Or-N-More were a pop\dance duo from New York that consisted of singer Orfeh and producer Mike More. After Orfeh graduated from LaGuardia High School for the Performing Arts, she signed a record deal with EMI Records. Mike More also attended LaGuardia High School for the Performing Arts where he met Orfeh and graduated in 1984.

Before Or-N-More, they recorded under the name “Genevha” and released one single, “Life in the Movies” in 1987.

In 1991, Or-N-More released their self-titled debut album on EMI Records. It’s unknown how or if the album ever charted.

The first single, “Everyotherday” peaked at #46 on the Billboard Hot 100 and topped the club dance charts. The song featured rapper Father MC. The follow-up single, “Lonely Heart (Oh, No)” didn’t chart, but a music video was made for the song.

Due to a hierarchy change at EMI Records, Or-N-More was dropped from the label and Orfeh went on to become a songwriter after earning a publishing deal with Warner\Chappell. She is a member of NARAS, which gives her nominating and voting privileges for the Grammy Awards.

Orfeh has also starred in numerous plays, has done voice-over work, and in 2008, she released her solo album, “What Do You Want From Me Now” on Sh-K-Boom/Ghostlight Records.

Mike More has written and produced music for artists such as Garth Brooks, Don Henley, Britney Spears, Freedom Williams (of C&C Music Factory fame), Dakota Moon, and Nobody’s Angel. He has founded a web-based media distribution company called Nabbr. He founded his own music production and publishing company, Mike More Media and is also a member of NARAS just like Ofreh.

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To see the music video for “Lonely Heart (Oh No),” go to: