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Cyndi Lauper is such an icon. She has been my idol since her 'She's So Unusual' album came out. Hat Full of Stars is one of my favorite songs that she's ever written - the whole album is amazing. I'm such a freakin' fangirl. :)

Originally posted by RAVEN on Sun 05 Nov, 2017

I'm a big fan too! Product of Misery & Sally's Pigeons are great songs as well! Have you seen her live? So good! :-)
#2982 Posted Sun 05 Nov, 2017 3:13 pm
I'm a big fan too! Product of Misery & Sally's Pigeons are great songs as well! Have you seen her live? So good! :-)

Originally posted by DrewRoss on Sun 05 Nov, 2017

I love those songs! I must have replayed Sally's Pigeons a hundred times when I first bought the album. I haven't had the chance to see her live, but I'm sure I would probably faint, haha.
#2983 Posted Sun 05 Nov, 2017 3:16 pm
I love those songs! I must have replayed Sally's Pigeons a hundred times when I first bought the album. I haven't had the chance to see her live, but I'm sure I would probably faint, haha.

Originally posted by RAVEN on Sun 05 Nov, 2017

Ha! She puts on a powerful performance and usually has a story before each song. I think she is doing another one of her "Home for the Holidays" Christmas show near you. ;-)
#2984 Posted Sun 05 Nov, 2017 3:22 pm
Ha! She puts on a powerful performance and usually has a story before each song. I think she is doing another one of her "Home for the Holidays" Christmas show near you. ;-)

Originally posted by DrewRoss on Sun 05 Nov, 2017

This is my bucket list of the top 5 entertainers I want to see live. (sans David Bowie & Freddy Mercury)

1. Barbra Streisand
2. Bette Midler
3. Cyndi Lauper
4. Journey
5. Heart
#2985 Posted Sun 05 Nov, 2017 3:38 pm
This is my bucket list of the top 5 entertainers I want to see live. (sans David Bowie & Freddy Mercury) 1. Barbra Streisand 2. Bette Midler 3. Cyndi Lauper 4. Journey 5. Heart

Originally posted by RAVEN on Sun 05 Nov, 2017

I was lucky enough to see both Bowie and Queen live, Freddie was the most unbelievable live performer as was Bowie. I had the luckiest student job when I was younger (a long time back) working at Hammersmith Odeon in London (now known as the Apollo) showing people to their seats on gig nights, then getting to watch the set........... saw some amazing bands and really broadened my musical undestanding, because to work in the “big bands” nights you had to do the “small” bands as well :)
#2986 Posted Sun 05 Nov, 2017 4:00 pm
I was lucky enough to see both Bowie and Queen live, Freddie was the most unbelievable live performer as was Bowie. I had the luckiest student job when I was younger (a long time back) working at Hammersmith Odeon in London (now known as the Apollo) showing people to their seats on gig nights, then getting to watch the set........... saw some amazing bands and really broadened my musical undestanding, because to work in the “big bands” nights you had to do the “small” bands as well :)

Originally posted by Vuya on Sun 05 Nov, 2017

Wow, that sounds like an incredible job - the benefits alone are worth it! :)
#2987 Posted Sun 05 Nov, 2017 4:20 pm
This is my bucket list of the top 5 entertainers I want to see live. (sans David Bowie & Freddy Mercury) 1. Barbra Streisand 2. Bette Midler 3. Cyndi Lauper 4. Journey 5. Heart

Originally posted by RAVEN on Sun 05 Nov, 2017

That's quite a list! Journey is on my list, but it would have to be with Steve Perry though. ;-)
#2988 Posted Mon 06 Nov, 2017 3:08 pm
I was lucky enough to see both Bowie and Queen live, Freddie was the most unbelievable live performer as was Bowie. I had the luckiest student job when I was younger (a long time back) working at Hammersmith Odeon in London (now known as the Apollo) showing people to their seats on gig nights, then getting to watch the set........... saw some amazing bands and really broadened my musical undestanding, because to work in the “big bands” nights you had to do the “small” bands as well :)

Originally posted by Vuya on Sun 05 Nov, 2017

Wow! Bowie and Queen? That must have been a great job! ;-)
#2989 Posted Mon 06 Nov, 2017 3:10 pm
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