Missing Fiona Apple? Well, if you happen to live in France, you'll soon get a chance to see more of her. According to Tecco Apple (a Brazilian website dedicated to . . . well, we're not really sure, but it could be Fiona Apple), the singer-songwriter will appear in one episode of a new French TV show called 'H-Man.'
After being heckled by an audience member Thursday night (Oct. 3) at the Newmark Theatre in Portland, Ore., singer-songwriter Fiona Apple reportedly had an emotional breakdown and asked the offending fan to leave the venue.
Fiona Apple may not look like she puts down to many of Chipotle's gargantuan, 37-pound burritos, but there must be something about the Mexican-food franchise that got her to cover a song for one of the company's buzzed-about video clips about the evils of factory farming.
Since releasing her debut, ‘Tidal,’ in 1996, Fiona Apple has amassed a devoted cult following. And yet her career has been shrouded in mystery, what with her reclusive personality, increasingly lengthy hiatuses between albums and frequent concert cancellations.
Last fall, Fiona Apple cancelled her South American tour in order to be with her terminally ill dog, Janet, announcing that decision via a handwritten note posted on her Facebook page. Now, the singer has called off her upcoming appearance at Barcelona’s Primavera Sound festival.
Hitting the road earlier this year for her first tour in five years (and supporting her first album in seven), Fiona Apple must've been thrilled with how things were going -- until a fateful day in September, when, during a routine stop of her tour bus in the Texas border town of Sierra Blanca, she was busted for possession of hash. Apple spent a night behind bars following her Sept. 21 arrest and
An impending personal tragedy has caused Fiona Apple to cancel her upcoming tour of South America. In a long, handwritten letter posted to her Facebook page today (Nov. 20), she reveals the reason: the terminal illness of her dog, Janet.
-- Fiona Apple has written a tune called 'Dull Tool' for the upcoming Judd Apatow movie 'This Is 40.' It's her first original composition for a film soundtrack, and amazingly, it's also the first time she's used the term "dull tool" in her lyrics. How does that not show up in every Fiona Apple song?