Category: 80’s


Beverly Hill

Keep MovinBeverly Hill was an R&B/dance music act from the early ’80s. Not much information is given about this artist, but they was signed to the Old Town Records Label.

In 1981, Beverly Hill released the single “Keep Movin'” which managed to peak at #32 on Billboard’s Disco Top 100 chart, staying on the chart for 10 weeks.

After that, nothing much was heard from Beverly Hill and it appears as if they have faded into obscurity. Nothing much has been heard from them since the ’80s.

To see a fan-made video for “Keep Movin’,” go to:

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Blue Magic

Blue MagicBlue Magic is an R&B group from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania whose original members consisted of lead singer Ted Mills, brothers Vernon & Wendell Sawyer, Keith Beaton & Richard Pratt.

The group was formed in 1972 when Randy Cain (a former member of R&B group The Delfonics) brought in Ted Mills to do some writing with the WMOT production company to create a new band. A short time later, a music group called Shades of Love (which featured Keith Beaton, Richard Pratt and Vernon & Wendell Sawyer) came into audition.

Originally, Ted recorded with a music group called the Toppicks, but they were replaced by Shades of Love and the group was renamed Blue Magic. They later signed a record deal with the ATCO Records label.

In 1972, they released their debut single “Spell” which peaked at #30 on Billboard’s Hot Soul Singles chart, staying on the chart for only 4 weeks. In 1973, the group’s second charting single “Look Me Up” peaked at #36 on Billboard’s Hot Soul Singles chart, staying on the chart for 11 weeks.
Stop To Start
The group’s next single “Stop to Start” peaked at #74 on the Billboard Hot 100 (making their first charting single on the Hot 100) and #14 Billboard’s Hot Soul Singles chart, staying on the chart for 16 weeks.
Blue Magic74In January of 1974, Blue Magic released their self-titled debut album which peaked at #45 on the Billboard 200 and #4 on Billboard’s R&B Albums chart.
Sideshow
The last single released from the album “Sideshow” became a hit for the group, peaking at #8 on the Billboard Hot 100, #35 on Billboard’s Adult Contemporary chart and topped Billboard’s Hot Soul Singles chart for a week in June of 1974, staying on the chart for 16 weeks. It became their only highest charting song to date.
The Magic Of The BlueIn December of 1974, the group released their sophomore album “The Magic of the Blue” which peaked at #71 on the Billboard 200 and #14 on Billboard’s R&B Albums chart.
Three Ring Circus
The lead single from the album “Three Ring Circus” peaked at #36 on the Billboard Hot 100, #26 on Billboard’s Adult Contemporary chart and #5 on Billboard’s Hot Soul Singles chart, staying on the chart for 14 weeks.
Love Has Found Its Way To Me
The follow-up single “Love Has Found Its Way to Me” peaked at #45 on Billboard’s Hot Soul Singles chart, staying on the chart for 6 weeks, but missed the Hot 100.
Thirteen Blue Magic LaneIn September of 1975, Blue Magic released their third album “Thirteen Blue Magic Lane” which peaked at #50 on the Billboard 200 and #9 on Billboard’s R&B Albums chart.

The first single released from the album “Chasing Rainbows” peaked at #17 on Billboard’s Hot Soul Singles chart, staying on the chart for 12 weeks. The second single “What’s Come Over Me” (featuring singer Margie Joseph) fared better on the charts, peaking at #11 on Billboard’s Hot Soul Singles chart, staying on the chart for 14 weeks.

During that same year, Blue Magic went on a world tour that lasted for 42 weeks, traveling to the United States, Europe, the Philippines and the Virgin Islands.
gratefulIn 1976, Blue Magic’s song “Grateful” (which was the b-side to the single “I Like You”) managed to peak at #4 on Billboard’s Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart and #15 on Billboard’s Hot Soul Singles chart, staying on the chart for 11 weeks.
Mystic DragonsIn 1976, they released their fourth album “Mystic Dragons” which peaked at #170 on the Billboard 200 and #44 on Billboard’s R&B Albums chart.
Freak-N-SteinThe first single from the album “Freak-N-Stein” peaked at #73 on Billboard’s Hot Soul Singles chart, staying on the chart for 6 weeks.
Summer SnowThe follow-up single “It’s Something About Love” peaked at #48 on Billboard’s Hot Soul Singles chart, staying on the chart for 8 weeks. The last single released from the album “Summer Snow” peaked at #40 on Billboard’s Hot Soul Singles chart, staying on the chart for 11 weeks.
Live!During that same year, the group was part of a live double album set which was recorded at the Latin Casino in New Jersey which featured singers Major Harris and Margie Joseph. By the late ’70s, Blue Magic’s popularity began to wane due to rise of disco music and the changes of various music styles.
Message From The MagicIn 1978, they released their fifth album “Message From the Magic” which failed to make the charts at all nor did the lone single “I Waited.”

The group would eventually leave Atco Records. By the early ’80s, Richard left Blue Magic and later on, Vernon & Wendall left as well, leaving only Ted and Keith as the remaining members of the group.
Welcome BackIn 1981, Blue Magic released their sixth album “Welcome Back” on Capitol Records, but unfortunately, it didn’t appear to make much impact on the charts.

Land Of Make Believe

The only song to make the charts was “Land of Make Believe” which peaked at #77 on Billboard’s Hot Soul Singles chart, staying on the chart for 8 weeks.
Magic #In 1983, they released their seventh album “Magic #” on the Mirage Records label which managed to peak at #52 on Billboard’s R&B Albums chart. The only charting single, the title song peaked at #69 on Billboard’s Black Singles chart, staying on the chart for 7 weeks.
From Out Of The BlueIn 1988, the original line-up of Blue Magic reunited and they released their eighth album “From Out of the Blue” on the Def Jam Records’ label, OBR which peaked at #48 on Billboard’s R&B Albums chart.
Romeo & JulietThe lead single from the album “Romeo and Juliet” which peaked at #20 on Billboard’s Hot Black Singles chart, staying on the chart for 11 weeks. It also managed to peak at #89 on the UK Singles chart.
itslikemagicThe follow-up single from the album “It’s Like Magic” peaked at #31 on Billboard’s Hot Black Singles chart, staying on the chart for 11 weeks. They also appeared on rapper Big Daddy Kane’s album “It’s a Big Daddy Thing.”

By the ’90s, Ted Mills had left Blue Magic and went on to pursue a solo career; the other members of the group brought in a new lead singer named Rod Wayne.

Past , Present & Future

In 1993, they released a single called “Past, Present & Future” on the Big East Entertainment ‎which featured the tracks “That’s the Kind of Love I Need” & “We Had a Fight Last Night.” It’s unknown how much impact the single made at all.

Rod Wayne continued to perform with Blue Magic until 2004. He pursued a teaching career at Tennessee State University, but sadly, he passed away in 2016.

These days, the current line-up of Blue Magic consists of the Sawyer brothers, Keith Beaton and new lead singer, Wade Elliott. They continued to perform in soul music shows and also make occasional appearances on television.

As for Ted Mills, he is still continuing his solo career and performing in multi-act soul music shows. Richard Pratt is still performing as well with his own version of Blue Magic.

To see Richard Pratt’s Facebook page (featuring his version of Blue Magic), go to:
https://www.facebook.com/Blue-Magic-with-Richard-Pratt-420797281399874/

To see Ted Mills’ Facebook page, go to:
https://www.facebook.com/BLUEMAGIC.VOICE.TED.W.MILLS/

To see a fan-made video for “Sideshow,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Spell,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Look Me Up,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Stop to Start,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Three Ring Circus,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Love Has Found Its Way to Me”, go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Chasing Rainbows”, go to:

To see a fan-made video for “What’s Come Over Me” (featuring Margie Joseph), go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Grateful”, go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Freak-N-Stein”, go to:

To see a fan-made video for “It’s Something About Love”, go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Summer Snow”, go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Land of Make-Believe”, go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Magic #”, go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Romeo and Juliet”, go to:

To see the music video for “It’s Like Magic”, go to:

Shari Barnes

shari barnesShari Barnes (also known as Sharon Barnes) is a singer/songwriter from the ’80s. During the ’80s, she wrote songs for artists such as Dee Dee Bridgewater, Billy Griffin, Alfie and Rose Royce.
harvest timeIn 1987, she released the single “Harvest Time” on the So’vi Records label. It’s unknown how or if the song made the music charts at all.

After that, Shari continued to write songs during the ’90s for artists such as Patti LaBelle, Morris Day, Yours Truly & the Good Girls, but these days, it’s currently unknown what she is up to and it seems as if she has faded into obscurity.

To see a fan-made video for “Harvest Time,” go to:

jenae ezellJenaé Ezell was a female pop/dance singer from the ’80s. Not much information is given about her, but she was signed to the So’vi Records label.
don't even feel itIn 1988, she released her only single “Don’t Even Feel It.” It’s unknown how or if the single made any music charts at all.

After that, it seems as if Jenaé has faded into obscurity. Nothing much has been heard from her since the ’80s.

[Note: There are no videos available for this blog entry.]

Sexy Dancer
Chaz & Joi were a dance music duo from the late ’80s/early ’90s. Not much information is given about them, but they were signed to the Paragon Records label.

In 1989, they released their only single “Sexy Dancer” which peaked at #45 on Billboard’s Hot Dance Music\Club Play chart by 1990, staying on the chart for only a week.

After that, it seems as if Chaz & Joi have faded into obscurity and nothing much has been heard from them since.

To see a fan-made video for “Sexy Dancer,” go to:

Calamity Jane

calamity jane
Calamity Jane was an all-female country music band from the ’80s that consisted of lead vocalist Pam Rose, drummer Mary Ann Kennedy, guitarist Mary Fielder and bass guitarist Linda Moore. Prior to the formation of the band, Pam Rose was a solo artist on Epic and Capitol Records.
Send Me Somebody To LoveIn 1981, the band released their debut single “Send Me Somebody to Love” which peaked at #61 on Billboard’s Hot Country Singles chart, staying on the chart for 7 weeks.
calamity jane albumThe following year, Calamity Jane released their self-titled debut and only album on Columbia Records. It’s unknown how or if the album ever charted.
I've Just Seen A FaceThe band’s follow-up single “I’ve Just Seen a Face” peaked at #44 on Billboard’s Hot Country Singles chart (staying on the chart for 9 weeks), making it their only highest chart appearance to date.
Walkin' After MidnightThe third single from the album, a cover version of Patsy Cline’s song “Walkin’ After Midnight” which peaked at #60 on Billboard’s Hot Country Singles chart, staying on the chart for 7 weeks.
Love WheelThe last single released from the album “Love Wheel” which peaked at #87 on Billboard’s Hot Country Singles chart, staying on the chart for only 3 weeks.

By 1982, Calamity Jane had disbanded. After that, Mary Ann Kennedy and Pam Rose formed a songwriting duo called Kennedy Rose; they have written songs for artists such as Martina McBride, Lee Greenwood, Restless Heart and Patty Loveless. They have also released two albums under the “Kennedy Rose” name as well.

These days, Mary Ann Kennedy appears to still be active as a songwriter and dabbles in caring for horses as well. Pam Rose also appears to still be active as a songwriter and has released two solo albums independently. It’s unknown what Mary Fielder & Linda Moore are currently up to these days.

To see Mary Ann Kennedy’s website, go to:
http://www.maryannkennedy.com/

To see Pam Rose’s website, go to:
http://pamrosemusic.com/

To see the music video for “I’ve Just Seen a Face,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Send Me Someone to Love,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Walkin’ After Midnight,” go to:

To see a video of Calamity Jane performing “Love Wheel,” go to:

Debby BooneDebby Boone (born Deborah Anne Boone on September 22, 1956 in Hackensack, New Jersey) is a pop/country/Christian music singer, actress and author who first rose to fame in the late ’70s as a solo artist. She is the daughter of singer/actor Pat Boone and Shirley Foley Boone (who is the daughter of country music singer Red Foley).

At the age of 14, Debby began touring with her parents and sisters (Cherry, Lindy and Laury). The Boone sisters first recorded with their parents as The Pat Boone Family.

The sisters later recorded as the Boones or Boone Girls where they recorded gospel music, but they released singles on Motown and Curb Records of secular pop music with Debby as the lead singer.

They managed to chart on Billboard’s Adult Contemporary chart with a remake of the Supremes’ song “When the Lovelight Starts Shining Through His Eyes” (which peaked at #25 on the chart) and a remake of ABBA’s song “Hasta Mañana” (which peaked at #32 on the chart).

When Debby’s older sisters got married and her younger sister went off to college, Debby was encouraged by music producer Mike Curb to start a solo music career.
R-3892779-1434226873-4190.jpegIn 1977, Debby released her debut solo single “You Light Up My Life” (which was featured on the soundtrack to the film “You Light Up My Life” starring Didi Conn) which became a hit, topping the Billboard Hot 100 for 10 consecutive weeks (which became the longest-charting song in Billboard Hot 100 history).

It also topped Billboard’s Adult Contemporary chart for a week in November of 1977 and managed to peak at #4 on Billboard’s Hot Country Singles chart, staying on the chart for 14 weeks.

The song also earned Debby a Grammy Award for “Best New Artist,” an American Music Award for “Favorite Pop Single of 1977” and was certified platinum by the RIAA. The success of the song led to Debby going on tour with her father and frequently appeared on various television programs.
R-1576603-1348190241-7623.jpegDuring that same year, Debby released her debut album “You Light Up My Life” which peaked at #6 on the Billboard 200 and Top Country Albums chart. It was also certified platinum.
R-2588862-1371492552-7276.jpegIn 1978, Debby released her sophomore album “Midstream” which peaked at #147 on the Billboard 200 chart.
R-999517-1182522074.jpegThe lead single from the album “California” peaked at #50 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #20 on Billboard’s Adult Contemporary chart.
godknowsThe follow-up single “God Knows” peaked at #74 on the Billboard Hot 100, #14 on Billboard’s Adult Contemporary chart and #22 on Billboard’s Hot Country Singles chart (staying on the chart for 8 weeks).
babyimyours The b-side track from the single “Baby I’m Yours” peaked at #18 on Billboard’s Adult Contemporary chart and #33 on Billboard’s Hot Country Singles chart.
When You're LovedDuring that same year, Debby released the single “When You’re Loved” which was featured on the soundtrack to the film “The Magic of Lassie.” The song managed to peak at #48 on Billboard’s Adult Contemporary chart.
In Memory Of Your LoveShe also released the single “In Memory of Your Love” which peaked at #61 on Billboard’s Hot Country Singles chart (staying on the chart for 4 weeks).
R-7023284-1523117370-4694.jpegIn 1979, Debby released her third self-titled album which failed to make the album charts unlike her previous two albums.
myheartThe first single “My Heart Has a Mind of Its Own” which peaked at #11 on Billboard’s Hot Country Singles chart (staying on the charts for 13 weeks). The follow-up single from the album “Breakin’ in a Brand New Broken Heart” peaked at #25 on Billboard’s Hot Country Singles chart (staying on the chart for 10 weeks).

During that same year, Debby released two non-album singles “See You September” (which peaked at #45 on Billboard’s Adult Contemporary chart and #41 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart) and “Everybody’s Somebody’s Fool” (which peaked at #48 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart).

Although “Everybody’s Somebody’s Fool” was released on her 1986 compliation album “The Best of Debby Boone”), “See You September” has never been featured on any of Debby’s albums.

Shortly after the album was released, Debby married Gabriel Ferrer (the brother of actors Miguel & Rafael Ferrer and the son of Rosemary Clooney) on September 1, 1979. The couple went on to have four children: son Jordan, twin daughters Gabrielle & Dustin and daughter Tessa (who is an actress).
love has no reason

In 1980, Debby released her fourth album “Love Has No Reason” which peaked at #17 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart.
Are You On The Road To Lovin' Me AgainThe lead single from the album “Are You On the Road to Lovin’ Me Again” topped Billboard’s Hot Country Singles chart for a week in May of 1980. It also peaked at #31 on Billboard’s Adult Contemporary chart.

The song was part of a historic week on Billboard’s Hot Country Singles chart in the week that it topped the charts. During the week ending April 19, 1980, all top 5 positions on the chart were held by female singers (including Crystal Gayle, Dottie West, Emmylou Harris and Tammy Wynette with George Jones).

The follow-up singles “Free to Be Lonely Again” (which peaked at #14 on Billboard’s Hot Country Singles chart) and “Take It Like a Woman” (which peaked at #44 on Billboard’s Hot Country Singles chart; it also charted at the same time as her father Pat Boone’s song “Colorado Country” which peaked at #60 on the chart) didn’t match the same success as the album’s lead single.
with my song

During the same year, Debby released her fifth album and first contemporary Christian music album “With My Song” which peaked at #9 on Billboard’s Top Christian Albums chart.
Savin' It UpIn 1981, Debby released her sixth album “Savin’ It Up” which peaked at #49 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart. It would be her last country music album to date.


The lead single from the album “Perfect Fool” peaked at #23 on Billboard’s Hot Country Singles chart and #37 on Billboard’s Adult Contemporary chart.The follow-up single “It’ll Be Him” peaked at #46 on Billboard’s Hot Country Singles chart.

After the release of her sixth album, Debby toured the United States in a stage production of the film “Seven Brides For Seven Brothers.” The play received negative feedback from critics and closed after five performances which caused a protest among 20 cast members and fans of the show; Debby was not one of the protesters.

After her country music career ended, Debby switched her music career to a contemporary Christian music artist where she released four more albums under that genre: “Surrender” (in 1983), “Choose Life” (in 1985), “Friends for Life” (in 1987) ” and “Be Thou My Vision” (in 1989). During her career in contemporary Christian music, Debby won two GMA Dove awards and two more Grammy awards as well.

In 1988, Debby began a new career writing children’s books (which were also illustrated by her husband, Gabriel); she has written five books: “Bedtime Hugs For Little Ones,” “Tomorrow is a Brand New Day” (in 1989) “The Snow Angel” (in 1991) “Welcome to This World” (in 1996) and “Counting Blessings” (in 1998).
Home For Christmas
In 1989, she released a Christmas album called “Home for Christmas.” The album features a duet with her late mother-in-law, Rosemary Clooney on the track “White Christmas.”

In the early ’90s, Debby released two children’s videos called “Debbie Boone’s Hug a Long Songs.” Also during the ’90s, she starred in regional theater productions of “The Sound of Music,” “Grease, “Meet Me in St. Louis” and “South Pacific.” She also appeared in various television shows and made-for-TV movies.

During the 2000s, Debby continued to appear in regional theater in productions such as “The King and I”, “Camelot” and “Mississippi Love.”
reflections of rosemary
By 2005, she revived her recording career and released a jazz music album called “Reflections of Rosemary” which was a tribute to Rosemary Clooney, who passed away in 2002. Debby toured extensively to promote the album, including performing at a New York cabaret, Feinstein’s.
swing this!
In 2013, Debby released a new album called “Swing This!” which features jazz and pop standards music.

These days, Debby continues to tour & perform music. She resides in Los Angeles, California with her husband, Gabriel.

To see Debby’s official website, go to:
http://debbyboone.com/

To see a fan-made video for “You Light Up My Life,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “California,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “God Only Knows,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Baby, I’m Yours,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “When You’re Loved,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “In Memory of Your Love,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “My Heart Has a Mind of Its Own,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Breakin’ in a Brand New Broken Heart,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “See You in September,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Everybody’s Somebody’s Fool,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Are You On the Road to Lovin’ Me Again,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Free to Be Lonely Again,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Take it Like a Woman,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Perfect Fool,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “It’ll Be Him,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Keep the Flame Burning” (from her “Surrender” album), go to:

Mandy Smith

Mandy SmithMandy Smith (born Amanda Louise Smith on July 17, 1970 from England) is a former British pop music singer and model.

She became well-known in the public eye when she began dating Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman when she was just 13 years old (an Wyman was 47 years old at the time) & she was married to him from 1989 to 1991.

When she was 16 years old, Mandy signed a record deal with PWL Records, becoming the first artist signed to the label.
I just can't waitIn 1987, she released her debut single “I Just Can’t Wait” which peaked at #91 on the U.K. Singles chart. It was also internationally successful on the music charts in countries such as Australia (at #91), Germany (at #14), Italy (at #12), New Zealand (at #37), Norway (at #9) and Switzerland (at #16). It was also a hit in Japan at as well.
positive reactionHer follow-up single “Positive Reaction” made the music charts in Germany (at #39), Italy (at #16) and Switzerland (at #11), but didn’t make the charts in the U.K.
mandy albumMandy’s success in Europe and in Japan ultimately led to a full album deal and in April of 1988, she released her only album “Mandy” which made the album charts in Australia (at #144), Germany at (#60), Italy (at #41), Sweden (at #35) and in Switzerland (at #14).
boys and girlsThe third single from the album “Boys and Girls” made the music charts in Germany (at #23), Italy (at #12), South Africa (at #7) and Switzerland (at #4).
victim of pleasureThe last single from the album “Victim of Pleasure” peaked at #98 on the U.K. Singles chart and managed to peak at #22 on Billboard’s Hot Dance Music\Club Play chart (staying on the chart for 6 weeks).

It also made the music charts in Australia (at #91), Germany (at #49), Italy (at #18) and Switzerland (at #28).
dont you want me babyIn 1989, Mandy released a cover version of the Human League’s hit song “Don’t You Want Me Baby” which peaked at #59 on the U.K. Singles chart (making it her highest chart single to date) and made the music charts in Australia (at #90), Ireland (at #30) and Italy (at #13).

By the ’90s, Mandy had seemingly faded away from the music scene. She was married to footballer Pat Van Den Hauwe for two years and was briefly engaged to “Vanity Fair” fashion model Ian Mosby (with whom she had a son with named Max in 2001). She also worked as a make-up artist.

These days, Mandy resides in Manchester, England where she appears to be active in church and has written an advice column for a Christian lifestyle magazine since 2012. She has also set up a PR/counselling firm with her sister, Nicola.

To see the music video for “I Just Can’t Wait,” go to:

To see the music video for “Positive Reaction,” go to:

To see the music video for “Boys and Girls,” go to:

To see the music video for “Victim of Pleasure,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Don’t You Want Me Baby,” go to:

As a bonus, here is a fan-made video for “Got To Be Certain” (which was later recorded by Kylie Minogue):

carol hitchcockCarol Hitchcock (born Carol Ann Hitchcock on October 12, 1959 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia) was an Australian pop singer from the ’80s. She was known for her shaved hairstyle nose ring and ear piercings.

Carol began her music career as a vocalist for a funk music band in Melbourne called Bang. Six months later, she went on to join another funk music group called Cat People. She also appeared on television shows such as the Australian soap opera “Prisoner.”
get readyDuring the mid-’80s, Carol signed a record deal with Mushroom Records. In 1987, she released her only single, a cover version of The Temptations’ 1966 hit song “Get Ready” which was produced by music producers Stock Aiken Waterman.

Her version of the song peaked at #18 in Australia and #56 on the U.K. Singles chart. It was also moderately successful in New Zealand as well. The B-side of the single included a cover version of Mel & Kim’s song “More Than Words Can Say.”

During that same year, Carol was a part of the backing chorus on a cover version of the Beatles’ song “Let It By” which was recorded as a charity record by an ensemble group called Ferry Aid (which consisted of various artists such as Rick Astley, Samantha Fox and Paul McCartney) which raised funds for the Zebrugge Ferry Disaster.

After that, it was reported that Carol was working on a follow-up single, but for reasons unknown, it was never released and Carol had faded into obscurity. Her whereabouts are currently unknown.

To see the music video for “Get Ready,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “More Than Words Can Say,” go to:

Lou

louLou (born Lou Nicholson) was a female pop/dance singer from the late ’80s. Not much information is given about her, but she was signed to the Supreme Records label.
rookies revengeIn 1987, she released her only single “Rookies Revenge” which managed to peak at #92 on the U.K. Singles chart.

After that, not much was heard from Lou and it seems as if she has faded into obscurity. It’s unknown what she’s currently up to these days.

To see the music video for “Rookies Revenge,” go to: