Category Archives: Notes to Live By
Host Mikala Kennan takes us on a journey of electronic sounds, textures and ambient impressions for the new year. Featured LGBT artists include Mark Barnes, Brian Crain, Jeff Agler and more!
Don your gay apparel … it’s the second annual rockin’ jingle journey through holiday music, LGBT style! Join host Mikala Kennan for a little song, a little dance, and lots of sweet vocal treats for the season!
Host Mikala Kennan features the mellow, sultry, sensual sounds of music for after hours. Artists include LGBT performers Sheryl Bailey, Andy Bey, Fred Hersch and more, plus a special guest interview.
Host Mikala Kennan features music and conversation with Michelle Rocking Horse Garcia, a ‘two-spirit’ Native American musician and performer, healer and focus of a newly released documentary ‘Tipping the Scales’ detailing her personal journey as an open transgender and activist for the LGBT community.
‘Don’t ask, don’t tell’ takes on new dimensions as Host Mikala Kennan takes a first look at the work of LGBT Christian singers, songwriters and musicians who must also take a creative stance in balancing art and sexuality with their faith.
Host Mikala Kennan continues the Hot Sounds of Summer series with the best of beach and party music featuring LGBT artists and composers. It’s a rainbow spectrum of awesome dance, remix and club beats for everyone!
Host Mikala Kennan spins the sounds of summer featuring the music of surf sounds, dance beats, and hot summer romance, LGBT style! Featured artists include the Del Mars, a surf band who performed at this year’s Sonoma County Pride Festival in Guerneville.
Host Mikala Kennan sets the tone for Pride Month with a powerlist of LGBT artists playing music with a message. Tune in for an evening that celebrates our strength, diversity and pride as a community through music and beat!
On Outbeat Music: Yeah Mon!, Host Mikala Kennan welcomes Mista Majah P, internationally known Reggae artist who’s just released his CD ‘Tolerance’ , written specifically to celebrate the LGBT experience and speak out against bullying and homophobia.