Melissa Etheridge

She didn't name their paramour in common, telling the "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" star they'd "talk about that later."
She has been open about using cannabis to manage pain from cancer.
"God, hopefully things will be different in another year," the singer told HuffPost.
A Conversation with Melissa Etheridge Mike Ragogna: First of all, Melissa, congratulations on your first #1 album on the
But don't talk to her about salad. She finds it very boring.
ASCAP I CREATE MUSIC EXPO STRIKES AGAIN! A plethora of talented songwriters from a smorgasbord of genres will invade informative
As it turns out, lots of openly queer people have won Oscars. But you know what? I don't mind that Sam Smith didn't know that. It's a good thing that we've gotten to the point where it's possible to lose count of the number of openly queer people who've won Academy Awards.
In the mental health arena, beauty and hope aren't usually the first things that come to mind so we all need to shine the light on it when we see it.
A rainbow flag and Melissa Etheridge made this historic event one to remember.
I had the incredible good fortune of speaking to Melissa Etheridge on the phone recently about my favorite topic: manifesting. As the co-founder of a company focused on personal growth, I spend my days learning from incredible experts.
During this time, my "golden age" of music, I was going to a different show - from Green Day to Stone Temple Pilots to Pearl Jam (of course) - with my best bud Steve and hitting Tower Records to get the next breaking band weekly. It was an amazing time to listen, sing, and mosh.
She swiftly discovers French Canadian ancestors who were embroiled in a bitter lawsuit against a man who got their teenage daughter pregnant and refused to marry her, but there's more to the story than she first thinks.
Many people unfairly associate Springsteen only with the working man or a man's only musician -- that couldn't be further from the truth.