Musicana Latin-American Musicians' Collective
Instagram Account - Nashville' premiere music and culture collective highlighting works by latin-American creators
Our mission is to recruit, encourage, and support LGBTQ+ bluegrassers of all levels, promoting their advancement and acceptance within all areas of the bluegrass music industry and musical community. We aim to uplift the genre of bluegrass as a whole to receive LGBTQ+ folks openly, and to promote allyship with all marginalized peoples within the industry and musical community.
Shoes Off Nashville
The brainchild of songwriter Benn Park, Shoes Off Nashville is a multi-faceted project created to celebrate and empower the Asian Pacific Islander community in Nashville, Tennessee. Live music showcases are held and interview articles are published every month.
Boots Off | A shoes off Nashville playlist
(SHUFFLE ONLY) Classics and fresh bangers by Asian And Pacific Islander country artists! Curated by Shoes Off Nashville with the goal of balancing Asian And Pacific Islander representation to the best of its ability. Want to add a song? DM us on social media @shoesoffnash!
eQuality Events creates extraordinary opportunities where music can transcend gender, identity, genre, color, or who you love. It creates safe, welcoming, authentic, and affirming concerts and events that build communities and celebrates how music keeps us in tune with who we are and who we aspire to become. It seeks to change the narrative, create lanes, and open minds so that we focus on how being human is what unites us as human beings.
Rainbow Rodeo is YOUR queer country site, featuring art, essays, podcasts, interviews, and stories curated by the community, for the community. The articles are collected into a physical zine twice a year.
Queer & Country
The SongData Project explores the potential of using discographic and biographic data to learn more about how popular music genres form, develop, and evolve over time.
Rainey Day Fund
to support artists of color, artists with disabilities, artists in the 2SLGBTQIA+ community in the roots music sphere.
Gay Ole Opry
Why queer country music? Because sometimes you love a culture that doesn’t love you back. And when everyone came to the first Gay Ole Opry in April of 2011 in all their country finery, we knew we weren’t alone. We do it because we love the music and want to build a community to support queer country musicians.
Created with the underdogs of country music in mind. We are committed to uplifting and celebrating fans, artists and industry professionals that don't fit the country music mold.
Color Me Country
Hosted by Rissi Palmer, Color Me Country brings to the forefront the Black, Indigenous, and Latinx histories of country music that for too long have lived outside the spotlight and off mainstream airwaves.
Color Me Country Artist Grant Fund
to support artists of color in country music
Record Bin Radio Host Kelly McCartney gathers up the best trans, nonbinary and two-spirit artists in roots music.
Country Music Against White Supremacy
a group of BIPOC and white musicians, fans, and industry representatives committed to fighting white supremacy in country music. Take the #ChangeCountry Pledge.
Rainbow Rodeo Podcast
Rainbow Rodeo is *the* queer country podcast, featuring interviews and playlists with your favorite LGBTQ+ country stars.
Country Soul Songbook
an artist-driven media platform and production team that amplifies the voices, experiences, and stories of BIPOC and 2SLGBTQIA+ artists in Country, Americana, and American roots music.
Hosted by Hunter Kelly on Apple Music. Each show is a celebration of the progress we’ve made in the fight for equal rights and an important reminder of how far is left to go
RAMPD Recording Artists and Music Professionals with Disabilities
a group amplifying disability culture, promote inclusion, and advocate for accessibility with the music industry.
Home for Black artists and Black fans of country, blues, folk, and Americana music.
Queer country radio based out of Belfast Ireland
Black Opry Revue Radio
Playlist of Black artists of country, blues, folk and Americana
Gay Ole Opry Playlist
Karen & the Sorrows have been building queer country community in Brooklyn by running the Queer Country Quarterly and the Gay Ole Opry (gayoleopry.com) since 2011. Most of these bands have come to play for us, but some we're still wishing on!
country music for people who hate Country Music™️ // featuring Amythyst Kiah, Orville Peck, Brandi Carlile & more
Rainbow Rodeo: Playlist
A bi-montly playlist celebrating queer country, Americana, blues, and roots music.
Queerfolk Artists Nashville
LGBTQ+ artists | Nashville | Queerfolk shows 2021/2022
NPR Music playlist of queered country expression
BIPOC Country/Folk/Roots etc.
Ultimate Queer Country Playlist
From A-Listers to up and comers - here are some of the most wonderful LQBTQA tunes for you to hear from the Country Music Qmmunity. This list will continue to grow... #quiltbag #gaycountry #queercountry