Rumors are buzzing about a possible surprise performance by Kesha at the notorious-for-surprises Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival this month in Indio, California. Even better, the singer is officially set to perform at the Dylan Fest in Nashville, Tennessee this May in honor of Bob Dylan's 75th birthday. She is a big fan of the legendary American singer-songwriter - just check out her cover of "Don't Think Twice, It's All Right."
It has been one tumultuous year for the pop singer. The ongoing legal battle with her producer Dr. Luke that prevents her from recording any new music outside of her Kemosabe Records and Sony Music contract, and her preliminary injunction in February was a major loss. A New York judge dismissed the case after stating that it's not reasonable to "decimate a contract that was heavily negotiated." Boo. That sparked the #freekesha movement from adoring fans and supportive fellow musicians, like Lady Gaga and Iggy Azalea.
Worst of all, there has been an offer to release her from her contract on the terms that she takes back all sexual, emotional and drug assault accusations against Dr. Luke and publicly apologizes. Huge loss for women's rights everywhere.
So basically, Kesha deserves a break.
Kesha has not performed a huge gig since her Warrior tour in September, so the buzz about live performances could mean big things for the singer. We're just hoping that these rumors are true and that she's not just heading to the desert to frolic in a flower crown.
Stock up on your glitter, ASAP.
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