Katy Perry – American Singer-Songwriter
Katy Perry was born on April 15, 1965, in Springfield, Massachusetts, USA. She is the daughter of Brazilian mother Marluce Martins Perry and Portuguese-American father Alfred Xavier Perry. Perry is an American citizen and is the oldest of four siblings. She was sexually abused as a child by her brother, Mark. Her family is artistic and musical, and she developed a talent for music from a young age.
Katy Perry is an American singer-songwriter. She is known for her work with a number of popular artists. She founded two record labels and contributed to the albums of Adele and Alicia Keys. She also signed James Blunt to a record contract in the U.S. and was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2015.
Perry has been openly gay since the early 1990s, when she displayed a slang word on her guitar at the Billboard Music Awards. She has previously been married. Perry began dating Sara Gilbert in 2011, and they were married in 2014. Perry is now a stepmother to Gilbert’s two children.
Perry moved to San Francisco in 1986, where she pursued her music interest. She auditioned for all-girl cover bands in San Diego, and in San Francisco she began her career in music. While waiting tables, working at a pizzeria, and working as a coat-check, she found time to pursue her musical interest. Perry also began playing her original songs in the streets of San Francisco.
Perry is an American singer, songwriter, and record producer. She was the lead singer for the band 4 Non-Blondes and has collaborated with many other artists. Perry was born in Springfield, Massachusetts, U.S., and is the daughter of two parents, Alfred Xavier and Marluce. She began performing at the age of 21 and eventually joined the 4 Non-Blondes. She later became a well-known songwriter and producer.