The first track released from the album is confirmed as “SAME OL’ STORY” and will be available from ITUNES on the 6th of May!
Dont forget to pre-order the album from Amazon:
Here is the cover art for Cyndi’s new album. The track listing has also been released with 2 bonus tracks in Japan.
01. High & Mighty
02. Into The Night Life
03. Rocking Chair
06. Same Ol’ Story
07. Raging Storm
08. Lay Me Down
09. Give It Up
10. Set Your Heart
11. Grab A Hold
12. Rain On Me
13. Got Candy( Japan / I-tunes Bonus Track)
14. Can’t Breathe(Japan / I-tunes Bonus Track)
“Pubs and Clubs Australia” is a local entertainment website. A fantastic article on Cyndi was just published, with some great quotes.
Read it here:
Cyndi Lauper has arrived in Australia. Here is an article and picture taken at Sydney Airport:
Another 2 page article has appeared in the Australian press.
“After bringing her individual sense of style to the streets of Queens, Cyndi Lauper continues to make a unique brand of music that challenges society and stands up for those who’ve supported her. Twenty-five years in the biz and it’s clear that this 54-year-old mother is still happy to show her true colours”
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Cyndi Lauper “I’m Still Having Fun”
A fabulous article has appeared in this weeks Woman’s Day ( one of Australia’s leading weekly magazines )
It is a 2 page interview with some very interesting answers.
Read the interview here:
Cyndi has been confirmed as a presenter for Thursdays Grammy awards!
The Australians love Cyndi! This 2 page article is definitely worth a read: http://www.midweek.com/content/story/theweekend_coverstory/still_having_fun/
Cyndi opened with Hole in My Heart and the crowds went wild! Read more of this great review on the Star Bulletin website: http://starbulletin.com/2008/01/02/features/story01.html
“Also in attendance and dancing happily was gay icon CYNDI LAUPER. Although she bopped in the DJ booth, she wasn’t quite so nice when she was out in the crowd.
When Dish came by, bowing and scraping and expressing endless love, Lauper told us that she “didn’t want to be bothered.” Oh, excuse Dish. How ridiculous of us to expect that a gay icon attending a gay dance party might find herself the subject of some queer adoration.
We’ll remember that you don’t want to be bothered the next time we’re asked to shell out big bucks for one of your concert tours, Cyndi.”
The full article can be found here: