Monday, September 27, 2004

Past and Pending Guest Listing

PATRICIA BARBER: Internationally acclaimed Jazz Vocalist and Pianist, John Simon Guggenheim Fellow, Blue Note Records and Premonition Records artist * JASON STUART: Actor/Stand-Up Comedian - Will & Grace, The Drew Carey Show, Charmed, Providence, and many others--- on his new film and mainstream media projects, tour and more * CATHERINE GRAY: Filmmaker of PBS documentary "I Can't Marry You", hosted by Betty Degeneres * ADAM JOSEPH: The 22 year old hottness of the GLBTI music scene (I MEANT his TALENT!!! Really astounding!) on Jah Records * JEANIE BRYSON: International Jazz Vocalist/Recording Artist on Koch Jazz and Telarc Jazz * HALCYON ("not just another feminine product!"): These ladies are traveling the world with their hard, solid tunes and tight harmonies! * DR. J.T. SEARS, Ph.D.: Queer Historian, Harvard Prof., Fulbright Scholar, Author * JEFF ROBERSON -AKA- VARLA JEAN MERMAN: Drag Superstar, Broadway Performer * Disco Diva PAMALA STANLEY "Coming out of Hiding"* Prof. DALE CARPENTER: Constitutional Scholar on opposing the Federal Marriage Act (FMA)

Sunday, September 26, 2004

Theron Mc Griff - Friday, October 1st

THERON Mc GRIFF and is partner, Nick Case, join me to discuss how the Idaho Supreme Court has taken custody of his children away. His ex-wife, in-laws and even his parents play pivotal roles in this heartbreaking story. Join us on "Queer Nation" to find out more. The couple have rejected all other invitations of the media since the most recent decision. They have consented to join me on the show. Join us! If you're not outraged, then you're not paying attention! (EXCLUSIVE)

Catherine Gray - Monday October 4th

Catherine Gray

Join us with the producer/director of "I Can't Marry You". This PBS documentary, narrated by Betty Degeneres, chronicles the lives of several GLBT couples making their way through the same-sex marriage maelstrom.

Saturday, September 25, 2004

HALCYON - Tuesday October 5th

These ladies are an amazing combination of all things music! Their tight and astounding harmonies and lyrics have propelled these GLBT artists to the heights of music of the gay community and have been rocketing them into the mainstream crossover arena!

Friday, September 24, 2004

Dr. James T. Sears - Wednesday October 6th

Dr. James T. Sears, Ph. D.

Educator, author, scholar, and lecturer, Dr. Sears has been interviewed for such media outlets as The Wall Street Journal, Parade Magazine, Time, ABC Nightly News, the Associated Press, U.S. News and World Report, New York Times, Knight-Ridder Newspapers, and Newsday, national gay publications such as The Advocate and Out magazines, and talk shows such as Oprah Winfrey and This is America with Dennis Wholey.

Patricia Barber - Thursday October 7th

Patricia Barber

A Blue Note recording artist, pianist-vocalist Patricia Barber has forged a brilliant career as both a chic/smart interpreter of songs and a songwriter who pens witty and gorgeous numbers. She inhabits a rarified career stratum with just a few jazz artists who combine artistic sophistication and critical acclaim with concert and recording success.

Prof. Dale Carpenter - Friday October 8th

Dale Carpenter

Professor Dale Carpenter (University of Minnesota) teaches in the areas of constitutional law, sexual orientation and the law, and commercial law. His current research interests include same-sex harassment and the First Amendment.


Jason Stuart

As an actor, recently guested on the new medical drama House, directed by Bryan Singer (X-MEN) and is best know for his recurring role on the ABC sitcom My Wife & Kids starring Damon Wayans, playing a gay shrink. This is ground breaking television. Jason has been seen all over television guest starring on the Emmy winning Will & Grace twice! Strong Medicine with Patricia Richardson (Home Improvement), Providence on NBC opposite Melina Kanaredes , The Drew Carey Show on ABC with his old pal Drew and Kathy Kinny, Charmed with Shannon Doherty, Murder, She Wrote with Angela Landsbury and even and Sunset Beat with George Clooney.


Adam Joseph

Jah Records Artist Adam Joseph is the living proof that the pop voice of the century is, perhaps, among us already. His hit tune "How I Seem To Be" is a track that I simply cannot hear often enough. This 22 year old Berklee Grad has it ALL---the voice, the interpretive skill and much more. I am a vocal coach and have UTMOST respect for his talent! Do not miss this show!

Varla Jean Merman - TBA

aka-Varla Jean Merman

Jeffery Roberson (Varla Jean Merman) recently shared the 2003 Outfest Film Festival "Best Actor" Award and the Aspen HBO Film Festival "Best Actress" Award for his featured performance as Varla in GIRLS WILL BE GIRLS (Sundance 2003) directed by Richard Day and to be released nationwide this October. Jeffery also made his network television debut this past February on ABC's All My Children in the recurring role of lady of the evening Rosemary Chicken.

Thursday, September 23, 2004


Pamala Stanley

An official DISCO DIVA and pop singer, Pamala has been touring since the 1980’s. She has been seen singing with some of the most recognized names in music: Bette Midler, Chaka Khan, Tina Turner, Natalie Cole, and Frank Sinatra just to name a few. Known internationally, she has done shows in Europe, South America, Mexico, and The Far East. She was a favorite on the hit Canadian show Michele Jasmin’s Talk Show and Pop Express. You might remember Pamala doing “Dance Fever” or one of several prime time TV specials. She also did various nationally televised parades, including Foley’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, Fort Lauderdale’s “Winterfest” boat parade, which won her best entertainer two years in a row, as well as opening an LA Rams/New Orleans Saints game with the national Anthem.


Jeanie Bryson

Jeanie Bryson is an extraordinary singer - uniquely talented, assuredly poised and blessed with an unmistakably original voice that is smooth, hypnotic and exciting. Her singing reveals a rich musical and cultural diversity which reflects her musical upbringing.
Jeanie is the daughter of songwriter Connie Bryson and the late jazz giant Dizzy Gillespie. She has inherited a strong sense of lyric and storytelling in music from her mother whose songs Jeanie often performs. Possessing a natural affinity for Latin American music, she learned a great deal from studying her father's rhythmic sensibilities. Such a communicator and the inspiration for much romance wherever her voice is heard. LOVE her!