible Taylor Mac have the most heavenly Easter message ever (unless you are the slightest bit religious and you may want to skip this). It must be the best version of this American Spiritual EVER.
OMG, there is a GOD after all. Or someone/thing out in the Universe who has finally answered our prayers as THEY ARE BACK! Kiki and Herb that is. One of the greatest queer cabaret acts of all time who kind of said goodbye to us in 2004 when they gave a “farewell” performance at … Continue reading
This year marks the 100th Birthday of Judy Garland and who better to celebrate it than Rufus Wainwright. Back in 2006 the singer/songwriter recreated Garland’s April 23, 1961, concert, often considered “the greatest night in show business history”. Garland’s 1961 double album, Judy at Carnegie Hall, a comeback performance with more than 25 … Continue reading