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Sheila E. Escovedo

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Prince

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16650 Longenbaugh Dr.

Houston, Texas,77095

United States

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prince.org is an organization made up of dedicated Prince enthusiasts, each of which contribute to the prince.org website, prince.org. Our nickname among fans is "the org". The primary goal of the site is to be the premiere online Prince fan community, by offe... more.

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Employment History

Musician

Bach Dancing & Dynamite Society


Musical Director for Performance

President Obama


Affiliations

Elevate Hope Foundation

Co-Founder


Ringo Starr

Regular Member


Escovedo Bros Latin Jazz Sextet

Founder


The Next Great American Band.\

Founder


Education

Doctorate of Music Degree

MI


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Sheila E. – QG Enterprise

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Sheila E.
Sheila E. Sheila E., the world's best known female drummer & percussionist has recorded and/or toured extensively with countless renowned artists including George Duke, Marvin Gaye, Gloria Estefan, Herbie Hancock, Lionel Richie, Ringo Starr, Stevie Wonder, Whitney Houston and Joss Stone. In 1983, Prince changed her name from Sheila Escovedo to "Sheila E." and helped her conquer the charts with hits like "The Glamorous Life" and "A Love Bizarre". Sheila Escovedo was born into a musical family. The eldest child of Pete and Juanita Escovedo (she has two brothers, Juan and Peter Michael, and one sister, Zina), she started playing with the family instruments at the age of 3. Sheila was obviously influenced by her father, Latin jazz legend and timbalero Pete Escovedo (then band leader of the influential band Azteca) while watching him rehearse. At that moment, Sheila knew exactly what she wanted to do: she was going to be a percussionist. Family, faith and music were guiding forces for Sheila E. growing up in Oakland, California ("the Bay Area"). In addition to being weaned on Latin jazz and Motown, Sheila E. was exposed to an array of Bay Area acts. Those influences ranged from the rock of Jefferson Airplane and the Grateful Dead to the R&B/pop of the Pointer Sisters and the funk of Sly & the Family Stone. "I used to sit on the corner outside of the local community center with Twinkies and 7-Up listening to Sly and Larry Graham rehearse," remembers Sheila E. "The sounds of the Bay Area molded me." From the age of 17, Sheila recorded and toured extensively with renowned artists such as Billy Cobham, Natalie Cole, George Duke, Pete Escovedo, Gloria Estefan, Marvin Gaye, Herbie Hancock, Stevie Nicks, Patti LaBelle, Cyndi Lauper, Prince, Lionel Richie, Diana Ross, Ringo Starr, Tito Puente, Don Was, and Stevie Wonder. Following a Bay Area gig in the late '70s, Sheila E. met mentor Prince backstage. The "Purple Rain" recording sessions - including Sheila E.'s vocals on the 1984 classic "Erotic City" - helped launch her solo career that same year. In 1983, Sheila changed her name to "Sheila E." and Prince helped her record her first solo album. The first single from the album, "The Glamorous Life", was released in the spring of 1984 and earned popular and critical acclaim. This single went on to receive multiple Grammy and American Music Award nominations, and won MTV's Best Video Award. "The Glamorous Life" album not only yielded a hit single with the title track, but also another hit with its follow-up single, "The Belle of St. Mark". After three months of sold out performances in Europe and the United States, Sheila began touring as the opening act for Prince's 1984-85 sold out Purple Rain Tour, all this while composing her follow-up album, "Romance 1600". In 1986, Sheila made her acting debut in the motion picture "Krush Groove", and contributed to its soundtrack with the song "Holly Rock". Soon after, she released her third album simply titled "Sheila E.", which included yet another smash single, "Hold Me", which went to #1 on Billboard's chart and had a fast-growing international reputation. Instead of touring to support her own album, however, Sheila joined Prince's band, playing drums and percussion, for his European tour supporting his album "Sign o' the Times", a tour that Rolling Stone Magazine readers rated as the 15th best tour in music history. Showing her strong family roots and love for Latin jazz, she joined her father, Pete Escovedo, and fellow Latin jazz legend, the great Tito Puente, on a special concert which deviated from the pop and funk music she had become popular with. Later released on video and CD as "Latina Familia", the performance showcased her skills as a virtuoso musician. In 1988 and 1989, Sheila toured again with Prince on his "Lovesexy" World Tour, playing drums and percussion. The following year, she appeared in the Andrew Dice Clay comedy "The Adventures of Ford Fairlane" and in 1991 she released her fourth album "Sex Cymbal". In 1998, Sheila became the first female bandleader on Magic Johnson's late night TV variety show, "The Magic Hour", and co-wrote and co-produced the show's theme song. Sheila has played on countless albums, including the soundtrack to "Prince of Egypt", featuring Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey, successful Japanese artist Namie Amuro (whom she also toured with in 1996 and 2002) and Gloria Estefan's hugely successful "Mi Tierra". Among her other notable appearances, Sheila performed at the 35th Annual Academy Awards with the incomparable Placido Domingo, the 1996 Summer Olympics and was featured in the "all girl" Grammy production opening number featuring Ellen De Generes. In 2004 Sheila joined Prince on the "Musicology" tour, which was seen by 1.5 million people. She also performed "The Glamorous Life" at the 7th Annual VH1 Divas, a benefit concert for the VH1 Save the Music Foundation that was televised worldwide. In the Summer of 2006 Sheila toured for the third time with the legendary Ringo Starr. On October 13th 2009 Sheila E. was part of "In Performance at the White House: Fiesta Latina", a concert hosted by the President and Mrs. Obama on the South Lawn of the White House, celebrating Hispanic musical heritage and aired on the final day of National Hispanic Heritage Month on PBS. Sheila E. shared the stage with the world's most famous "Latin" performers, including Gloria Estefan, Marc Anthony, Jennifer Lopez and many others.


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Dallas, Texas, July 23, 2016: Grammy Award winner, Sheila E (Sheila Escovedo) world renown percussionist, drummer, and entertainer for great musicians such as Prince, George Duke, Gloria Estefan, Patti LaBelle, Marvin Gaye, Lionel Richie, Stevie Nicks and Ringo Starr will be the special guest speaker for the Run Women's Conference 2016 in Dallas, Texas.
"We are in our third year and we are thrilled to host Sheila E (Sheila Escovedo), Elayna Fernandez, Dr. Tamika Perry and other inspiring women at this year's Conference," said Dr. Cassandra Bradford-Wilson, Founder of the Run Women's Conference.


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Sheila E.
Sheila E. Sheila E. Sheila E., the world's best known female drummer & percussionist has recorded and/or toured extensively with countless renowned artists including George Duke, Marvin Gaye, Gloria Estefan, Herbie Hancock, Lionel Richie, Ringo Starr, Stevie Wonder, Whitney Houston and Joss Stone. In 1983, Prince changed her name from Sheila Escovedo to "Sheila E." and helped her conquer the charts with hits like "The Glamorous Life" and "A Love Bizarre". Sheila Escovedo was born into a musical family. The eldest child of Pete and Juanita Escovedo (she has two brothers, Juan and Peter Michael, and one sister, Zina), she started playing with the family instruments at the age of 3. Sheila was obviously influenced by her father, Latin jazz legend and timbalero Pete Escovedo (then band leader of the influential band Azteca) while watching him rehearse. At that moment, Sheila knew exactly what she wanted to do: she was going to be a percussionist. Family, faith and music were guiding forces for Sheila E. growing up in Oakland, California ("the Bay Area"). In addition to being weaned on Latin jazz and Motown, Sheila E. was exposed to an array of Bay Area acts. Those influences ranged from the rock of Jefferson Airplane and the Grateful Dead to the R&B/pop of the Pointer Sisters and the funk of Sly & the Family Stone. "I used to sit on the corner outside of the local community center with Twinkies and 7-Up listening to Sly and Larry Graham rehearse," remembers Sheila E. "The sounds of the Bay Area molded me." From the age of 17, Sheila recorded and toured extensively with renowned artists such as Billy Cobham, Natalie Cole, George Duke, Pete Escovedo, Gloria Estefan, Marvin Gaye, Herbie Hancock, Stevie Nicks, Patti LaBelle, Cyndi Lauper, Prince, Lionel Richie, Diana Ross, Ringo Starr, Tito Puente, Don Was, and Stevie Wonder. Following a Bay Area gig in the late '70s, Sheila E. met mentor Prince backstage. The "Purple Rain" recording sessions - including Sheila E.'s vocals on the 1984 classic "Erotic City" - helped launch her solo career that same year. In 1983, Sheila changed her name to "Sheila E." and Prince helped her record her first solo album. The first single from the album, "The Glamorous Life", was released in the spring of 1984 and earned popular and critical acclaim. This single went on to receive multiple Grammy and American Music Award nominations, and won MTV's Best Video Award. "The Glamorous Life" album not only yielded a hit single with the title track, but also another hit with its follow-up single, "The Belle of St. Mark". After three months of sold out performances in Europe and the United States, Sheila began touring as the opening act for Prince's 1984-85 sold out Purple Rain Tour, all this while composing her follow-up album, "Romance 1600". In 1986, Sheila made her acting debut in the motion picture "Krush Groove", and contributed to its soundtrack with the song "Holly Rock". Soon after, she released her third album simply titled "Sheila E.", which included yet another smash single, "Hold Me", which went to #1 on Billboard's chart and had a fast-growing international reputation. Instead of touring to support her own album, however, Sheila joined Prince's band, playing drums and percussion, for his European tour supporting his album "Sign o' the Times", a tour that Rolling Stone Magazine readers rated as the 15th best tour in music history. Showing her strong family roots and love for Latin jazz, she joined her father, Pete Escovedo, and fellow Latin jazz legend, the great Tito Puente, on a special concert which deviated from the pop and funk music she had become popular with. Later released on video and CD as "Latina Familia", the performance showcased her skills as a virtuoso musician. In 1988 and 1989, Sheila toured again with Prince on his "Lovesexy" World Tour, playing drums and percussion. The following year, she appeared in the Andrew Dice Clay comedy "The Adventures of Ford Fairlane" and in 1991 she released her fourth album "Sex Cymbal". In 1998, Sheila became the first female bandleader on Magic Johnson's late night TV variety show, "The Magic Hour", and co-wrote and co-produced the show's theme song. Sheila has played on countless albums, including the soundtrack to "Prince of Egypt", featuring Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey, successful Japanese artist Namie Amuro (whom she also toured with in 1996 and 2002) and Gloria Estefan's hugely successful "Mi Tierra". Among her other notable appearances, Sheila performed at the 35th Annual Academy Awards with the incomparable Placido Domingo, the 1996 Summer Olympics and was featured in the "all girl" Grammy production opening number featuring Ellen De Generes. In 2004 Sheila joined Prince on the "Musicology" tour, which was seen by 1.5 million people. She also performed "The Glamorous Life" at the 7th Annual VH1 Divas, a benefit concert for the VH1 Save the Music Foundation that was televised worldwide. In the Summer of 2006 Sheila toured for the third time with the legendary Ringo Starr. On October 13th 2009 Sheila E. was part of "In Performance at the White House: Fiesta Latina", a concert hosted by the President and Mrs. Obama on the South Lawn of the White House, celebrating Hispanic musical heritage and aired on the final day of National Hispanic Heritage Month on PBS. Sheila E. shared the stage with the world's most famous "Latin" performers, including Gloria Estefan, Marc Anthony, Jennifer Lopez and many others.


Sheila E. - Official Website

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Sheila Escovedo was born into a musical family.
The eldest child of Pete and Juanita Escovedo (she has two brothers, Juan and Peter Michael, and one sister, Zina), she started playing with the family instruments at the age of 3. Sheila was obviously influenced by her father Latin jazz legend and timbalero Pete Escovedo (then band leader of the influential band Azteca) while watching him rehearse. At that moment, Sheila knew exactly what she wanted to do: she was going to be a percussionist. From age 17, Sheila has recorded and toured extensively with renowned artists such as Babyface, Billy Cobham, Natalie Cole, George Duke, Pete Escovedo, Gloria Estefan, Marvin Gaye, Herbie Hancock, Stevie Nicks, Patti LaBelle, Cyndi Lauper, Prince, Lionel Richie, Diana Ross, Ringo Starr, Tito Puente, Don Was, Stevie Wonder and countless others, but to name a few. In 1983, Sheila caught the attention of Prince and changed her name to "Sheila E.," and Prince helped her record her first solo album, "The Glamorous Life. The first single from the album, "The Glamorous Life," written, performed, and directed by Sheila E., was released in the spring of 1984 and earned popular and critical acclaim. This single went on to receive multiple Grammy and American Music Award nominations, and won MTV's Best Video Award. "The Glamorous Life" yielded a hit single in the title track, and another hit for its follow-up single, "The Belle of St. Mark." After three months of sold out performances in Europe and the United States, Sheila began touring as the opening act for Prince's 1984-85 sold out Purple Rain Tour, all while composing her follow-up album, "Romance 1600. Released in August of 1985, "Romance 1600" raced up the charts with its mega-single "A Love Bizarre. In 1986, Sheila made her acting debut in the motion picture "Krush Groove," and contributed the song "Holly Rock" to its soundtrack. Soon after, she released her third album entitled "Sheila E.," which included yet another smash single, "Hold Me," which went to #1 on Billboard's chart and had a fast-growing international reputation. Instead of touring to support her own album, however, Sheila joined Prince's band, playing drums and percussion, for his European tour supporting his album "Sign o' the Times," a tour that Rolling Stone Magazine readers rated as the 15th best tour in music history. Showing her strong family roots and love for Latin jazz, she joined her father, Pete, and fellow Latin jazz legend, the great Tito Puente, on a special concert which deviated from the pop and funk music she had become popular playing. Later released on video and CD as "Latina Familia," the performance showcased her skills as a virtuoso musician. In 1988 and 1989, Sheila toured again with Prince on his "Lovesexy" World Tour, playing drums and percussion. In the following year, she appeared in the Andrew Dice Clay comedy "The Adventures of Ford Fairlane" and in 1991, released her fourth CD, "Sex Cymbal. In 1998, Sheila became the first female bandleader on late night television on Magic Johnson's variety show "The Magic Hour," and she co-wrote and co-produced the late night show's theme song. Sheila has played on countless albums, including the soundtrack to "Prince of Egypt," featuring Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey, successful Japanese artist Namie Amuro (whom she also toured with in 1996 and 2002) and Gloria Estefan's hugely successful "Mi Tierra." Among her other notable appearances, Sheila performed at the 35th Annual Academy Awards with the incomparable Placido Domingo, the 1996 Summer Olympics and was featured in the "all girl" Grammy production opening number featuring Ellen DeGeneres. In 2004 Sheila joined Prince on the "Musicology" tour, which was seen by 1.5 million people. She also performed "The Glamorous Life" at the 7th Annual VH1 Divas, a benefit concert for the VH1 Save the Music Foundation that was televised worldwide, and appeared on the TBN network show "Praise The Lord" that received the highest ratings of the season. In 2005 Sheila was a Featured Artist and Musical Director for her first gospel tour "Sisters In The Spirit" featuring Yolanda Adams, Martha Munizzi, Kelly Price, Juanita Bynum and RiZen. In the summer of 2006 Sheila returned for the third time and toured in concert with the legendary Ringo Starr. In 2006 Sheila founded her all girl group C.O.E.D. (Chronicles Of Every Diva) featuring Sheila E., Rhonda Smith, Kat Dyson, and Cassandra O'Neal, who went on their highly acclaimed first European tour in March 2007 with special guest Dutch sax player Candy Dulfer. In 2007, Sheila was chosen as one of the celebrity judges for American Idol Spin-Off "The Next Great American Band." Founder and president of HEAVEN PRODUCTIONS MUSIC, a music production company, Sheila and company has been hired to direct and arrange music for the ALMA Awards (1998 & 1999), The 1998 WoW Awards, 1998 Gospel Music Association's annual event, and the 2005 MTV Video Music Awards. She co-hosted ABC's Countdown To the American Music Awards with Wayne Brady, hosted 10 episodes of VH1's Arsenio Jams, and appeared as a celebrity judge for NBCs Americas Most Talented Kids Finals. In 2003 she wrote, recorded and taped a montage for the World Series in Baseball. Currently, Sheila, a philanthropist, continues to devote her talents and time to the Elevate Hope Foundation (EHF), a charitable organization (which she is co-founder and co-chair) that assists the needs of abused and abandoned children through music therapy. Despite the demands of her commitment to making music, she maintains a heavy involvement in the organization. "There are so many kids who need our help," she says, "And we're trying to help them get their lives together by building their confidence through music and the arts. It's just another way for me to do God's will, another reason for living. I believe we are here to help people in this lifetime. We must give something of ourselves to truly live. Sheila E. and EHF have presented countless events to raise money for the foundation. Besides her charitable work through the Elevate Hope Foundation, Sheila performed on USA For Africa's "We Are the World," for African famine relief. She contributed her rendition of "Mary Had A Little Lamb" to the Pediatric Aids Foundation with 6 million CDs and videos sold worldwide for the project "For Our Children. Most recently, Sheila E. participated in the third season of CMT's hit show, "Gone Country. Sheila E. was the Grand Prize Winner of the third season and has gone on to release her first country single & video for her song, "Glorious Train." Sheila E. is indeed a multi-faceted drummer, percussionist, vocalist, songwriter, performer, arranger, producer, composer, instrumentalist and humanitarian. Her gifts have brought joy on the world and have made her one of today's brightest talents, and she continues to be one of our most treasured stars.


Elevate Hope Foundation | Elevate Oakland

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Co-founded in 2001 by entertainer Sheila E. and business partner and accomplished vocalist, Lynn Mabry, The Elevate Hope Foundation (EHF) is dedicated to providing abused and abandoned children an alternative method of therapy through music and arts education, and funding special services and programs that assist the needs of these children using these fundamental methods.
Sheila E., The Elevate Hope Foundation Co-Founder Sheila Escovedo was born into a musical family. The eldest child of Pete and Juanita Escovedo (she has two brothers, Juan and Peter Michael, and one sister, Zina), she started playing with the family instruments at the age of 3. Sheila was obviously influenced by her father Latin jazz legend and timbalero Pete Escovedo (then band leader of the influential band Azteca) while watching him rehearse. At that moment, Sheila knew exactly what she wanted to do: she was going to be a percussionist. From age 17, Sheila has recorded and toured extensively with renowned artists such as Babyface, Billy Cobham, Natalie Cole, George Duke, Pete Escovedo, Gloria Estefan, Marvin Gaye, Herbie Hancock, Stevie Nicks, Patti LaBelle, Cyndi Lauper, Prince, Lionel Richie, Diana Ross, Ringo Starr, Tito Puente, Don Was, Stevie Wonder and countless others, but to name a few. In 1983, Sheila caught the attention of Prince and changed her name to "Sheila E.," and Prince helped her record her first solo album, "The Glamorous Life. The first single from the album, "The Glamorous Life," written, performed, and directed by Sheila E., was released in the spring of 1984 and earned popular and critical acclaim. This single went on to receive multiple Grammy and American Music Award nominations, and won MTV's Best Video Award. "The Glamorous Life" yielded a hit single in the title track, and another hit for its follow-up single, "The Belle of St. Mark." After three months of sold out performances in Europe and the United States, Sheila began touring as the opening act for Prince's 1984-85 sold out Purple Rain Tour, all while composing her follow-up album, "Romance 1600. Released in August of 1985, "Romance 1600" raced up the charts with its mega-single "A Love Bizarre. In 1986, Sheila made her acting debut in the motion picture "Krush Groove," and contributed the song "Holly Rock" to its soundtrack. Soon after, she released her third album entitled "Sheila E.," which included yet another smash single, "Hold Me," which went to #1 on Billboard's chart and had a fast-growing international reputation. Instead of touring to support her own album, however, Sheila joined Prince's band, playing drums and percussion, for his European tour supporting his album "Sign o' the Times," a tour that Rolling Stone Magazine readers rated as the 15th best tour in music history. Showing her strong family roots and love for Latin jazz, she joined her father, Pete, and fellow Latin jazz legend, the great Tito Puente, on a special concert which deviated from the pop and funk music she had become popular playing. Later released on video and CD as "Latina Familia," the performance showcased her skills as a virtuoso musician. In 1988 and 1989, Sheila toured again with Prince on his "Lovesexy" World Tour, playing drums and percussion. In the following year, she appeared in the Andrew Dice Clay comedy "The Adventures of Ford Fairlane" and in 1991, released her fourth CD, "Sex Cymbal. In 1998, Sheila became the first female bandleader on late night television on Magic Johnson's variety show "The Magic Hour," and she co-wrote and co-produced the late night show's theme song. Sheila has played on countless albums, including the soundtrack to "Prince of Egypt," featuring Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey, successful Japanese artist Namie Amuro (whom she also toured with in 1996 and 2002) and Gloria Estefan's hugely successful "Mi Tierra." Among her other notable appearances, Sheila performed at the 35th Annual Academy Awards with the incomparable Placido Domingo, the 1996 Summer Olympics and was featured in the "all girl" Grammy production opening number featuring Ellen DeGeneres. In 2004 Sheila joined Prince on the "Musicology" tour, which was seen by 1.5 million people. She also performed "The Glamorous Life" at the 7th Annual VH1 Divas, a benefit concert for the VH1 Save the Music Foundation that was televised worldwide, and appeared on the TBN network show "Praise The Lord" that received the highest ratings of the season. In 2005 Sheila was a Featured Artist and Musical Director for her first gospel tour "Sisters In The Spirit" featuring Yolanda Adams, Martha Munizzi, Kelly Price, Juanita Bynum and RiZen. In the summer of 2006 Sheila returned for the third time and toured in concert with the legendary Ringo Starr. In 2006 Sheila founded her all girl group C.O.E.D. (Chronicles Of Every Diva) featuring Sheila E., Rhonda Smith, Kat Dyson, and Cassandra O'Neal, who went on their highly acclaimed first European tour in March 2007 with special guest Dutch sax player Candy Dulfer. In 2007, Sheila was chosen as one of the celebrity judges for American Idol Spin-Off "The Next Great American Band." Founder and president of HEAVEN PRODUCTIONS MUSIC, a music production company, Sheila and company has been hired to direct and arrange music for the ALMA Awards (1998 & 1999), The 1998 WoW Awards, 1998 Gospel Music Association's annual event, and the 2005 MTV Video Music Awards. She co-hosted ABC's Countdown To the American Music Awards with Wayne Brady, hosted 10 episodes of VH1's Arsenio Jams, and appeared as a celebrity judge for NBCs Americas Most Talented Kids Finals. In 2003 she wrote, recorded and taped a montage for the World Series in Baseball. Currently, Sheila, a philanthropist, continues to devote her talents and time to the Elevate Hope Foundation (EHF), a charitable organization (which she is co-founder and co-chair) that assists the needs of abused and abandoned children through music therapy. Despite the demands of her commitment to making music, she maintains a heavy involvement in the organization. "There are so many kids who need our help," she says, "And we're trying to help them get their lives together by building their confidence through music and the arts. It's just another way for me to do God's will, another reason for living. I believe we are here to help people in this lifetime. We must give something of ourselves to truly live. Sheila E. and EHF have presented countless events to raise money for the foundation. Besides her charitable work through the Elevate Hope Foundation, Sheila performed on USA For Africa's "We Are the World," for African famine relief. She contributed her rendition of "Mary Had A Little Lamb" to the Pediatric Aids Foundation with 6 million CDs and videos sold worldwide for the project "For Our Children. Most recently, Sheila E. participated in the third season of CMT's hit show, "Gone Country. Sheila E. was the Grand Prize Winner of the third season and has gone on to release her first country single & video for her song, "Glorious Train." Sheila E. is indeed a multi-faceted drummer, percussionist, vocalist, songwriter, performer, arranger, producer, composer, instrumentalist and humanitarian. Her gifts have brought joy on the world and have made her one of today's brightest talents, and she continues to be one of our most treasured stars. Recorded, toured, and or appeared in videos with artist such as Elton John, Mick Jagger, Rod Stewart, Celine Dion, Eric Clapton, Stevie Nicks, Fleetwood Mac, Don Henley, Ernie Isley, Sheila E., Namie Amuro, Ichiki Yazawa, Ruichi Sakamoto, Masayoshi Takanaka, Chris Isaac, Neil Shawn, and many more. In 1995 retired from touring and decided to venture into the music business by partnering with world-renowned performing artist & entertainer Sheila E. As Vice President and Executive Director of Heaven Productions Music, she began managing Sheila exclusively in 1996.


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