Lauper talked to the Build Series about her new song, “Hope,” and its cause, as well as her 30-plus year career and history as an outspoken artist for change.
Cyndi Lauper visited the Clubhouse on "Watch What Happens Live" Wednesday night. Andy Cohen asked Cyndi what she thought about Madonna’s fiery speech at the Women’s March in Washington, D.C., and Cyndi said she was glad Madonna was there, but thought her speech could have been better.
The Songwriters Hall of Fame have announced the diverse group of artists that will be enshrined as their Class of 2015:The Grateful Dead duo of Jerry Garcia and lyricist Robert Hunter, blues legend Willie Dixon, Cyndi Lauper, Linda Perry, Toby Keith and Country Music Hall of Famer Bobby Braddock. The Hall of Fame ceremony will take place June 18th at New York’s Marriott Marquis.
On April 1, Cyndi Lauper will release "She's So Unusual: A 30th Anniversary Celebration," a deluxe, two-disc reissue of the landmark album that turned the quirky little redhead with the big, big voice into a pop icon, and turned "Girls Just Want to Have Fun" into a feminist anthem for the new wave age.