Veteran Hollywood reporter Greg Hernandez covers the gay celebrity scene, bringing you the scoop from newsmakers, creative types and keeping you up to date on entertainment, LGBT and political news. Gregg Alexander (born Gregory Aiuto; May 4, 1970) is an American singer-songwriter and producer, best known as the frontman of the New Radicals, who produced and co-wrote the international hit "You Get What You Give" in late 1998.Earlier in life he recorded two solo albums, Michigan Rain and Intoxifornication.He dissolved the New Radicals in 1999 to focus on production and songwriting work.
Greg Graffin returned to UCLA where he taught natural science courses. In a June 2008 interview with Bad Religion bassist Jay Bentley, he mentioned that Graffin would be teaching there from January to March 2009. In April 2011, Graffin revealed that he would return . Gould's record company said 'aren't we done with the gay equality thing yet?' and this video shows not by a long shot In only a few short hours a powerful music video telling true LGBTI stories has racked up millions of views. Australian singer Greg Gould released the short film music video of.
'Too gay' singer Greg Gould claps back with heartbreaking video Gould's record company said 'aren't we done with the gay equality thing yet?' and this video shows not by a long shot.