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[15 Oct 2007|12:50am]

They say that Pink lived in Linda's house for a month. They were making love and writing songs together ;) Is it true?
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[26 Sep 2006|06:14pm]

i am in desperate need of an mp3 of the garden. i will love you forever if you send it to me via e-mail. consider this me begging!!!!
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[06 May 2006|01:26pm]

linda's making a camo appearance on this album. check it out:

Fabriclive 27: DJ Format
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[21 Mar 2006|11:55pm]
Cheap Trick will release a new studio album, "Rockford" on June 6. The first single "Perfect Stranger" was penned by Linda Perry.
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from Billboard news... [04 Mar 2006|10:50am]
Perry's Platter: Aguilera, Dixie Chicks, Cheap Trick

March 03, 2006, 4:15 PM ET

Katie Hasty, N.Y.
Musician/producer Linda Perry has emerged from her North Hollywood studio after manning the boards for a number of prominent pop musicians as well as aiding a pair of unknowns, including singer/songwriter Ben Jelen.

Perry also spent much of the past year in the studio with Christina Aguilera, with whom she previously collaborated on tracks like "Beautiful," "Cruz" and "Make Over." "I'm not really sure if any of the cuts will make the record, but I certainly hope so," Perry tells Billboard.com of the project. "They're going to see a whole other side of Christina."

Aguilera's management could not confirm which tracks will appear on the new album, which is expected for release this summer.

In addition, Perry helped helm Sierra Swan's debut, "Ladyland," due May 3 via Interscope. Perry describes songwriter Swan as "very quirky" and "emotional" and plans on continuing to work with her. The project was co-produced by Bill Bottrell (Sheryl Crow, Elton John).

And while details are scant about release dates, Perry has co-written a prospective single with Cheap Trick, two songs with the Dixie Chicks, several tunes with Ziggy Marley and, as previously reported, re-teamed with Vanessa Carlton, whose new album is due later this year.

As reported this morning, Perry will re-team with Courtney Love to produce the follow-up to 2004's "America's Sweetheart."
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[24 Feb 2006|03:00pm]
hey - i was reading sierra swan's blog & i thought you all might be interested in something she said... "Biography is going to do a show on Linda Perry and I am going to be interviewed for it, that should be fun! So look for that in the future. When I know the date it is going to air I will let you all know."

whenever she posts the date, i will pass it along.
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article about the 4 non-blondes [23 Feb 2006|12:40pm]
from metro news - canada

MIA: 4 Non Blondes

4 Non Blondes members from left) Dawn Richardson, Linda Perry, Roger Rocha and Christa Hillhouse.

Name: 4 Non Blondes

Members: Linda Perry (vocals), Roger Rocha (guitar, replacing founding guitar player Shaunna Hall), Christa Hillhouse (bass), Dawn Richardson (drums, replacing founding drummer Wanda Day). Formed in San Francisco 1989. Split in 1995.

Claims to fame: One-hit wonder from 1992-93: the Perry-penned What’s Up?, off of ’92’s Bigger, Better, Faster, More!

Where are they now? Differences in creative direction for a followup to Bigger, Better, Faster, More! led to Perry leaving 4 Non Blondes in 1995, and inevitably a group splitup not long after. Following the breakup, Rocha went on to play guitar for San Francisco outfit El Destroyo. Hillhouse furthered her work as a small-business web designer, programmer and graphic artist, as well as keeping up her bass chops with, among others, original Blondes guitarist Hall. Richardson has also toured and/or recorded with The Loud Family, The Martinis, one-time Tonight Show percussionist/vocalist Vicki Randle and Lillix, plus work in composing for film and video and writing drums-instruction books. Day, hurt in a 1992 accident that crushed her legs and broke her back, reportedly died of an overdose in 1997. Perry, however, remains in the limelight not so much for her solo efforts but more for her co-writing and co-producing a who’s-who list of music biz heavyweights in Pink, Christina Aguilera, Jewel, Courtney Love, Gwen Stefani, Robbie Williams, Melissa Etheridge, Juliette Lewis And The Licks, Lisa Marie Presley, Kelly Osbourne, Vanessa Carlton and Enrique Iglesias.

ian nathanson/metro toronto
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[16 Feb 2006|11:15am]
Top Music Producers Share Secrets from the Studio in Producing Hit Records
The art of recording exposed in new book by David John Farinella

NEW YORK, Feb. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- From the Rolling Stones to Solomon Burke, Pink to George Strait, record producers have always played an integral role in the success of an artist.

Producing Hit Records: Secrets From The Studio (Schirmer Trade Books), gives you the scoop on how today's music gets made from the most successful producers in the field. In this fascinating account of how record producers shape the hits and the careers of major artists, author David John Farinella talks to the men and women who've launched a thousand careers and pushed their collaborators to multi-platinum success. The impressive list of producers includes such renowned names as Rick Rubin (Tom Petty, Beastie Boys, Run DMC, Johnny Cash), Tony Brown (Reba McEntire, George Strait, Emmylou Harris), Walter Afanasieff (Celine Dion, Mariah Carey, Josh Groban, Barbara Streisand), Dave Fridmann (The Flaming Lips, Mercury Rev, Sleater-Kinney, Low, Sparklehorse) and Howard Benson (P.O.D., Hoobastank, Papa Roach, My Chemical Romance). Artists who offer their viewpoint as both producers and musicians include Joe Henry, Ben Harper, Rufus Wainwright, David Lowery and Linda Perry. The book brilliantly covers a wide spectrum of musical genres, providing useful studio information suitable for various aesthetic tastes and diverse production styles while exploring the unique chemistry between artist and producer. The book presents a treasure trove of sound practical tips for anyone wanting to produce.

David John Farinella has been writing about the music industry since 1990, which has allowed him to encounter some of today's best-known singers, songwriters and producers. His work has appeared in Billboard, Mix, Alternative Press, Performing Songwriter, the San Francisco Chronicle, Rolling Stone and many other well-known publications. He was also associate editor for The Encyclopedia of Record Producers.

For more information on the book and David John Farinella visit http://www.producinghitrecords.com/

Published by Schirmer Trade Books,

An imprint of The Music Sales Group ISBN 0.8256.7299.6 $17.95 Paperback April 2006

Website: http://www.producinghitrecords.com/
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[09 Feb 2006|02:34pm]
here's a few pics of linda from last night. they're small, i know. if i find any larger ones i'll post them.

also, check out this site: www.lindaperry.net
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[07 Feb 2006|11:48am]
btw, has anyone heard sierra swan's cd yet? i bought it from itunes. her voice is amazing! she sings linda's song the ladder on the album. love it! i'm gonna do my best to make it to a show.
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aww, what a sweetheart. [07 Feb 2006|11:46am]
...Love plans to demo her new material in the coming weeks and will hit the studio in March with producer/songwriter/friend Linda Perry, who encouraged the rocker to be more self-reliant by giving her a guitar to play while she was in rehab.
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[14 Jan 2006|03:19pm]
[ mood | taken ]

i just picked up my copy of In Flight. (i know, bad fan, bad) i fucking love it! i love the way the whole album just kind of takes you in. i was listening to it on my way somewhere the other day & i found myself completely oblivious to my surroundings. the album totally captured me. i can only imagine what it was like to hear it live.

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random question [14 Jan 2006|12:03pm]

do you like linda w/ long hair or short? personally i liked the dreads [it might be b/c i have dreads, lol] but i LOVE her short hair.
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[13 Jan 2006|01:01am]
changed the layout for this community again. this one looks great on my computer but if you have a big monitor then it probably looks too small. maybe i'll redo it & make it larger but not tonight!
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[11 Jan 2006|09:51pm]
Jill Scott, Timbaland, and Grammy-Nominated Artists George Duke, Mary Mary, and John Rich Among Top Music Creators Added to ASCAP "I Create Music" Expo Line-Up
NEW YORK, NY -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 01/10/2006 -- ASCAP confirmed today that more major talent has been added to its already stellar line-up of songwriters, composers and producers who will participate in the ASCAP "I Create Music" EXPO -- the first and only national conference dedicated to songwriting and composing. The three-day event, scheduled for April 20-22, 2006 at The Hollywood Renaissance Hotel in Los Angeles, California, is designed to bring together music creators with music industry professionals who want to work together to achieve greater success.

GRAMMY-nominated artists George Duke ("T-Jam," "No Rhyme, No Reason"), Mary Mary ("Shackles (Praise You)," "Heaven"), and John Rich of Big & Rich ("Redneck Woman," "Mississippi Girl") together with Jill Scott ("Golden," "Cross Your Mind"), Timbaland ("Work It," "More Than A Woman"), Obie Bermúdez ("Antes," "Me Cansé De Ti"), Gary Burr ("Love's Been A Little Bit Hard On Me," "Nobody Wants To Be Lonely"), DJ Quik ("Mercedez Benz," "Get Down"), Barry Eastmond ("You Are My Lady," "I Apologize"), Goapele ("Closer," "Romantic"), Wayland Holyfield ("Could I Have This Dance," "You're My Best Friend"), Stephen Paulus (Opera: The Postman Always Rings Twice), Jaci Velasquez ("You're My God," "Jesus Is"), and Doug Wood (The Omni Music Library) will join a Who's Who list of some of the most accomplished songwriters, composers and producers in the world at this must-attend event for music creators. 2006 Golden Globe nominee James Newton Howard and GRAMMY nominees Glen Ballard, Michael Giacchino, Jimmy Jam, and Linda Perry are also scheduled to participate. For a complete list of panelists, and more detailed information, go to www.ascap.com/expo.
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[11 Jan 2006|09:46pm]
changed the layout a bit. let me know what you think.
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what's up with our girl? [27 Dec 2005|02:46pm]
from the wikipedia website:

2006 sees Perry working with Vanessa Carlton on her third studio
album; a new release from Christina Aguilera; co-writes with Cheap
Trick and Ziggy Marley; production on both Courtney Love and Skin's
next records; and collaborations with The Format and Bay Area artist
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Linda Perry featured on latest episode or Rubyfruit Radio [05 Dec 2005|12:11pm]

Linda Perry was featured on the latest episode of Rubyfruit Radio.

Rubyfruit Radio is a podcast devoted to female indie artists.

The URL is www.rubyfruit.radio.

The RSS feed is rubyfruit.libsyn.com/rss.
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[01 Dec 2005|09:44am]
pics of linda in her studio

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