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EPISODE 100 - 28th DECEMBER 2022 KATHY SLEDGE (LEGENDARY LEAD VOICE OF SISTER SLEDGE)
Kathy Sledge interviewed by Lenny Fontana for True House Stories® # 100
Kathy Sledge joins Lenny Fontana on our Special 100th Episode (The legendary lead vocalist of Sister Sledge), which is a triumphant celebration. Watch and listen how she shares what her work life was like in the beginning of her career and the balance of family life in “The First Female Band” to ever do it, and they became a huge success.
You will even hear how Kathy talks about the particulars going on in her family, with the control over the usage of the name Sister Sledge and how she was forced to stop singing the iconic songs for over 20 years. You all will know her as the lead singer of those familiar tunes such as “We Are Family”, “Thinking Of You”, “Frankie” and “Lost In Music” Now you can listen to her share her story starting from a young child to today. When Kathy hears the word “No” she thinks of what’s next and repositions herself to succeed no matter what.
Kathy Sledge is the youngest and a founding member of Sister Sledge, an American vocal group which is made up of her sisters that was formed in 1971. After achieving success beginning in the late–1970s thru the mid–1980s with Sister Sledge, Kathy embarked on her solo career in 1989. Kathy Sledge has had several hits on the International Pop and Hot Dance Music Club Play Chart, including “Take Me Back To Love Again”, which hit #1 in 1992. Now get a history lesson on how “We Are Family” does not apply to family harmony.
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19th February 2021 Groove Magazin Germany (by Jan Goldmann)
True House Stories® : New video format from Lenny Fontana
New York house DJ and producer Lenny Fontana has a proud portfolio. He has been DJing since the 80s. First in New York clubs like the legendary Studio 54, and later all over the world. As a producer, his discography includes over 140 releases.
In a career spanning more than 25 years, Fontana has made many friendships with actors from the scene. For some time now he has been cultivating these friendships in a very special way, which should especially please house fans: every few days he invites colleagues from the old days to a virtual chat. He and his guests reminisce about the 30 or so episodes that have been broadcast live on Fontana’s Facebook page.
They tell about the first parties they played at, about crazy coincidences and throw in funny anecdotes about their past as DJs. The conversations seem neither forced nor stiffened and take place in a friendly atmosphere. Big names like Louie Vega and DJ Sneak were there. Who else will follow remains to be seen.