Karen & the Sorrows are queer country trailblazers who have been featured in Billboard and Rolling Stone. Their newest song “Guaranteed Broken Heart” has a somber vibe to it. It’s authentically country-Americana in it’s instrumentation choices and styles. There’s a guitar riffing and a shuffling drum groove that keeps the song feeling very alive. Vocally it’s stunning, covering a lot of range. The vocal has … Continue reading Queer Country Icons Karen & the Sorrows are Out with a New Song!
Ted Z and the Wranglers show us their kinship and unity with their new energetic single “Guests on Sunday Morning”! It’d be wrong to overlook this Country Americana song with sweet guitar licks as catchy as can be! The song starts with memorable vocals and harmonies and dives into well-written verses you won’t be able to get enough of. Best believe you’ll be singing along … Continue reading “Guests on Sunday Morning” is a Country song all music lovers can appreciate by Ted Z and the Wranglers
Kelsey Waters, now a decade into her music career, is out with a new song and music video that features the Nashville-based Drag Queen Anita Coxx. The video was released on July 1st and Kelsey Waters calls for an extension of Pride Month for the LGBTQ community. She considers herself a strong supporter of the LGBTQ Community and wanted to spread a message of acceptance … Continue reading LGBTQ Community Supporter Calls for an Extension of Pride Month with “You Got This” [Music Video]
Zoey Jurss is based in Australia but still captures an incredible Americana vibe in her music. Her new song “Love, Love, Love” is her first release and it’s a spectacular introduction to her music and songwriting abilities. The song features lyrics that are driven by heartbreak but the hope and strong belief that she will carry on and move on. It showcases emotion and strength. … Continue reading Zoey Jurss & her first release “Love, Love, Love” will have you hooked on her sound
Corey Kilgannon is out with a brand new folk song with a strong storytelling vibe. “The Oasis” tackles some very deep human topics of fears and contradictions in it’s lyrics all while maintaining a very cheerful and peaceful feel. The bouncy acoustic guitar strum and well-played slide guitars keep the song feeling gentle and slightly country. It feels like an older folk song in it’s … Continue reading Mosey On to Corey Kilgannon “The Oasis” [Lyric Video]
On June 8th, Union Hall in Park Slope, Brooklyn, will be hosting a one of a kind pride after-party featuring queer country musicians from across the US. The artists featured are: Ryan Cassata, Paisley Fields, Mercy Bell, Karen & The Sorrows, and Goldenchild. Doors open up at 7PM and the show will finish up around midnight. Tickets are just $10 and must be purchased in … Continue reading Celebrate Brooklyn Pride at this Awesome After Party!
Secret Emchy Society has been putting out music that is true to her soul for a long time now. Classified as queer country, Secret Emchy Society’s music is really music for anyone that loves a truly authentic sound. Her newest record is titled “Mark’s Yard: The Campfire Covers” and was actually recorded during a campfire (we’re guessing at someone named Mark’s place). They had to … Continue reading Secret Emchy Society gives off the classic campfire sing-a-long vibe with new record
“I’ll take the long way home to see how far I’ve gone and how much there still is to know” – W.C. Beck Happy May 1st! Solo artist, who also plays in several bands, W.C. Beck is out with a new song and music video! The song is called “The Long Way Home.” W.C. Beck has a voice that you will immediately fall in love … Continue reading It Took Living in France for W.C. Beck to Love his Country Roots
Damhnait Doyle is out with her new record “Liquor Store Flowers.” It’s one of the best records we have heard in a long time. From start to finish, it speaks to the listener. It’s authentic and breathtaking. Rock the Pigeon wanted to take the time today to introduce our following to another great track on this record “This Ain’t My Sin.” The song is emotionally, … Continue reading Damhnait Doyle is out with a Gorgeous Record called “Liquor Store Flowers” [Album Review]
It seems like it is almost every day that people are coming forward about being victims of sexual assault and harassment. Finally, the voices of the survivors are being heard. As more and more people come forward, the #MeToo movement is being taken more seriously, and hopefully this inspires change and serves as a bit of healing for all of the survivors. The indie rock … Continue reading Bridge 19 Courageously Sing in Support of the #MeToo Movement