In a man’s world, female harmonic groups have long dominated the sphere of music. The 60's era brought such greats as Diana Ross and the Supremes, and Martha and the Vandella’s. While the 70's introduced Sister Sledge, and The Pointer Sisters. Fast forward decades later, mega pop hits would be yielded by powerhouse female groups such as En Vogue, SWV, TLC, The Spice Girls and Destiny's Child.
Rewind the clock back to 1987, just when the phenomena of female groups seemed to be fading in the distance, taking center stage, in an introduction to the world are Ann Curless, Gioia Bruno and Jeanette Jurado, all comprising the # 5 Top Female Group of all time, Expose'. Their takeover would be colossal. Churning out hit after hit after hit, with favorites such as their debut single; "Come Go With Me" followed by "Point of No Return", "Let Me Be the One" and the enormous crossover ballad "Seasons Change", Expose' had soon earned their spot in the world of pop music while displaying a universal appeal which would spill over into the dance and r&b scenes.
Gioia Bruno, communal lead singer ("Let Me Be the One", "What You Don't Know") hits the Queue Up to share growth since Expose's debut, life’s offering, and upcoming group and sole ventures.
I can't wait!
Join me on Monday, November 24th for this interview, beginning at 10:30 a.m MST.
Dax Dish, Host