|The Human Part of Me||Faith Unashamed|| |
|Know You're Not||Know You're Not|| |
|You are Here Lord||Revisited, Vol. 2|| |
|Never Gonna Steal My Joy||In Between the Shades of Gray|| |
|Everything I Am||Everything I Am|| |
|Kickin' Back||Faith Unashamed|| |
|It's Just a Matter of Time||Everything I Am|| |
|What am I Gonna Do with You||Faith Unashamed|| |
|Even Me||Worship & Desperation|| |
|Hey! Glory, Hallelujah!||Voice of Worship|| |
Thomas Patrick Goss is an American singer-songwriter and actor. Goss has self-released five studio albums, one live album, two EPs, and multiple non-album singles. He has seen commercial success with his music featured on MTV's Logo TV. He won Best Gay Musician in DC from The Washington Blade, both in 2011 and 2012. Many of Goss' songs and music videos speak to LGBT issues such as marriage equality, DADT, and gay subcultures such as bears. Goss tours internationally, often playing at LGBT establishments. In 2014, Goss landed his first starring role in a feature film—the gay-themed Out to Kill.
Steve Grand is an American singer, songwriter and model from Lemont, Illinois, a Chicago suburb. He became an overnight internet celebrity and the music video of his first hit "All-American Boy" went viral on YouTube in less than a week in July 2013. This attention landed Grand on Good Morning America, CNN and other national media. On Good Morning America Steve shared how difficult it was for him to come out to his parents as a high school student—saying with obvious emotion "I felt like I was a shame to my parents and that there was no way I could ever make them proud.". Buzzfeed ranked the video on its list of the "24 Most Brilliant Music Videos from 2013", and Out magazine named Grand to its annual "Out100" list of the year's most compelling LGBT people. In addition to being a musician, Grand has become an active figure in the LGBT equality movement. He released his debut album titled All American Boy financed by a successful Kickstarter public funding campaign.