Toby Keith, Cyndi Lauper and Jerry Garcia are the newest songwriters to be inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame.
But it was a bit “Hollywood” for the avowed conservative.
Aloe Blacc, Robin Thicke and Melissa Etheridge will also perform at the 17th annual concert.
The ’80s pop icon received her first Tony win last night, winning Best Original Score for her musical ‘Kinky Boots.’
Cyndi Lauper‘s signature hit “Girls Just Want to Have Fun” turns 30 this year. Originally written in 1979 by Robert Hazard, Lauper released the track on September 6, 1983, and it soared to No. 2 […]
This year’s Tony Awards pits a little girl with a very wild imagination against a man who sure knows how to make a good pair of high-heeled boots. Cyndi Lauper‘s musical Kinky Boots earned 13 […]
A new reality show on WE tv takes a look at the inner workings of Cyndi Lauper’s life. But even though the show is called, She’s So Unusual, a nod to her 1984 debut album […]
“I called and said [to relatives], ‘Why did you guys leave him,’ Lauper said. “And they just didn’t think it was going to get that bad.”
Cyndi makes her debut as a songwriter on the Great White Way.
When Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider started a brief stint as club owner Dennis in Broadway’s Rock of Ages in fall 2010, he made a point of owning his theater newcomer status – no diva […]