Sunday, May 13, 2012
At that time, they sang Top 40 music which they found boring which resulted in the group splitting up for a number of years.
In 1982, the sisters were inspired to sing together again after they attended a Pat Metheny concert. They put together a tape featuring cover versions of Pat's song and two days later, Pat invited the sisters to join him for a recording session.
Following live appearances with Pat in 1983 and in 1985, Perri signed to Zebra Records.
During that same year, Perri met Anita Baker through a fortunate meeting at a doctor's office. Anita invited them to back her concert for a week in Los Angeles and then later invited them for a year-long tour. They also appeared on Joe Zawinul's album, "The Immigrant."
They also provided the track "Prove to Me" on the soundtrack, but it didn't chart. During that same year, Perri signed to MCA Records.
While at MCA Records, Lori Perri co-wrote the song "Touch Me Up" for R&B group, Body. Since 1990, Perri hasn't released any new music, but Lori Perry continues to record as a jazz musician.
The other Perry sisters have provided vocals for artists such as Howard Hewitt, Oleta Adams, Brenda Russell, Lenny Kravitz, George Duke, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Laura Pausini, Luther Vandross, and Dakota Moon.
To see Lori Perry's website, go to:
To see a fan-made video for "No Place to Go," go to:
To see a fan-made video for "Feel So Good," go to:
To see a fan-made video for "Someone Like You," go to:
To see the music video for "It's Been You," go to: