I SEE U, Episode 19: Women of The Revolution [Encore]

Award-winning singer/songwriters, Wendy and Lisa, share candid insight into their contributions to music during their tenure with Prince and The Revolution. This episode is an encore of the October 2, 2021 broadcast.

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The legendary Prince created an iconic band known as, The Revolution. Not only did the early '80s group incorporate an energy and sound that threw off music radio programmers worldwide, but The Revolution also consisted of overwhelming talent that embraced notions of diversity and inclusion with members from different backgrounds, ethnicities, races and sexual orientations. Two band members — Wendy Melvoin and Lisa Coleman — were romantically involved with each other and had kept their relationship under wraps from the public during the band's popularity. Host Eddie Robinson chats with the Emmy winners separately as they offer up career introspection and how their strong partnership played a significant impact on Prince. I SEE U also introduces a new guest host — author and political science professor, Dr. Melanye Price. She'll be the guiding voice for a couple of months while Eddie becomes a new dad and goes on paternity break. This episode is an encore of the October 2, 2021 broadcast.


This article is part of the podcast I SEE U with Eddie Robinson

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