Maxine Jones , a former lead singer and original member of the multi platinum top selling female group of all times EN VOGUE.
Maxine Jones (born January 16, 1962 in Paterson, New Jersey) is one of the original members of the R&B singing group En Vogue. She originally left the group in 2001 to spend time with her daughter. Jones rejoined En Vogue on a permanent basis in the third quarter of 2004. In July 2012 she left the group along with Dawn Robinson. She also appeared as a judge in Paramount Idol, alongside Bruce Flohr and Andy Waldeck.
As a member of En Vogue, Maxine was credited as the member with the "Motown" voice. It seemed as perfect reasoning, since she stated in many interviews that her musical influences: Aretha Franklin, Chaka Khan, Patti Labelle, Tina Turner, and Gladys Knight all had musical careers although some were not Motown artists. Maxine has a wide vocal range, spanning between 3-5 octaves, making her quite versatile within the group.
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