As one half of the R&B Soul group Groove Theory (alongside Bryce Wilson), Amel Larrieux's ethereal vocals enticed audiences in the '90s.  After their debut album, Groove Theory, Larrieux set out on a solo path.  By 2000, she had signed to Epic Records and released her solo debut, Infinite, with her writing partner and husband Laru Larrieux.  Unsatisfied and feeling constricted by corporate demands, she and her husband started BlissLife Records as a home for Larrieux's music.

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SOUL TRAIN AWARDS

SUN, NOV 26 8P/7C

HOST ERYKAH BADU

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