Kesha has played occasional concerts at universities over the past 18 months.In late 2015, she played a show in Nashville with a band of local musicians called Yeast Infection."Don't worry NO ONE will ever shut me up," she captioned a Facebook video of the show.

And Adele caused headlines when she dedicated her Brit Award, when she won Best Female Solo Artist on February 24th, to Kesha, saying "I'd just like to take a quick moment to publicly thank my management and my record label for embracing the fact that I'm a woman and be encouraged by it."What has Dr. The Monday after Judge Kornreich's verdict, Dr. "I didn't rape Kesha and I have never had sex with her.

Kesha and I were friends for many years and she was like my little sister," he wrote.

Luke "sexually, physically, verbally, and emotionally abused [Kesha] to the point where [she] nearly lost her life." Dr. The first big decision in these cases came on February 19, when a New York judge denied Kesha a court injunction that would have allowed her to record new music — apart from her record label, Sony Music, as well as Dr.

Luke — while the suits proceeded through the courts.

Since then, stars such as Taylor Swift and Lady Gaga have shown support for Kesha, and fans have taken to the streets, holding rallies outside courtrooms and boardrooms.

But if you’re arriving late to the story, it may be difficult to figure out what is going on.

"Sony is doing everything it can to support the artist in these circumstances, but is legally unable to terminate the contract to which it is not a party," Edelman said.

Has Kesha been working on music since she filed the suit?

If it doesn't get dismissed, the next step is a phone conference, scheduled for May 5th, which will precede the "discovery" period during which lawyers for both sides collect evidence.

If there are no delays during this period, or if the case isn't settled out of court, a trial date will be requested on February 28th, 2017.

Scheper noted that there was "no evidence to support her assertion that the agreements were not entered into freely or voluntarily as a result of arm's length negotiations." Kornreich, who had previously said that she was going to wait for the California courts' ruling before deciding whether or not to dismiss the case, subsequently decided to hear arguments.