The _____________ were the first all-female band to reach #1 on the album charts, fronted by vocalist Belinda Carlisle.
Bangles B-52's Indigo Girls Blackhearts
Releasing their first English language album in 1984, _____________ and her band release Funky Latin- flavored Disco and dance music with great success in the mid '80s.
Suzanne Vega Bonnie Raitt Belinda Carlisle Susanna Hoffs
In 1991, ____________ releases her Luck of the Draw album, winning three Grammy awards and yielding her first Top 20 hit "Something to Talk About."
k.d. lang Sheryl Crow Tracy Chapman
Instruments used on ____________, the unexpected #2 hit from the 1982 album Big Science , included voice, electronics, organ flute, and saxophone "Love Shack" "I Love Rock and Roll" "Time After Time" "I Can't Wait"
With her flamboyant stage appearance and spiky haircut like 1950s male rockers, ____________ spurred this quote from Madonna after seeing her perform: "I've just seen Elvis - and he's gorgeous!"
Bonnie Raitt Tracy Chapman Melissa Ethridge
Stevie Nick's 1986 hit ____________ made both the Pop and Dance charts, and was performed on her Rock a Little tour that year.
"I Can't Wait"
"Love Shack" "Luka" "Something to Talk About" "Control"
The youngest member of a famous performing family, _____________ debuted as a singer in Las Vegas at age seven, wrote her first song at age eight, and pursued a successful acting career on TV at age ten.
Whitney Houston Sheryl Crow Madonna Cyndi Lauper
On the heels of her 1990 Blonde Ambition tour, _____________ released the highly controversial video to her song "Justify My Love," banned by MTV because of sexual content and vehement reaction form the Parents Music Resource Center.
- Fall '15
- Grammy Award winners, American female singers, Cyndi Lauper