It’s really cool to be back working with the girls
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) October 12, 2006
The rumors are confirmed true today as the original band members of Exposé have announced that they are officially back together and are preparing to tour. Exposé ruled the ‘80s and ‘90s with vocal powerhouses Jeanette Jurado, Ann Curless and Gioia Bruno. The sensational freestyle dance/pop trio generated ten ‘top-ten’ Billboard chart hits such as ‘Let Me Be the One,’ ‘What You Don’t Know,’ ‘Point of No Return,’ ‘Come Go With Me,’ 'I'll Never Get Over You (Getting Over Me)' and the number one smash ‘Seasons Change.’ Now, after more than a decade apart, the fiery voices of Exposé have re-teamed and are putting together one of the most anticipated concert tours.
“It is so unbelievably thrilling to be going out on the road and seeing all of our fans again,” said Bruno. “Through the years, we’ve managed to attract a new audience as well. This concert tour is long overdue.”
The original members of Exposé will perform their highly combustible dance grooves and gut-wrenching ballads across the country. The momentous first concert appearance is scheduled for October 21, 2006 at the American Airlines Arena in Miami, FL. Exposé will be headlining the Freestyle Explosion event along with Lisa, Lisa & Cult Jam and other major pop, R&B and dance artists. To purchase tickets through Ticketmaster visit http://www.ticketmaster.com/venue/106601/.
“It’s really cool to be back working with the girls,” said Jurado. “There are so many reasons why Exposé should reunite, but what excites us most is that we’ll be back on stage performing together again.”
“The chemistry between us is pure magic, plain and simple,” said Curless. “It’s such a fabulous experience to be back working with these incredibly talented ladies. I’ve got goose bumps already!”
Kelly Moneymaker, who replaced Gioia Bruno in 1992, will also make several appearances with the group during the tour.
For Exposé booking information: Please contact Paradise Artists at (212) 879-5900 or visit http://www.paradiseartists.com.
Exposé, the Arista Records freestyle pop-dance trio, ruled the ‘80s and ‘90s and was the Destiny’s Child of the time. They generated highly combustible dance grooves and gut-wrenching ballads with vocal powerhouses Jeanette Jurado, Ann Curless and Gioia Bruno. Exposé, formed by record producer and songwriter Lewis A. Martineé, caught fire with their first album, released in 1986, titled Exposure. The album reeled off a string of major hits, including Billboard Top-Ten’s ‘Come Go With Me,’ ‘Point of No Return,’ and ‘Let Me Be the One’ as well as the number one mega-hit ballad ‘Seasons Change.’ The album itself achieved multi-platinum status. Their follow-up album, released in 1989, was entitled What You Don't Know. It featured the Billboard chart hits ‘What You Don't Know,’ ‘When I Looked at Him’ and ‘Your Baby Never Looked Good in Blue,’ which became another Billboard top-ten hit for the trio. With the release of the single ‘Tell Me Why,’ Exposé made history as the first girl group ever to have seven back-to-back top-ten hits on Billboard’s Hot 100. In 1991, Gioia Bruno discovered a benign tumor on her vocal chords while touring. The group took time off from their schedule in hopes that she would recover. Ultimately, Gioia’s voice did not return as hoped and she was eventually replaced with Kelly Moneymaker. The group released their third album, the self-titled Exposé in 1992 which produced Billboard chart hits with ‘I Wish the Phone Would Ring,’ ‘As Long as I Can Dream,’ ‘In Walked Love’ and the #1 AC hit ‘I'll Never Get Over You (Getting Over Me).’ In 1995, Exposé released their Greatest Hits album, which included Diane Warren’s ‘I'll Say Good-Bye for the Two of Us.’ The song was also featured on the soundtrack of the film Free Willy 2: The Adventure Home. The members disbanded at the beginning of 1996 to pursue their own projects. In the past few years, BMG has released two new greatest hits collections, Master Hits: Exposé and Exposé's Greatest Dance Mixes featuring all of their 12-inch dance singles.
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