Is an American singer-songwriter, musician, and painter. She achieved critical and commercial success with her first two albums, producing a string of single hits including "Damn I Wish I Was Your Lover", "Right Beside You", and "As I Lay Me Down".
Hawkins talked about experiences playing Janis Joplin in the show Room 105 and has always been very open about her attraction to people regardless of gender. “Me and Janis are really similar. Talking to several of her lovers, male and female, I’ve gotten that Janis— and I really relate to her on this— she really did love showing, expressing her love for people sexually. She loved being loved because she loved affection. She just loved the whole deal. She didn’t discriminate against women or against men, she was truly— and I am truly— omni-sexual. She was truly a bisexual woman. She made no bones about that and she would never have wanted to be labeled as gay. Ever. That’s what everybody says about her. And I agree with her— labels suck. “She achieved critical and commercial success with her first two albums, producing a string of single hits including "Damn I Wish I Was Your Lover", "Right Beside You", and "As I Lay Me Down".
She uses the term omnisexual to talk about her ability to love beyond gender, which places her safely under our welcoming bi umbrella.
Discography and credits
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