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Regina Belle Biography
Regina Belle emerged as a prolific, consistently engaging
vocalist on the urban contemporary scene. Born in New Jersey, Belle's
early experience was in gospel, though she was also attracted to
R&B during her childhood. She studied trombone, tuba, and steel
drums, and at 12 won a school contest singing the Emotions' Don't Ask
My Neighbors. Belle sang in a New Jersey vocal group, and studied
opera and jazz in college. New York disc jockey Vaughn Harper
introduced her to the Manhattans, and she began working as their
opening act. Belle recorded a duet with them, Where Did We Go Wrong,
that was produced by Bobby Womack in 1986. She earned a solo Columbia
contract in 1987, and the single Please Be Mine earned both praise
and a number two R&B hit. A follow-up single, So Many Tears, also
made the R&B Top 20, and the hit Without You, pairing her with
Peabo Bryson, was the only memorable thing about the film Leonard, Part
6. Her second LP, Stay with Me, secured her success, and she went on to
earn more acclaim. Releasing Passion in 1993, she returned five years
later with Believe in Me, which was followed by 2001's This Is Regina!
and 2004's Lazy Afternoon. ~ Ron Wynn, All Music Guide
Written by Ron Wynn