The David Tutera Show
Tomorrow 4:00 pm ET
The David Tutera Show with TV Celebrity and Event Planner, David Tutera! He’s taking on everything from celebration do’s and don’ts to fashion fails. Need help pulling off the perfect dinner party? Call in and talk with the real David, for honest advice about any event, large or small. It is David Tutera, as you’ve never heard him before, helping listeners turn their Woes into Wow’s!
The Morning Jolt with Larry Flick Weekdays 7 am ET Veteran Billboard editor/pop-culture commentator Larry Flick presides over a bracing blend of music and conversation. He’s joined by comedian Keith Price for laughs and chats with the hottest stars and intriguing newcomers in music and entertainment -- the perfect "jolt" to start your day.
The Frank DeCaro ShowWeekdays 11 am ET Flamboyant funnyman Frank DeCaro (The Daily Show) in New York City and martini-dry sidekick Doria Biddle in Los Angeles welcome a stellar guest list and send listeners driving into ditches with their irreverent and outrageous take on pop culture — both deranged and de rigueur.
Dirty Pop with Lance BassWeekdays 6 - 8 pm ET Rebroadcasts 11 pm - 1 am ETA daily evening-drive radio show, giving listeners nationwide an insider’s guide to pop culture hosted by pop music icon and LGBT rights advocate Lance Bass. The two-hour live, call-in show features Bass combining his passion for music with his unique take on the pop culture news of the moment, his insider access and experience, and his sense of humor and fun. Interact with the show on Twitter and Facebook.
Derek & RomaineWeekdays 8 pm ET Filled with free-form chatter, candid and frank discussions and tons of laughs, the Derek and Romaine Show features an unlikely gay/lesbian duo. Hosted by Derek Hartley and Romaine Patterson, the show is a wild and witty romp, a welcome respite from the serious world at the end of the work day.
Legends of ClublandSaturday 11 pm - Sunday 7 am ETLegends of Clubland is a weekly Saturday night celebration of the greatest turntable artists in dance music history, featuring sets from classic DJs from classic clubs. Original architects of iconic venues step up to the decks once again, conjuring one-of-a-kind memories of hallowed halls like Studio 54, the Saint, Rage, the Wherehouse, Sound Factory and Heaven, among many others.
The Focus Group with Tim Bennett and John NashSaturdays 11 am ET Rebroadcast Sundays 10 am ETOutQ’s resident Mad Men, Tim Bennett and John Nash, pioneered the business of advertising for the gay market. Now, their show, The Focus Group, gives listeners an inside look at the strategies, campaigns and personalities that drive the world of marketing. Their snappy banter, refreshing topics, intriguing guests and unique perspective are giving all listeners a good reason to tune in.
Feel the Spin with Larry FlickSunday 2 pm ETLarry Flick serves up four hours of music cast in the mold of "the good ol’ days" of radio, when DJs were storytellers. In the Spin are hits-in-the-making by acts from all over the world, as well as must-hear recordings by the legends and unsung heroes of rock, pop, disco and country.
Seth Speaks Sundays 6 pm ETSpend an hour with Seth Rudetsky as he babbles about things he loves, things he’s obsessed with and the things he can’t stop talking about. He’ll be joined by celebrity friends and people who don’t return his phone calls.
#TheOutQ60Weekdays, Every hour 11 am-11 pm ET
OutQ’s Xorje Olivares just needs a minute to tell you what’s trending both within the LGBT community and the channel as a whole. You’re invited to join the news feed with what’s “in” around you.
Derek Hartley | emailMilitary brat Derek Hartley had, for the most part, an extremely happy childhood. He is second-generation gay on both sides of his family and is working on a book entitled I Lost My Virginity To Barbra Streisand (And Other True Tales of Dating Horror). Visit him at www.derekhartley.com.
Romaine Patterson | emailRomaine met fellow student Matthew Shepard as a college freshman. After his 1998 brutal murder, Patterson silenced anti-gay protesters at the trial by leading a band of angels with giant wings made of bed sheets. Angel Action is now used all over the world to combat hate. Visit www.eatromaine.com.
Doria Biddle | emailCalled "The Kevin Bacon of Lesbian Los Angeles," Doria Biddle has written for MTV, Nickelodeon's Rugrats, Disney's Recess and was an editor at Teen Magazine where she learned all about boys and makeup.
Lance BassSinger-actor-producer-writer-entrepreneur-philanthropist Lance Bass has sold over 65 million albums worldwide and won numerous awards as a member of *NSYNC. He's also a film, TV and Broadway star, a NASA-certified cosmonaut, and an active participant and leader in many charitable organizations.
Frank DeCaro | emailPerformer. Pop culture pundit. Gay ghetto superstar. DeCaro is all this and more. Since first appearing on The Daily Show in 1996, he has been called “basic cable’s answer to Rex Reed,” “Quentin Crisp in James Coco’s body” and “Paul Lynde for a new generation.” Visit Frank at www.frankdecaro.com.
Larry Flick | emailAs a super-shy geek growing up in the Bronx, NY, Larry Flick had dreams of the big-time rock ‘n’ roll life. With courage and a big sense of humor, he went out on the road as a touring assistant to the Power Station, later becoming a taste-making journalist for Billboard, Vibe and The Advocate.
Keith Price l emailAs co-host of The Morning Jolt with Larry Flick, Keith gets to share his humor with the world while interviewing some of the most iconic and news-making figures of the day. As a comedian, Keith has performed his message of love and fabulosity at colleges, Pride events and famed NYC clubs.
John Nash | emailAn inveterate raconteur, John Nash helped pioneer gay & lesbian marketing beginning in 1990 through his partnership at two ad agencies that created custom LGBT programs for major American corporations. Now, he’s bringing his unique perspective to bear on business and marketing with The Focus Group. Keep up with John at www.focusgroupradio.com
Tim Bennett | emailA long-time business and marketing insider, Tim Bennett spent 15 years creating groundbreaking marketing programs at Subaru of America that helped launch a wave of gay marketing among major American businesses, forever changing the way corporate leaders viewed the gay market and, ultimately, gay Americans. Keep up with Tim at www.focusgroupradio.com
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Dirty POP with Lance Bass Countdown for 2-28-14
#5: Not a Bad Thing - Justin Timberlake
#4: Empire – Shakira
#3: Ain't It Fun - Paramore
#2: Say Something – Pentatonix
#1: Goodbye - Glenn Morrison (featuring Islove)