Even members of the church were honking in support. The post Disco Drag Queen Protest Outside Antigay Preacher’s New Zealand Church a Hit appeared first on The Good Men Project.
In early 70s San Francisco, a series of musical collaborations were enacted in private by disco/synth auteur Patrick Cowley and Queens native singer/performer/filmmaker/goddess Candida Royalle (née Candice Vadalla). Working as each other's...Show More Summary
Disco Beauty: Nighttime Make-Up Voehl 1979 Submitter: We were all loving this disco book. We apologize in advance for the nudity. The photos were well worth scanning though. This was at the central branch of the large public library here. Holly: I’ve buried the nudity at the bottom of the images below. It’s really […]
The New York Post reports: Hey, someone left the cake out in the rain! And I’m here to tell you all about it. Director Des McAnuff, of “Jersey Boys” fame, staged a workshop last week of a new musical about the life of disco queen Donna Summer. It’s a gender-bender, with women playing some of... The post Coming Soon: Donna Summer, The Musical appeared first on Joe.My.God..
Butch Walker has carved a successful career producing everyone from Pink to Weezer to Taylor Swift to, currently, Panic! At the Disco with their remake of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” on the “Suicide Squad” soundtrack. But Walker...
“The Get Down” takes the strivers, spitfires and gang bangers of that film and repurposes them in a tale of the origins of hip-hop.
Italian dance music legend Giorgio Moroder has the almost unique distinction of twice changing the face of popular culture forever. First in the 1970s when he pioneered the the sound of disco and italo-disco both solo and with artists...Show More Summary
In 1984, composer Giorgio Moroder completed a new restoration and edit of Fritz Lang's 1927 sci-fi odyssey Metropolis, setting the visuals to a soundtrack of pulsing disco and the era's best known singers. Queen front man Freddie Mercury collaborated with Moroder on "Love Kills," the singer's first solo release outside...
Forget CNN or The New York Times — the only person who truly understands Hillary Clinton is '70s disco queen, Donna Summers. Earlier today, Senator Tom Carper tried to muster enthusiasm for Hillary at a rally in his home state of Delaware. Show More Summary
Senator Tom Carper of Delaware started a call-and-response chant using lyrics from the Donna Summer song "She Works Hard for the Money" at a Clinton rally in Wilmington.
Guy Pearce and Australia’s disco queen Kylie Minogue both appeared in Australia’s hit soap Neighbours, which is so embedded in the culture there that it might as well be tradition. That was more than 30 years ago, but it’s just been announced that the two of them will once again be co-starring, this time in the […]
A person’s taste in music used to speak a thousand words. Back in the day, the concept of a punk rocker courting with a disco queen was simply unheard of. These days, however, music is so freely crossbred and consumed that the focus on an individual genre, artist or music subculture (RIP) has become somewhat […]
Sisters are doing it for themselves — with a glitzy assist from an on-the-run disco queen wannabe — in Lincolnshire. And unless you've given up silly-but-soulful musicals for Lent, Marriott Theatre's production of "Sister Act" mostly hits the sweet spot in female empowerment set to an ersatz-Seventies...
Ten years after getting their start as pointy-haired emo-glam show ponies, Panic! at the Disco are now a vehicle for frontman Brendon Urie, who describes their fifth LP as "a mix between Sinatra and Queen." That means a little more glitzy polish and loads of gloppy decadence ("I lost a...
Next Up On The Brooklyn Imprint's Acclaimed Edit Series Is A 12" Kicking Off With "The Queen On Her Throne."
Oh joy, oh rapture! After what seems like an eternity, the Queen is back! Missy Elliott dropped a new video out of nowhere this morning and it's everything you need right now. Get into this disco ball suit: Get into this choreo: Related...Show More Summary
When Donna Summer passed away in 2012 from lung cancer it was a shock as we all were weaned on the voice of the Queen of Disco. For all her songs we sang and danced to, she always had our unconditional love.
The name Grace Jones inspires thoughts of tribal queens, disco legends, striking features, and for those of us who are fans of B-horror movies, crazy, red-haired, blue-eyed vampires. She also inspires fierceness, of doing things one’s own way, of being combative when you need to be, and of not backing down when you’re doing what... Show More Summary
Embracing all the best and worst of the ’70s and ’80s, Club 78 is a kitschy retro party that happens every second month at Ostend’s Union Halle in Frankfurt. With elaborate laser lights, mirror balls, disco music, drag queens, live performances, and more, it’s really no surprise Club 78 has been going strong for 20 […]
Forty years ago, the "Queen of Disco," Donna Summer, released her 'Love to Love You Baby' album. The Boombox takes a look back at how she set the standard for the modern-day singing sex kitten. Continue reading…