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Houston Gay Nightclub Books Celebrities For Super Bowl

Houston Gay Nightclub Brings In Weekend Of Celebrities For Super Bowl Weekend

EXCLUSIVE: Houston’s F Bar Dives Into Super Bowl 2017 With A-List Grammy-Winning Performers All Weekend.

HOUSTON — JAN 27 — It’s starting to look a lot like Super Bowl in Houston. Search lights are shinning, celebrities are being spotted, and NRG Stadium has been filled with ‘balls,’ literally. Tonight sources connected with LGBT nightclub F Bar tell About Magazine that the club has secured a weekend of celebrity icons, a different one each night will perform, starting on Friday, February 3.

Reports say Icon Milira Jones better known as Milira, with chart topping hits like: “Go Outside in the Rain” and “Mercy Mercy Me,” will bring down the house with her Motown era entertainment.

On Saturday night February 4, it is reported that superstar CeCe Peniston, one of the most successful dance club artists in the history of Billboard Hot Dance Music will perform live. Peniston’s career includes scoring five number one hits on the chart within three years. Her signature song “Finally” became one of the biggest dance singles, selling three million copies worldwide.

And it looks that Game day Sunday could be the highlight of the weekend for Houston’s LGBT community. We cannot safely say the name just yet. But it is one amazing ‘Disco Queen.’

Bonnie McKee Premieres Official Video For “Wasted Youth”

Bonnie McKee Premieres Official Video For

Today, one of the most influential pop writers of the millennium, and artist in her own right, Bonnie McKee premiered her brand new video for her infectious new single and sure-to-be-pop-anthem-of-2016, “Wasted Youth.”

The 8 millimeter, bubblegum, teen inspired music video was directed by the talented Darren Craig (The Uprising Creative ) and premiered today via The FADER Magazine. “Wasted Youth” is taken from Bonnie’s latest EP “Bombastic” and is available today on iTunes and Spotify. Watch and share the official video here.

Currently, the multi-award winning, Grammy nominee Bonnie McKee — who has already penned an impressive nine #1 singles in the US and sold more than 30 million copies worldwide — is working on new material and plans to take her signature sound and live band on the road later this year.

Stay tuned for more exciting news to come.

Bombastic’ EP is available now on iTunes and Spotify.

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Brendon Urie Comes Out as Pansexual

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Panic! at the Disco frontman, Brendon Urie, stated in a recent interview that he is pansexual.

31-year-old and last remaining Panic! at the Disco survivor, Brendon Urie, recently stated in an interview with Paper Magazine that he identifies as pansexual.

giphy-3 Brendon Urie Comes Out as PansexualThe topic came up when interviewer Beatrice Hazlehurst mentioned that she heard Urie and former bandmate Ryan Ross had visited a gay strip club. Urie corrected Hazlehurst, stating that it was not a strip club, but just a gay club in Texas they’d been snuck into by a friend of the bouncer. He stated, “These guys would just come up and I was like, ‘I’m flattered but I’m not interested but thank you.’ They were like, ‘We’ll get you interested sweetheart.’ I was just like, This is dope.” Urie went on to talk about how his song, “Girls, Girls, Boys,” about a threesome he had as a teenager, led to become an anthem for the bisexual community.

Hazlehurst continued by asking Urie if he bought into typical “masculinity tropes,” to which he replied:

No. I’m married to a woman and I’m very much in love with her but I’m not opposed to a man because to me, I like a person. Yeah I guess you could qualify me as pansexual because I really don’t care. If a person is great, then a person is great. I just like good people, if your heart’s in the right place. I’m definitely attracted to men. It’s just people that I am attracted to.

When Hazlehurst asked if he was coming out as pansexual, Urie replied, “I guess so, I guess this is me coming out as pansexual.” Pansexuality, for those unfamiliar with it, is defined as sexuality that is “not limited in sexual choice with regard to biological sex, gender, or gender identity.”

Urie, who has been the point of gay rumors for years, especially so with ex-bandmate Ryan Ross (which Urie also addresses in the interview), previously spoke to PrideSource about how he’d “experimented in other realms of homosexuality and bisexuality”, but that he was more so attracted to women that he was to men. Urie married his wife, Sarah Orzechowski, in 2013. He recently donated $1 million dollars to LGBTQ charities.

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Nile Rodgers, Tony Moran, Kimberly Davis Join Forces For New Single

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Nile Rodgers, Tony Moran, And Kimberly Davis Join Forces For New Single For The First Time Ever!

(NEW YORK) For the first time ever, music powerhouses Nile Rodgers and Tony Moran are joining forces on an explosive new music single, “My Fire,” featuring Kimberly Davis.

It’s an empowering track, meant to remind music fans that even on the darkest of days, there is a fire inside each of us that is ready to light the path forward to the place we’re meant to be.  It merges elements from Club, Disco and Funk for a next generation fusion of electronic music meets soul.

“I hope our song makes people feel good, as though they’re in the middle of a party, letting go and having fun.”  – Kimberly Davis.

“My Fire” is the fifth single release from “Moodswings,” Tony Moran’s double-album of music featuring 17 original dance songs and 14 original pop, R&B and alternative productions sung by today’s leading dance artists including Martha Wash, Zhana Roiya, and Jason Walker. The album draws inspiration from Moran’s 30 years in dance music and includes many amazing collaborators including with former American Idol judge Kara DioGuardi.

“Collaborating with talented artists like Nile and Kimberly is the fire that drives me to continue my artistry,” says Tony Moran.

“The fire that drives me is the rush I feel when connecting with an audience,” says Davis.  “It is pure exhilaration.”

“Hearing my words brought musically to life by supremely talented artists like Kimberly and masters like Nile Rodgers and Tony Moran is the fire that drives me,” adds the song’s writer, Mike Greenly.

Nile Rodgers and Tony Moran’s “My Fire” featuring Kimberly Davis is being released globally through Mr. Tan Man Music and is available on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon as well as all other online music retail outlets.

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