The Very Best of NYC Music

MondoHomo, Left on Red, Fierce and more!

On May 18, Snapshot NYC will host Mondo Homo, an extraordinary night of entertainment featuring Sarah Greenwood, Katrina del Mar, Mkng Frndz and more. The evening will raise awareness and funds for Mondo Homo Dirty South, the South’s non-profit queer art, spoken word, dance party, hip-hop electro clash, politics, film, BBQ, circus arts, theater, music, burlesque, social action, diversity lovin festival of fun queer space.

Be sure to check out Left on Red at Bryant Park May 12. Liah Alonso and Kelly Halloran blend their sweet vocal harmonies with rock violin and rhythm guitar. LOR’s captivating shows consist of originals and cover songs, diverse in era, genre and language. Their self-titled disc features an entertaining range of genres and topics that appeal to people of all ages. “Shop” finds LOR singing about America’s addiction to retail, “Crash and Burn” deals with the poisoning of our food, while the self explanatory “High Heel Blues” and the duo’s first single “Jack and Jill” will hit home with anyone who has dealt with societal expectations.

FIERCE, a membership-based organization building the leadership and power of LGBTQ youth of color in NYC, invites you to FIERCE 10th Anniversary Gay-La at the Highline Ballroom May 13. Before the concert walk the Pink Carpet w/ DJ TIKKA MASALA, enjoy free food, cash bar and a special program by FIERCE youth members. Then join host MICIA MOSELY & D’LO for the FIERCE Night Out concert including performances by Meshell Ndegeocello, Toshi Reagon, Staceyann Chin & House of Ladosha. After stay for AFTER GLOW the FIERCE After Party with DJ Bill Coleman, DJ Rimarkable! & DJ shErOck.

Sunsetswest Records and Christine Martucci are proud to announce, Pride at the Pony, a rock and roll celebration for Pride Weekend in Asbury Park. This historic event will be held at the legendary Stone Pony on June 5. New Jersey based singer/songwriter Martucci will be joined on The Pony stage by opening acts Aster Pheonyx, Tara Elliott and The Red Velvets, Deepa Soul, Kelly Carvin, and Virago. The entire night is dedicated to out musicians and their friends and families. 

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