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 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.

Idolator: Taylor Dayne Returns With A Banger Called “Live Without”

Taylor Dayne was one of the most unexpected artists in last week’s New Music Friday lineup. The big-lunged pop diva, who landed seven consecutive top 10 hits in the late ’80s, rolled out a new tune called “Live Without” and it’s a bone-rattling banger. “We haven’t spent that much time, but it seems like I’ve known you my whole life,” the flawless 57-year-old belts over Avedon’s electro-house production. “How can it be?” That leads us to the massive chorus, which makes full use of Taylor’s powerful pipes. Read more

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Taylor Dayne releases vivacious single ‘Live Without’ with Avedon

In May of 2019, platinum pop star Taylor Dayne releases her new single “Live Without,” where she collaborates with the Los Angeles-based artist Avedon. It is great to hear new music from dance music queen Taylor Dayne. The song has a retro vibe to it and an infectious dance beat to it, coupled with sassy and sultry vocals. “Live Without” is a high-octane dance anthem that will be a great banger for nightclubs and festivals. It encompasses elements of dance, rock, soul, R&B, adult contemporary, pop and even disco. Particularly impressive about Dayne is that she just celebrated her 30th anniversary in the music business, and her music is as relevant as ever. She has had 17 singles and earned three Grammy nominations and an American Music Award (AMA) along the way. Read more

billboard: Taylor Dayne Finds a Rhythm She Can’t ‘Live Without’ On New Single (Exclusive)

Veteran pop singer Taylor Dayne fulfills a vital need to dance on her new electro-pop anthem “Live Without,” premiering exclusively on Billboard today (May 9).

The dance-pop icon marks 30 years in the music industry with a song that feels just as fresh and boundary-pushing as her Hot 100 chart-topping smash “Love Will Lead You Back” that started it all. The singer continues to demonstrate her versatility on a track that blends the propulsive punch of modern dance music and tempered strength of a vocal pop track.
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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.