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

Taylor Interviewed on Beautiful Writers Podcast


“I feel blessed to call Taylor a dear friend and can attest that she’s everything you’d hope a superstar to be — which you’ll soon experience as she opens up her heart and memories about the coolest details. Like what it was really like to open for Michael Jackson in a stadium of 60,000 people for his RAD tour. Or, what happened when Prince brought her on stage early in her career in a scene that will have you thinking, “Wait! Didn’t I just see Bradley Cooper do that with Lady Gaga in A Star is Born?!” – Bronwyn Saglimbeni & Linda Sivertsen

Parade Magazine – Pop Icon Taylor Dayne on Choosing Single Motherhood, Love and Power Tools

“If Taylor Dayne’s chart topper Tell It to My Heart was on a loop on your CD Walkman in your teens or 20s, you might be shocked to know it was just a little over 30 years ago—1988—when Dayne’s signature pop-dance anthem for the lovestruck hit the charts. Since then, Dayne has enjoyed Grammy-nominated Top 10 hits across three consecutive decades, starred alongside Warren Beatty in the movie Love Affair, headlined in Elton John’s award-winning Broadway production of Aida, and raised twins as a single mom by choice.” Read More

Taylor interviewed on NBC 6 South Florida

Taylor talks about her 30-year journey in the music business, the challenges for women today, and hints about her new book “Tell it To My Heart”.

Taylor Featured on ProfessorOfRock.com

ProfessorOfrock.com told Taylor’s story recently:

“To introduce this mini-documentary on multi-platinum artist Taylor Dayne, and her 1988 blockbuster album Tell It To My Heart, I wanted to put the record into context show how impactful it was on pop music history.

Taylor accomplished this tremendous success while battling it out on the charts with icons like Michael Jackson, George Michael, and Whitney Houston. Tell It To My Heart is one of only 68 non-soundtrack albums to have at least four top ten hits in the history of popular music.” continue reading

Taylor’s Agent, Bill Monot

We are deeply saddened to hear the news that Taylor’s booking agent and friend of many years, Bill Monot at Paradise Artists, passed away August 10 in Ojai, California. Bill co-founded the Paradise Artists agency with Howard Silverman in 1989.