WGN-TV: Taylor Dayne on new book, influential musical artists she’s met


1987 pop icon Taylor Dayne makes an appearance in the studio to talk about her new book and some influential artists she met throughout the years of her career.

Her book celebrates 30 years of her hit song, “Tell it to my Heart” as well as the memories she made with the inspiring people in her life such as Michael Jackson, Prince, and Aretha Franklin. This weekend, Taylor Dayne will be attending “Pride in the Park” to celebrate LGBTQ community alongside other musical talents. Watch the clip.

Spectrum News: Taylor Dayne Reflects on 30-Year Anniversary of Hit Songs

Thirty three years later, there isn’t a single visible wave left in Taylor Dayne’s hair. Those curls may not have stood the test of time, but her music is a different story.

Dayne rose to fame literally overnight with the 1987 pop dance song, “Tell It To My Heart.” Within one year, she was opening for Michael Jackson.

“I think I communicate through music the way I feel. Whether it’s “Prove Your love” or “Tell It To My Heart” it comes through and I think there’s a massive connection,” she said.

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Exclusive: One on One With Gay Icon Taylor Dayne


Taylor Dayne is no doubt many things. Gorgeous, extremely talented, a legend in the music industry and of course…a gay icon.

The Long Island native (like me!) has given us a ton of deliciously wonderful hits to bop to over the past thirty years including “Prove Your Love”, “With Every Beat Of My Heart” and my personal favorite “Love Will Lead You Back”.

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Taylor Dayne, Martha Wash bring ‘80s flair to ATL for HIV benefit

Positive Impact Health Centers’ annual fundraiser is serving ‘80s realness with performances by powerhouse pop and dance divas Taylor Dayne and Martha Wash.

The Party With Impact ‘80s Concert & Dance Party takes place on Saturday at the Tabernacle, with proceeds helping the non-profit provide HIV care and support services.

Dayne, who’s best known for her hits “Tell It To My Heart,” “Love Will Lead You Back” and “Prove Your Love,” is ready to deliver the hits and get people dancing.

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Taylor Dayne rocking the Riverside Casino

Taylor Dayne is in a reflective mood six months after her memoir, “Tell It to My Heart,” hit shelves.

“It’s been a long journey,” Dayne said by phone from her Los Angeles home. “I can’t help but look back and be proud. I can’t help but think of my parents and their support of this kid who was compelled to become a rock ’n’ roll star.”

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MobileBeat.com – Two Decades on, Singer Still Connects to Crowds with a Powerful voice and Authenticity

Once of the biggest female artists to come out of the 80s was Taylor Dayne. Her smash single “Tell It To My Heart” ruled the charts and the dancefloors. It’s still a go-to song for many DJs spinning a classic dance set. For over thirty years she has been writing, creating anfd touring around the world. Taylor recently released a brand new dance track, “Live Without,” in May 2019. This year also marked another milestone for the veteran artist: the release of her candid memoir, “Tell It To My Heart”. Read more.

St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Taylor Dayne says Pride events are ‘the best audience ever’

Pop-dance singer Taylor Dayne has performed for countless audiences since bursting through in 1988 with “Tell It to My Heart.” But she does have a favorite audience: fans at Pride month events.

“They’re the best audience ever,” she says. “Everybody is there to be together, and when they’re there, it’s complete joy. Everyone is there to share that moment”.
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WGN Chicago: Taylor Dayne on new book, influential musical artists she’s met

1987 pop icon Taylor Dayne makes an appearance in the studio to talk about her new book and some influential artists she met throughout the years of her career.

Her book celebrates 30 years of her hit song, “Tell it to my Heart” as well as the memories she made with the inspiring people in her life such as Michael Jackson, Prince, and Aretha Franklin. This weekend, Taylor Dayne will be attending “Pride in the Park” to celebrate LGBTQ community alongside other musical talents.
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Disney: Eat to the Beat concerts back, big time, at Epcot

“The event features three concerts per night — included in regular Epcot admission — at the theme park’s America Gardens Theater. The concerts begin Aug. 29 (a.k.a. Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge Debut Day at Disney’s Hollywood Studios) and run through through Nov. 19. (The festival itself runs through Nov. 23.)” Read more from the Orlando Sentinel

Taylor appears October 3 and 4.

NJ Arts.net: Taylor Dayne shares story of old fears and new purpose in memoir

Taylor Dayne began her career by singing in small New York venues. Come 1987, however, her single “Tell It to My Heart” made her an overnight star in Europe, and within a year she was playing football stadiums on Michael Jackson’s Bad Tour. To date, she has sold more than 75 million albums and singles worldwide.

In this conversation, Dayne touches on her struggles, discusses her book and her early career, explains why she’s not as famous as others think she should be, and reveals which songs she really enjoys singing (and which ones she doesn’t). Read more.