En Vogue Information
En Vogue is an all-female R&B vocal group. Founded in 1989, the group's genres include R&B, soul and funk. They are from Oakland, California and their current members include Terry Ellis, Cindy Herron and Rhona Bennett. Their music producers are Denzil Foster and Thomas McElroy. The group has had much success since their start, winning four Soul Train Awards, six American Music Awards, Seven Grammy nominations, and seven MTV Video Music Awards. Billboard Magazine named them the 18th most successful act of the 1990s.
The group's founding inspiration was a vision of a modern-day girl group in the tradition of the 1950s/1960s female trios. Their debut album, Born to Sing, was released in 1990 and charted at No. 21 on the Billboard 200 and No. 3 on the Billboard's R&B Albums Chart. They released five more studio albums and two EPs. Their last album, Soul Flower, was released in 2004 and failed to chart on the Billboard 200. Since 2004 the group has not made any albums and have had only minimal appearances at awards shows. En Vogue has split into two groups and the members are taking each other to court for the use of the En Vogue name. Regardless, members of En Vogue will be performing at Boston's Wilbur Theatre on Thursday, November 15 at 8PM.