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Lady Gaga and Salma Hayek's Sex Scene in 'House Of Gucci' Was Cut

Lady Gaga and Salma Hayek's Sex Scene in 'House Of Gucci' Was Cut

By Emell Adolphus | Jan 21, 2022

The "Monster" singer turned actress reveals yet another story about the story behind her recent film, "House of Gucci."

Review: 'Night Call' a Worthy Addition to the Years & Years Catalogue

Review: 'Night Call' a Worthy Addition to the Years & Years Catalogue

By Kevin Schattenkirk | Jan 21, 2022

A pleasurable third album by Olly Alexander and co., with songs that get in and make their point without overstaying their welcome on the dance floor.

Meat Loaf, 'Bat Out of Hell' Rock Superstar, Dies at 74

Meat Loaf, 'Bat Out of Hell' Rock Superstar, Dies at 74

By Hillel Italie | Jan 21, 2022

Meat Loaf, the rock superstar loved by millions for his "Bat Out of Hell" album and dark-hearted anthems like "I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)," has died. He was 74.

Adele Postpones Las Vegas Residency, Citing Pandemic Impact

Adele Postpones Las Vegas Residency, Citing Pandemic Impact

Jan 21, 2022

Adele has postponed a 24-date Las Vegas residency hours before it was to start, citing delivery delays and coronavirus illness in her crew.

'Everything Composer' Brian Raphael Nabors Brings 'Pulse' to Boston Symphony This Week

'Everything Composer' Brian Raphael Nabors Brings 'Pulse' to Boston Symphony This Week

Jan 19, 2022

Brian Raphael Nabors is a rising composer in the American classical music scene. This week his work "Pulse" will be performed by the Boston Symphony Orchestra.

Grammy Awards Move Ceremony to Las Vegas Site in Early April

Grammy Awards Move Ceremony to Las Vegas Site in Early April

By Jonathan Landrum Jr. | Jan 19, 2022

The 2022 Grammy Awards will shift to an April show in Las Vegas after recently postponing the ceremony due to rising COVID-19 cases because the omicron variant.

Flesh Queer Festival and 4 More Can't-Miss UK LGBTQ Events in 2022

Flesh Queer Festival and 4 More Can't-Miss UK LGBTQ Events in 2022

By Kilian Melloy | Jan 18, 2022

The Flesh Queer Festival featuring EDM and camping is among the UK's best LGBTQ+ events of 2022, which also includes anniversary Pride celebrations in Birmingham and London.

Remembering David Bowie on His 75th with his Best Songs

Remembering David Bowie on His 75th with his Best Songs

By Christopher Ehlers | Jan 17, 2022

David Bowie would have turned 75 this week, had liver cancer not taken the legendary Starman from us in 2016. In celebration of Bowie's legacy and birthday, here's a look at his 10 best songs:

Cardi B Slams Homophobes on Twitter: 'You Just Ugly'

Cardi B Slams Homophobes on Twitter: 'You Just Ugly'

By Emell Adolphus | Jan 9, 2022

Cardi B is adding some criteria to the definition of "bad bitch." The rapper took to Twitter to call out homophobic people in a poignant tweet that showed support and gratitude to the LGBTQ community.

Michael Lang, Woodstock Festival Co-creator, Dies at 77

Michael Lang, Woodstock Festival Co-creator, Dies at 77

By David Porter | Jan 9, 2022

Michael Lang, a co-creator and promoter of the 1969 Woodstock music festival that served as a touchstone for generations of music fans, has died.

Matthew Aucoin on 'The Impossible Art: Adventures in Opera'

Matthew Aucoin on 'The Impossible Art: Adventures in Opera'

By Timothy Pfaff | Jan 6, 2022

Matthew Aucoin's new book, "The Impossible Art: Adventures in Opera," focuses on opera's mysteries, the alchemy of opposites that fires it, and, perhaps most surprising of all, its unique and lasting power.

Grammys Postpone Ceremony, Citing Omicron Variant Risks

Grammys Postpone Ceremony, Citing Omicron Variant Risks

By Andrew Dalton | Jan 6, 2022

The Grammy Awards were postponed Wednesday weeks before the planned Los Angeles ceremony over what organizers called "too many risks" from the omicron variant, signaling what could be the start of another year of pandemic upheaval for awards season.

Q-Music: Lesbians Lead the Way

Q-Music: Lesbians Lead the Way

By Gregg Shapiro | Jan 5, 2022

Queer women are making big sound waves in music, including Amythyst Kiah, Jennifer O'Connor, Brandy Clark, Lilli Lewis, Lady Blackbird, Ana Egge, Torres, and Rosie Tucker. Enjoy our latest round-up, with a music clip of each artist.

Glass Animals Ride the Slow-Burning 'Heat Waves' to Grammys

Glass Animals Ride the Slow-Burning 'Heat Waves' to Grammys

By Mark Kennedy | Jan 3, 2022

Hospitals aren't usually incubators of great music, but in the case of English indie-pop band Glass Animals, one member's medical emergency led to a breakout album and a Grammy nomination.

Female Artists Rule 2021's Best Albums

Female Artists Rule 2021's Best Albums

By Christopher Ehlers | Jan 2, 2022

Say what you will about 2021, but some pretty incredible music was released this past year. Here are EDGE's ten best albums of the year, plus one very worthy runner up.

Listen to Miranda Lambert's New Song for 'Queer Eye' Season 6

Listen to Miranda Lambert's New Song for 'Queer Eye' Season 6

By Emell Adolphus | Jan 2, 2022

Listen to Miranda Lambert's new song for 'Queer Eye' season 6. "Y'all Means All" will be available on music streaming services Friday, Dec. 31

Katy Perry Reflects on Bi Anthem, LGBTQ+ Fans Being 'My Community'

Katy Perry Reflects on Bi Anthem, LGBTQ+ Fans Being 'My Community'

By Kilian Melloy | Dec 29, 2021

Speaking about her Las Vegas residency, which starts on Dec. 29, Katy Perry looked back at her career-defining bi anthem and the embrace of the LGBTQ+ fans whom she now calls "my community."

Safety in Queer Numbers: Elton John, Sad Daddy and More

Safety in Queer Numbers: Elton John, Sad Daddy and More

By Gregg Shapiro | Dec 28, 2021

Lend your ears to new music from Elton John's "The Lockdown Sessions," Sad Daddy, Adult Mom, Bachelor, Destroy Boys and Haunted Like Human. Each offers a queer turn on pop, country and rock grooves.

3 Members of K-Pop Sensation BTS Diagnoses with COVID

3 Members of K-Pop Sensation BTS Diagnoses with COVID

By Hyung-Jin Kim | Dec 26, 2021

Three members of the K-pop superstar group BTS have been infected with the coronavirus after returning from abroad.

Saving Saint-Saëns: 'Carnaval des Animaux' and other Works

Saving Saint-Saëns: 'Carnaval des Animaux' and other Works

By Tim Pfaff | Dec 22, 2021

Camille Saint-Saëns has gotten a comparatively bad rap as being 'superficial.' New and recent recordings may prove that bias wrong.

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