Are you ready to have a solo kiki?Â Scissor Sisters’ guitarist Del Marquis is prepping for a spring release of his debut solo album “Slow Nights” and to whet everyone’s appetite, he’s offering a free mixtape for a limited time.Â The 6 track mixtape features Xavier (on an ultra funky cover of Jermaine Jackson’s “Let Me Tickle Your Fancy”) and also features members of Prince’s former band the New Power Generation!Â Download “Tickle” on Del’s official site while supplies last (link will open in a new window).
And you can also watch a Not Safe For Closed Minded People video for “Let Me Tickle Your Fancy” on Paper Magazine’s official website.
If this doesn’t make you have a kiki, I don’t know what will.
On August 26, 2010, The Killers lead singer Brandon Flowers made his live solo debut in New York playing a sold out show at the Highline Ballroom. The brief 45 minute set showcased his solo album “Flamingo,” and featured mostly new songs. For the encore, he treated the screaming crowd to an acoustic ’cover’ of the Killers classic “When You Were Young,” and as you will hear in this video, it was a sing-a-long that sent the crowd into the night with bliss oblivion.
Rumours of The Killers lead singer Brandon Flowers’ sexuality have been floating around since the beginning of his musical career. Â Sure, he’s Mormon. Â Sure, he has kids. Â In this day and age, that means nothing. Â I will love him no matter who he chooses to get down on his knees for. Â When I saw his New York live solo debut on August 26, 2010, I overheard lots of my gays in the audience saying things like “No straight guy loves the Pet Shop Boys as much as he does” and “He is such a bottom.” Â I don’t know if either of these things are true. Â However, covering Kim Carnes’ 1980s song “Bette Davis Eyes,” certainly doesn’t help his case for heterosexuality, but here at According2g, we love all people equally.
On August 26, 2010, Brandon Flowers of The Killers made his solo debut in New York with a sold out show at the Highline Ballroom. Â He opened the show with a track from his upcoming album “Flamingo.” Â The song is called “On The Floor” and it goes a little something like this…
In case you missed seeing Jonsi at Terminal 5 last night for his first solo New York show and cannot make it for his 2nd and final show tonight, never fear! Here’s a video of “Go Do” from May 8, 2010. Â You can see more pictures of Jonsi here. Enjoy!