Sign Your Name – Terrence Trent D’Arby (1987)

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Sign Your Name – Terrence Trent D’Arby (1987)

Sign Your Name by Terrence Trent D’Arby is just one of the many great songs you’d hear on The Beat Chicago.

There’s enough stations playing rock n’ roll classics and the same 80’s songs from Bon Jovi, Journey, John Cougar, Elton John all day long and that’s all cool but, when you want something completely different?  When you want everything from Marvin Gaye, Earth, Wind & Fire, The Spinners to Stevie B, C+C Music Factory classic 80’s dance hits and more of the music that keeps you movin?  we’re it.

See, we’re all about the classics too…. Classic R&B and dance of the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, 90’s, freestyle and more.  For us, it’s not about how old a song is, it’s about how good it is and this is as good as it gets.

Taken from his “Introducing The Hardline According To Terrence Trent D’Arby” album released in 1987, the album featured great songs like “If You Let Me Stay”, “Dance Little Sister”, “Wishing Well” and this beautiful song which peaked at #4 on Billboard’s pop charts.

Terence Trent D’Arby was born Terence Trent Howard in Manhattan in 1962. His mother, Frances Howard sang gospel, she was also a teacher and a counselor. She married the Bishop James Benjamin Darby who would raise him.

In 1999, D’Arby collaborated with INXS to replace his friend, the late vocalist Michael Hutchence.

In 2001, D’Arby legally changed his name to Sananda Maitreya. He said that “Terence Trent D’Arby was dead… he watched his suffering as he died a noble death. After intense pain I meditated for a new spirit, a new will, a new identity.”

For more, visit his Facebook page when you CLICK HERE.

Source: Sal Amato, WikiPedia


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