Celebrate Brooklyn Pride at this Awesome After Party!

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!

“Love Like That” by Micah Woods is Universal

“Relationships are hard,” Micah Woods says about his new song, “Love Like That.” He says he wrote this pop song about a really difficult time in a relationship when he had to decide whether or not to stay in it, and this emotion is evident. The lyrics are heart-wrenching through the entire song, but with the bridge comes a twist in Micah’s voice. He switches … Continue reading “Love Like That” by Micah Woods is Universal

Common Jack Calls for Empathy with “Old Faded Flag”

  “Old Faded Flag” from Brooklyn-based band Common Jack is a timely political statement about homophobia, sexual assault, and sexism, but more than anything, the song asks us to pay attention to those around us and show them love, no matter how different they are from us. This classic folky song starts with a beautiful piano tapping simple chords and swells seamlessly to this heart … Continue reading Common Jack Calls for Empathy with “Old Faded Flag”

Artist of the Day: Benjamin Love w music video on the commercialization of queer culture

Benjamin Love is a talented singer/songwriter and musician from Tennessee who draws influences from soul, funk and pop to create a sound that is unique in the world of indie-rock n’ roll. Love has recently released a new music video for his catchy song “Kiss It Better” which dives into the topics of the “commercialization of queer culture, queer identity and wage gaps.” The music … Continue reading Artist of the Day: Benjamin Love w music video on the commercialization of queer culture

Rachael Cantu Drops Compelling Music Video “Run Free” about Queer Friendship

Rachael Cantu is an artist that should definitely be on your radar. The openly queer singer-songwriter has just released a fierce song and music video about queer friendship titled “Run Free.” The music video, which was shot in the desert, is extremely professional and well-done. It’s hard to believe that such a small crew made this compelling video in just three days!  “Run Free” is … Continue reading Rachael Cantu Drops Compelling Music Video “Run Free” about Queer Friendship

Kat Hamilton’s Breathtaking Debut Single “Bees” has the Power to Help Many

Recently, Rock the Pigeon had the privilege of interviewing California-based artist Kat Hamilton about her art, goals, life experiences and her debut single as a solo artist titled “Bees.” She was quick to open up about the things that have shaped her life and have driven her music and it is clear that she puts a significant amount of energy into her art. Kat Hamilton … Continue reading Kat Hamilton’s Breathtaking Debut Single “Bees” has the Power to Help Many

Ryan Cassata Taking Off on West Coast Mini Tour

Los Angeles based singer-songwriter Ryan Cassata is taking off on a 7-date mini tour up the West Coast. The tour kicks off in Los Angeles tomorrow night at the Grafton Hotel’s famous lounge, Bar 20. He will be performing with Mae Krell and April Rose on these dates aside from the Jackson, CA date. Joe Stevens will join Ryan in Sacramento, Jackson and Oakland. Mya … Continue reading Ryan Cassata Taking Off on West Coast Mini Tour