Linda Perry
American musician
Linda Perry
Linda Perry is an American rock musician, songwriter, and record producer. Once best known as the lead singer and primary songwriter of 4 Non Blondes, Perry has founded two record labels and has become a major songwriter and producer. She has written and produced hit songs for several successful female singers, including P!nk (who had a #1 hit with Perry's "Get the Party Started"), Christina Aguilera (who had a #1 hit with Perry's "Beautiful"), and Gwen Stefani.
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A-Sides with Jon Chattman: Neon Tree's Tyler Glenn on 'Excommunication' and Rising Above Abandonment; Rumer Willis Hits the Road with 'Love'
Huffington Post - 4 months
Music can sometimes be the best form of therapy, and sometimes inspiration can grow out of your darkest hour. For Tyler Glenn, both have applied. It's been a rocky road and spiritual awakening for the Neon Trees frontman ever since he came out as gay in 2014. Last fall, the Mormon-raised musician was stunned when the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) initiated a new policy that those in same-sex marriages are dissenters and would prevent their children from being blessed or baptized. With that news, Glenn naturally felt abandoned. But sadness eventually gave way to liberation as he plotted his debut album fittingly called Excommunication, which he dubs "a break-up record." Neon Trees collaborator Tim Pagnotta produced the album. In addition to his solo work, Glenn appears alongside such artists as Mary J. Blige, Britney Spears, and Meghan Trainor on "Hands," a musical tribute to the 49 victims of the Pulse Nightclub shooting in Orlando, Florida. I spoke to him re ...
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Lady Gaga Reveals Family Connection To Oscar-Nominated Song About Sexual Assault
Huffington Post - about 1 year
Lady Gaga delivered a tour de force performance of her Oscar-nominated song "Til It Happens to You" at the Producers Guild of America Awards on Saturday night. (Before we get into this, what in the sweet name of Cher is going on with your lace-front wig, Gaga?! Something must be done.) The powerful ballad, co-written by Diane Warren, is featured in "The Hunting Ground," a documentary exposé on campus rape.  The Golden Globe winner had already opened up about her personal connection to the song's themes -- in December, Gaga revealed she was raped as a teenager -- but further elaborated on the PGAs stage.  Before performing, she spoke to the importance of advocating for sexual assault victims in her own family.  "A big thank you to everyone who has supported this song. It's not only an important issue to me, but it's an important issue to my family," she bravely told the star-studded audience. "Because when my father's sister was in college, she was sexually assaulted and t ...
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Christina Aguilera Slays Your Faves With Cover Of John Lennon's 'Mother'
Huffington Post - about 1 year
Christina Aguilera came out for the gays Tuesday night.  At a celebration for Linda Perry's song "Hands of Love," from the movie "Freeheld," Xtina brought the house down with a performance of John Lennon's heartwrenching ballad "Mother." Aguilera's soulful rendition shows the singer at her best -- commanding the stage with unparalleled vocal skills and showing off more runs than your most busted pair of stockings. (Watch her performance above.) Perry also took to the stage to perform some Led Zeppelin.  Perry's song, "Hands of Love," which she wrote in just 45 minutes, is performed by Miley Cyrus for the film starring Ellen Page and Julianne Moore. The track might be a contender in the race for Best Original Song come awards season.  Unfortunately, Miley wasn't in attendance to perform it herself because of her stay in Australia, possibly with ex-fiancé Liam Hemsworth.  "Miley wanted to be here but couldn't make it back from Australia in time, so she says h ...
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Miley Cyrus And Her Tongue Help Raise $50,000 For Charity
Huffington Post - over 1 year
Miley Cyrus had quite the night at the LGBT Center's Vanguard Awards Gala Saturday evening. Not only was she honored with an award for her work with LGBT homeless youth, but she also helped raise some serious cash for the center's Los Angeles branch.  Dressed as a rebel mermaid who washed up in Lisa Vanderpump's rose garden, Miley commanded the red carpet in a floor-length pink gown, carrying a seashell clutch and sporting her now-signature blonde dreadlocks (please stop).  At one point, Cyrus jumped onstage to help musician Linda Perry auction off a white grand piano donated by "Orange Is The New Black" star Ruby Rose.  In typical Miley fashion, she used perhaps her most famous asset other than her voice -- her tongue -- to christen the instrument. The piano ended up selling for a cool $50,000. The center honored Cyrus with a Vanguard Award for her work with the Happy Hippie Foundation, which she launched in May. The nonprofit organization is dedicated to helping hom ...
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A-Sides with Jon Chattman: "Cowboys" K's Choice Ride Again; Get "Gone" With Hemming
Huffington Post - over 1 year
"Breathe it in and breathe it out And pass it on, it's almost out We're so creative, so much more We're high above but on the floor" "Not an Addict" is one of the best songs to come out of the 1990s. It really is. Given the time in which it came out (1995), it struck a chord lyrically for those still reeling from the loss of Kurt Cobain, Shannon Hoon, and Bradley Nowell. Wrenching words aside, it's a sonic masterpiece that has held up as well as Sophia Loren's breasts. K's Choice, the band behind it are arguably best known for that track, but there's "so much more" to them. Go back and listen to Paradise in Me and you'll find "Not an Addict" isn't even the best song off the LP. Oh, and it's not like they stopped there. They've released some great stuff in the 2010s. Speaking of which, K's Choice (Belgian brother/sister duo of Sarah and Gert Bettens) just released a new full-length album The Phantom Cowboy and it has some giddy-up. Produced by Alain Johannes (Queens of the Sto ...
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The 'N' Word: Nuance, Stop and Frisk and Don Lemon
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Twitter is exploding right now. CNN's Don Lemon is the focus of 140-character rage as accusations fly back and forth that his weekly Tuesday radio commentary on The Tom Joyner Show was a defense of stop and frisk -- a NYPD policy that, on the one hand, criminalizes millions of black and brown men and, on the other hand, gets credited for a declining crime rate by the likes of former mayor Bloomberg and police chief Ray Kelly. Stop and Frisk is a policy that is passionately hated, debated and defended. The tweeted headline for Lemon's piece was, "Would You Rather Be Politically Correct Or Safe & Alive?" The headline sparked a storm before the content could be more clearly heard. The devil was in the details of Lemon's commentary, which did not defend stop and frisk at the outset. This was about the 'n' word. No, not that one: nuance. What Don Lemon initially said was powerful and crucial. He argued that "stop, question and frisk" had been so abused it could no longer be seen as a v ...
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Sara Gilbert: Johnny Galecki Helped Me Accept My Sexuality
Seattle Pi - over 3 years
[...] Gilbert had been dating her co-star Johnny Galecki, but after the couple would make out, Gilbert would always get depressed. Gilbert then began a relationship with a woman, though she was nowhere near ready to go public with her secret. Gilbert, who's engaged to Linda Perry, revealed that even now when I talk about my sexuality on the show or in public I still feel really scared. [...] I'll try and act confident or I'll make jokes about it, but there's still a piece of me that goes 'Well, what is this costing me in my career? Fall Preview: Get scoop on 40 of your favorite returning shows I called him and I just said, 'Is it OK - I'm thinking of talking about this, Gilbert said, adding with a laugh, The story sort of starts with you. [...] I've got to say I made out with you and got depressed, which is kind of a bummer.
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WATCH: Sara Gilbert Reveals "Hairy" Leg To Demonstrate Lesbian Stereotype
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Stereotypes are a part of every culture and the hosts of CBS' "The Talk" recently tackled them head on with the help of a few props and a lot of humor. While Aisha Tyler was wore a few gold chains and a grill and Sharon Osbourne flashed decaying teeth while drinking tea, Sara Gilbert, who is an out lesbian, wore a backwards cap with a flannel shirt and a pair of Birkenstocks with socks. She also proudly put her foot on the table and revealed a strikingly "hairy" leg. Watch as Gilbert, who recently became engaged to superstar music producer Linda Perry, and the other "The Talk" hosts explain when a stereotype is OK and when it isn't. (h/t: She Wired)
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Is Justin Hiding Something?
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
Iconic singer-songwriter Linda Perry joined HuffPost Live Thursday to discuss her inspiration behind writing some of pop music's biggest songs, including Pink's "Get This Party Started." Perry also commented on some of today's hottest musicians and shared her opinion on one of the biggest: Justin Bieber. Perry, who has been very open about her own sexuality, jokingly said that she wished Bieber would come over to her team.
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Sara Gilbert and Linda Perry are engaged
CBS News - almost 4 years
"The Talk" co-host and former "Roseanne" star shared the happy news on Monday's episode of the CBS daytime talk show
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Pandora's Web radio bill is doomed - well, for now (Greg Sandoval/CNET)
Mediagazer - about 4 years
Greg Sandoval / CNET: Pandora's Web radio bill is doomed — well, for now  —  If yesterday's hearing on Capitol Hill was any indication, Internet Radio Fairness doesn't have enough Congressional support.  —  Linda Perry, the song writer who penned Christina Aguilera's hit tune ‘Beautiful,’ saw the song played …
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Weekend Plans: L.A. Gay And Lesbian Center’s An Evening With Women
Psych Central - almost 5 years
If you’re going to be in the Los Angeles area tomorrow with an extra $300 to $25,000 in your pocket, you might want to check out An Evening With Women. Starting at 6 p.m. on May 19, 2012, the Beverly Hilton Hotel will host An Evening With Women, an L.A. Gay and Lesbian Center event designed to raise funds for the center’s services to the LGBT community. Organized by singer and songwriter Linda Perry and event producer Brent Bolthouse, An Evening With Women will include some of the most influential women in music and entertainment. Indeed, Aimee Mann, Wanda Sykes, Kat Von D, and Samantha Ronson will join headliner Courtney Love and special guest Camp Freddy. In addition to cocktails and entertainment, guests can take part in a silent auction, bidding for items like Linda Perry’s 1983 Customized Harley Davidson Fat Boy, a tattoo from Kat Von D, and a chance to meet Celine Dion. Sounds like a fun time, and Perry’s definitely focused on Saturday night’s success, but her lo ...
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'Smash' Soundtrack Review: Everything's Coming Up Skimpy
The Wrap - almost 5 years
There's an old adage that goes “Leave ‘em wanting more,” and although that may not be a specifically Broadway or TV adage, it's been adopted for the “Smash” soundtrack album, which solves the problem of whether to fill the disc up with pop covers or musical-comedy originals by not offering enough of either. Another five-letter S-word would seem to apply: s-k-i-m-p. For the first eight numbers on “The Music of Smash,” you get the “Glee” side of the series, with Katharine McPhee, Megan Hilty, and other cast members running through contemporary hits by the likes of Christina Aguilera, Carrie Underwood, and Florence + the Machine. The final five slots are given over to the show-within-a-show tunes composed in an old-school style by celebrated “Hairspray” composers Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman. On iTunes, cherry-pickers can find 37 songs from the TV show (out of almost 50 that have been on the air in Season 1). So when the CD wraps up after just 13 songs and 40 minutes, you' ...
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Sara Gilbert, Linda Perry Make Red Carpet Debut as Couple
US Magazine - almost 5 years
The Talk host and the 4 Non Blondes rocker stepped out together at the GLAAD Media Awards in L.A. Saturday night This article originally appeared on Sara Gilbert, Linda Perry Make Red Carpet Debut as Couple
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Linda Perry
  • 2015
    Age 49
    Perry co-wrote a song with Adele for her 2015 album 25 titled "Can't Let Go'"which was included as a bonus track on the Adele 25 - Target Deluxe Edition.
    More Details Hide Details Perry played piano, produced and engineered the track. In July 2011, Perry started to publish a set of acoustic cover songs that she recorded with her iPhone, including "Mad World" by Tears for Fears, "Just What I Needed" by The Cars, and "Creep" by Radiohead, among many others. On her Facebook account, she wrote: "iPhone sessions are me sitting at my piano an recording song into iPhone voice memo. Then I post it. Very simple enjoy:)" Perry is openly lesbian. She famously displayed the slang word "dyke" on her guitar for a performance with 4 Non Blondes at the 1994 Billboard Music Awards.
    In 2015, Perry wrote the theme song for the film Freeheld titled "Hands of Love," performed by Miley Cyrus.
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    In June 2015, Perry was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame at a ceremony in New York.
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    Gilbert gave birth to their son Rhodes Emilio Gilbert Perry, on February 28, 2015.
    More Details Hide Details Perry is stepmother to Gilbert's son and daughter from a previous relationship. "Weak With Love" Guitar and Backing Vocals by Linda Perry "Lonely Girl" featuring Linda Perry "So It Goes" Music and Lyrics by Gordon Gano, Vocals by Linda Perry also featuring Frank Ferrer "Stupid Star" performed by Gina Gershon, Linda Perry & Patty Schemel "Happy" Additional Vocals by Linda Perry "Enter the Circus" performed by Linda Perry (uncredited) "Chompin' on a Bit" performed by Planet Swan featuring Linda Perry & Sierra Swan "Paranoid Android" Operatic Vocals by Linda Perry "Superstar" & "Race With Time" Backing Vocals by Linda Perry "Am I Still the One?" performed by Daniel Powter with Linda Perry
    Perry is scheduled to appear as the house band in a special series of late night editions of The Talk airing the week of January 12, 2015 in the 12:34 am time slot of the The Late Late Show.
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    Perry was also inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2015.
    More Details Hide Details Perry was born in Springfield, Massachusetts. Growing up in an artistic and musical household, Perry displayed musical talent and interest from an early age. Despite struggling with kidney disease and then drug addiction, she still focused on music.
  • 2014
    Age 48
    In 2014, Perry appeared in the VH1 reality television show Make or Break: The Linda Perry Project, in which she worked with up-and-coming musicians, including winner Hemming.
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  • 2011
    Age 45
    Perry began a relationship with actress Sara Gilbert in 2011. They announced their engagement in April 2013 and married on March 30, 2014.
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  • 2010
    Age 44
    In 2010 and 2011, Perry, along with Fox Entertainment Group, was the Presenting Sponsor of the Los Angeles talent show STARFEST, benefiting The L.A.C.E.R. Afterschool Programs.
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    In 2010, Perry worked with KT Tunstall and wrote a few songs with her, some of which would later be featured on Tunstall's third studio album Tiger Suit, released in September of that year.
    More Details Hide Details Perry announced on her Facebook and Twitter profiles in June that she was "going to make an album" with her new band Deep Dark Robot, which she founded with Tony Tornay. The album, 8 Songs About a Girl, was promoted with the single "Won't You Be My Girl? " Perry imagined the name Deep Dark Robot as part of an ad-libbed song lyric—"deep dark robot falling in love"—and decided to hang onto the name for her next musical project. The band released the album in March 2011 and began touring. Perry also worked with Rivers Cuomo and Weezer on their song "Brave New World."
    Aguilera's fourth studio album, Bionic, released in 2010, included another track, written and produced solely by Perry, "Lift Me Up."
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  • 2009
    Age 43
    Perry was in a relationship with actress Clementine Ford from 2009 to 2010.
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    She wrote and produced "A Loaded Smile" for the 2009 debut album For Your Entertainment by Adam Lambert.
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  • 2008
    Age 42
    Perry signed the group Little Fish to her label in 2008 and began producing its album, titled Baffled and Beat, which was released in August 2010.
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  • 2007
    Age 41
    Perry won an award from the San Francisco chapter of the Recording Academy for her contribution to the world of music. The years 2007 and 2008 saw more tunes written or produced by Linda Perry: The Section Quartet, Alicia Keys, Vanessa Carlton, and Gina Gershon.
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    2007 saw Perry working with Vanessa Carlton on her third studio album, Heroes and Thieves.
    More Details Hide Details She also co-wrote and did session work on many of the songs on Sierra Swan's solo album, Ladyland. She continued work with Courtney Love, Kelis, Cheap Trick, Ziggy Marley, Ben Jelen, Skin, Enrique Iglesias, The Format on the song "Dead End," and "Darker Side of The Moon" on Bay Area artist Goapele's Change It All album.
  • 2005
    Age 39
    Releases for 2005 included Kelly Osbourne's second album, which was written and produced by Perry.
    More Details Hide Details The lead track from Osbourne's second album, "One Word," reached the top of the UK and US dance charts. Perry contributed to Christina Aguilera's third studio album, Back to Basics (2006). Perry and Aguilera co-wrote every song.
    Perry has signed with the independent label Kill Rock Stars Records, who re-released her solo album In Flight in October 2005.
    More Details Hide Details Featuring new artwork, the re-release includes original videos for "Fill Me Up" and "Freeway". In 2008, Perry played guitar in the video for Christina Aguilera's "Save Me From Myself." Perry made a live appearance at "Hope For Haiti Now" playing piano while Aguilera premiered a stripped-down version of their song "Lift Me Up." She also made guest appearances on Hole's "Nobody's Daughter" tour and on a concert of the Perry-signed band Little Fish in London. In May 2010, Perry again hosted the "Evening with Women" at L.A.'s Gay and Lesbian Centre, where she reunited with P!nk for a live duet of Perry's song "What's Up?" Christina Aguilera invited Perry to her VH1 Storytellers concert in May 2010. Perry played piano to Aguilera's "Beautiful" and talked about the song. On November 5, 2010, Perry appeared live in San Francisco with 4 Non Blondes guitar player Roger Rocha at TwentyFifty (formerly CELLSpace). The appearance celebrated the release of Rocha's album with his band The Golden Hearts. It was the first time in 20 years the two had appeared together live. Perry performed a solo set of cover tunes, including Radiohead's "Creep" and Soundgarden's "Black Hole Sun." Perry and Roger Rocha performed one song together, Led Zeppelin's "Since I've Been Loving You."
  • 2004
    Age 38
    The year 2004 also saw the release of Courtney Love's solo America's Sweetheart, to which Perry heavily contributed.
    More Details Hide Details A song called "Girls & Boys", which was originally intended for Pink but later recorded by Britney Spears, was released as a bonus track on Spears' European DVD release. The track marked Perry's foray into more electroclash-inspired tunes. She collaborated with art-dance duo Fischerspooner on a few songs for their upcoming release and ended the year with a few co-writing credits on Gwen Stefani's debut, Love. Angel. Music. Baby., including the album's first single, "What You Waiting For? " Additionally, her Atlantic-distributed label, Custard Records, was launched to promote two new acts, Sunshine and James Blunt. She produced and played guitar on the recording of Blunt's song "No Bravery". The year ended with Perry co-writing "Save Me" for the southern California punk rock band Unwritten Law.
    For most of 2004, Perry remained behind the scenes, making another appearance with Camp Freddy, this time at Los Angeles' Live 103's Birthday Concert.
    More Details Hide Details She joined Lisa Marie Presley on stage for songs they wrote together.
  • 2003
    Age 37
    In 2003, Perry won two ASCAP awards for her songwriting, and a Grammy Awards nomination for her song "Beautiful" as a contender for "Song of the Year"; the song received the award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance at the 2004 Grammy Awards.
    More Details Hide Details With actress Gina Gershon, she wrote the song "StupidStar" for the movie Prey for Rock and Roll. With Brooklyn rocker L.P., she co-wrote "The Darkside."
  • 2002
    Age 36
    The 2002 Faith Hill album Cry has a song co-written by Perry and Alecia B. Moore (Pink).
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    Also in 2002, she made an appearance on a solo record of Gordon Gano, Hitting the Ground, performing the song "So It Goes."
    More Details Hide Details Perry made a live appearance at a DKNY benefit show in Los Angeles, where she joined Slash on stage for a version of Led Zeppelin's "Whole Lotta Love." In 2005, Perry was a performer at ASCAP's showcase at the Sundance Film Festival. In August 2006, she played piano on Christina Aguilera's performance of "Hurt" at the MTV Video Music Awards.
    In 2002, Perry made a rare live performance at the Knitting Factory in Los Angeles, where she performed a set of original music and a set of Zeppelin covers.
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  • 2001
    Age 35
    In 2001, she closed most of her shows with "Beautiful," a song she hoped would be her own comeback hit.
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    In 2001, Perry again returned to music and touring.
    More Details Hide Details She wrote a handful of songs, two of which, "Beautiful" and "Cruz," would eventually be recorded and appear on Christina Aguilera's hit album Stripped.
  • 1999
    Age 33
    For the rest of 1999, she opened for Bryan Adams, reuniting with 4 Non Blondes' bassist Christa Hillhouse, then toured behind After Hours, with Hillhouse and San Francisco-based drummer Claudia Page.
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    In 1999, she released her second solo album on Rockstar Records, After Hours.
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  • 1998
    Age 32
    The year 1998 saw Perry appearing and performing on CNN as part of a special on music and the Internet—how independent artists are cutting out the major labels.
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  • 1997
    Age 31
    In 1997, Perry produced a film, Pink as the Day She Was Born, featuring cameos by Les Claypool of Primus and comedian Margaret Cho.
    More Details Hide Details She also launched her own record label, Rockstar Records, for the primary purpose of releasing a CD of band Stone Fox. In addition, she signed another local San Francisco band, 2 Lane Blacktop.
    She promoted her CD with her own funds, including an appearance on The Howard Stern Show, during which she participated in "lesbian dial-a-date" and performed her former band's only hit single, "What's Up?" Perry also hosted the 1997 and 1998 Bammies (Bay Area Music Awards).
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  • 1994
    Age 28
    In February 1994, Perry had a solo appearance in Roger Daltrey's production, album and video A Celebration: The Music of Pete Townshend and The Who.
    More Details Hide Details She shared the stage with the Juilliard Orchestra and members of The Who as she sang "Doctor Jimmy,""Acid Queen," "I'm Free" (in a duet with Roger Daltrey), and the encore for "Join Together" with original The Who members John Entwistle and Pete Townshend. In 1994, a CD and a VHS video of the shows were issued with the songs "Doctor Jimmy" and "I'm Free," while in 1998 a DVD was released with the song "I'm Free" only. In June 1994, 4 Non Blondes guitarist Roger Rocha was replaced by Concrete Blonde member Jim Mankey, who had just played for Van Halen's cover "I'm the One" recorded as the theme from the movie Airheads. During sessions at Interscope studios in Los Angeles, the band struggled to come up with a followup to Bigger, and Perry left the band during the attempt to pursue a solo career. The band recorded one last video, for a cover of Led Zeppelin's "Misty Mountain Hop" with Dave Navarro on guitar.
  • 1989
    Age 23
    After some time spent paying her dues as a solo singer at Bay Area (San Francisco) clubs and coffeehouses, Perry composed her first professional song, called "Down On Your Face," and was recruited into the band 4 Non Blondes by its founder Christa Hillhouse in the middle of 1989. After several years of playing locally and negotiating with various record companies, the band finally signed with Interscope Records and released its debut album, Bigger, Better, Faster, More! on October 9, 1992.
    More Details Hide Details The album, featuring Perry as lead singer and dominated by her compositions, was an immediate success and spawned a hit single, the Perry-penned "What's Up? " (often erroneously called "What's Going On?" after its prominent chorus lyric).
  • 1986
    Age 20
    In early 1986, at the age of 21, Perry moved to San Francisco.
    More Details Hide Details As a teenager in San Diego, she had pursued an interest in music, playing the guitar and auditioning for all-girl cover bands. Her arrival in San Francisco would mark the beginning of a career in music, though not before waiting tables, working coat-check, and working at a pizzeria. In San Francisco, Perry lived in a small, windowless room, and would play her guitar and sing her own songs on city streets. Eventually, people began to recognize her as "that chick with the big voice."
  • 1965
    Born on April 15, 1965.
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