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Harmony Innocents (H.I.)

harmony innocentsHarmony Innocents (also known as H.I.) were a female R&B trio from the ’90s that consisted of members Dawn McGhee, Quyvonne Perry and Shamika Brown (born on May 17, 1977 in India).

Shamika formed the trio in 1994. The trio later met music producer Lorenzo Pryor who helped them get a record deal with Quality Records.
hi naturally albumIn March of 1995, they released their debut (and only) album “H.I….Naturally” on the Quality Records label, but it’s unknown how or if it charted at all.
that's what i likeThe only single released from the album “That’s What I Like” didn’t appear to make a lot of impact on the charts. After their album and single flopped, it seemed as if H.I.  faded in obscurity.

In 1997, Shamika (who now goes under the name India Morel) began working as an adult film actress, appearing in over 200 videos and worked as an exclusive contract girl for a production company called Video Team.

After retiring from her adult film career, India is currently the host of a radio show called “The Dollhouse” and performs as a solo artist.
india roleplayShe also released her debut album “Role Play” in 2006 under her own record label, Black Widow Entertainment and an erotic novel called “Seductive Company” in 2011.

As for Dawn and Quyvonne, it’s unknown what they’re currently up to and it appears as if they’ve faded into obscurity.

To see India Morel’s Facebook page, go to:
https://www.facebook.com/iamindiamorel/

To see India Morel’s Reverbnation page, go to:

To see a fan-made video for “That’s What I Like,” go to:

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3 of hearts group
3 of Hearts was a female country music trio from Texas that consisted of Blaire Stroud (born Ashley Blaire Stroud on July 31, 1983 in Fort Worth, Texas), Deserea Wasdin (born on September 17, 1983 in El Centero, California) and Katie McNeill (born on September 29, 1982 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma).

The girls first sang together at a funeral and later cut a demo tape which was sent to the RCA Nashville record label who signed them to the label in 2000. During that same year, they were featured on the soundtrack to the film “Where the Heart Is” with the track “Just Might Change Your Life.”

The trio also embarked on a tour sponsored by “Seventeen” magazine where they performed at shopping malls and promoted prom-related fashion trends.
3 of heartsIn March of 2001, 3 of Hearts released their self-titled debut (and only) album which peaked at #45 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart.
love is enoughThe lead single from the album “Love is Enough” which peaked at #43 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart. The follow-up single “Arizona Rain” peaked at #59 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart.
christmas shoesIn 2002, 3 of Hearts released a cover version of contemporary Christian music group NewSong’s song “The Christmas Shoes” which peaked at #39 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart, making it their only highest chart appearance to date.

After that, nothing much was heard from the trio and by 2005, they presumably disbanded.

These days, Blaire Stroud appears to continue to sing (according to her YouTube page). As for Katie McNeill and Deserea Wasdin, it’s unknown what they’re currently up to.

To see a fan-made video for “Love is Enough,” go to:

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

To see a video of 3 of Hearts performing “The Christmas Shoes” live, go to:

Stephanie WinslowStephanie Winslow (born on August 27, 1956 in Yankton, South Dakota) was a country music singer from the late ’70s and early ’80s.
say you love meIn 1979, Stephanie released her debut single, a cover version of Fleetwood Mac’s song “Say You Love Me” which peaked at #10 on Billboard’s Hot Country Singles chart, making it her first hit (and only) single on the chart.
crying singleHer second single, a cover version of Roy Orbison’s song “Crying” was also successful, peaking at #14 on Billboard’s Hot Country Singles chart.
crying albumIn 1980, Stephanie released her debut album “Crying” on the Warner Bros.\Curb Records label which managed to peak at #14 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart.
I Can't RememberThe third and last single from the album “I Can’t Remember” peaked at #38 on Billboard’s Hot Country Singles chart.
try it onDuring that same year, Stephanie released the single “Try It On” which peaked at #36 on Billboard’s Hot Country Singles chart. Her next single, a cover version of Bread’s song “Baby, I’m A Want You” peaked at #35 on Billboard’s Hot Country Singles chart.
dakotaIn 1981, Stephanie released her sophomore album “Dakota” which peaked at #45 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart.
Anything But Yes Is Still A NoThe third single from the album “Anything Yes Is Still a No” peaked at #25 on Billboard’s Hot Country Singles chart, making it the highest charting single from the album.
Hideaway HealingThe fourth single released from the album “Hideaway Healing” peaked at #36 on Billboard’s Hot Country Singles chart.

I've Been A Fool ‎ The last single “I’ve Been a Fool” and a cover version of Dan Hill’s song “Sometimes When We Touch” peaked at #39 on Billboard’s Hot Country Singles chart.
When You Walk In The RoomDuring that same year, Stephanie released the single, a cover version of Jackie DeShannon’s song  “When You Walk Into the Room” which was moderately successful, peaking at #29 on Billboard’s Hot Country Singles chart.

In 1982, she released the singles “Slippin’ and Slidin'” (which peaked at #43 on Billboard’s Hot Country Singles chart) and “Don’t We Belong in Love” (which peaked at #40 on Billboard’s Hot Country Singles chart).

In 1983, Stephanie released the singles “Nobody Else for Me” (which peaked at #61 on Billboard’s Hot Country Singles chart) and “Kiss Me Darling” (which peaked at #25 on Billboard’s Hot Country Singles chart).
dancin devilIn 1984, she released the single “Dancin’ with the Devil” which peaked at #29 on Billboard’s Hot Country Singles chart.
baby come to meDuring that same year, Stephanie released her last single, a cover version of James Ingram & Patti Austin’s duet, “Baby, Come To Me” which peaked at #42 on Billboard’s Hot Country Singles chart.

After that, it seems as if Stephanie Winslow has faded into obscurity. Nothing much has been heard from her since the ’80s and it’s currently unknown what she is up to these days.

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

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

To see a fan-made video for “I Can’t Remember,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Try It On,” go to:

To see a video for “Baby, I’m a Want You,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Anything Yes Is Still a No,” go to:

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

To see a fan-made video for “I’ve Been a Fool,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Sometimes When We Touch,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “When You Walk in the Room,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Slippin’ and Slidin’,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Don’t We Belong in Love,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “In Between Lovers,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Nobody Else for Me,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Kiss Me Darling,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Dancin’ with the Devil,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Baby, Come to Me,” go to:

cyndi greccoCyndi Grecco (born on May 19, 1952 in New York, New York) was a pop music singer well-known for singing the theme song to the 1970s television sitcom “Laverne and Shirley.”

Originally, the theme song was titled “Hoping Our Dreams Come True,” but producers told songwriters Charles Fox and Norman Gimbell that it didn’t fit for the show’s characters, so it was changed to “Making Our Dreams Come True” and Cyndi was chosen to sing the song.
making our dreams come true

“Making Our Dreams Come True” became a hit on the music charts, peaking at #25 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #13 on Billboard’s Adult Contemporary chart in 1976. It also peaked at #16 on the Canadian RPM Top Singles chart. The song became Cyndi’s only song to make the charts.
dreams come trueDuring that same year, Cyndi released her debut album “Making Our Dreams Come True” on Private Stock Records. It’s unknown how or if the album made the charts at all.

The follow-up singles from the album “Watching You,” “I Think I Can Make It,” “Dancing, Dancing” and “Hello Again” failed to make any impact on the charts at all.
this time in it for love
In 1977, Cyndi released the single “This Time (I’m In It For Love)”. It’s unknown how or if the single made the charts at all. During that same year, she sang the theme song to another TV sitcom, the short-lived ABC series “Blansky’s Beauty” called “I Want It All.”
wish upon a star
After that, not much was heard from Cyndi until 1982 when she released her sophomore album “Wish Upon a Star” on the Great West Entertainment, Ltd. record label. It’s unknown how much impact the album made.
you made love come true
Cyndi’s last musical release was in 1989 with the single “You Made Love Come True” on the Sing Me Records Label.

After that, it appears as if Cyndi Grecco has faded into obscurity. It’s unknown what she is currently up to these days.

To see a fan-made video for “Making Our Dreams Come True,” go to:

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

To see a fan-made video for “I Think I Can Make It,” go to:

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

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

As a bonus, here are the opening credits of the sitcoms that Cyndi sang the theme song to:

To see the opening credits for “Laverne and Shirley” (featuring the theme song “Making Our Dreams Come True), go to:

To see the opening credits for “Blansky’s Beauties” (featuring the theme song “I Want It All),” go to:

 

 

Rhianna Kenny

Rhianna kennyRhianna (born Rhianna Hannah Louise Kenny in 1983 in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England) is a female R&B singer from the 2000s.

Originally, she began her career as a backing vocalist for her brother Leigh’s band, LSK, but dropped out of the band to pursue a solo career and went on to sign a record deal with Sony Music.
Oh BabyIn 2002, Rhianna released her debut single “Oh Baby” which peaked at #18 on the U.K. Singles chart, making it her highest chart appearance as a solo artist to date.
get onDuring that same year, she released her debut (and only) album “Get On” which peaked at #91 on the U.K. Albums chart.
Word LoveThe follow-up single from the album “Word Love” peaked at #41 on the U.K. Singles chart.
I Love Every Little Thing About YouThe last single from the album “I Love Every Little Thing About You” flopped, peaking at a low #89 on the U.K. Singles chart.
RunawayAnother track from the album “Runaway” was released promotionally, but didn’t make the music charts at all.

Rhianna toured with singer Beverley Knight on her 2003-04 tour U.K. tour “Who I Am” and was a backing vocalist for trip-hop music act Faithless during their live performances in 2005.

These days, Rhianna is still active in the music business as part of the music duo Little Fix and also works as a backup vocalist for various artists such as John Newman.

To see the music video for “Oh Baby,” go to:

To see the music video for “Word Love,” go to:

To see the music video for “I Love Every Little Thing About You,” go to:

meredith edwardsMeredith Edwards (born on March 15, 1984 in Clinton, Mississippi) was a teenage country music singer from the early 2000s.

As a child, Meredith took dance classes and was entered in pageants by her mother where her singing talent was discovered. At the age of five, she joined the Mississippi Show Stoppers choir which also starred future *NSYNC member Lance Bass whom she befriended.

During their high school years, she and Lance sang in a show choir group called Attache. Meredith was later signed to Mercury Records and Lance Bass’ music management company, Free Lance Entertainment.
reachIn 2001, Meredith released her debut (and only) album “Reach” which peaked at #24 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart and #18 on Billboard’s Top Heatseekers Albums chart. One of the tracks on the album “This is the Heartache” was produced by Richard Marx.
rose is a roseHer debut single “A Rose is a Rose” peaked at #37 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart, making it her highest (and only to date) chart appearance to date. It also received a positive review by Billboard magazine.

The follow-up single from the album “The Bird Song” was moderately successful, peaking at #47 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart.

After that, nothing much was heard from Meredith and it seemed as if she faded into obscurity, but according to research, she was attending college in Nashville studying business.

These days, it’s currently unknown what she is up to and whether or not she is still active in music.

To see the music video for “A Rose is a Rose,” go to:

alecia elliottAlecia Elliott (born on December 25, 1982 in Muscle Shoals, Alabama) is a former teenage country music singer from the late ’90s\early 2000s.

She was discovered by country music singer Lorrie Morgan & sang a duet with her when she was just 9 years old. Alecia later continued to perform around Nashville, Tennessee.

In 1995, Alecia was invited to sing at the Grand Ole Opry Inaugural Concert for Tennessee Governor Don Sundquist. After touring Europe and performing at the White House, she signed a record deal with the MCA Nashville record label.
diggin it singleIn 1999, she released her debut single “I’m Diggin’ It” which peaked at #50 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart by the next year.
diggin itIn 2000, Alecia released her debut (and only) album “I’m Diggin’ It” which peaked at #172 on the Billboard 200, #18 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart and #6 on Billboard’s Top Heatseekers Albums chart.

Her follow-up single “You Wanna What?” peaked at #70 on Billboard’s Country Airplay chart.
christmas
During that same year, she appeared on a Christmas music compliation album called “A Country Christmas 2000” with her version of “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” which was released as a promotional single.‎

In 2001, Alecia starred on the short-lived NBC teen sitcom “All About Us”. She also provided voice-over work for the 2000 animated video “Tom Sawyer.”

After that, not much was heard from Alecia and it appeared as if she faded into obscurity. According to research, she appears to be married with three children, but it’s unknown whether or not she’s still active with her music career.

To see the music video for “I’m Diggin’ It,” go to:

To see the video for “You Wanna What?,” go to:

To see a fan- video for “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas,” go to:

Dream Street

Dream StreetDream Street was a pop music boy band that consisted of members Jesse McCartney (born on April 9, 1987 in Ardsley, New York), Frankie J. Galasso (born Frank Jonathan Galasso on January 24, 1985 in The Bronx, New York), Greg Raposo (born Gregory Frank Raposo on May 3, 1985 in Long Island, New York), Matt Ballinger (born Matthew Samuel Ballinger on April 22, 1985 in Westchester, New York) and Chris Trousdale (born Christopher Ryan Trousdale on June 11, 1985 in New Port Richey, Florida).

The band was initially put together by Louis Baldonieri & Brian Lukow and originally called Boy Wonder. The band featured several boys ranging from ages 11 to 14 years old from New York who worked on Broadway as actors.

The band’s name was changed to Dream Street (named after Brian Lukow and Louis Baldonieri’s recording studio in New York City) and the line-up was narrowed down to five members: Jesse, Greg, Matt, Chris and Frankie.
it happens every timeIn 2000, their debut single “It Happens Every Time” received frequent airplay on Radio Disney.
dream street albumA year later in 2001, Dream Street released their self-titled debut album which peaked at #37 on the Billboard 200 chart and topped Billboard’s Independent Albums chart.
i say yeahTheir follow-up single “I Say Yeah” also received frequent airplay on Radio Disney and the band went on to make appearances on various talk shows & TV events.
the biggest fanIn 2002, Dream Street released the soundtrack album to the film “The Biggest Fan” (which starred Dream Street member Chris), but during that same year, the parents of the band filed a lawsuit against Louis Baldonieri & Brian Lukow, claiming that the boys were “exposed to booze, women, and pornography”.

In August of 2002, the producers were ruled agains and they released the band from their contracts which became the end of Dream Street.

These days, the members of Dream Street have gone on to pursue separate careers.

Jesse McCartney has gone on to become a successful solo artist and actor, appearing in various television series and movies.

Chris Trousdale is still active in the entertainment business as a singer, dancer and actor. In August of 2015, he posted a song called “Enjoy the Ride” on his YouTube channel.

After Dream Street disbanded, Greg Raposo pursued a solo career of his own, releasing his debut solo album in 2003 and his single “Take Me Back Home” received airplay on Radio Disney. He got married in 2014 and appears to still be working on music.

Matt Ballinger attended and graduated from Tufts University. These days, he is married and works as an executive recruiter for the pharmaceutical industry at Green Key Resources in New York. He also performs with a band called Storeys.

Frankie Galasso continues to be active as an actor and in 2012, he joined the national touring cast of the musical “Jersey Boys.”

To see the music video for “It Happens Everytime,” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “I Say Yeah,” go to:

3Deep

3 deep3Deep were a pop music boy band that consisted of Canadian singer CJ Huyer (full name Chris Jacob Huyer) and American actors Eddie Cibrian (born Edward Carl Cibrian on June 16, 1973 in Burbank, California) & Joshua Morrow (born Joshua Jacob Morrow on February 8, 1974 in Juneau, Alaska).

Joshua and Eddie are well-known for starring in soap operas; Joshua appears on the CBS network soap opera “The Young and the Restless” and Eddie appeared on the NBC network soap opera “Sunset Beach.”

The band’s success was limited to Canada, Europe and Asia, but not so much in the United States for reasons unknown.
into youIn 1998, 3Deep released their debut single “Into You” which peaked at #46 on the Canadian Singles chart.
Yes Yes Yes...No No NoA year later, they released their debut album “Yes Yes Yes…No No No”. It’s unknown how successful the album was or how it charted. In addition to touring, 3Deep performed at events such as Ottawa’s Winterlude and even appeared at the Juno Awards.
can't get over youIn 2001, the band released their last album “Can’t Get Over You” which didn’t appear to make a lot of impact and after that, 3Deep disbanded.

These days, CJ Huyer has remained in the music business, managing artists such as Dan Talevski, George Nozuka, Neverest and No More Drama.

As for Eddie and Joshua, they are still active in their acting careers.

Joshua is still starring on “The Young and the Restless” and is married with four children.

Eddie has starred in TV shows such as “Third Watch,” “CSI Miami” & “Invasion.” He is married to country singer Leann Rimes and has two sons from his first marriage to reality TV star Brandi Glanville.

To see the music video for “Into You,” go to:

Shelby StarnerShelby Starner (born in 1984 in East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania) was a teenage pop\rock singer from the late ’90s.

She began writing songs when she was 11 years old. Two years later, her demo tape was given to Warner Bros. Records who immediately signed her to a record deal.
R-3797417-1344805962-8225In 1999, she released her debut (and only) album “In the Shadows.” Even though the album wasn’t commercially successful, it was well-received by critics.
don't let themOne of the songs from the album “Don’t Let Them” was minorly successful, but it’s unknown how or if the single charted at all.

For her follow-up album, Shelby worked with members of the rock band Red Hot Chilli Peppers to create a more rock-oriented sound, but the album was never released.

Frustrated with her record label, she tried to end her contract with Warner Bros. to find a new label, but after her mother was diagnosed with breast cancer, Shelby decided to take a break from the music scene to refocus her life around her family.

For the next two years, Shelby underwent treatment for bulimia, but on June 22, 2003 (two months before she was about to start her freshman year of college at the University of Pittsburgh), she died from complications caused by her eating disorder at the age of 19.

To see the music video for “Don’t Let Them,” go to: