Music

She’s fierce, fun, and a fan of legendary movie scores. Not a trio of things one would usually link together, but Pandora Boxx is far from usual. The “RuPaul’s Drag Race” legend is here this weekend for the South Florida Pride Concert Band’s “May the Fourth Be With You” extravaganza.

The Indigo Girls — Emily Saliers and Amy Ray — are having a moment. Since the release of Greta Gerwig’s “Barbie” movie in the summer of 2023, in which the queer duo’s “Closer To Fine” was heard repeatedly, to today, when they are prominently featured in Tom Gustafson’s “Glitter & Doom” and Alexandria Bombach’s doc “Indigo Girls: It’s Only Life After All,” Indigo Girls are hotter than ever.

Sara Davis Buechner, one of the most vital concert pianists of our time, will present “Changing Keys,” a concert at the Sunshine Cathedral Performing Arts Center on Thursday, March 21.

Here in South Florida where I live, Pride begins early (in Hollywood in January), despite the Red State’s rulers’ intentions to erase us, and continues through October (in Miami Shores). While other places aren’t as fortunate, that doesn’t mean they can’t prepare well in advance of their Pride observances by listening to all the wonderful LGBTQ music available to us.

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