Sheila E.

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Sheila E. is available for exclusive private events, as well as public concerts. To check pricing or to hire Sheila E., Contact Jay Siegan Presents here

notable facts

Prince's protégée
Co-founded the Elevate Hope Foundation
Elevate Oakland Foundation
Three MTV Award Nominations
Two Grammy Award Nominations
Appeared in four films
Appeared on a Beyoncé song

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the Songs

The Glamorous Life
A Love Bizarre
The Belle of St. Mark
Sister Fate
Holly Rock
Sex Cymbal
Noon Rendezvous
Hold Me
Oliver's House
Koo Koo


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about sheila e.

During the mid-'80s, Sheila E. was the biggest and brightest of Prince's protégées, unique in seeming that she could stand toe to toe with the Purple One. Certainly during his post-Revolution tours of the late '80s, Prince showcased Sheila E., the culmination of an association that began when Prince wrote and co-produced her 1984 breakthrough, "The Glamorous Life," and duetted on "A Love Bizarre," the 1985 follow-up that was her second-biggest hit. This close association often framed Sheila E.'s career entirely in terms of Prince, but she was a successful musician prior to entering his orbit, recording with George Duke and touring with Marvin Gaye, and she worked steadily afterward, touring with the likes of Ringo Starr and recording her own albums.

Co-founded by Sheila E. in 2001, the Elevate Hope Foundation provides support and resources to abused and abandoned children. Through alternative methods of therapy involving music and the arts, the Elevate Hope Foundation offers children creative and constructive ways to express their feelings, while helping them improve their self-confidence, socialization skills, and more.


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