Today In Music History: 10/25/16The ladies take over Billboard on this day in 1986 and the laugh from the song "Thriller" is silenced.
Usher, Michael Bolton, Sheryl Crow to Politicians: 'Don't Use Our Song'They're fed up with having their music co-opted without permission. So they made a hilarious video about it, which debuted last night.
Cyndi Lauper Performs 'When You Were Mine' for PrincePrince released the song on his 1980 album 'Dirty Mind,' and Lauper covered it for her 1983 debut 'She's So Unusual.'
Paco Talks Candidly & Exclusively With Cyndi LauperWhen I spoke to Cyndi Lauper, I never imagined what a down to earth, sincere, deep thinker she was.
Cyndi Lauper and James Corden Duet on 'Girls Just Want Equal Funds'"Oh mama, dear, we're not the fortunate ones! / 'cause girls they want equal funds," Lauper sang at the start of the parody.
Cyndi Lauper Collaborates with Willie Nelson, Vince Gill and Yodeling Jewel on 'Detour'Cyndi Lauper called on some of the biggest names in country music when she decided she wanted to record an album of country standards.
Major Artists Boycott North Carolina In Protest Of The "Bathroom Bill"North Carolina passed HB2 banning people who identify psychologically/mentally with a different sex than the one they were born to use the bathroom of the sex they "identify with". Some entertainers are NOT performing in the state in protest. See who, and tell us how YOU feel about it!
Cyndi Lauper & Ani DiFranco Join 'Bathroom Bill' ProtestsThe artists are the latest to take a stand against North Carolina's controversial legislation.
Cyndi Lauper Coming To Dr. Phillips CenterCyndi Lauper is coming to the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts on June 9, 2016.
Cyndi Lauper's 'Kinky Boots,' Now In Orlando, One Of Many Pop Star Penned MusicalsCyndi Lauper's not the first pop singer to take on musical theater.
Cyndi Lauper's Country Album 'Detour' Features Willie Nelson, Emmylou Harris & More"When I was a really young kid, country music was pop music."
How Dolly Parton and Willie Nelson Inspired Cyndi Lauper's New Album"What would Dolly do?" That's a good question to ask oneself, at any given point in time, and it helped guide Cyndi's new album.