After a nearly thirty year hiatus the “Lady Marmalade” hit making trio Labelle returned to the spotlight in 2008. Like any family reunion, there was bound to be a mix of emotions and the occasional difference of opinion. Nonetheless, Labelle singer Nona Hendryx says it was all worth it. “It was exciting, hectic and crazy…. like a family reunion,” Hendryx tells Singersroom. Taking into account the success of groups including Labelle, The Supremes, or even Destiny’s Child, it is easy to say that groups have their rough patches. Some groups are able to patch things up, while others call it quits permanantely. For Hendryx though, regrouping with her sisters ended up being a non stop party. “Insanity, love, tears and laughter,” she tells us. For more on Nona Hendryx and to watch her exclusive red carpet interview with Singersroom… Click HERE.
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