Innovative and provocative rapper Tyler, the Creator has been “coming out” as gay or bisexual since his 2017 album, “Scum Fuck Flower Boy,” with the track “I Ain’t Got Time!” and the line “I’ve been kissing white boys since 2004.”

Joseph Keckler, a multi-genre, three-octave, interdisciplinary artist-singer, is in town for “Let Me Die,” his morbid assemblage that combines classical opera death sequences with original music and narratives.

After three years, out gay country singer Ty Herndon released a full 15-track album, “Got It Covered,” now available from BFD records, and it is worth the wait. In addition to covering Bonnie Raitt’s “I Can’t Make You Love Me,” Carrie Underwood’s “So Small,” and Marc Cohn’s “Walking in Memphis,” Herndon includes remixed, alternative and dance versions of his hits, including “What Matters Most” and “Living in a Moment.” 

Wallis Bird is ready to break big in the U.S. The out singer-songwriter has released five albums in Europe, but her latest record, “Woman” (out Sept. 27 on AntiFragile Music) marks her stateside debut. She sets off on her first tour in the States later this month and will appear locally as part of the Philadelphia Folk Festival (Aug. 15-18).

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