A Showcase of Transgender Artists, Musicians, Writers and Performers

Trans-Genre Artists

StormMiguel Florez

There are plenty of male folk-twang Americana singer songwriters who sing about love, oppression, assimilation, and growing up an outcast in the U.S., but not many of them can say they learned to write songs at Girl Scout camp. StormMiguel Florez is a MexicanAmaricón singer/songwriter, performer, and producer who was born and raised as a girl… Read More »

K.A. Harrington

Originally from Northern New Jersey, K.A. Harrington has been living in San Diego since 2004. She has been involved in music projects, varying in genre, since early childhood.  In 2005, she was a founding member San Diego-based doo wop a Capella group The Royals, sharing the stage with legendary acts such as The Drifters, The Tokens, and… Read More »

Pat Paul Jammernegg

Pat Paul Jammernegg was born in Salzburg, Austria in 1979. Paul used to live in both Asheville, NC and Salzburg, currently he is planning on relocating and touring (new live readings in 2009). Reader’s Round Table Prize by the House of Literature in Salzburg, 2000. Published in the anthology book Langeweile! (Boredom!), 2002. First poetry in… Read More »

Vince “Loki” Diaz

Vince “Loki” Diaz is a 26 year old Comedian, Pagan, Priest, AND Goth who grew up in a Latino Roman Catholic background. He has been featured in American Goth, a documentary by Ryan Rhea (2005), and has done sporadic tour dates within the Missouri pagan and gothic communities. Born in San Truce Puerto Rico, and… Read More »

Trans-Genre

Too Much Information

Too Much Information (TMI) plays classic rock, blues, folk, and a growing list of original tunes. The band covers a wide range of artists, including Santana, John Mellencamp, Prince, The B52s, Bob Seger, Poison, REO Speedwagon, and many more. TMI’s music is universally fun and familiar, with a broad appeal to all ages. The band… Read More »

Kelly Shortandqueer

Kelly Shortandqueer has been making friends laugh with anecdotes about his life for years. He has brought this candid storytelling style of performance to the Tranny Roadshow stage, entertaining audiences with his honesty and humor since 2005. You can also find his stories in his zines, most recently his Shortandqueer series. Along with Jamez Terry,… Read More »

Leah Basarab

Leah B. (Ksenya Leah Basarab) creates experimental musical fragments and prose/narrative/essay form written works. Her musical pieces are an energized form of communication that involves sharing a myriad of emotions, memories, and opinions via varying vocalizations, a bass guitar, timing effects/layers, sometimes a piano, and more rarely a cello. Leah’s writing is (or has been… Read More »

Kelsey Jarboe

Kelsey Jarboe’s work is about collective memory, historical revisionism, and escapism, incorporating field recordings with songwriting, samples, spoken word, and abstract vocal improvisation. It attempts to evoke both familiarity and alienation: the uncanny of a home we have only seen on television or heard of in myth. The music is strongly influenced by both experimental… Read More »