Published by jessy Published on February 7, 2018

Vicky sat down with Eden for her show ‘Artists Arguing’ on Idobi Radio. You can listen to it right here, it’s called “#206: Growing Up In The Fast Lane ft. Vicky T”.

Published by jessy Published on January 30, 2018

Sometimes things go crazy and unexpected. This happened to Vicky yesterday. A Fan tweeted her that Twitteruser @awsten from the Band Waterpark, listens to Vickys former Band Cobra Starship and asked for a Collaboration between the two artists. Vicky replied that she is down for it and a bit later, she tweeted a Screenshot showing a conversation between Vicky and ‘Awsten’. Is a new collab coming soon? I hope so!

Published by jessy Published on December 21, 2017

Former Cobra Starship tour manager Dan Lipski had a terrible accident in Asia last week, as former Bandmember Gabe Saporta tweeted yesterday. They started a gofundme page to help his family raise $75.000 for his medical bills and so he can go home to the USA. Please DONATE HERE, every dollar helps 🙂

Published by jessy Published on December 1, 2017

Vicky’s parents Peter Asher (of Peter & Gordon and longtime producer of James Taylor, Linda Ronstadt, the Beatles and many more) and Wendy Asher (an art collector and philanthropist) talked about their daughter Vicky in a recent Interview with Tidal. Check it out below:

Can you describe Vicky’s upbringing? When you found out you were having a child, what was important to you to impart to her?

Peter Asher: I suppose what we wanted to impart to her were traditional values. The most basic being nice to people, being honest and faithful — all of that kind of stuff, all the basic stuff that one likes people to be. I don’t think music specifically came into it and indeed, initially the talents she demonstrated were artistic and more film- and TV-related. In terms of what we wanted to impart, I think humanity.

Were there any particular books or songs that you shared with her pretty early on? Or any artists?

Wendy Asher: I think, obviously, she listened to the Beatles when she was three years old. She watched A Hard Day’s Night and those movies. She watched foreign films with subtitles.

Peter: In terms of books, like any parent, I brought her up on my favorites. Alice in Wonderland, I’m fanatic about. So she read those very early on. Oscar Wilde’s short stories. So it was a mixed bag of what her parents liked.

Wendy: She was into Goosebumps, too.