This week we chat with A-List Backup Singer and Songwriter Tabitha Fair. Tabitha has toured doing back up vocals for so many huge artists including Sting, Lady Gaga, Amy Grant, Bette Midler, written with Carole King and so much more. She tells us all about how she got into the world of being a back up singer, writing with Carole King on a writing camp with the song being featured in film as well as her recent single!
Today we are talking about Lady Gaga’s next release, Evan Rachel Wood taking a stand, and Scarlett Johansson and Chris Evan reunited on the big screen.
Today we’ve got Disney & Pixars Luca, new Waterparks, Lady Gaga’s dogs stolen, what’s happening with Mr. Potato Head, The Band Camino’s new music video, and Twitter’s Super Follow.
In a move completely fitting of her career, Lady Gaga is bringing the dance floor to you every Friday via a new radio show. Gaga Radio kicks off August 7th at 11am PT on Apple Music and it already has a star studded line up. Gaga’s latest album Chromatica is inspired by dance music so it’s fitting that the new show highlights the genre. Each week she’ll bring in DJs, divas, and producers to chat about the community. Her first episode features the executive producer of Chromatica, BloodPop. Mark your calendars and grab your dancing shoes—you’re gonna wanna be ready… Read more »
Lady Gaga wants to meet with President Barack Obama about her concerns over bullying. Gaga expressed sadness over Twitter Wednesday about the suicide death of a 14-year-old New York boy who had complained in an online video about being bullied over his sexuality.
Christmas came early for Lady Gaga fans this week, as Amazon sold downloads of the singer’s brand-new LP, “Born This Way,” for just 99 cents on Monday and Thursday of this week.
Industry sources told Billboard on Friday that Amazon sold some 440,000 downloads of the album – nearly all of which were the 99-cent version. Billboard will include the count normally for their weekly Billboard 200 chart.
Lady Gaga urged fans to ignore the anti-gay demonstration, but many showed up with signs of their own.
The singer talks life, love, health, wealth and religion on her new album.
Forget that ride on the disco stick … at least for now.
M.I.A. is known for her outspoken views, and in a new interview with British music magazine NME, the MC says she’s got a bone to pick with some of the latest pop culture trends, namely Lady Gaga and “Twilight.”