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Their eponymous, fully digital premier contains some of their best-loved material: "To Know Him Is to Love Him," "Something Inside So Strong," "Everything Possible" and "Surfin' U.S.A." camped to perfection. A group like this only comes along once in a lifetime. Between the brilliant harmonies, general silliness, and giddy repetoire, a splendid time is guaranteed for all. The Flirtations have been thrilling audiences with their unique blend of musical artistry, politics and infectious humor since their first street corner appearance in Greenwich Village in the fall of 1988. Little could they have known that within five short years they would have appeared on The Phil Donahue Show, Good Morning America, Nightwatch, MTV News and National Public Radio; that they would have gathered rave reviews across the country; and that they would actually be making a living doing what they love most: being gay and singing about it.

Biography

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '80s, '90s

The Flirtations were one of the more active all-girl R&B groups of the mid- to late '60s, though they had to go pretty far from home to find their most lasting success. The group had started life as a quartet called the Gypsies, consisting of three sisters, Betty Pearce, Shirley Pearce, and Earnestine Pearce, along with Viola Billups, who worked for three years under that name. They changed their name to the Flirtations in 1965 -- some sources say that Betty Pearce left the lineup at this time, while...
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