Taylor on Statistics in Schools – U.S. Census Bureau

The U.S. Census Bureau is excited to share a new video featuring three-time Grammy nominated singer, mother, author, and music education advocate Taylor Dayne. In this video, Taylor talks about how the Statistics in Schools program helps students better understand the value and everyday use of statistics by providing online resources and activities in math, history, English, geography, and sociology.

Taylor opens up about touring with Michael Jackson in the ’80s and how music ‘saved’ her – Yahoo Lifestyle

Taylor Dayne is best known for belting out some of the most popular songs in the ’80s, including “Tell It to My Heart” and “Love Will Lead You Back.”

But the road to fame had its shares of highs and lows, starting with her childhood on Long Island. “It was very chaotic in our home growing up,” Dayne tells Yahoo Lifestyle. “My father was what we would call a rage-aholic. It was a very violent household. Read more

Closer Weekly Interview

Mom-of-Two Taylor Dayne Gushes About Motherhood: ‘My Children Have Taught Me How to Love’

As a 5-year-old on suburban Long Island, New York, dealing with “a tumultuous home environment” and a painful childhood operation, “the radio saved my life,” Taylor Dayne, 56, exclusively revealed to Closer Weekly in the magazine’s latest issue, on newsstands now. Read more.

Taylor on Hot Talk Week with Wendy Williams

Pop icon Taylor Dayne has sold over 75 million records worldwide and now has written a revealing new memoir, “Tell It to My Heart”.

Taylor opens up about having twins through a surrogate and what it’s like dating as a single mom.

Plus, Taylor dishes about opening for Michael Jackson on his “Bad Tour” and what happened the first time she met Prince.

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New York Post: Big-voiced ‘80s pop diva Taylor Dayne – ‘How I Iost my s–t’

“…she was born in New York Hospital – and grew up in Baldwin, Long Island – as Leslie Wunderman.

“I had to change my name — I couldn’t be Leslie,” says Dayne, who, after being told that she was “cool like a guy,” came up with Taylor Dane. Only problem was, she found out that there was a porn star with that same name shortly before releasing “Tell It to My Heart“ in 1987.“So we threw a ‘Y’ in there to match it with the ‘Y’ in Taylor.” – Read More