Wednesday, October 18, 2006

’80s Dance Pop Stars Expose Planning To Expose Themselves Once Again

MIAMI (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Not much has been heard from the ’80s dance pop band Expose since the big-haired ’80s but the original members of the group that sang hits like “Point Of No Return” and “Seasons Change” are planning to expose themselves to a new generation of fans.

This Saturday (Oct. 21), Expose singers Jeanette Jurado, Ann Curless and Gioia Bruno will be reuniting on stage in Miami for what they hope is the start of the next stage of their career.

It’s a long time coming for Bruno, who suffered a longterm throat injury six years ago and feared she’d never sing again.

During that time, she taught at a performing arts school and concentrated on songwriting, something she hopes to continue with the new Expose.

But while Expose will sing the hits that made them famous, don’t expect them to look the same. Bruno says the group members have tamed their trademark spiky tresses for more natural-looking ’dos.

Still, she admits, “hair is a funny thing. It does what it wants to do.”

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