They're more than just about the music as sisters Tegan and Sara have set up the Tegan and Sara Foundation to help fight for the rights of LGBTQ women.
Scarlett Johansson and her band will be part of amfAR's The Time is Now AIDS benefit album that covers a number of songs from the 1980s.
As a way of paying it forward, Tegan and Sara's music video not only links icons of the LGBT community but also features its prominent younger generation.
How does a girl like Susan SurfTone get from being an FBI agent to becoming a rock star? Through patience, drive, and commitment despite your limitations.
Singer/song-writer Melissa Etheridge was so affected by the senseless tragedy of the Orlando shooting that she wrote a song called 'Pulse.'
Rock legends Prince and David Bowie fought against gender constraints and were able to attain the status of LGBT music icons with the queer community.
The year 2016 is starting to look like a terrible year for music as another icon has passed away: Prince (or Prince Rogers Nelson) at the age of 57.
Bruce Springsteen and Pearl Jam have made a stand against states with anti-LGBT legislation, with Boston the latest to join the boycott bandwagon.
Samantha Ronson-- coming from a legacy of music-- doesn't just play other people's songs as a DJ. She has also released her own album of sweet tunes.
As the curtains close on her Rebel Heart worldwide tour, Madonna has proven she's not only the No. 1 solo artist, she's No. 3 among all touring acts.