Brannan’s music career soon took off as he utilized Myspace, You Tube and Blogspot to routinely upload self-made music videos.
He soon developed a loyal fan base and in 2008, Brannan released his debut album in 2009.
Jordanian-American Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter, Ferras grew up in a small town in Illinois where he never felt like he really fit in.
After his parents divorced, his father kidnapped him and brought him to Jordan, where he began playing a Casio keyboard and began writing his own songs.
We also decided to omit those musicians who appeared to flirt with being bisexual, but ultimately seem to consider themselves straight, such as David Bowie, or musicians who have talked in vague generalities about bisexuality but again ultimately seem clearly heterosexual, such as Green Day front man Billie Joe Armstrong.
So here we are with a list honoring those out and proud men who have paved the way for many others like them and many more who will surely come.
These men have been a positive influence for GLBT youth around the world, and by their honesty they have helped shape the current climate and acceptability for being an openly gay male artist in today’s music industry.
These are artists who risked their careers to be true to their sexuality, and who make us proud to be the gay and bi men that we are.
In the same year he participated in the True Colors Tour alongside Cyndi Lauper, the Indigo Girls and Joan Jett.
Ford appears in the music video for Lauper’s 2008 single “Into the Nightlife.” Ford’s second album features his versions of tracks from artists like Britney Spears’ “Trouble” and Robyn’s “With Every Heartbeat.” So what kind of man is someone like Colton Ford into?