E News: Taylor Attends Kentucky Derby

The Kentucky Derby may be nicknamed “the greatest two minutes in sports,” but the conversation surrounding the outfits and hats at the annual race lasts way more than that.

The Derby is always home to some of the most over-the-top hats and headpieces that we see all year. It’s the time of year when everyone gets out their best pastels and sips on mint juleps while watching the fastest and best horses in the sport go head-to-head for the ultimate accolade.

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Women Who Inspire: Pop Icon Taylor Dayne

Remember having big hair? Wearing big makeup and black leather jackets, bustiers, miniskirts, and stockings? And singing along to pop icon Taylor Dayne’s dance anthem “Tell It to My Heart”?

Hard to believe, but that was 1987. More than three decades! Dayne, now 57, has had an enduring career: three Grammy nominations, a leading role in Elton John’s award-winning Broadway production of Aida, a movie with Warren Beatty (Love Affair), and more — all while raising twins as a single mom. But it wasn’t all fame, love, and roses. We recently chatted with the say-it-like-it-is songstress about her book and more.
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KTLA 5’s Frank Buckley Interviews Taylor Dayne

During this podcast, Taylor discusses her life and career including her father’s reaction to revelations in the book that she and other family members were victims of his abuse in the home. Taylor details her journey from aspiring singer to global star, and she reveals how medical challenges, panic attacks and agoraphobia, and her determination to have a child all contributed to who she is today. Read more.

Taylor talks with Vegas Magazine

With a career spanning 30 years, Dayne decided to add another job title to her resume: author. The Grammy-nominated singer has penned her memoir, Tell It To My Heart. Taylor, who performed to a sold-out show at The Silverton Casino this month, left no stone unturned in her tell-all book. We caught up with the singer, who revealed details on everything from touring with Michael Jackson to her favorite hot spots in Las Vegas.
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Face the Music w/Taylor

Did you find music, or did music find you? Meaning, was it a mutual attraction or did you just happen upon it? Did you have a natural creative urge or talent or did it come with work or later in life? Read more.

Las Vegas Sun: Pop favorite Taylor Dayne hoping for more Vegas time

You might know the powerful voice of Taylor Dayne from her many chart and radio hits between 1987 and 1990, memorable gems like “Tell It To My Heart,” “Prove Your Love,” “I’ll Always Love You” and “Love Will Lead You Back.” But the New York-born singer, songwriter, actress and now author has never stopped recording and touring and she’s had a semi-regular presence on the Las Vegas stage.

She’s back in town at the Silverton Saturday night, but Dayne says there could be many more Vegas visits soon. Read more.

Call Answered: Taylor Dayne speaks with “Call Me Adam”

Taylor Dayne is not only a powerhouse vocalist, she is a prolific songwriter who, for a span of three decades, has has cracked the Top 10 Billboard charts in every decade and has sold over 75 million albums and singles world wide. It was her song “Stand,” that really got me through some of the toughest times in my life. Whenever I’m in need of guidance, Taylor Dayne has a song to answer my quandary. Read more

BELLA New York Magazine – BELLA TV

Crosstown Connections host Valerie Greenberg catches up with Music Icon Taylor Dayne about her life, new memoir, her career, and so much more!

CBS-FM 101.1 in NYC – with Scott Shannon in The Morning

Take a look below at some of the fun we had during the ‘Big Show’ live broadcast, performance by Taylor Dayne and special appearances by guests Stu Leonard, Maury Povich, comedian Bob Saget and Saturday Night Live alum Kevin Nealon as we celebrated FIVE YEARS of Scott Shannon in the Morning on WCBS-FM