Cyndi Lauper, American singer and actress, has recently announced the launch of her own documentary film so today we bring you all the details of it. The also multi-instrumentalist, philanthropist and businesswoman rose to fame in 1983, after participating in the rockabilly band “Blue Angel”, managing to sign a contract with “Portrait Records” and release her first studio album “She’s So Unusual”. Subsequently, the artist continued to release a series of albums with which she also achieved immense popularity and success.
Incredibly Lauper She holds the record of being the first singer to position four consecutive songs in the “Top 5 of the Billboard Hot 100”. The singer has been praised by critics for her musical productions and stage performances, giving her the title of “pop icon”. Because of this, it is not surprising that Cyndi Have your own documentary. The artist has also won awards such as the Grammy, Emmy, Tony, American Music, Billboard Music Award, MTV Video Music Awards and Icon Award.
Till the date Cyndi Lauper It has sold more than 50 million musical productions in the world. The documentary film of the singer is called “Let the Canary Sing” and will highlight her career spanning more than 30 years. The film will specifically follow the 68-year-old singer’s rise to fame from growing up in Queens to the release and success of their debut album “She’s So Unusual” in 1983.
An official statement stated that “Let the Canary Sing” will tell how she connected with “the generations she has influenced with her songs, her inimitable ever-evolving punk style, her unapologetic feminism and her devotion to standing up for others.” The documentary film It will be directed by award-winning filmmaker Alison Ellwood and is being made in collaboration with the “Time After Time” singer.
“The documentary film It will be a complete portrait of Cyndi Lauper: their true colors shining through,” the director added, referring to his 1986 hit song. Lauper She is also a New York Times bestselling author for her autobiography “Cyndi Lauper: A Memoir”, as well as a member of the “Songwriters Hall of Fame” for which he received a star on the “Hollywood Walk of Fame” in 2016.