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Cyndi Lauper – 30th June 2011 – HMV Hammersmith Apollo

In the eighties, Cyndi Lauper proved to be a juggernaut of pop fury providing the decade with some of the most iconic and memorable hits to represent the genre. Her wild and wacky individuality mixed with her hook laden records … Continue reading

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Concert review – Cyndi Lauper Symphony Hall, Birmingham

By Andrew Turton It wasn’t just the girls who had fun as families danced the night away with 80s pop icon Cyndi Lauper. With flame-red hair and her exuberant personality, Lauper gave the audience at Birmingham’s Symphony Hall all they … Continue reading

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Fun girl singing the blues

By Graham Walker Published on Thursday 23 June 2011 04:13 EIGHTIES pop princess Cyndi Lauper is still a girl who just wants to have fun – even if these days that means singing the blues. The chameleon post punk star with … Continue reading

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Review: Cyndi Lauper Memphis Blues Tour

GIRLS Just Wanna Have Fun hitmaker Cyndi Lauper has the perfect pop voice – full of melody, swagger and attitude, writes Graham Walker. But But can the lady sing the blues? It turns out she can, as she proves on … Continue reading

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Pop princess turns to the blues

AMERICAN singer and musical chameleon Cyndi Lauper comes to Sheffield City Hall on Friday, June 24 as part of her Memphis Blues world tour. She has already appeared in America, Canada, South America and Japan with her blues-focused live show … Continue reading

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Interview: Cyndi Lauper, songstress content to sing the blues

By Fiona Shepherd The tantalisingly effervescent Cyndi Lauper is still a girl who just wants to have fun, but she’s never happier than when singing the blues I HAD wanted to ask Cyndi Lauper about a whole bunch of stuff. … Continue reading

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