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Most recent release, Rough and Tough: Best Of, (compilation, 2002). Also doing music for theatre.
Nona Hendryx first entered the public eye in the band Labelle, whose most notorious hit is the unforgettable "Lady Marmalade (Voulez Vous Coucher Avec Moi Ce Soir?)". She has a powerhouse of a voice.
Recommended first album:
1989—Private Music, USA—2055-2-P
See website for availability
Recommended for fans of rock/R&B; others have called this particular album New Age-y because of the use of synthsizers
Nona Hendryx—synthesizer, piano, programming, vocals, backing vocals, drum programming
Peter Baumann—synthesizer, programming, drum programming
Peter Baumann and Nona Hendryx
Poor, only one excellent song; computer programmed. (Dirk.Kastens@rz.Uni-Osnabrueck.DE)
Has appeared doing vocals on numerous other artists' recordings, including for David Byrne, Jerry Harrison, and Alice Cooper.
Thanks to Dirk Kastens for work on this entry.
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