I’ve featured Yanis Marshall, a French choreographer and dancer who likes dancing in heels. Maybe this will get you in the right mood before you head out.
Category Archives: Music
I love my pop star divas as much as the next guy but I was a regular listener to WFNX-FM 101.7 Boston for years and bands like the Pixies will always have a special place in my heart. I can’t think of a better song for a Saturday night for all you who may be heading out tonight for drinks and maybe a little more.
Fans of Kylie Minogue will want to set their DVRs tonight to see the season 2 premiere of the campy musical, Galavant, at 8PM ET. Galavant, played by Josh Sasse, is punished by the Queen (a.k.a. Kylie Minogue). You’ll love the catchy ditty she sings in the video I’ve included below, “Off With His Shirt!”.
The video has so many gay references it will make your head spin, including a shirtless Galavant tending bar to a clamoring mass of men and Kylie singing playful lyrics you’d expect to hear in a Ryan Landry or Varla Jean Merman song.
Don’t be shy boys
Go to town
I’ll bet that chest
Is heaven blessed
Not only is Steve easy on the eyes, but he also has a killer voice. Enjoy the newly released video and if you like it share it on your social media channels. Steve does this independently so he relies on the support of his fans to help him out.
If you like the song you can download it here: stevegrand.bandcamp.com.
Join the Boston Pops and conductor Keith Lockhart, celebrating his 20th anniversary with the orchestra, in a performance filled with holiday music favorites, traditional Pops sing-a-long, and even a visit from Santa Claus. The 2015 Holiday Pops show opens tonight and runs through Thursday, December 31, 2015. For more information or to purchase tickets visit BostonPops.org.
Boston’s gay flag football is back with another fun and carefree that appears to be mostly taken in and around where I live in the South End. The video includes views from around Boston, dancing, and plenty of shirtless guys having fun.
Tickets are now on sale for Boston Gay Men’s Chorus Ho Ho Ho holiday concert, which includes traditional carols and the world premiere of Forbidden Holiday, a revue of sassy send-ups of seasonal standards from the creator of the Off-Broadway sensation Forbidden Broadway.
The Boston Gay Men’s Chorus Ho Ho Ho holiday concert will take place in the Fenway at New England Conservatory’s Jordan Hall on Dec. 13th, 19th, 20th & 21st. You can get your tickets from the Boston Gay Men’s Chorus website.