Sunday, July 22, 2012
BUENA, BUCHANAN, DONAGHY REBORN
The Spice Girls had followed like sheep and gone all urban/R&B on us, but the 'Babes brought pop chic back to the charts via their debut album 'One Touch' and its four top 30 UK singles.
Over successive years, however, changes affected the band. Original band member Siobhan Donaghy left in 2001, replaced by former Atomic Kitten songstress Heidi Range. Mutya Buena left the group in 2005, replaced by Amelle Berrabah, while the group's only original member Keisha Buchanan left in 2009, replaced by British Eurovision entrant Jade Ewen.
Now that the Sugababes' popularity has waned and the new line-up has gone back to the drawing board to work on new music for next year (with their new label Sony), the original Sugababes' lineup of Siobhan Donaghy, Keisha Buchanan and Mutya Buena have reformed and reportedly signed a lucrative £1 million deal with Polydor Records.
Work is already underway on new music for the trio, who will release under the name Mutya Keisha Siobhan.
And while an official announcement on new tunes is obviously still to come, you might want to get the heads-up on forthcoming projects by connecting with the girls via TWITTER or FACEBOOK.
Posted by auspOp at Sunday, July 22, 2012