Booking Cyndi Lauper
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Cyndi Lauper was born in Queens, New York. She began her career in a band named Blue Angel, and in 1983 she released She’s So Unusual, a worldwide hit which made Lauper a household name. A mixture of teen-friendly pop-rock and edgier, almost punky sounds, the album’s biggest hit, ‘Girls Just Wanna Have Fun’, quickly established itself as a female anthem. The album also included ‘She Bop’, a paean to female masturbation, and the romantic ballad ‘Time After Time’, an instant ‘standard’ which has since been covered by over 70 artists (most notably Miles Davis).
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In 1986 – after recording the song ‘The Goonies ‘R’ Good Enough’ for the 1985 film The Goonies, Lauper released her second album, True Colors. Revealing a more mature sound and sensibility, it reached number 4 on the US album charts. The title song went on to become her second Platinum number 1 hit.
Lauper’s third album, 1989’s A Night to Remember, though critically well-received, was not as commercially successful as its predecessors, spawning just one hit, ‘I Drove All Night’, which was originally penned for Roy Orbison. In 1990 she joined many other guests for Roger Waters’ massive performance of The Wall in Berlin. In 1995 Lauper won an Emmy award for ‘Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series’ for her portrayal of wealthy contessa Marianne Lugasso in Mad About You. She also released 12 Deadly Cyns… and Then Some, a greatest hits compilation that included two new tracks, one of which was a remix of her first big hit, newly christened ‘Hey Now (Girls Just Wanna Have Fun)’. Her 1997 album Sisters of Avalon brought her back into the limelight. With subject matter even more adult than before, it was quickly embraced by the gay community for its disco and club stylings. In 1999 she co-headlined a tour alongside Cher, and contributed a cover version of the disco classic ‘Disco Inferno’ to the soundtrack of the film A Night at the Roxbury. She also garnered critical plaudits for her roles in several independent films including The Opportunists (with Christopher Walken) and Off and Running.
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