A Showcase of Transgender Artists, Musicians, Writers and Performers

Trans-Genre Artists

Maxwell von Raven

Maxwell von Raven is a musician, songwriter and poet who currently resides on a homestead in the Zuni Mountains of rural western New Mexico. He is also a bit daunted by the prospect of writing this whole artist bio in third person, so I’m not. I’ve been singing and writing songs as long as I can… Read More »

Lenny Zenith

Lenny Zenith was a seminal New Orleans experimental power- pop / new-wave artist performing in New Orleans, LA in his 20s. Lenny Zenith started RZA just out of High school and quickly became a staple on the burgeoning New Orleans, punk-pop, new-wave scene, noted for innovated shows with added performative elements. Lenny’s vocal style and… Read More »

Joshua Aiden Benscoter: Rhythm Guitarist

Joshua Aidan Stone

Joshua Aidan Stone is 35 year old Trans man living in the St. Louis Metro area.  Josh has been playing guitar, and writing music for over 15 years.  It has been sometime since he has had much focus on his music, but he has hopes that this last year has brought some insight and inspiration… Read More »

Amelia Diamond

Writer, gardener, mother, wife, noisemaker, forest creature, queer, trans, mentally ill, and an excellent liar – Amelia Diamond copes with the misfortune of being unable to stop noticing the devastating beauty all around her by writing stories and making abstract noise music. Fiction and a bit of poesy here: http://xameliadiamond.blogspot.com/ Noise here: http://christinaamelia.bandcamp.com/ <3

(Self Portrait) Midwest GenderQueer

JAC Stringer

JAC Stringer, also known as Midwest GenderQueer, is a trans-genderqueer femme, (dis)abled-kid radical activist and performance artist. A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, JAC strives to create visibility, community, and resources for trans*and queer communities. JAC has lectured and performed across the USA and Canada with his work focusing trans* and queer education, social justice, femme… Read More »

Adam Cain

Sunofcain, Adam Cain’s brainchild band started out in his apartment with a drum machine and a small PA. Adam’s music experience came from 10 years in the school band playing trumpet and mellophone while teaching himself the drums on his brother’s kit when he got home from school. Later, in college at UNC-Wilmington, he learned… Read More »

Jack Pinder

As a kid, Jack Pinder always imagined himself becoming a pastor. He picked up a guitar at age 11, hoping to lead singalongs at his Lutheran sleepaway camp. Being religious didn’t really pan out for him, but he kept with lessons throughout his teenage years and became especially fond of classical and bluegrass guitar. Then… Read More »

Joshua Klipp

no single paragraph on a profile could begin to describe the bio of the cute little white guy who has now become his own one man boy band. the story begins in a memphis, tennessee, hospital, where i was born on an elevator going up. after many years lingering in the alternately freezing or baking… Read More »