A-List Dallas’ Levi Crocker brings his voice and Inchwear to the rodeo circuit

Last week, I spoke with Levi Crocker from Logo TV’s “The A-List: Dallas” about what he’s been up to since season 1 aired…He’s about to embark on what will hopefully be an ongoing tour announcing IGRA (International Gay Rodeo Association) rodeos while also promoting his Inchwear underwear/swimwear/apparel line.

A-List Dallas’ James Doyle talks about growing up gay, bullying, and coming out

Some of the final words in last night’s episode were those from James Doyle expressing that life hasn’t always been a bottle of liquor, a bed of roses, and upper echelon trust funds…I was reminded that James told me about his experiences growing up gay, being bullied, and coming out to his parents…I think the timing’s right to share this part of the interview now.

Logo’s ‘A-List: Dallas’ interviews: Meet James Doyle

If you’ve watched the first two episodes of “The A-List: Dallas” on Logo, James Doyle doesn’t need much of an introduction. He seems like bit of an Austin Armacost from “The A-List: New York” with his drinking tendencies, a debatable former fling with a cast member, and that I do what I want and don’t worry about consequences attitude. At the same time, they really aren’t any more similar than that.

Logo’s ‘A-List: Dallas’ interviews: Meet Phillip Willis

Phillip Willis is Logo’s “The A-List: Dallas” cast gossip making him someone you either love or hate. Either way, keep your business at arm’s distance because this town crier will make sure word gets around.

Logo’s ‘A-List: Dallas’ interviews: Meet Levi Crocker

This brand new series “The A-List: Dallas” on Logo seems like it could also be named “The Levi Show” as much as Levi Crocker is front and center of the action. Gay boys love their cowboys, too, and as fellow cast member Taylor Garrett said in my interview with him, “Everyone here in Dallas has a Levi story.”