Kesha fights for LGBT Equality

Kesha will be honored at the 21st Annual HRC Nashville Equality Dinner on Saturday, March 5, 2016, with HRC Nashville’s Visibility Award. An outspoken advocate who refuses to accept labels, Kesha has used her spotlight to bring attention to the bullying and harassment that many LGBT young people continue to face.

Kesha Performs With New Band The Yeast Infection

Kesha Performs With New Band The Yeast Infection

Kesha has been prohibited from recording new songs with producers other than her former collaborator Dr. Luke, with whom she has been involved in a more than year-long legal battle. But the 28-year-old singer continues to find ways to bring her music to the fans.

Kesha has teamed up with a new, all-male band, The Yeast Infection. She performed with the group at a surprise concert at the Springwater Supper Club & Lounge in Nashville just before Christmas. The singer posted on her Facebook page over Christmas a video of their gig, during which she sang alternate versions of her hits “Blow” and “Timber” as well as a cover of Led Zeppelin’s “Whole Lotta Love.”

Watch her video of her Nashville gig below:

 

HAPPY HOLLERDAYZ from Y E A S T I N F E C T I O N!!! I love all of my ANIMALS!!! Thanks for all of the support this year!!!….Don’t worry NO ONE will ever shut me up.

Posted by Kesha on Friday, December 25, 2015

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Kesha to judge International Songwriting Competition

Kesha to judge International Songwriting Competition

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Kesha will be among the judges of this year’s International Songwriting Competition, alongside other celebrities such as: Lorde, Avicii, Bastille and Tom Waits.

The event, which is open to amateur and professional songwriters, gives away $150,000 ($97,000) in cash and prizes to 68 winners.

The deadline for entering songs in this year’s event is September 10.

Check out the full list of music artists on the 2015 judging panel below:

Kesha; Tom Waits; Bill Withers; American Authors; Lorde; Pat Metheny; Sara Evans; Bastille; Casting Crowns; Keb Mo; Avicii; Boyz II Men; Keane; Hardwell; Robben Ford; Danilo Perez; Moby; Jon Secada; Daddy Yankee; Afro Celt Sound System; Anthony Hamilton; Gerald Casale (Devo); Sean Paul; Justin Townes Earle; Hawk Nelson; Jean-Luc Ponty; Shakey Graves; Darryl McDaniels (Run D.M.C.); Chayanne; Joy Williams; Matt Maher; Art Alexakis (Everclear); Far East Movement; Femi Kuti.