American author and Facebook friend James Arena has released his new book "STARS OF 90s DANCE POP" (Kindle & softbound versions) through Amazon and most online booksellers. The e-Book version through Google and iBooks will also be available very soon. James interviewed 29 international artists who helped define the sound of the 1990s with their huge dance-pop hits. Among the interviewees are Richard and Fred Fairbrass of Right Said Fred ("I'm Too Sexy"), Nicki French ("Total Eclipse of the Heart"), Haddaway ("What Is Love"), Lane McCray of La Bouche ("Be My Lover"), DJ Tony Moran (remix of Michael Jackson's "HIStory"), Robin S ("Show Me Love"), Frank Peterson, formerly of Enigma ("Sadeness, Part I"), CeCe Peniston ("Finally"), Dr. Alban ("It's My Life"), Thea Austin, formerly of Snap! ("Rhythm Is A Dancer"), Kristine W ("One More Try"), Rozalla ("Everybody's Free"), Sybil ("The Love I Lost"), Stonebridge (remix of Shaggy's "Boombastic"), Angie Brown, formerly of Bizarre Inc ("I'm Gonna Get You"), Martha Wash, former vocalist with C+C Music Factory ("Gonna Make You Sweat"). The publication also includes commentary by former Billboard dance music editor Larry Flick, The Berman Brothers (Real McCoy's "Another Night") and acclaimed DJ Susan Morabito.
This book is the follow-up to "Stars of 80s Dance Pop" (featuring an interview with José Hoebee - see article posted on September 10th, 2015).
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