Sekisui Heim Super Arena (Grande 21)December 07, 2014 4:00 PM
It's kind of surprising that more pop stars don't trace their entertainment stardom to the stage, more specifically - Broadway plays. The productions are a breeding ground for talented individuals who can sing, as well as dance, and it seems like only a marginal amount of mainstream singers emerge from the stage. One vocalist who did, though, is English-born Sarah Brightman. Though she doesn't write her own songs, she looks good and can sing fairly well. She rose to stardom as a dancer and singer but then migrated to the world of pop music in the 1990s.
Cyndi Lauper has a reputation for being a bit unusual. She's known for dressing in wacky clothes, dying her hair unconventional colors and having a quirky demeanor. But all strangeness aside, Lauper makes calculated pop music that's memorable and more often than not extremely feminine. Though Lauper's success peaked in the mid-1980s, the songstress is still carrying on playing new material as well as the hits that rose her to notoriety.