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Cyndi Lauper on Aging and Life in the Spotlight: 'You Can't Live Your Whole Life Worrying About Staying Famous'
Originally posted 07/28/2016 09:05AM
She's a pop star, an author, a country singer and the composer of Kinky Boots (one of Broadway's biggest hits) – and of course, the always outspoken Cyndi Lauper has a lot on her mind.
WATCH: Usher, Cyndi Lauper, Josh Groban and More Lament Politicians Playing Their Tunes – Through Music
Originally posted 07/25/2016 12:30PM
On Monday, Donald Trump made his grand Republican National Convention entrance to the strains of Queen – and they weren't happy.
Originally posted 04/11/2016 05:10PM
A veteran singer-songwriter who has been touring the world for more than 10 years, Sara Bareilles has witnessed plenty of onstage mishaps and behind-the-scene emergencies. But with her first musical, Waitress in previews on Broadway, the Grammy nominee has been introduced to an entirely new kind of disaster, and, on March 30 she encountered what she called the "most unexpected thing to happen yet."
Originally posted 05/06/2016 08:40PM
Back in 1990, Cyndi Lauper was working with alt-country singer k.d. lang, when lang noticed a little something unexpected in the vocal stylings of the pop icon.
Originally posted 02/17/2016 08:30AM
Country girls just wanna have fun!
Originally posted 06/17/2015 09:20AM
With Father's Day coming up on Sunday, Cyndi Lauper is celebrating her wonderful husband David Thornton, but also reminding sons everywhere that it's just fine to find their own paths in life.
The Goonies 30th Anniversary: Why Did Cyndi Lauper Hate the Theme Song 'The Goonies 'R' Good Enough'?
Originally posted 06/03/2015 02:20PM
Dear children of the '80s, The Goonies is 30 years old.
Originally posted 04/11/2015 06:35PM
Hard to believe, but on April 12, 1985, the teen flick Girls Just Want to Have Fun first hit theaters. Skip past the part where this 30th anniversary makes you feel old, and instead reflect on the fact that this film holds up remarkably well today.
Originally posted 01/25/2015 03:10PM
Thirty years ago, 45 of the biggest (and most diverse) names in American pop music came together on Jan. 28 to record a song with one purpose: ending famine in Africa.
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