True Colors in a wide range

Songs with a gay sensibility aren't all diva-wailing-over-big-beat, tragic and torchy old standards or an earnest female folk singer warbling over an acoustic guitar. Gay artists — and quite a few sympathetic non-gay musicians — are moving the musical goal posts, making music that covers a wide range of genres.

Cyndi Lauper — "True Colors"

The B-52s — "Private Idaho"

Tegan and Sara — "Where Does the Good Go"

The Cliks — "Oh Yeah"

The Feeling — "Rosé"

Franz Ferdinand — "Michael"

Missy Higgins — "Secret"

The Hidden Cameras — "Music Is My Boyfriend"

Story of the Year — "'Is This My Fate,' He Asked Them"

Willie Nelson — "Cowboys are Frequently, Secretly (Fond of Each Other)"

Grizzly Bear — "Knife"

Amy Ray — "Late Bloom"

Final Fantasy — "The Arctic Circle"

Deerhunter — "Strange Lights"

Mark Eitzel — "Steve I Always Knew"

Joel Gibb — "That's Us/Wild Combination"

Magnetic Fields — "With Whom to Dance"

Sugar — "If I Can't Change Your Mind"

THE 411: True Colors with Cyndi Lauper, the B-52s, Rosie O'Donnell and Tegan and Sara. Table set-up. $59.50-$79.50 reserved; $39.50 lawn. 7 p.m. June 16. Chastain Park Amphitheatre, 4469 Stella Drive N.W., Atlanta. 404-249-6400, www.livenation.comMap it and review it.

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