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Encyclopedia > Sarah Dash

Sarah Dash is a singer and was part of the group Labelle.b. 18th August, 1945, Trenton, New Jersey, U.S.A. LaBelle was an American disco group, melding dance music with funk and glam rock, resulting in such memorable songs as Lady Marmalade. The group was led by Patti LaBelle (born May 24, 1944), who later had a successful solo career. ...

Born in Trenton, New Jersey, Sarah Dash joined the group Labelle before signing to the Kirschner label as a solo artist in 1978.

Here her debut self titled album featured the disco anthem 'Sinner Man'.

'Ooh La La' was released in 1979.

In the mid-'80's she teamed up with Dr York for the duet 'It's Too Late', then in 1988 signed to Manhattan (via EMI) for 'You're All I Need', including a title track duet with Pattil Labelle, a duet 'Don't Make Me Wait' with Ray, Goodman & Brown, and 'To Tell You The Truth'.

Sarah toured with Keith Richards in the 1990's.

She recorded the excellent duet 'Make No Mistake' with him and she took the lead vocal on 'Time Is On My Side,' which Keith, said is the best version of that song he's ever heard.

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In her pre-teen years, Sarah turned to secular music, began performing with her schoolmates, and formed, a group called "The Del Capri's"' in which Nona Hendryx was also a member.
Sarah in silver bra, space skirts, and flowing feathers, holding the harmony with her partners, Nona and Patti La Belie effortlessly reaching high harmonies with her 4 and 1/2 octave range.
Sarah received a citation from the deputy Mayor of New York City, Ruth Messenger for her work and efforts in the community where she raised funds for home-less single women with children.
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