Queen of Jeans singer Miriam Devora has a soaring, yearning voice that sounds like it could've come out of the '60s/'70s Laurel Canyon folk scene, and when she applies it to Queen of Jeans' more humble DIY/indie rock backdrop, it makes for thrilling music that has an old soul but also sounds entirely in the now.
It's the grand finale weekend of NYC's huge month-long celebration of World Pride, and the afternoon before the enormous, colorful spectacle that is the Pride March, queer women took over 5th Ave for the 2019 Dyke March.
The Saturday of Bonnaroo was host to the festival's first-ever Pride parade, Kacey Musgraves (who covered The Flaming Lips), The National, John Prine, Hozier (who brought out Brandi Carlile), Post Malone, and more...
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