This article was published on January 5th, 2020
HomoCulture loves independent queer artists, and Brian Falduto is someone we’ve had an eye on for a while. Billed as “One of the 20 Most Influential, Outspoken and Optimistic” by PrideLife Magazine, the child actor and gay life coach is releasing his upcoming newest single “God Loves Me Too.” Brian Falduto’s new song is certain to be a queer anthem.
While you might not have heard his name, you most likely remember Brian Falduto in his breakout roll in the hot film that eventually spawned a Broadway musical, School of Rock. While working alongside mega stars like Jack Black, Joan Cusack, and Sarah Silverman, it was Brian Falduto’s standout line as the obviously gay kid when he said the funniest words in the movie:
“You’re tacky and I hate you.”
That mic drop in the middle of the film would catapult his character to LGBT iconic cult following status. Now as an adult out gay man, Brian is all grown up and ready to arrive in 2020 as the gay community’s newest country star.
Brian Falduto’s highly anticipated new tune “God Loves Me Too” is a song containing the important message that no one has to earn love and acceptance, but have to just simply exist. He wrote the song after several visits to the Hollywood Methodist Church, known for its inclusivity and welcoming attitude towards all people.
Bullied into coming out as gay in college, Brian turned the experience into something positive by becoming a certified I.C.F. Life Coach and using his experiences and overcall career in the entertainment industry as way to help other LGBT people. “God Loves Me Too” is an homage to his past, as well as a song celebrating people from all walks of life.
Check out Brian Falduto’s newest single “God Loves Me Too” and be on the lookout for more from this emerging queer country singer.